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,ss~ve i~@ogressive Record, Reporter ..... Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001 i;! :i i: i 150 Vans., steering, power power leather, e 65796. After discounts and rebates Jeep Cherokee Classic 4x4 steseo/~m., ~loy wheeis. SALE '96 FoN Windstar Van VG, a~do tra~s., a/c, powm windows, locks, tilt wheel, cru~e, amffm stereo/cass., alloy wheels. ~I SALE ge Explorer 4X4 SALE '99 FaN Ranger XLT SuperCab V6, auto trans, a/c, power szeer~g, am/fm stereo/cass., CO, aJw wheels. SALE Dakota '01 FoN F-150 V-8, Ado. Inm, po~er wmdow~ Pow~ locks, tilt, cru~, CO p~r, ~y/cu~om whee~ 20,000 .~es. SA/ r/$e0, 0tIB~ A IIL~i 1TIUCX, #35511 SALE XLT 4X4 VS, power w~ndows, locks, bft wheel, crume, loather. #2BO2639 Ketley says: $24,195 SALE Toyota Tacoma Runner Extra Cab Windstar LX SALE '99 FoN Windstar LX SALE AWD Wagon air, power windows, SAlE AccoN LX L, a/c, power windows & AM/FM 200 miles. '01 Dodge Neon Auto. Vans., 4 door, air cond., power steering, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo/ cassette. #17752. SALE '00 Dodge Stratus SE 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheet, cruise, arn~rn stereo/cass. 0nly 21,000 miles. #265097 SALE FoN T-Bid LX Auto tians., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cass, alloy wheels. #112750 SALE '00 FaN Focus LX 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power steering, am/fro stereolcassetle, alloy wheels. #115791 SALE SALE Civic I..X power wheel, ! '99 Saturn SL2 Auto trans., a/c, power steering, tilt wl~eel, cruise, arn/fm stere~'ca~., CO, moon roof. #336648 '96 Chrysler Concord LXl V6, auto trans., a/c, power steering, windows, locks, seats, tilt wheet, cruise, am/tm stereo/ca=., CO, Leather, alloy wheels. #'229809 SALE SALE SAlE [] CREDIT i UNION II DIRECT lib LENDING" U0B~ 110/1OA0q .... i~;:,~,~. ~i*~:;~ Newspaper policy Information that appears In this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Depart. ment's activity log and, In some cases, the county correctional center's booking log. The news- paper does not report suspects' names in arrests for public In- toxication or drunk driving (un- less accompanied by a more seri- ous charge, such as probation vi- olation or a felony). The fact that someone has been arrested and charged wlth a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the dis- trlct attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is reeased without bail. The newspaper at- tempts to list the age of suspects whenever they are provided by the sherifps department. ARRESTS Monday, Oct. 8 Violation: Linda G. Bennett, 51, of Portola, was arrested on an allegation of violating pro- bation. Saturday, Oct. 6 Violation: Kevin P. Tuma, 25, of Chester, was arrested on an allegation of violating proba- tion. Warrant: Chuck Anson, 77, of Crescent Mills, was arrested on a warrant, alleging spousal abuse, the making of death threats, false imprisonment and battery. Telephone: Maria J. Albarron, 30, was arrested on an allega- tion of illegal removal of a telephone line. Friday, Oct. 5 Theft: Guillermo C. Castillo- Sandoval, 23, of Portola, was ari'ested on allegations of pos- sessing stolen property and auto theft. Thursday, Oct. 4 Violation: Richard Whitebird, 30, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of violating parole. Assault: Leland M. Washoe, 29, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of assault with a deadly weapon. Sunday, Oct. 7 Hit and run: Bradley J. Pier. son, 18, of Quincy, was arrest- ed on allegations of a hit and run and evading a peace offi- cer by driving fast. Violation: George R. Powers, 33, of Portola, was arrested on an allegation of violating pro- bation. Warrant: Karol German, 52, was arrested on a warrant from Texas. Drugs: William E. Bunnell, 21, of Quincy, was arrested on an allegation of possessing meth. Tuesday, Oct. 2 Violations: Linda Jo Shands, 50, of Plumas County, was ar- rested on allegations of violat- ing probation and disobeying a court order. Monday, Oct. 1 Violation: Michelle Brendlin, 35, of Quincy, was arrested on an allegation of disobeying a court order. Newspaper policy The following cases indicate processing by the Plumas County Superior Court. The information is obtained through the court and the district attorney's office. The dates printed reflect time of processing, although the incident in question may have occurred years earlier. The fact that some- one has been charged with a crime and is being processed for it does not constitute guilt under the California court system. If the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to con. tinue prosecuting the case, it may be dismissed or the charges may be amended. In some: cases, plea bargaining also is permitted by the court and the district attor- ney. The headlines that accompa. ny each case should not be con- strued as a statement about a de- fendant's guilt or innocence; rather, the headlines are intend. ed as short descriptions of the type of case in question. I~ropeliUon Timothy D. Jones, 35, pied no contest last week in Plumas County Superior Court to an allegation of meth possession. The Chester resident was or- dered by Judge Alan H. Thiel- er to participate in the coun- ty's Proposition 36 drug treat- ment program. A progress re- port is planned Nov. 16. Held to answer Filemon Lamas rejected a potential plea offer by the Plumas County District Attor- ney. Instead, the Chester resi- dent agreed to answer to a felony allegation of possessing meth for sales. Judge Alan H. Thieler turned down Lamas's request to be released from custody. Plea possible Plumas County Superior Court Judge Alan H. Thieler ordered a psychological exam of Brian Taylor, who is ac- cused of making death threats. Taylor is scheduled to return to court Oct. 23. Laura Ramos, of Plumas County, rejected an offer by the Plumas County District Attorney to participate in the drug court program. Instead, Ramos will challenge a drug allegation at an Oct. 19 hear- ing. ~ntt~ Cyrus Sabri, 41, of Chester, pied no contest last week In Plumas County Superior Court to an allegation of mis- demeanor battery. He was placed on probation and re- ceived a suspended jail sen- tence. He originally was charged with a sex offense. New,~,per pe.~Y Information that appears in this column is complied from the Cal. lfornta Highway Patrol activity logs in Qulncy and, in some cas. es, Susanvllle. The fact that someone has been involved in an automoblie accident does not con. stltute liability or fault. In addi- tion, the reporting CHP agency determines whether lnjurtes In the accident are characiertzed as minor, moderate, major or fatal. the XR250 Honda motorcycle he was driving fell over Tues- day, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m. Donald L. Woodward Jr., 39, was driving off-road on U.S. Forest Service land north of Highway 36 and south of I-Iigh- way 44. He was accelerating to pass his seven-year-old son on the right. Not knowing where Wood- ward was, the child steered to the right in front of his father. Woodward braked the mo- torcycle and fell over to the right, making contact with the Highway 89, north rear tire of the second motor- of ~ OeIHNIvilIo Wye cycle. Minor injuries were report- In the incident, the boy's ed to a Canmore, Alberta, XRSORI 2001 Honda also went Canada, resident when he down. failed to negotiate a curve on Woodward injured his right Highway 89 north of the ankle and was transported to Greenville Wye Saturday, Oct. Lassen Community Hospital. 6, at 4:25 p.m. Kenneth Macnair, 43, was Doyle traveling northbound on his Hiil aq 1991 Kawasaki. He was north A Doyle resident rolled the of the Greenville Wye and 1985 Toyota pickup she was traveling at 40 mph. driving Monday, Oct. 1, at He entered a sharp left ll:20p.m. curve, but failed to complete Angelica Elizabeth Rogers, the curve and continued 18, was driving eastbound on straight. Doyle Grade west of Highway Macnair traveled onto a dirt 395. She was traveling at an turnout on the east side of the unknown speed. roadway and lost control of For an unknown reason, she his motorcycle, allowed the pickup to merge It then went down on its left into the westbound lane of the side and slid for a ways before highway. turning over onto its right She then jerked the wheel side. back to her right, causing her It then came to rest at the to lose control of the pickup. edge of a drop off. It then went onto' the dirt shoulder. She then jerked the Forest lid wheel back toward the road. north of Highway 34 way and it rolled over one A Susanville resident re- time, coming to rest on its ceived minor injuries when wheels.