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2B Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2001 g IN A Quincy resident and a third vehicle involved in Marysville resident were Involved in the incident went unidentified In the Photo by Marian Liddell a t vol le Incident 5 in Cluster, The CHP report. See related story for details, ~ b m ~ mm amz amd ip ~ ~ nmodhs ~ h'uckJm ~. n im '02 Buick Century 4 door sedan, very well equipped, power cruise control, tilt wheel, air, power seats, CD player and more. #741342. windows, door locks, '02 Chevy LS 4x4 Auto, Cassette & CD Player, heated mirrors, cruise, remote keyless entry'and more. #297770 .......... Trailblazer AFTER DISCOUNT & REBATE Ihlramx Ilew k Sl M AFTER DISCOUNT '02 Chevy Silverado 4x4 Vortec 4800 VS, AM/FM Stereo w/4 speakers, air conditioning w/air filtration system and more. #5869056 Chevy Suburban This is a very well equipped vehicle powered by a 5.3 liter V-8, tow package, leather seats, ABS brakes, and a lot more. #166841. LT 4x4 AFTER REBATE MSRP $41.866 AFTER DISCOUNT & REBATE '93 Taurus Wagon Cruise, lilt, air cond., power seats, AM/FM cassette, and more. #3CQP539. %,499 '87 Toyota Tercel 4x4 Wagon '00 Chevy Metro mat',.g.,,, s3.o0o lSi Sedan original miles[ Automatic trans., air and more. #1SBNID6. Auto, front wheel drive, air, AM/FM stereo, dual air ~". $ bags. #6701681 495 '00 Chevy Prizm LSI Sedan '98 GMC Jimmy 4x4 Auto, front wheel drive, air, power Beautiful inside and out, V-8, power windows, door steering, windows, door locks, locks, dual air bags, ABS brakes, ~ivacy tilt, cruise, Am/FM stereo, glass and more. Retail kelly Blue cassette, dual air bags, Book says $17,995! #54656B. alloy wheels. #418359 1,995 '95 Ford Extended Cab 4x4 F-2S0 pickup with a power stroke diesel, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo with cassette and much more. #887989. '00 Chevy Blazer V6, auto, 4 wheel drive, LS, air, power s~eering, windows, door locks, tilt, cruise, CD, dual air bags, ABS, roof rack, pcemium wheels. #2369950 7 995 '00 Toyota Tacoma X cab 4 wheel drive, air, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo, CD, premium sound, dual air bags, sliding rear window. #Z614356 $14, '99 GMC Extended Cab 4x4 2500 model pickup with lois and lois of extras including power windows, deaf locks, air, automatic. Retail Kelly Blue Book says $23,250. #334354. New policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the California High- way Patrol activity logs in Quincy and, in some cases, Susanville. The fact that someone has been involved in an automobile accident does not constitute liability or fault. In addition, the re- porting CHP agency deter- mines whether injuries in the accident are character- ized as minor, moderate, major or fatal. Bulletin. of Ross's The turned and Klembith on his left plained of shoulder. helmet. An killed p.m. when bile he was the road. Medical to be the dent and his Tim Joseph northbound north of Hi unknown Due to an ical condition, I Highway 70, Delleker Road No injuries were reported when two vehicles were in- volved in an incident Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 6:25 p.m. Ben Sheets, 17, of Blairs- den, was driving a 1985 Oldsmobile eastbound on Highway 70. He was prepar- roadway ing to turn left onto north- der. bound Delleker Road. The JeTf Hurst, 62, of Quincy, of control in a was driving a 1992 Ford direction and Probe westbound on High- fence. According to~ Road.Way 70 approaching Delleker vestigation, the Sheets failed to notice have regained Hurst's vehicle approaching, and backed the Just as Hurst was passingaway from the Sheets, the teen initiated his Narsh appare left turn signal and collided sciousness on J with the left quarter panel of succumbed due Hurst's vehicle, ical condition. Two 16-year-olds were in Sheets' vehicle at the time of the incident. A Quincy Everyone was seat-belted,volved in a dent on Highway Sg, north of A-lSStreet in Minor injuries were report- Oct. 5, at ed when a 2000 Harley David- John Dou son motorcycle and a 1998driving a 1985 Ford Ranger collided Tues- northbound on day, Oct. 9, at 1:55 p.m.He stopped at t David Klembith, 34,of tion of Danville, Calif., was riding Highway 36. his Harley northbound on The second Highway 89just north of A-15 Kent Dier, at approximately 35-40 mph.driving his As he rounded the right- utility hand curve, he observed an Highway 36 at animal running into the road- proaching the way, so he attempted to from thewest. swerve left and applied the Jacobs drove brake, section in a fastt Klembith then saw the aggressive Ranger pickup approaching yield to both from the opposite directionthird vehicle. Dier --,' -~-~ steered left. Klembith attempted to lean skidded and the motorcycle back to the sideofthe right and away from the ap- The impact proaching pickup, which was ota clockwise. driven by Earnest Ross, 52, of After the Clio. hicles came to Klembith lost control of 1 east and his motorcycle. It skidded facing northeaSt over the double yellow lines came to rest just and collided with the left side Blazer. Newspaper policy Information that appears in this Disturbance: column is compiled from the Billings, a0, Plumas County Sheriff's Depart. ment's activity log and, in some was arrested on cases, the county correctional cen. of disturbing the: ter's booking log. The newspaper does not report suspects' names in Violation: Gerry arrests for public intoxication or 51, of Chester, drunk driving (unless accompa, on an nied by a more serious charge, court order. such as probation violation or a felony). The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a Thursday, crime does not constitute guilt. Abuse: Renee The case may never appear in Chester, was court if the district attorney deter- allegation mines there is insufficient evi. dence to prosecute the case. If the amount of ball is not listed, the Wednesday, suspect is released without bail. Battery: Gary The newspaper attempts to list the Quincy, was age of suspects whenever they are gations of provided by the sheriff's depart- ing probation. ment. ARRESTS AND Sunday, Oct. 14 Saturday, Oct. Violation: Aaron A. Pointer, Damage: A of Quincy, was arrested on an reported a allegation that he violated Chateau Drive. probation. Assault: Shannon Prather, of Thursday, Meadow Valley, was arrested Vandalism: on allegations of assault. School dalism Friday, Oct. 12 Burglary: Wayne D. Lowry, Tuesday, Oct. of Greenville, was arrested Theft: on allegations of burglary ported the and forgery, ued at $150. Goml wNl =mdltt m emlffiff CMI m tml ! I license, $45 dec fee & after any applicable factory rebate. M-F 8-7 Sat. 9-S Pricespl tax, Service: All vehicles subject to prior sale. M-F 8"5 Sat. 9-2 PAWS to Recycle continues to " During the first month offormed Brend the Paws to Recycle alu- tire school minum can drive, the corn- aluminum munity donated 101 poundsSierra Animal of aluminum cans to High Daw's Sierra Animal Rescue Portola will (HSAR). penny a pound "We are hopeful to surpass Animal that amount in the next two minum cans months of the Paws to Recy. cycling durh- cle $3,000 contest," said Bren- Nov. contest. da Grizzell, volunteer for Bill Daw's HSAR. companions James Smith, treasurer for cling Center, the associated student body an extra treat at Feather River Middle for co! School in Portola, has in- tributeto