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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 3B LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of the week's activity from Sept. 18 to Sept. 24. It was reported that two people were arrested. One man was charged with being intoxicated and giving false representation to a peace office. The second man was charged with giving false representation to a peace officer. A caller reported that someone stole his vehicle. He said that his brother woke him and told him about it. The caller refused to provide a name but provided an address. He requested that a deputy return so that he could confess. BY THE NUMBERS 41 requests for medical assistance 38 reports of a suspicious nature 28 calls reported to 911 20 CHP reports 17 civil calls reported 15 arrests reported 13 probation reports 13 animal control reports 13 reports involving fire 11 extra patrol checks 10 reports involving juveniles 10 alarms reported 9 reports of harassment 7 thefts reported 7 reports involving drugs 7 welfare checks requested 5 reports of trespassing 5 reports of assisting other agencies 5 reports of vandalism 5 requests for assistance 4 reports involving intoxication 4 calls involving mental health 3 domestic violence reports 3 traffm-related reports 3 reports involving fish and wildlife 3 sex-related crimes reported 3 calls involving weapons 3 deaths reported CHP reported the arrest of a woman charged with intoxication and the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence and reckless evading of a peace officer. Going westbound out of Portola, it was reported that the driver of a motorcycle failed to yield. CHP was in pursuit and then called it Off. Quincy A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation. It was reported that a man was arrested at the jail and charged with having or using drugs. Probation reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation and being under the influence of a controlled substance. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with probation violation and being under the influence of a controlled substance. ARRESTS Beckwourth CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence, having a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher, battery on a peace officer and willfully threatening to commit a crime that would result in death or great bodily injury of another person. Probation reported the arrest ' of a man charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, violating probation, possession of drug paraphernalia and knowingly bringing a controlled substance into the jail. Probation reported the arrest of a man charged with violating Chester probation. A d~puty reporte~ th~e~es~ of~ MISCELLANEOUS : " a fi~an charged wi~ 6e~g tmcier the influence of a controlled Monday, Sept. 24 substance. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation and being under the influence of drugs. A caller reported that the child's father was holding his girlfriend's child hostage although both parents have joint custody. Dispatch requested to speak to the child's mother who said the father wasn't answering the door. One of the individuals was hard to understand and no one wanted a deputy to do a welfare check. The mother didn't think the child was being held hostage and said her boyfriend shouldn't have called. The information was given to a deputy. the name of others involved. Someone's in the house In Chester, a caller reported that a man was in her house and she was concerned for her own safety. She didn't know the name of the man, but she said they were friends. She said she was currently taking her dog for a walk and wanted to talk with a deputy. Dispatch thought the caller sounded confused. When the caller got home she said she needed medical attention. The information was transferred to SIFC. The woman admitted that she had been drinking and was taking medication. She added that the man was still inside her house. A deputy asked her to call back when she was sober. Fraud reported In Quincy, a caller asked to speak to a deputy. The individual said he received a call from a Middle Eastern-sounding person who claimed to be from Social Security. No monies were lost. Suspicious stuff In Greenville, a caller reported seeing junk, trash and abandoned vehicles on a piece of property behind county housing. A deputy was requested to check on the things. It was reported that the things belong to a man who works for county housing and that he had permission to keep the stuff there. Suspicious report In Quincy, a caller reported that her house had been broken into several times during the week. A deputy spoke to the individual and said that no thefts occurred. Bangs heard In Quincy, a caller reported that someone in a vehicle picked up a person and then drove off. Right after the person sped off, the caller heard two gunshots. Another person might have also heard them. It was thought the shots were fired in the direction of the horses at Feather River College. The caller thought he saw a gun. The information was transferred to CHP. It was learned that no gunshots occurred, that the car backfires. Juveniles trying to fight In Chester, it was reported that 10 juveniles were threatening to jump a girl who was at school. The juveniles were seen running toward the high school. A deputy reported that multiple juveniles were counseled and the school would handle the incident. Juvenile misbehaving In Quincy, a caller requested a deputy for a juvenile who was throwing and breaking things in the backyard. The caller said the juvenile pushed her and knocked her down. A deputy spol~e to everyone. Thejhvenil vas counseled at the mother's request. Human bones? At Lake Delahunty near La Porte near the Pilot Peak Campground off of Johnsville-McCrae Road, someone wanted to discuss possibly locating human bones. It was reported that the bones were not human. Harassment reported In Portola, a deputy reported that one person was going to go onto the school grounds to beat up a juvenile.The reporting party asked the deputy to counsel the suspect. The deputy provided the proper temporary restraining Assault reported order instructions. The deputy Portola In Portola, someone requested spoke to the man who agreed to Parole reported the arrest of a medical help for someone who keep the peace. man charged with being under was assaulted. Eastern Plumas the influence of a controlled Health Care responded and Treats reported substance and violating parole, transported the man to theIn Chester, a caller reported hospital. He refused to provide that a person was threatening her Leaves are fallin8 and temperatures too. Heater not heatins? Toes turnin8 blue? Call ACC, we'll fix it in a blink, and your little pis$ies will be back in the pink! Serving Susanville, Westwood, Chester, Lake A/manor, Quincy, Portola areas since 2006 daughter and herself at the high school. A deputy reported that it was a mutual disturbance among juveniles. Unsafe recreation In Portola, it was reported that juveniles were riding skateboards into traffm on Highway 70 east of town. They were wearing dark clothing. The information was transferred to CHP to assist a deputy. The deputy reported that the juveniles were gone. Bullying at school In the Lake Almanor area, a caller requested contact from a deputy regarding her son being bullied at school. Sunday, Sept. 23 Horse attacked On Bucks Lake Road in Quincy, a caller said he was responding to an incident where a horse was attacked by an unknown animal. The horse had to be shot. Illegal burn reported In Portola, a deputy was contacted at the substation by someone who reported an illegal burn pile. The deputy contacted the fine chief who in turn sent someone over to extinguish the fine. It turned out that someone was barbecuing. Ground on fire In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that smoke was seen coming out of the ground. The information was transferred to the USFS. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fn'e departments were paged. Playing chicken In Portola, a caller reported that two juveniles who were riding bikes were purposely pulling in front of cars. A deputy counseled the juveniles about traffm laws. that her backyard smelled like chemicals. When her dog Went outside it came back in foaming at the mouth. The call was transferred to SIFC. Beware of dishwashers In Greenville, medical aid was requested for a woman ~vho cut her leg on the dishwasher. PHI and Indian Valley Fire responded. Dog attack reported In Portola, a caller reported that a neighbor's dog attacked her mother and her dog. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to animal control. Angry person In Graeagle, a caller reported that a man was disrupting a meeting at the Graeagle Fire Department. Some misbehaving In Quincy, a caller reported that a man threw a basketball and rocks at her vehicle. Everyone was separated. The subject was counseled. Vandalism reported In Greenville, a caller rePorted that someone vandalized the dump last week. A deputy contacted the reporting party who requested that a trespass warning be given to the man he believed was responsible. At first the deputy couldn't find the individual, but then gave him a trespass warning. Unattended campfire At Snake Lake near Quincy, a caller reported that someone left a campfn'e burning. The caller reported attempting to extinguish it, but it was still hot. The USFS was notified and would handle. good Samaritans were helping to recover the boat and it was going to salvage. Friday, Sept. 21 Here piggy, piggy In TaylorsviUe, a caller reported that the neighbor's pig was on her property. No deputy was available. The caller was to let dispatch know if the pig came back; The information was transferred to animal control. Brother threatened In Greenville, a caller asked that a deputy talk to a student regarding the threats he was making to his brother. A deputy, said the student was counseled and the school was to do the rest. Troubles with a man In Portola, a caller reported that a man who wasn't wearing a shirt had inadvertently exposed himself. A deputy contacted the man and he hadn't exposed himself. He agreed to move on. Car keyed In Quincy, a caller reported that her daughter got into a disturbance with a woman. When the daughter went into a business the other person keyed her car. Fraud reported In Chester, a caller reported finding fraudulent charges on his account. It was coming from a business. Woman counseled In Quincy, a caller reported having issues with a woman who was leaving. But then the caller reported that the woman took his keys. The parties were counseled and agreed to keep the peace. They're back! In Taylorville, a caller Possible stolen vehicle spotted reported that her neighbor's pigs In Portola, a caller reported were at her house again. She Crash at church that a stolen Lincoln withwanted help in returning them to In Portola behind the Baptist Florida plates was behind a the owner. She also wanted church, a caller reported that a business, contact from animal control vehicle ran into a barrier. One person got out of the vehicle and Round the clock party-timeGoing to pot steam or smoke could be seen -: In the Feather River Canyon, a In Portola, a caller reported, ~ coming from it. Eastern PlUrtms" caller reported a loud party with that about five juveniles were on Fire and EPHC were paged, a lot of people had been going on the baseball field smoking Multiple reports came in on the for 24 hours. A deputy attempted marijuana. A deputy wasn't able incident. It turned out that the to contact a responsible person to fmd them. vehicle was empty and the and got no .answer. deputy was looking for its owner. Search and Rescue requested Taking on water In the area of Road N16 east of Help needed In Lake Almanor, a caller 16 and the old Red Bluff Road In Quincy, it was reported that reported that her husband went near Chester, an open line with a a man locked his 9-month-old to get their boat and it was loud buzzing was reported. A baby in a vehicle near a taking on water. The boat patrol caller then said their hiking business. The call was was out of the area. The partner hadn't shown up at their transferred to CHP. information was transferred to campsite. The person was SIFC. The husband swam to supposed to meet them and was Saturday, Sept. 22 shore and the boat went under. Yard smells of chemicals SIFC contacted the victim who In Chester, a Caller reported was okay. It was reported that See Blotter, page 158 PLUMAS COUNTY & SIERRA COUNTY HAVE BEEN AWARDED FEDERAL FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (DHS)/FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY UNDER THE EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER NATIONAL BOARD PROGRAM. Phmas County has been chosen to receive $13,262 to programs in the county. Sierra County has been ,chosen to food and shelter programs in their county. supplement emergency food and shelter receive $23,000 to supplement emergency The selection was made by a National Board that is chaired by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency and consists of representatives from American Red Cross; Catholic Charities, USA; National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA; The Jewish Federations of NorthAmerica;The Salvation Army; and United Way Worldwide. The Local Board was charged to distribute funds appropriated by Congress to help expand the capacity of food and shelter programs in high-need areas around the country. A Local Board made up of representatives from Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center, Sierra County Health & Human Services, Eastern Plums Community Action Network, Roundhouse Council, Community Action Network, Quincy Community Supper and local faith- based organizations will determine how the funds awarded to Plumas & Sierra Counties are to be distributed among the emergency food and shelter programs run by local service agencies in the area. The Local Board is responsible for recommending agencies to receive these funds and any additional funds made available under this phase of the program. Under the terms of the grant from the National Board, local agencies chosen to receive funds must: t) be private voluntary non-profits or units of government, 2) be eligible to receive Federal funds, 3) have an accounting system, 4) practice nondiscrimination, 5) have demonstrated the capability to deliver emergency food and/or shelter programs, and 6) if they are a private voluntary organization, have a voluntary board. Qualifying agencies are urged to apply. Phmas & Sierra Counties have historically distributed Emergency Food and Shelter funds previously to Plumas Crisis Intervention, Roundhouse Council, Community Assistance Network, Quincy Community Supper, Sierra County Health & Human Services, Inc, Senior Citizens of Sierra County, Western Sierra Residential Center and High Sierra Family Services, to name a few. These agencies were responsible for providing access to meals and emergency housing services. Public or private voluntary agencies interested in applying of Emergency Food and Shelter Program funds may contact Cathy Rahmeyer at Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center at 591 W. Main Street, Quincy, California 95971 or by telephone at (530) 283-5515. The deadline for contacting our agency is October 5, 2018.