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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 11A Oliver Litchfield of Greenville, left, takes the podium with his third-place win in the Sacramento Judo tournament. August Polzak of Quincy, left, wears the third-place medal in the Sacramento judo tournament Oct. 7. Photos submitted Adin Lunder of Greenville receives a bow after taking second place in the Sacramento judo tournament. Meg Upton tournament Oct. 7. They state with over 275 "I'm very proud of our Staff Writer fielded nine competitors competing and has some team and their results," mupton@plumasnews.com from the four local dojos, of the best competitors in said Burleson. taking three second- and the western states, The Dojo will host their The local Dojo competed three third-place finishes, according to Harry next tournament in at the Sacramento Capitol This tournament is one Burleson, the "sensei" Greenville on Nov. 3 at Jude invitational of the largest in the north who runs the Dojo. the Indian Valley Recreation and Park District Community Center in downtown Greenville. The newest dojo site will open in Chester on Nov. 1 at the Almanor Recreation and Park District Center. With the addition of Chester, the Dojo will be in five communities: Westwood, Chester, Greenville, Quincy and Oroville. ic la A car identified as out to search the area. They Subaru Outback. belonging to a man who were unable to locate Ohle ' 0hle is described as a disappeared from Portola even after two days of white, male adult who's was discovered near Lake searching six-foot tall and weighs 220 Davis on Saturday, Oct. 6, A search of Ohle's vehicle pounds. He has short gray one month after the man is revealed.several personalhair, blue eyes and a large believed to have gone items, Peay said. These items gray beard. missing, included Ohle's wallet and He was last seen wearing A local hunter was out west cell phone and were left blue jeans and a green or of the}ake when be happened inside the unlocked Subaru. maroon button up shirt. He U ffS -201fS u utbac : Ttt IffnTtion, it Was -- has no knownmedical issues wagon, according to Plumas determined, was left in the on and there was no ceil phone County Sheriff's position, activity up until it was Investigations Sergeant Steve A deputy and a sergeant discovered at Lake Davis. Peay. checked the scene and found Ohle's family made a The sheriffs office received no signs of foul play andmissing persons report to the the call about 9 a.m. from the nothing appeared suspicious, Sheriffs Office after family hunter. The vehicle was Peay said. Although the members and coworkers identified as belonging to circumstances surroundingbecame concerned when he Philip "Garr" Ohle, 58. The Ohle's disappearance are was not at work or at home man has been missing since odd, he added. The for several days. Sept. 6. investigation is ongoing.The Sheriff's Office is According to Peay, a The Plumas County actively conducting an deputy responded to the call Sheriffs Office Search and investigation into the and the unidentified hunter Rescue will conduct more whereabouts of Ohle. Among led the officer to the Subaru. searches in that area. This other techniques, the area It was located in a heavily time more personnei and around Lake Davis, a place wooded area a few miles west search dogs will be employed. Ohle was known to visit of the lake. frequently, has been The deputy was able to Initial report searched by plane and confirm that the vehicle The Sheriffs Office helicopter. belonged to Ohle and had received the first report of Anyone with information been at that location for quite Ohle's disappearance fromregarding the whereabouts of some time. Portola on Sept. 17. Philip "Garr" Ohle is urged Ohle was not located in the He was last seen Thursday, to call the Plumas County immediate area of the Sept. 6, in the late afternoon. Sheriff's Office or their local vehicle, according to Peay. He was then at his residence law enforcement agency. The The Plumas County Search at 679 North Gulling Street. 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