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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 15B BLOTTER, from page 3B 70 as they passed by. The information was transferred to CHP. hiking by himself. They were about 13 miles west of Chester. They said they were star~ing at Wilson Lake Road and then taking a USFS road before getting to Feather Meadows Cabins. The man was driving a pickup that got stuck and he tried to hike out. He had no food, but had a rifle and a small blanket as well as a phone. He called and said he would walk to Red Rock Road at Wilson Lake. Everyone was reunited. Smoke reported In Quincy, a caller reported smelling smoke throughout the hospital, but in no specific location. Quincy Fire responded. It was possible that the furnace was turned on for the first time this season and that was the smell. Thursday, Sept. 20 Vegetation fire reported At the ag station on Highway 395, a caller reported a vegetation fire with flames. It was smoldering offto the side of the road. A second caller said it was 3 miles north of Highway 70 on Highway 395. Sierra Valley Fire was notified, A third caller said it was in a drainage ditch and was about the size of a Doughboy pool. The USFS was notified. Another caller said the fn'e was growing and was about 100 ft. around. Sierra Valley Fire requested mutual aid for one engine. SIFC was also informed. A water tender was requested. Vandalism reported In Canyon Dam, a sergeant reported speaking to a man who reported that someone vandalized a gate. The suspect was driving a pickup. Wednesday, Sept. 19 Backyard crasher In Quincy, a caller reported that a cow was loose on Lee Road. The call was transferred to CHP. CHP reported that a black cow with a white face was in a backyard and not on the roadway. CHP tried to contact the cow's owner and the line was busy. Finally the owner was contacted and she was sending Someone to pick up the cow. Awaiting the mail? In Graeagle, a caller reported that a suspicious looking woman appeared to have been sleeping at the post office. She was covered with a blanket. A deputy contacted a man, not a- woman, and told him to move along. Firewood stolen In Chester, a caller reported that someone stole fir6wood from her house. Pallets stolen In Quincy, a business reported that someone in a dark gray truck stole some pallets. Tuesday, Sept. 18 Drill held In Quincy, the elementary school held an evacuation drill. A deputy assisted. Doorway sleeper In Graeagle, someone at the clinic reported that a transient was found sleeping in the doorway. He had a blanket over him. He agreed to move along. Signs stolen In Graeagle, a caller requested contact with a deputy. The caller reported that campaign signs had been stolen. Man counseled In Cromberg, a caller reported Burning on a non burn day that a man was violating his In Portola, a caller reported restraining order. A sergeant that someone had a burn pile reported attempting to counsel going and it was in a controlled the man, but he wasn't home. area. The caller didn't think it was a burn day. Eastern Plumas Lost her sister Fire said they would extinguish In the area of West Shore Lake the fire that contained yard Almanor, a caller requested help waste. in locating her sister who got lost on thei %alk. A deputy's o e%' :" Suspicious circumstances the c~fller who had locatecl her In Portola, a caller reported sister. HAZMAT spill reported On Gulf Club and Dyer View near Chester, a caller reported that a big rig overturned and was leaking motor oil. Peninsula Fire was on scene and handling the cleanup. No place to walk In Portola on the railing of the Gulling Street Bridge, a caller reported that a man who wasn't wearing a shirt was walking in an inappropriate manner. A deputy was unable to locate him. Broken windshield reported In Portola, a caller reported that someone broke the windshield of her vehicle. Utilities reported stolen In Taylorsville, a caller reported that someone was stealing utilities. A deputy reported doing extra patrols to make sure a man was plugging into a house. The caller took steps to make sure the residence was secure. that a man who wasn't wearing a shirt and was possibly on drugs, was yelling and waving his hands at the sky. He was Pat Holland continues to College. ARTISTS, from page 12B from a career in teaching. Pat continues to experiment with painting still life and plein aire landscapes while continuing to attend classes at Feather River College under the guidance of instructor Rafael Blanco to hone her skills in" watercolor, acrylics and oils: She follows the advice of famed artist Chuck Close: "You don't need to be inspired, you just need to show up and get to work." Also featured as guest artist during October is Allen Stenzel with an impressive array of new works The opening will be this Friday, Oct. 5. from 5 to 7 p.m. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. down behind the guardrail at one point on the Gulling Street I B~EAKING Bridge. Deputies were unable to ' locate the man. NEWS Burglary reported In Chester, a caller reported . . finding a cold burglary at a ~ucZ~ business. ]1 C Vandalism reported In Greenville, a caller reported that a student vandalized a classroom at the elementary school. The student broke things in the room and turned over all the desks and tables. A deputy said it was vandalism, that the juvenile disturbed items around the classroom. The school was to handle the situation. Fork stabbing reported In Greenville, someone at the junior/senior high school reported that one student stabbed another with a fork. experiment with painting Pat Holland follows just need to Harassed by homeless In Portola, a businessperson reported an ongoing problem with a homeless person who was trespassing. A deputy reported that the businessperson gave the person a trespass warning. Strange man reported In Graeagle, a caller reported that a man with a backpack was coming in and out of a store. He was slurring his words and acting strange. A sergeant checked the area, but didn't locate the man. Lurker looking In Portola, a caller reported that a suspicious man was lurking around his residence and staring at his kids. A deputy contacted the man who was new to the area. The deputy .counseled him and gave him a trespass warning. BBQ reported In Greenville, a caller reported that someone in the neighborhood had some sort of burn pile going and it was smoking up everything. He said he didn't think it was a burn day. Indian Valley Fire was paged. A sergeant and the fixe department learned that it was someone barbecuing. Shining a light In Deneker, a caller reported that someone was shining a green light into traffic and shining it into cars on Highway Unexpected guest In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that someone was in her living room that morning. She said at first she thought it was her husband, but it wasn't. Gunshots reported In Portola, a caller reported hearing bursts of gunshots fired coming from the east. Deputies were in Quincy. An additional report came in to dispatch of multiple shots fire in town. A deputy Was unable to hear any shots. Trespassers reported Union Pacific Railroad reported trespassers on Belden Town Road at Howells Road. The reporting party said there were two pfckups, a trailer and three or four men along the tracks. 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