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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018 5B LAW and ORDER CHP REPORT The following incidents are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentative summary pending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Deer vs. Honda, Sept. 12 Jacob Taulbee, 27, of Vacaville, and a passenger were traveling southbound on Highway 89, south of Calpine Summit, in a 2018 Honda Accord at a stated speed of 50 to 55 mph. A deer entered the roadway from the west directly into the path of the vehicle. Taulbee was unable to avoid a collision. The front of the :Honda struck the deer. : The driver was able to safely slow the Honda on the east shoulder of the highway. The deer entered the wooded .area east of the road. No :injuries were reported. Overturned fuel tanker, Sept. 14 At about 8:15 a.m Tipton Moser, 61, of Reno, was driving his 2017 Peterbilt fuel tanker truck and tank trailer westbound on Highway 70, He was in the curve prior to Spanish Creek Bridge, in excess of 40 mph. The truck and trailer were both fully loaded with gasoline and diesel fuel. According to the CHP report, the driver lost control of the vehicle due to speed. As Moser exited a curve, the rear trailer tipped over, pulling over the truck tanker. The truck and trailer slid sideways across both lanes of the highway and collided into the metal guardrafl at the end of the Spanish Creek Bridge and dirt embankment. This impact caused the vehicle to roll over and rupture both fuel tanks. As a result of the hazardous materials spill, the entire highway was closed for an extended period of time. The driver had been wearing his seat belt and was treated for minor injuries at PDH in Quincy. Motorcycle accident, Sept. 16 Everet Pio, 27, was riding his 2007 Triumph motorcycle eastbound on Bucks Lake Road. The driver's place of residence is unknown. It was about noon. He was approximately I mile east of 4 Trees Road. His rate of speed was about 40 mph, per a witness at the scene. The witness stated that Pio was riding around a sharp right curve when he applied his rear brake and locked up the rear tire. As a result, the This fuel tanker blocks Highway 70 just east of the Spanish Creek Bridge near Quincy on Friday, Sept. 14. Traffic was diverted at the Greenville Wye and Keddie, causing local residents and visitors to find alternate routes to their destinations. The closure lasted from 8:15 a.m. until late in the evening. The driver received minor injuries. More details are included in the adjacent CHP report. Photo courtesy of the California Highway Patrol driver was unable to safely onto its right side. large cut long on the Center in Chico prior to CHP negotiate the curve. The Pio became separated from shoulder, arrival on the scene. vehicle veered left across the motorcycle. The rider suffered The collision is still under both lanes of the road and The vehicle slid northeastmoderate injuries and was investigation. Neither drugs onto the north dirt shoulder, on the dirt shoulder and flown by Enloe Flightcare nor alcohol are believed to be The motorcycle overturned collided with the end of ahelicopter to Enloe Medical factors in the accident. BLOTTER, from page 3B sergeant reported a $70 loss. Placard stolen In Las Vegas, a caller reported that someone stole her handicap placard and registration while she was in that city. She didn't know when it occurred. A deputy spoke to her. She said her car broke down when she was there two weeks ago and it must have occurred then. The deputy told her to report it to Las Vegas authorities. Missing child In Quincy, someone ~it the : elementary school 'reported that a student was missing. The information was given to deputies to be on the lookout for him. He was located. Really reckless Westbound on Highway 70 near Butterfly Valley, a caller reported that a driver wearing a baseball cap and with a ponytail, passed on the right hand shoulder at a high rate of speed. The information was transferred to CHP. Suspicious passenger In Quincy, a caller reported giving someone a ride. The passenger seemed to have taken the SIM card from his phone and put in a different one. A deputy attempted to contact the caller and left a message. Suspicious man reported In Chester, a caller reported that a man was walking around some apartments. He was knocking on doors and attempting to open them. A deputy was unable to locate the suspect. He did talk to someone who gave a possible name. Equipment fire reported In Quincy, a caller reported that a pi6ce of equipment was on fire at the mill. Quincy Fire responded. The fire was extinguished by a mill employee. Going to school wasn't able to locate the drone, reported seeing a reflection of a reported that her child was In Portola, a caller reported fire in the lake. The caller being threatened. A deputy that a juvenile was threatening Fall victim rescued thought it was a bonfire. The reported that someone was to harm her. The parties were A haft-mile from Highway 70 information was transferred to harassing a child by trying to separated. A deputy spoke to the at the Rock Creek Dam Bridge SIFC. A second caller reported pay a juvenile to fight that reporting party who.was going in the Feather River Canyon. A seeing a fire on Highway 89 child. Everyone was counseled to school the following day. caller reported that a woman about a half-mile from the Lake and the proper temporary fell about 15 feet from the Almanor West entrance. The restraining order information Unhappy person bridge. She was now out of the caller thought three people were was provided. In Quincy, a caller said that a water and on shore. It wasaround it. SIFC said it was a man threatened to burn his about a half-mile hike to where cooking fire. Almost attacked house down and kill his dog. she was located. A person In Portola, a caller reported would be waiting in a car to Thursday, Sept. 6 that he was standing in the Sunday, Sept. 9 show rescuers where to find Theft reported doorway to his house when a Hazard reported her. She had a head injury. Two In Canyon Dam, a caller large dog almost attacked him. On Little Bear Road near engines and a battalion chief reported that items were stolen The dog then ran off. A deputy Blairsden, it was reported that a were enroute from CalFire.from a storage unit at a said the information was on file. tree fell against the power lines CHP was getting a helicopter construction site. He wasn't over the road. The call was and it was on standby. Butte sure what was missing, but Juveniles fighting transferred to CHP. CHP County CalFire got a unit on thought l~olgwere gone.- In Chester, CHP transferred": reported that it involved cables scene andcaUed for a medical ' information tha't :two femal~ ii~,')! and the phone lines only and not helicopters: It was to land at On the fence juveniles and two male : " a hazard for cars in the area. It Rodgers Flat. The CHP In Crescent Mills, a caller juveniles were fighting. A would however be a problem for helicopter was sent to Rock reported that a deer was caught deputy reported that two of the big rigs. CHP requested that the Creek Dam area. Quincy Fire in her fence. The information juveniles were cited for causing county road department send and others also responded. The was transferred to fish and disturbances. someone with a chainsaw to cut victim was flown to Enloe wildlife. A sergeant was also down the tree. The base of the hospital in Chico. notified. When the sergeant Fight reported tree was described as being a arrived the deer was no longer In Portola, deputies make foot-and-a-half wide. Disturbing request on scene. It was unknown if it arrests after an assault. A caller In the Blairsden area, a caller was injured, reported the fight and a Bike missing reported that his grade disturbance with about six men In Quincy, a caller reported school-aged daughter received a Not again! and women. that her bike was missing. She text from someone requesting In Chilcoot, a caller reported leaned it up against the back of a nude photos of her. The that someone broke into her Playground problems truck and it drove away. The information was sent to the cabin again. In Greenville, a caller at the bike is blue and purple, district attorney. A deputy school requested medical help reported~that it involved an In the roadway for a child with his fingers Saturday, Sept. 8 unknown suspect. In the Lake Almanor area, a stuck in a table. The call was Fire reported caller reported receiving a transferred to the ambulance, At the Indian Falls swimming Friday, Sept. 7 report to the substation that a Crescent Mills Fire and Indian hole, a caller reported seeing a Mighty mites boulder was in the roadway. Valley Fire. A sergeant assisted. campfire. The information was In Portola, a caller requested The information was passed along to USFS. an ambulance for himself transferred to CHP and the road Wednesday, Sept. 5 because he had a bad case of department. Calf killed scabies. The information was Near Greenville, a caller transferred to EPHC and asked to speak to someone from Eastern Plumas Fire. fish and wildlife. He said his calf was attacked and killed Reported stolen In Chester, a man reported that he thought someone might have stolen his truck. He then rode his bike around and learned that he was just confused about things. He said he would ride his bike home. He said that he didn't need medical or a deputy. Unsafe drone in Portola, a caller reported that a drone was flying over his property in an unsafe manner. He asked that a deputy check it out. A deputy Bad driver reported In Chilcoot, CHP requested law enforcement be on the lookout for an older vehicle. The driver was said to be passing over the double yellow lines and on the right. No one was able to locate the vehicle. By firelight At Gooseneck Bay Campground on the West Shore of Lake Almanor, a caller Paying for a fight In Portola, a caller asked to speak to a deputy. The caller during the night. He was provided with contact information for fish and wildlife. Tortoise stolen In Beckwourth, a caller reported that someone stole a desert tortoise. A deputy spoke to the caller who explained that the tortoise got out and the individual saw someone in a vehicle stop, get out and then back in. The caller wasn't sure if that person took the tortoise or not. Suspicious camper In Quincy, a businessperson ~iJOrTerd' ffihl, gOth~t/e was gl~eDiil~ fn"a'~ckand~car. ' That person was a~t,~ng suspicious in the parking lot. The caller said they had problems with the individual coming into the store. A deputy contacted a woman who agreed to move on. Child gets choked In Portola at the skate park, a deputy received a reported concerning an assault. A woman reported that her pre-teenaged son was choked at the park by someone they didn't know. She said she confronted the person who then left. The individual was described as an older juvenile or young adult. No medical was necessary. A deputy contacted several people in the park and no one knew who the person was. Children's protective services and victim witness were notified. The report was also sent to the district attorney. q - ~ LL I II II Gall today for a fall maintenance and when the cold is here you'll be Serving Susanville, Westwood, Chester, Lake A/manor, Quincy,3 Porto!a and surrounding areas since 2006 just give this ad to your technician at the time of service t