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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 5B BLOTTER, from page 3B that a person was bitten by her dog and was being treated in the emergency room. The dog was taken to animal control. Saturday, Oct. 7 Little people In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that a man showed up at his door and said that little people were trying to get him. A deputy requested medical assistance for the man who was then transported to Seneca Hospital. Gunshots heard In the Chester area, a caller reported hearing multiple gunshots coming from different areas, possibly from the North Shore Campground. A deputy reported that it was the opening day of duck season and there were decoys in the causeway. Missing quad In Portola, a caller reported that he left his quad parked near the Clock Park while he went and had breakfast. When he returned it was gone. A deputy reported that it was located. Missing person Near Beckwourth, a caller reported that her husband was going to Bordertown that Thursday morning. She said she had contacted Reno hospitals and hadn't located him, so she thought he was gambling. He was entered into MUPS. A deputy located the man who was then removed from the missing persons log. He requested that a deputy follow him to his house to make sure everything was OK. No hunting allowed In Quincy, it was reported that someone on an ATV had a gun and was going down the road near a water tank. It was reported that the weapon was a rifle. A deputy was unable to locate the subject. A caller reported contacting Fish and Wildlife because he thought the individual was hunting on private property. Burglary reported A caller reported that a home was burglarized off the Janesvilie Grade. The caller said they weren't in the area, but a woman could let-afleputy in through a gate. A deputy spoke to the caller who said she was last at the cabin and locked it up in early September. She said that she could see pictures from a video camera and get information from a neighbor. She said she didn't have serial numbers or a list of missing items at the time, but would return to follow up. Drug activity In QuIncy, an oiflcial at the jail reported possible drug activity. Biting burglar In Jane ville, a caller reported that a burglary occurred during the night. Dispatch was told that a neighbor had a key and a deputy could access the residence. A deputy spoke to the caller who received photos from the nei,ghbor. He said there were teeth marks on the refrigerator and thought that a bear broke into the cabin. A deputy agreed. Medical help At Four corners, Quincy Fire requested an ambulance for a downed rider at station 4 of Mt. Hough. The rider was transported by private vehicle to Four Corners. Suspicious activities In Quincy, a caller reported that he just saw four juveniles going through a vehicle. He thought they might have broke into it. The caller said that his wife went over to check and the juveniles ran off. A sergeant contacted the" registered owner of the vehicle and it was listed as suspicious circumstances at that time. Friday, Oct. 6 Vandalism reported In Chester, a caller reported someone had vandalized his vehicle. Vandalism In Portola, a deputy received information about possible vandalism. The deputy reported that it was a case of vandalism. It appeared that one neighbor shoveled dirt onto his neighbor's property. Check on student In Chester, a caller requested a welfare check on a student due to ongoing truancy. The caller called back to say the student was In school. Sometimes you know what you want ... In Portola, a caller reported being the victim of a fall. She said she didn't need an ambulance, just help getting to her car. The fire department requested an ambulance. Campus disturbance In Greenville, a caller reported that a parent was at a school causing a disturbance. While on the phone, the caller said the person calmed down and they were no longer in need of assistance. Unwanted In Portola, a caller reported that some people just dumped a vehicle and left. It was a two-door pickup. The vehicle was tagged by the CHP. Neglect reported Near Clio, a caller reported some neglected horses. The information was transferred to animal control. Medical situation In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that she was having someone do some work under house and she thought he was having a medical emergency. The information was transferred to authorities. Hit and run In Portola, a caller reported that someone did a hit and run to his fence. The possible suspect was known. Don't sell my horse In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman was carIng for her horse. She said she heard the woman was trying to sell it and wanted to talk to a deputy. A deputy explained civil procedures. The caller was asked to contact animal control the following day. Suspicious find In Quincy, it was reported that possible stolen property was found. A bicycle was reported. Assault In Quincy, a caller repo ted that a man he knew assaulted him. No medical assistance was needed and the victim didn't want to press charges. Slide reported On Highway 89 south of Dog Rock, a caller reported a rockslide. The information was transferred to the CHP. Fire reported West of Highway 89 between Clio and Graeagle, a caller reported a fire on the west side of the highway. The call was transferred to the CHP. Not so friendly In Chester, a caller reported that a woman was threatening to burn down his house. It was reported that the woman moved on to Susanville. Combative inmate In Quincy at the jail, staff requested assistance with an inmate who was being combative. A sergeant restrained the subject and was transporting the individual to behavior health. Trying to break in In Westwood, a caller reported that someone was trying to break into her house. The call was transferred to Lassen County. Lassen reported back that an officer was on scene and there was no burglary. Lost property In Chester, a caller reported misplacing his wallet when he went from one bar to the next. Thursday, Oct. 5 Eastbound on Highway 36 on the causeway near Chester, the CHP and Lassen County were notified of a vehicle traveling at speeds of 100 mph. Deputies lost visual contact with the vehicle and the pursuit was terminated. They were returning to Plumas County. The vehicle was a van with a passenger. Burglary reported At Frenchman Dam at Frenchman Lake, a caller reported that some equipment was broken into. Theft reported . In Portola, a caller reported the theft of cash from a register. The caller asked that a deputy appear to look at the video footage. A deputy reported it looked like suspicious circumstances with an employee. The employee was terminated and issued a trespass warnIng. Rock throwing incident On the Beckwourth to Genesee Road, a caller reported that a man threw a rock at his wIndow and broke something on his company vehicle. A deputy reported that he spoke to a woman who agreed to pay for the broken window. No stealing In Quincy, a caller asked that a deputy talk to his stepson who had stolen something from his teacher. A deputy did counsel the juvenile. Reading yes, but no naps In Quincy at the library, a deputy reported that a man was Made from Douglas Fir No waxes, binders or additives 100% natural wood that burns consistently hot and clean. 2019 East Main Street, *278/ton No single bag sales Please call to schedule 283-2929 Tues-Fri: 9:30am-5:30pm Sat: 10am-4pm ' Closed: Sun & Mon napping in the library with his sunglasses on. He was given a trespass warning. Tires slashed In Portola, a caller reported that someone slashed her tires. She asked to speak to a deputy. Vandalism reported In Greenville, a caller reported that a known woman vandalized a room in a boarding house. A deputy reported that it was a landlord-tenant issue and explained civil procedures. Avoiding trouble In QuIncy, a caller reported that a woman who was intoxicated was sitting in a car and she was worried that the woman might try to drive. The information was transferred to the CHP. Suspicious situation On the Eastshore of Highway 147 at Lake Almanor, a caller said that he could see about a half a dozen people on his property. He said that one looked confused and didn't make s mse. The information was transferred to authorities that reported the individual was having hallucination. A deputy reported the individual was transported to Seneca Hospital. Wednesday, Oct. 4 Trespassing In Portola, a caller reported that some people were trespassing and had stolen property off the Feather River Land Trust Property "Old Nobel Property." A deputy reported that it was a case of suspicious circumstances. Digging for cigarettes In Portola, a caller reported that juveniles were hanging out In front of a bar and digging out cigarettes. They were counseled. On the side of the road On Highway 70 in Maybe at the Sand Hut, a caller reported that a man was standing on the side of the road trying to wave down someone. The call was transferred to the CHP. Tuesday, Oct. 3 Throwing rocks In Quincy, a caller reported that Somebnethrew rocks at her window and then she hung up. She called back and said that someone threw rocks at her window and the glass shook. A deputy checked the area, but didn't locate anything suspicious. Train on fire In Clear Creek, a caller reported a fire In the rail yard and thought that a train was on fire. Two cars were loaded with lumber and the flames were shooting 20 feet into the air: The information was transferred to authorities. Monday, Oct. 2 Forced entry In QuIncy, a caller reported finding a possible forced entry into the courthouse annex. The caller found that the door was broken. No susPicious vehicles were noted in the area. Drugs at school In Quincy, a caller reported possible drug activities In the Feather River College apartments. A deputy reported that the school was to handle the issue. Welfare check In Quincy, a caller reported that an employee hadn't turned up to work for over a week. A deputy checked the individual's residence and said there were no vehicles present. He said he would try again later. There was still no contact. A deputy reported that it appeared that the Individual left with his child and didn't seem to be returning to that address. The caller later reported that the individual showed up in the office and returned the keys. He was fine. Receiving stolen property In Portola, a caller reported that the owner of a busIness was selling stolen clothing. The caller said that she had to purchase her grandson's stolen coat from the business. The individual appeared angry and wanted to talk to a deputy. A deputy reported that there was no crime and talked to the caller about the situation. Abandoned pickup In Portola, it was reported that someone left a pickup on an hidividuars property. There was no license plate. The reportIng party said that he wanted the information on file and that he would handle the situation. Shots heard Near Highway 89 and Prattville, a caller reported hearing shots beIng fn'ed in the area north of Butte Reservoir Road. Units were In the area to check. Be on the lookout Officials in Chico requested that local law enforcement be on the lookout for a man with possible mental health issues. The suspect was traveling on Highway 36. Cut meter lock In Greenville, a caller dialed 911 for a non-emergency. He called back to reported that he works for the Indian Valley Community Services District stating they found a meter lock that was cut by a customer. He was requesting a Stand-by with law enforcement so he could take care of the meter. The person Involved was directed to pay the water bill. Walk this way In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman with a walker was attempting to cross the street and was blocking traffic. While makIng the call, it was determined that the woman made it to the other side of the street and continued on her way. Not so candid camera In Quincy, a man reported that his cell phone was stolen out of his vehicle. Then he found it in a box near the manager's office. He said that some people took pictures of themselves on the phone. Taking tarps In Quincy, a caller reported that some juveniles were attempting to steal some tarps. A deputy contacted the caller and it was determined that nothing was actually taken. The juveniles had left the area. Goodbye Morn In Taylorsville, a caller said that she was on the phone with her daughter and the daughter hung up on her after only two minutes. Rocky @ Prime Rib Dinner Event proceeds benefit elk, other wildlife and their habitat II