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4B Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Excellent work by law enforcement leads to convictions Thank you for your ~ for their work in these jail and pay restitution. Tyler Hermann and Jacob I appreciate the efforts of continued support of law ~~~ investigations. Garcia broke a window atVickrey. During their contact, those in the store as well as enforcement in their efforts to the One Stop Gas Mart in Hermann and Vickrey seizedthe responding officers. This keep Plumas County a People v. Adam Whitney Quincy and stole alcohol and a small semi-automatic was an incredibly dangerous beautiful and safe place to On June 12, Adam Whitney, cigars., handgun from Radwell's situation for all involved and live, work and visit. The public's support and the hard CRIMINAL CASE UPDATE 41, of Reno, was convicted of I want to thank Deputy pocket and determined demonstrates the remarkable second-degree burglary as a Robbie Gott for his work in Radwell was under the challenges our law work of our public safety DAVID HOLLISTER felony and was later this investigation as well as influence of enforcement officers face each partners aid the ability of the District Attorney sentenced, on Sept. 11, to three the owner of One Stop for her methamphetamine, day. I am thankful nobody was DA's office to seek and obtain years of probation and 365assistance and patience. I appreciate Deputies hurt during this rash and justice. With resources days in county jail. Hermann and Vickrey for thoughtless act. limited, the cooperation and People v. James $wangler Whitney's convictions stemPeople v. Michael their efforts during this stop. coordination of law James Swangler, age 19, of from a burglary of a shed at a Butterfield People v. Jeffery Kelley enforcement is crucial to our Portola, was convicted on May seasonal home in Dixie Valley On July 10, Michael People v. NaOmi Sanders On Sept. 18, Jeffery Kelley, success and for these efforts I 22 of felony assault and felony (above Frenchman Lake). Butterfield, 41, of Vinton, was On Aug. 21, Naomi Sanders,37, of Cromberg, was am grateful, commercial burglary. I appreciate the efforts of convicted of felony false 33, of Chester, was convicted convicted of felony spousal The past few months have Swangler was, on June 19,Deputy John Fatheree in this imprisonment and of felony residential burglary, abuse and a felony violation of proven to be a busy and placed on three years of investigation and the subsequently placed on She was scheduled to be displaying a false registration challenging time, leading to a formal probation, a term assistance provided by probation and ordered to sentenced on Oct. 5. sticker in a separate case. delay in the publication of a which included he serve 365 property owners in the Dixie serve 330 days in the county Sanders, while under the Kelley also admitted he was in regular criminal case update, days in county jail. Valley area. jail. influence of drugs, entered an violation of two grants of During the next few weeks we Swangler's convictions stem Convictions such as this Butterfield was convicted acquaintance's home and stole probation. will try and catch up with the from a burglary of the Feel demonstrate the importancefollowing an incident where his prescription drugs. Kelley is scheduled to be reporting of outcomes from Good Caf~ in Portola and an of keeping the property of our he learned his girlfriend, and My thanks to Sgt. Ian James sentenced on Oct. 30, when he criminal cases from the past incident where Swangler seasonal homeowners safe mother of his child, was going for his work in this case.may receive up to three years few months, which have punched a worker at the Red and secure, to leave him. Butterfield then in state prison. drawn the public's interest, and white store in Portola threatened to harm his In the primary case, Kelley Below is a sampling of some when the worker attempted to People v. Roberto Garcia girlfriend causing her to assaulted the mother of his of the cases we have recently stop Swangler from stealing a On May 8, Roberto Garcia, barricade herself and the 3-month-old child. The assault prosecuted. Should you have bottle of alcohol. 18, of Quincy, was convicted of child in a bedroom and call was a prolonged attack questions, comments or I appreciate the support of felony commercial burglary911. leaving bruises all over the concerns, please do not the Portola business owners and placed on three years of I appreciate the efforts of victim's body. hesitate to contact me as well as Deputies Tom formal probation with terms Deputy Bjorn Berg and Sgt. I appreciate the efforts of directly. Klundby and Andrea Muranahe serve 180 days in county Dwight Cline in apprehending Deputies Tom Yockey and the defendant and completing John Fatheree for their work a thorough investigation, in the investigation, and to the victim for her courage and foresight during the prosecution. ! Have your business and/or personal name(s) listed on a full page ad, "We Salute our Soldiers, Past and Present" (Examples: Chester Progressive or Mr. & Mrs. Smith or Joan Smith) This page will run in our Plumas County newspapers on Nov. 1 1 25% of the proceeds from this tribute will be given to the Plumas County Veterans Service Fund for its Community Outreach Program Fill out the following form and mail it or drop it off at your local newspaper office with a payment of $20. Deadline: Tues., Nov. 3 @ 4pm. Iron n n n m I I mm I imm m atom ~n m n m m n II Include me/us in the "We Salute our Soldiers, Past and Present" tribute and donation II Name (business or personal): Payment: Check Cash [--1 Visa MC Name on card: II Card#: II Expiration Date: CID # II Daytime Phone #: m.. -. --. ==, --. =u -. == .-- --. == -. --.... ,-- m ._ ...._ JI Feather River Bulletin PC Box B 287 Lawrenc St. Quincy, CA 95971 283-0800 Holly or Marc Chester Progressive & Portola Reporter Indian Valley Record 96 E. Sierra (Hwy. 70) PC Box 557, 135 Main St. Portola, CA 96122 Chester, CA 96020 832-4646 258-3115 Roger Cheri or Val People v. Ian Radwell On July 10, Ian Radwell, 38, of Portola, was convicted of possessing a firearm while being under the influence of methamphetamine. Radwell was placed on formal probation, which included a condition he serve 270 days in county jail. Radwell was contacted on Taylor Street in Portola riding a skateboard by Deputies People v. Wayne Brown On Sept. 11, Wayne Brown, 52, of Blairsden, was convicted of armed criminal action as a felony and three counts of felony false imprisonment. Brown is scheduled to be sentenced on Oct. 9, and can receive up to five years in state prison. Brown entered the Feather River Co-op in Portola with an unloaded shotgun and over 100 rounds of ammunition. While attempting to take hostages, an employee confronted Brown and seized the shotgun from him. Brown was later taken into custody without incident. Brown indicated he intended to take hostages and commit suicide by having a responding officer shoot him. Cases of Interest Upcoming cases of interest include: People v. Nazira Maria Cross (homicide case) extradition pending in Peru. People v. Sheldon Steward (homicide case) Oct. 23, entry of plea. BLOTTER, from page 3B said he didn't need medical attention. Tires slashed A woman on Seneca Road in Chester reported that all four tires on her vehicle had been slashed. Drive-by hunters Two different callers on La Porte Road reported a white Ford pickup with a tan Honda ATV in the back had someone shooting deer from the truck's bed. The callers said a male (in his 40s) shot a deer, and a younger male (in his 20s)jumped out and grabbed it. The callers said they loaded the deer in the truck and headed toward La Porte, away from Highway 70. Structure fire A caller in Taylorsville requested the fire department respond to a structure fire at 6065 Diamond Mountain Road. The caller said the fire started at the barbecue and spread to the residence. The caller said the residence was fully engulfed and the f~e was spreading to the wild lands. SLEMS and the USFS responded. PG&E was notified and shut off power to the residence. The house was destroyed. V Birthday IV/Birth t/' Anniversary Graduation V' New Job or Promotion Any Other Special Occasion AN NIVEF-.SAF,.Y!!! William ("Bill") andAngela Elliott's family wish to congratulate them on S0 loving years The couple met on a blind date while they both attended married on July 18, 1965 in Sacramento. The bride's brothers sent a telegram on their wedding night proclaiming,"Hinister not ordained. STO~HaveAngela home by midnight. STOIT.' A~r~l~a~]~ce~e honey oo tg | IE They sp~a~qm~the~iDllPc:hildren, Kevin, David and Ju~r~ ~l~CWGrass Valley area, where Angela has family tie~n ] 987 they moved to Quincy, where Bill worked with the community as President and CEO of Plumas Bank, and Angela taught English at Quincy Jr./Sr. High School. Now both retired, they enjoy being more deeply involved in community and church activities. They also love traveling, spending time appreciating the outdoors, and gathering with friends and family. Both known for their integrity, their faith, and their loyalty and service to others, they have touched many lives over the years. Their children, in particular, are grateful for their legacy of love and commitment. Bill and Angela will celebrate their anniversary in Mammoth Lakes with family, including their children, David and his wife .~.I Ginger;and Julie and her husband Jim. A postage stamp was Just 3 cents Minimum wage was only 40 cents an hour Milk was 62 cents a gallon Gas was 21 cents a gallon Bread was 9 cents a loaf "Sentiment~ Joy--till song : I tarry Michael Peters was born on Wednesday, July 25, 1945! Happy 70th Birthday young ma ! ! ! For just $40 we'll publish a 2 column x 7 inch ad in the newspaper of your choice listed below. You simply supply the photo, we'll do the design and, if you'd like, help with the wording, including trivia research. Because of this special price, deadline is on Wednesday, a week prior to the publication date. Marc or Holly 283-0800 Ched or Valode Roger Valorle 258-3115 832-4646 258-3115