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4B Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter LAW ORDER SHERIFF'S moving a phone line and bat- transferred to PDH. PDH and BLOTTER tery against a former spouse. Quincy Fire were paged. One person was arrested on a Sunday, Sept. 12 Arrests charge of driving with a sus- Bleeding: In Quincy, a male Chester" pended driving privilege, requested an ambulance for One person was arrested on himself as he was vomiting charges of DUI and resisting Two people were arrested inblood. The call was trans- an officer, the same incident on allega- ferred to PDH. PDH and Quin- Chilcoot tions of violating probation, cy Fire were paged and re- One person was arrested on a One of them was also arrested sponded. DUI charge, on allegations of having two outstanding warrants. Monday, Sept. 13 Cromberg Unknown Malady: In Quincy, a One person was arrested on Two people were arrested oncaller requested a welfare an intoxication charge, charges of being under the in- check on a woman, as she fluence of a corLtrolled sub- hadn't answered her door all Greenville stance. One of them was also day. Deputies made entry and Two people were arrested on arrested on an allegation of vi- requested an ambulance be dis- DUI charges, elating probation, patched. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged and responded. One person was arrested on One person was arrested on a charge of possessing stolen charge of being under the in- property and being a regis- fluence of a controlled sub- tered drug offender in posses- stance and an allegation of vi- sion of a firearm, along with elating probation. an allegation of violating pro- bation. Portola One person was arrested on a charge of possessing a con- trolled substance. One person was arrested on a charge of possessing stolen property. Fire Friday, Sept. 10 Bedroom: On the Lake A1- manor peninsula, a caller re- ported there was a fire in his bedroom. The caller believed he had the fire out but wanted the fire department to re- spond. The call was trans- ferred to SIFC. One person was arrested on a charge of intoxication and an allegation of violating proba- tion. One person was arrested on a charge of being under the in- fluence Of a controlled sub- stance. Medical Friday, Sept. 10 Cardiac: Near Lake Almanor, someone reported a female with chest pains. A sergeant advised Peninsula Fire was transporting the patient. One person was arrested on a charge of being under the in- fluence of a controlled sub- stance. Airway: In Portola, someone Quincy reported a male with difficulty One person was arrested on breathing. The call was trans- charges of possessing a con- ferred to EPDH and Portola trolled substance and being Fire was paged and responded. under the influence of a con- trolled substance. Saturday, Sept. 11 Equestrian Accident: In Greenville, a caller reported a female v~ith a possible head injury who fell off her horse on an endurance ride between Greenville Saddle and Walker One person was arrested on an Lake. IV Fire was paged. CHP intoxication charge and an al- advised the person was-OK legation of violating probation, and all units could cancel. One person was arrested on a Disoriented: In Portola, some- DUI charge, one reported a male who was Two people were arrested in dizzy and disoriented. The call the same incident on charges was transferred to EPHC and of intoxication and allegations Beckwourth Fire was paged. of violating probation. Airway: In Quincy, a caller re- One person was arrested ported he was having difficul- on charges of maliciously re- ty breathing. The call was 25 years experience with SocialSecurity D]sabllity and SSI cases at all leveis oi appeal NO FEE UNLESS YOU ARE AWARDED BENEFITS DISABILITY (775) 825-1616 - 1-877-832-8757 se habla espafiol DISABILITY. ASSOCIATE J Airway: In Portola, a caller re- quested an ambulance for a baby that wasn't breathing. The call was transferred. The baby was making noise in the background and the mother confirmed it was breathing. The caller advised she was within walking distance of the hospital and would bring the baby over. Tuesday, Sept. 14 Unresponsive: On the Lake A1- manor peninsula, a caller re- quested assistance with her husband who wasn't respond- ing verbally and she needed to get him to the hospital. The call was transferred to SIFC. Unknown Malady: In Greenville. a caller requested an ambulance. The call was transferred to SLEMS and In- dian Valley Fire was paged. Wednesday, Sept. 15 Pain: In Quincy, a caller re- quested an ambulance for pain. The call was transferred to PDH. Fire and an ambu- lance were paged. Cardiac: In Greenville, a caller requested fire be paged for an elderly female'with chest pains. Indian Valley Fire was paged: Unknown Malady: In Quincy, a caller requested an ambu- lance for a female with severe stomach and chest pains. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged. Medication: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for a female with an issue with her medication. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Indian Valley Fire was paged. Equestrian Accident: In Greenville, someone request- ed fire be paged for a horse- riding accident walk-in at SLEMS. Indian Valley Fire was paged. Thursday, Sept. 16 Equestrian Accident: In Ked- die, someone reported a fe- male fell off a horse in the botanicals area of Butterfly Valley Road, a quarter mile past where the pavement ends. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged. Miscellaneous Friday, Sept. 10 ...but the Third Warning Shot was Just Right: In Quincy, someone reported hearing three shots fired behind the In- dian Cemetery on the west end of Chandler Road. Information was given to the CHP to check the area. Dispatch received a call 10 minutes later from a man who advised there was a/ bear trying to get into his house so he fired off three warning shots to scare it off. The man was given the FAG number since this is an ongo- ing problem. CHP was advised. More Interspecies Conflict: In Greenville, a caller reported a neighborhood dog came on their property and killed their goat. The caller was requesting contact. A deputy advised the caller was referred to animal control and information was put on file. AC advised they would handle the situation. Sunday, Sept. 12 Worst Possible Way to Die? In Quincy, a caller reported two hound dogs just killed a large buck by drowning it in one of the sewer ponds. The caller said the dogs have been loose in the area for a few days. In- formation was given to the Quincy Community Service District. A deputy advised lo- cating the deer but could not locate any dogs. QCSD was handling the deer. Informa- tion v~as given to animal con- trol about possible dogs at large in the area. Monday, Sept. 13 Bullish Bear: In Quincy, a caller reported an on- going problem with a bear. The caller reported it was Dr. Larry Holcomb, Ed. D. MFT linical OSlS for Stress Management Smoking-Weight Loss - Regression (530) 284-7491 By Appointment Only Mem ber American Society of Clinical Hypnosis becoming more aggressive. He said the bear charged him the night before. The caller also said he had been in touch with FAG and they had not respond- ed or had a warden contact him. Information was given to FAG dispatch, which advised they would make sure some- one contacted the reporter. avoid a collision by passing Thomsen, but couldn't do so safely. Carpenter's motorcycle collided with the left rear of Thomsen's vehicle causing Carpenter to be ejected from the motorcycle. Carpenter was transported by Mountain Life Flight to Renown Medical Center in Reno. Thomsen was uninjured. The collision is still under investigation although alcohol is not believed to have been a factor in the accident. Tuesday, Sept. 14 Cat Fight:In Portola, a caller reported a fight between two females. A. deputy reported it was a fight over a cat and everything was resolved. More motorcycle, Sept. 10 Tort Willits, 46, of Tay- Wednesday, Sept. 15 lorsville was turning off Main Now that They're Traveling in Street and Thompson Street in Packs, Tools and Agriculture Taylorsville in a 2001 Ford Can't be Far Behind: In Porto- Ranger. Jason Colbert, 36, of la, a caller reported she was Susanville, was riding a 2006 trying to go to the laundry Harley Davidson behind area in her apartment corn- Willits' vehicle. plex when four bears chased Colbert allegedly did not re- her up the stairs. Eight min- alize Willits was turning and utes later a deputy advised the ran into the left rear of Willits' bears had been scared off.Ford Ranger. There were no Thursday, Sept. 16 injuries. Any Moment can be Teach- Collision, Sept. 13 able: In Chester, a caller re- Stephen Glotfelty, 47, of ported a woman flipped her Off Sparks, Nev., was parked in while driving with a car full of the westbound lane of SR-70, children. The caller requested west of US-395 in a 2004 Nissan - the information on file.pickup truck towing a two- axle utility trailer. John CHP I:UEiPORT White, 37, of Paradise was stopped behind Glotfelty in a You turn, Sept. 10 UPS package truck in the Kenneth Mickey, 44, of westbound lane. CHPreported Reno, Nev. was attempting to a construction zone was estab- make a U-turn east of Chan- lished and one-lane traffic dler Road on SR-70 in a 1999 control was in effect. Chevrolet Tahoe. " Eric Ward, 37, of Reno, Nev. According to CHP, Mickey was traveling westbound on allegedly did not see David SR-70 in a 2006 Ford pickup Stegen, 66, of Washoe Valley, truck and allegedly failed to Nev. traveling eastbound on observe a series of posted SR-70. warning signs for the ap- Stegen collided with Mick-preaching construction zone. ey's Tahoe causing the Tahoe Ward did not adjust his to tip on its side and airbags speed accordingly and ob- on both vehicles to deploy, served the UPS truck stopped Both Mickey and Stegen re-in the westbound lane. ceived minor injuries. Ward attempted to slow and Stegen was taken to Plumasbegan to steer right to avoid District Hospital and Mickey hitting stopped traffic. The received treatment on scene, front of Ward's vehicle hit the rear of the UPS truck, Which Collision, Sept. 10 rotated counterclockwise. RobertThomsen, 56, of Reno, Glotfelty began to move for- Nev., was driving a 1985 Ford ward to createspace when the F-250 northbound on US-395 at right side Of 4he UPS truck a speed of 65 mph, approaching struck Gloffelty's,trailer. the Shoe Tree. Ritchie Carpen- Ward continued off the ter, 46, of Herlong was riding a roadway and down an em- 2010 Harley Davidson motorcy- bankment into an open field. cle northbound on US-395 at a White and his UPS truck came speed of 65 mph, directly be- to rest partially down an era- hind Thomsen. bankment south of SR-70 and Thomsen began to signal toGloffelty's truck came to rest exit the road at the Shoe Tree in the westbound lane. and applied his brakes to exit Ward was flown to Renown the roadway. CHP determined Medical Center for major in- Carpenter allegedly failed to juries. 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