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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 3B VITAL STATISTICS / LAW and ORDER VITALS, from page 2B Marilyn, Jeanne and Diana. She also leaves behind 15 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren. She is survived by her loving sister, Kathe Lorali, of Sacramento. Ruth loved spending time with family and friends and created many memories over the years. She especially loved camping and fishing at Bucks Lake. She was raised in Meadow Valley where she attended elementary school. Ruth then moved to Dixon where she graduated high school. She eventually settled in Sacramento where she became one of Jehovah's witnesses in 1959. Her faith in Jehovah was a fine example and encouragement to all who knew her. Roy Allen Miller Roy Allen Miller peacefully passed away at Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, on Sept. 17, 2018, surrounded by family. Roy was born Nov. 5, 1939, to George Allen and Mildred Sumpter Miller in Oak Grove, Missouri. He was preceded in death by his parents and siblings, Darlene Miller, James Miller and granddaughter Shawna Miller. He is survived by his wife, Gladys Miller; children, Jeff Miller and Shannon Hernandez; stepchildren ThoraS Cochran ahdiGene,' '~ Freeman; 14 gr'andchi~d~'en/: and seven great-grandchildren. He also is survived by his sister, Wanda Carroll and Everett Miller. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018, at the Taylorsville Historical Hall in Taylorsville, at 2 p.m. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheritf s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided bythe P1umas County Sheritfs 0t~lea No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of the week's activity from Oct. 2 to Oct. 8. BY TI-IE NUMBERS 40 medical calls 25 CI-IP calls 25 suspicious circumstances reports 22 calls to 911 16 civil reports 13 juvenile related reports 11 arrests 11 reports to fish and wildlife 10 disturbances reported 8 drug related reports 8 requests for assistance 7 welfare requests 7 alarms reported 7 thefts reported 7 burglaries 6 animal control reports 6 trespassing reports 6 housing reports 5 mental health calls 5 probation reports 5 threats reported 5 fire-related reports 4 missing persons reported 4 court-related reports MARRIAGE LICENSES October 5 Joanne Ruth Burgueno and River W. Wilson, both of Quincy. Meagan Rae Brennan and Martin Rubio-Gomes, both of Quincy Skyler Garrish Gott of Quincy and Antonio Henry Maddalena of Portola. October 9 Blaker Valor Tibbedeaux and Autumn Noel Elmore, and Kurt Michael Wayne Fleweil, both of Portola. Terra Toews Conlon and Alison Joanne Biggs, both of San Francisco. Rebecca Jeanne Rogers and Clinton Bradley Underwood, both of Durham. 4 child-related reports 4 weapons reports 4 harassment reports 3 extra patrol checks 3 reports of assisting other agencies 3 property-related reports 3 reports of vandalism ARRESTS Beckwourth A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation. A caller reported a fight between two men. The caller said that one man had the other man detained in a chokehold and he used pepper spray. Eastern Plumes Health Care was notified. The parties were separated and medical treatment was being given. Chester A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating probation and violating a restraining order. A deputy reported the arrest of a man and aJwoman charged with having outstanding warrants from Lassen County. Initially deputies received a report that domestic violence was in progress. Delleker A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with buying or receiving stolen property. It was reported that a battery was stolen from a fire station. It was on videotape. Quincy A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with disobeying a court order. A trespass warning was also issued to the man who was told not to go into a business. A deputy reported the arrest of two people. A man was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, removing an import marking, possession of methamphetamines and child abuse. The woman was charged with child abuse and being under the influence of a controlled substance. A deputy rePorted the arrest of a A deputy reported the arrest of a man and a woman. They were both charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. A caller reported that a man was hitting and screaming at his son. Two children were released to the care of others. MISCELLANEOUS Monday, Oct. 8 Rocks in the road On Highway 89 three-quarters of a mile from Highway 70 it was reported that softball, sized rocks were in the road. The information was transferred to CHP. Suspicious happenings In Quincy, a caller reported that a variety of things including a debit card, medication and warrants were stolen. A deputy reported that it was a civil issue since the caller allowed a woman to use the debit card. The deputy explained the proper civil procedures to take and how to evict the woman. Threats made at school In Greenville at the elementary school, a caller reported that one student threatened another student. A sergeant contacted the juvenile and counseled him. Locked in the bathroom It was reported that a construction worker flagged down a woman and told her that a juvenile was locked in the bathroom at Massack Rest Area near Quincy. The juvenile couldn't get out. Apparently someone freed the juvenile. Fraud reported In Greenville, a caller reported losing $2,200 to a scam call. Civil procedures were explained. Sunday, Oct. 7 Disturbance reported In Quincy, a deputy spoke with several college students who agreed to shut down the party and keep the peace. Shots fired In Chester, a caller reported that someone fired two shots in front of the house. The caller said he could hear someone in the street earlier. A deputy checked the area and was unable to locate anyone. Motorcycle over the side On the Quincy/La Porte Road 2 miles south of Red Bridge, a caller reported a non-injury motorcycle accident. The information was passed on to CHP. The motorcycle was over the edge. Vandalism reported In Greenville, a caller reported that the window of the library was broken. Leaving threats by voicemail In the Beckwourth area, a former Getting a jump on things In Greenville, a caller reported that a juvenile was on an electronic monitoring device and they were getting some suspicious readings. The juvenile was not in the house. The caller wanted to know ff the juvenile was wearing the device and if she was okay. The juvenile was free. She was on the trampoline outside. Strange noises reported In Chester, a caller reported hearing some'strange noises outside his house near his driveway. CHP reported that they didn't fred anything suspicious. The caller reported that he saw a raccoon. Saturday, Oct. 6 Fraud reported In Quincy, a caller reported receiving an IRS scare call. He said that he didn't give them any information, but they had his social security number. He asked to speak to a deputy. Don't walk here! In the Lake Almanor area about a quarter-mile south on Highway 89 at the intersection of Highway 36, a caller reported that four or five hunters threatened to shoot him for walking in the area where they were hunting. He thought the hunters had been drinking. It was a PG&E day use area. A sergeant was unable to locate them. Break-in reported In Greenville, a caller said that someone just broke into the old motel on highway 89. It was believed that some things were taken. The information was passed on to CI-IP to be on the lookout for a white Toyota seen there. A deputy was aIso looking for the vehicle. Don't go to church In Quincy, it was reported that a deputy advised a woman to stay away from one of the churches on that day because of a funeral service. Vandalism reported In Chester, it was reported that someone broke into a trailer parked behind a church. Nothing was stolen, but the door was broken. Medical needed On the Cascade Trail near Quincy, a caller reported that a female fell and injured her leg about a half-mile down the trail. The information was transferred to REMSA, Quincy Fire and PDH. The patient was transported to PDH. Unwanted riders On the Greenhorn Ranch Road, a caller reported that people were riding quads and motorcycles and speeding up the roadway. The call was transferred to CHP. The call was transferred to Grass Valley CalFire. Reckless driver reported In Portola near the CHP office, a caller reported a reckless driver. The driver was tailgating and had her high beams on and almost caused an accident. The woman was also on her cell phone. Friday, Oct. 5 Sleeping person In Chester, a call was received that someone was sleeping in front of a church. A deputy said the individual agreed to move on. Theft reported In Quincy, a caller reported the theft of a ftrearm. More child troubles In Greenville, someone at the elementary school reported that a child threatened to kill another child. A deputy was called. Trespassing in Chilcoot A caller reported a trespasser. A deputy said the two people would work it out, but then the man called back for a civil standby. The caller said that the man returned to his property and he wanted the deputy to respond and remove the person. Fish and wildlife attempted to contact the person, but the gate to the property was locked. Getting personal information In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that someone came to her house and claimed to be from the utility company. They were in the backyard. Then she got a call from a man who was asking for personal ' information. She said she didn't provide any. Stolen package In Quincy on Main Street, a caller reported that a package was stolen from his porch. Finding a bullet hole In the Beckwourth area, a caller said that within the last week someone shot a bvJlet h01e in his window.HefotmdglaS 'klloverhi :' Theftre rted :,:: couch. Assault reported In Quincy, a deputy reported that a man was assaulted by an unknown person. Go see your mother In Greenville, a caller said she thought there was a bear in her yard. She Said she heard a noise coming from her carport. She asked dispatch to contact her son to check to see if there was a bear in the yard. They did. Quad crash At the Lumkin Ridge Road north of the Golden Trout Crossing, a caller reported a quad accident with the victim on the paved road. It was just north of the Butte County line. Drinking at the lake At Snake Lake near Quincy, a caller reported underage drinking was going on. A deputy said he was aware of the situation. In t ' ; port :thar someone broke into the waste management office. It was unknown ff office equipment was missing. A delivery flatbed truck was stolen with a plastic residential cart on the back. It had a logo on both doors. The information was transferred to CHP. The caller also said that the safe was stolen and it contained at least $5,000. Big threat made In Chester, a deputy received a report that a woman made criminal threats toward an online business. She was also going to blow up Los Angeles. Fire reported See Blotter, page 4B Request for Bids Plumas County Public Works is accepting bids Both bids are Due: Oct, 31, 2018 PROPANE FUEL - at 3:00 pm GAS/CLEAR DIESEL & FURNACE OIL - at 3:20 pm For bid packets and information log on to: http://www.countyofplumas.com/bids.aspx REQUEST FOR BIDS Plumas County Social Services is accepting bids for: One mid- to full-size SUV AND One All-wheel drive (AWD) Mini-Van. Bid Close Date: Oct. 19, 2018, at 5 p.m. For complete details, visit: http://countyofplumas.com/bids.aspx AIRLINE CAREERS START HERE Get trained as FAA certified Aviation Technician. Financial aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 877-205-4138 of innovative agricultural ing and I increasmg n Vote F for for entative for Di: care to and