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lulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2001 7B ;ssive, ~forrnation that appears in this olumn is compiled from the 'lurnas County Sheriffs Depart. lent's activity log and, in some gses, the county correctional cen- t's booking log. The newspaper not report suspects' names in s for public intoxication or (unless accompa- by a more serious charge, such as probation violation or a ARRESTS felony). The fact that someone has Sunday, Sept. 30 been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The Assault: Herschel H. Hedrick, case may never appear in court if 61, of Quinc~, was arrested on the district attorney determines an allegation of assault with a there is insufficient evidence to deadly weapon. prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is re- Battery: Kierstein L. Weik, leased without bail. The newspa- 22, of Chester, was arrested on per attempts to list the age of sus- pects whenever they are provided an allegation of disobeying a by the sheriff's department, peace officer, resisting arrest, battering a peace officer, van- dalizing a police vehicle and on an allegation of violating lating probation and resisting public intoxication, probation, arrest. Tuesday, Sept. 25 S~turday, Sept. 29 Assault: Virginia M. Gentry- Violation: Nila M. Adame, 19, Assault: Tonya Easley, 23, of Baker-Neill, 54, of Caribou, of Greenville, was arrested on Westwood, was arrested on an was arrested on an allegation an allegation of violating pro- allegation of assault with a of assault with a deadly bation. deadly weapon, weapon. Thursday, Sept. 27 Violation: Martin F. Warren, 36, of Quincy, was arrested Monday, Sept. 24 Battery: Jarold D. Hovland, Burglary: Kathleen McGlynn, 21, of Greenville, was arrested 37, of Greenville, was arrested on allegations of battery, rio- on an allegation of burglary. ty or fault. In addition, the re- porting CliP agency deter- poky mines whether injuries in the that appears in accident are characterized as column is compiled from minor, moderate, major or fa- te California Highway Patrol ~tivity logs in Quincy and, in !me cases, Susanville. The that someone has been in- in an automobile acci- ~t does not constitute liabili- SIDENTI$=.._._~_ tal. Highway 70, of Crystal Spd,q TraU Park Moderate and minor in- juries were reported when two people were involved in a curve, he allowed the motor- single-motorcycle incident cycle to drift off the right side Sunday, Sept. 30, at 4:35 p.m. of the :roadway onto the gray- Terry Martin, 47, of Dun- el shoulder. smuir, was driving a 2002 The bike skidded on the Harley Davidson westbound gravel surface, causing Mar- on Highway 70 east of the tin to lose control of the bike. Crystal Springs Trailer Park It then continued off the road- at an unknown speed, way, striking a rock embank- may be dismissed or the jail. charges may be amended. In some cases, plea bargaining 34) days |TTf~e following cases indicate also is permitted by the court Kara Schroeder, of Quincy, w x~,ibrocessing by the Plumesand the district attorney. The pled no contest last week in - ~unty Superior Court .Theheadlines that accompany Plumas County Superior rest :.. =n.T'~ ~orrnation is ootazned each case should not be con- Court to an allegation of mis- ~'~o~ough the court and the dis- strued as a statement about a use of a credit card. Judge Ira a-aoo~ct attorney's office. The defendant's guiltor innocence; R. Kaufman ordered the DCj~s ites printed reflect time of rather, the headlines are in- woman to serve 30 days in ~cessing, although the inci- tended as short descriptions of jail. ~rzt in question may have oc- the type of case in question. ui= fred years earlier. The fact 30 days 6 days Sean Cash, of Quincy, pled As he entered a sharp left ment. Martin and his passenger, Tammy Heinzle, 37, also of Dunsmuir, were thrown from the motorcycle. Martin was airlifted to En- loe Hospital in Chico for his minor injuries. Heinzle was t"ansported to Plumes Dis- trict Hospital in Quincy for treatment of moderate in- juries. nt someone has been ~rged with a crime and is Patricia Cash, of Quincy, em~H~ng.processedfor it does not pied no contest last week in ~m~st.~tute guilt under the Call. Plumes County Superior ~ma court system. If the dis. Court to an allegation of mis- ~A_ I.,r_.t attorney determines there use of a credit card. Judge Ira ~, ~:nsufficient evidence to con- R. Kaufman ordered the iue prosecuting the case, it woman to serve 30 days in no contest last week in Plumes County Superior Court to an allegation of mis- demeanor possession of stolen property. Judge Ira R. Kauf- man ordered the man to serve six days in jail. I :he Plumes County Arts ,n welcomes the fall season with for the annual Moun- Harvest Festival to be Jd Saturday,Oct. 13, in A MlUtncy on the county court- l rUlii1 se lawn. ['his is a great community nt With something for "or ] ryone--all ages, all inter- ,6:::~ i" It's a flurry of activity on courthouse lawn from 11 .-4 P.m. And the court- ~se is always alive with on a crisp aridbright _j~he annual event includes stume parade for kids (of ages), carved pumpkin troni est, activities for chil- .... ~Jn, arts and crafts booths """Y h . ore. .Year, the coordinating ~mlttee is encouraging ~icipation from local pro- growers--or any one I ,,,"'th an abundant garden-- jed on the interest and suc- ks of the summer )35 Xkets. farmer's great prizes for this contest, so we would like to see many entries. There will be a family per- formance by The Banana Slug String Band at noon on the courthouse lawn. This award-winning group is com- posed of educators who are al- so musicians. They use a combination of theater, music, and puppetry to teach about ecology and science while the audience sings along. "They are a very clever, popular and delightful presentation," comments Roxanne Valladao from the Plumes County Arts Commis- sion (PCAC). "Teachers have requested the group for years. This year we were lucky enough to make that happen. "Members from the band will be visiting the schools for assembly and family pro- grams on Oct. 11-12. Then the entire band will assemble---in full regalia--for the Saturday concert at the courthouse." "We are still pulling togeth- er some of the final details," addsValladao." The wine tast- ing will be changing hands from the League of Women Voters to the arts commis- Mon. We couldn't let it go be- cause so many people enjoy it and it is such a lovely aspect of this day-long festival." "In hopes of getting the whole town together in the spirit of the event, we are inviting merchants to dress m, Ou~he Sweet and Savory ~king Contest is being co- mm~.inated once again by 0Sp|I ..e Bunch. Entrants must " ~vide 35 samples of their leedleshemade food item and a thread ~Y of the recipes for judg- Bags Ion the 13th. Belts ~ples or pumpkin m,,~* Jvtions~r gredmnt and an entry ~cation must be complet. rior to entry. Local mer- , I ts have been very gener. 77 sabout donating some l will find lots of activi- kids of all ages this at the Harvest Festival Oct. 13 in Quin- their storefronts in a harvest theme for the annual Scare- crow Contest and will pro- vide an opportunity for the public to judge the winners in a People's Choice judging at the courthouse on the day of the event." Participating merchants are asked to complete an en- try form with the PCAC to be certain that they are included in the judging. "The committee is also very pleased to be getting such an interested response from local restaurants for the Taste of Quincy. More restau- rants are participating than in any of the years that we have been coordinating the event. "We know how much effort it takes to bring a booth to the courthouse between the breakfast and dinner rushes. The tasting is a significant part of the Harvest Festival and we really appreciate the restaurant participation," concluded Valladao. The Quincy High School Ski Swap will be held at the event as well, going on from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The coordinating commit- tee is still seeking applica- tions for the arts and crafts and produce vendors. For booth applications or more information, please contact the Plumes County Arts Com- mission at 283-3402 or . will be judged in the following age categories: 1-3; 4-6; 7-9; 10-12; and 13-adult. Please register with the Plumas County Arts Commis- sion, 283-3402, before the day of the event ff you would like to enter a carved pumpkin and/or participate in the cos- tume parade. At noon, the Banana Slug I music, theater, puppetry and audience participation to cre- ate a fun-filled experience. This "outdoor educational" group is sure to keep your family entertained. Check out their Web site for more infor- mation on the band at . From 1-4 p.m., children can can enter their Pumpkins this year a.m. on the day event. Prizes will be for spookiest, silliest original carved String Band will be making make Halloween masks and up in your favorite an appearance with voices, candy bags and bob for ap- costume at 10:30 guitars, mandolin, bass, her. pies. in the cos- monica, banjo and percussion So come and enjoy the fun Prizes will be in the songs ranging fromat this year's Harvest Festi- en out for Costumes that vs W creativity rocking' boogies to sensitive vaL rs mpkins an PAl " d costumes ballads, from folk songs to reggae and rap. They blend " " " lately, all Fore, st Supervisor Mark this period, Woodcutting restric- "--~ ~t(~t~l~i',=~n*h mUmas National Madrid. The ban on dooryard burn- The exceptions are recent ing (burn barrels and debris land)have been fire areas, which continue to piles) ordered by the Calffor- Campfires . ve , off high- be closed to all use until fur- nia Department of Forestry ~r~. hlcles, and internal ther notice. Also, an area, and Fire Protection (CDF) re- tie .uStion engine use are road and trail closure is in ef- mains in effect. ]SSible. : w Personal use ]~"~O~lcm'~^'''-ng will be el- fect in the Diamond Moun- For more information con- zones on the lain/Wildcat Ridge area (Zone tact your local CDF, U~S. For- :: forest, with X-e d er hunt ) 21. est Service USFS) or Bureau Vehicles are not allowed on- of Land Management (BLM) . ~ cepttons, according to or off.road in this area during office. Hiipnwy 70, Plemas Av mo and Bradl Str mt in Qulecy No injuries were reported when two vehicles were in- volved in an incident Thurs- day, Sept. 27, at 4:45 p.m. volved in an accident Thurs- Dennis Lindell, 41, of day, Sept. 27, at5:40p.m. Greenville, was drivinga 1989 Charles Sherman, 54, of Ford pickup. He was stopped Beverly Hills, was driving in the southbound direction north on Highway 395 in a on Plumas Avenue at 2002 Toyota Corolla when he Lawrence Street, waiting to came upon two other vehicles proceed onto Bradley Street. that were stopped for a vehi- Bryce Rhodes, 24, of Reno, cle turning off Highway 395 was driving a 1995 Ford pick- onto a private driveway. up. He looked to his right to Sherman failed to recognize check for traffic, the hazard until it was too Lindell proceeded across late. Lawrence Street and shortly He braked but couldn't thereafter Rhodes looked avoid striking the 1983 Toyota ahead and started to make his driven by Emily Luicson of left turn. He drove right into Reno. the path of Lindell's pickup. Her vehicle then struck a Both drivers were unable to 1998 Honda Civic driven by avoid a collision and the vehi- Sarah Luicson, 21, of Su- cles collided on Lawrence sanville. Street. The driver of the second ve- hicle complained of pain in Highway 3~5, two miles her neck. north of Highway 70 Three vehicles were in- n lUUIOIII II/ #q., I~10~!. '96 DODGE iS00 CLUB CAB Wld , 4x4,o o., Y-S, crui , P/W/L, P/S, /Fa '00 FORD F.O.oIrlrouR ., FWD, A/C, lilt, cn~., P/W/L, p/S, m~, #145113 '99 GMC BOO CREW CAB Wtdo, 4x4, ou~, V4, ~C, i, a~i~, f/W/t~ P/S, CO, ~$/FM m~, 10w I~, I~, g074149 .............. '9S CHEVY '00 FORD TAURUll ~1, ~, v.~,..m~, ~c, i, m,, ~/w/t, ~/s, 2900, wl , 4 4, V-S, 1/{, P/w/L r/S, I 1., I lw, #3S m ............... '96 PORD POIID 1 4NNrr #ira. ~10 .o~o.,~,,.,o,,o...o.oo,. oo .... o.o,o,o '91 JEEP 4.o, 6 ~, ,/~, 4~, $ qmd, ffs, ~Vm c~,.,11~.~31.... 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