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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter ~ Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 3B LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriffs Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Oct. 6, to Monday, Oct. 12, there were 239 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 14 arrests, 26 medical responses and two fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 15 -- Domestic disturbances 7 -- Deer struck by motor vehicles 6 -- Probation checks 4 -- Reports of a theft or burglary 4 -- Reports of dogs running loose 2 -- Reports of a person suffering a dog bite ARRESTS Blairsden One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Crescent Mills One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance• Chester One arrested on a charge of domestic violence. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and unlawful exhibition of a deadly weapon• One arrested on a charge of battery. One arrested on a charge of resisting arrest. One arrested on charges of spouse abuse, child endangerment, false imprisonment and resisting arrest. MISCELLANEOUS Saturday, Oct. 3 Wild wedding A caller in Spring Garden said a fight broke out at a wedding. The caller said the fight involved both males and females and that everyone involved was drunk. About three minutes later, the caller reported that a bloody male was the instigator and was being held down by other wedding guests. Greenhorn fire, Long Valley fire and a PDH ambulance were paged. A deputy showed up as well and the man covered in blood was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Sunday, Oct. 4 Dog bite A caller on East Main Street in Quincy reported that his wife was badly bitten by a dog at a restaurant and was taken to PDH. The caller said the dog (reportedly a Queensland Healer) was in the bed of a truck. A witness said the woman walked up to the truck and possibly tried to pet the dog. The truck and dog were gone when a deputy arrived. Tuesday, Oct. 6 Vehicle theft A caller on Main Street in Quincy reported that his white 1998 GMC pickup was stolen sometime during the night. Suspicious activity A caller on Loyalton Avenue in Portola reported that someone tore up the electric panel in his basement and that none of the electric outlets in his house were working. Portola One arrested on charges of Wednesday, Oct. 7 being under the influenceof, Vehicle fire ....... a controlled substance and A caller on Highway 70 violating probation, near Vinton reported that One arrested on a charge of truck was on fire along the violating probation, side of the road. Sierra Valley One arrested on a charge of fire was paged. being under the influence of a controlled substance. Thursday, Oct. 8 Suspicious question Quincy A caller in Quincy reported One arrested on charges of that her young son was being under the influence of walking down Lawrence St. a controlled substance, on the way home from school possession of a controlled when a strange man in a substance, possession of drug vehicle slowed down and paraphernalia and asked the boy if he "had very possession of marijuana, far to go." The boy said the One arrested on a charge of vehicle didn't stop, it only battery, slowed down. He said the One arrested on charges of man appeared to be in his 40s public intoxication and or 50s with dark hair and was violating probation, driving a black SUV. Sibling rivalry A caller in Portola said two brothers got off a school bus and were fighting. The Caller said the older brother was beating up the younger brother. A deputy contacted the boys' mother who said the fighting wasn't unusual. Swarmed A caller near Bucks Lake Road near Quincy requested an ambulance for a person who had suffered about 40 bee stings to the face. The call was transferred to Plumas District Hospital. Friday, Oct. 9 Unwanted A caller on Lake Davis Road outside of Portola reported there was a man who wanted to turn himself in to the jail. The man said he was wanted by the Washoe County (Nev.) probation department and would like a deputy to come and pick him up because he didn't have a vehicle. A dispatcher contacted someone at Washoe County probation who said the man was not wanted for anything. He wasn't wanted for anything in Plumas County either. No deputy was sent to pick him up. Saturday, Oct. 10 Disarmed A caller in Crescent Mills reported that a client with a gun made threatening statements. The caller said it didn't appear the client had been drinking and the caller was reportedly able to get the gun away from the client. Deputies arrived and the client was arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Sunday, Oct. 11 Domestic violence A caller in Chester said his daughter told him that her boyfriend threatened to "smash something into her head." When a dispatcher attempted to contact the daughter there was no answer• A deputy responded and the boyfriend was arrested on a charge of domestic violence. Animal abuse A caller in Quincy reported that two females were beating a small stray dog. A deputy responded and found the dog, but couldn't locate the two females. The dog was taken to the shelter. Clip REPORT The following in,ciden ts are submitted by the Quiney Area California Highway Patrol as a tenta tire summarypending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Quincy, Oct. 12 Ana Soares, 55, of Quincy was driving a 2006 Toyota Ray4 out of the SavMor parking lot. At approximately 6:13 p.m., Soares was turning right out of the parking lot and onto westbound Highway 70. The driver turned sharply. The vehicle traveled over the concrete sidewalk on the north edge of the highway. The front of the Toyota collided with the front of a parked Chevrolet pickup, within th~ parking lot The Chevrolet was occupied by a mother and properly restrained minor. Soares and her passenger were properly restrained as well. No injuries were reported as a result of this collision. Highway 70, Oct. 14 At approximately 4:12 p.m., Timmie Woods, 53, of La Quinta was driving his 2007 Chevy Impala eastbound. His stated speed was 55 mph. Just east of Old Highway, Woods This year's Grand Jury report asked: "Does Plumas County Need a County Administrative Officer?" The local League of Women Voters will discuss this question at its next meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 28. The speakers will present CORRECTION In an Oct. 14 story titled "Plumas National FOrest seeks comments on over-snow vehicle use," Feather Publishing reported an incorrect location for the first of three meetings held by the Forest Service to solicit public comment on proposed plans to manage off-snow vehicle use in the Plumas National Forest. The correct location for the Oct. 8 meeting was the Mineral Building at the Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds in Quincy. Feather Publishing regrets the error. noticed a logging truck and a black/white SUV (possibly a Toyota) stopped in the eastbound lane. Woods brought his car to a complete stop behind the SUV.. Marsha Ebersole, 42, of Greenville was driving her 2002 Mercury Cougar with two passengers eastbound on Highway 70. Just east of Old Highway, at a stated speed of 45 mph Ebersole noticed a vehicle parked on the south shoulder. She gave a space cushion for that vehicle. At this time Ebersole looked ahead and saw the Impala stopped directly ahead of her. She swerved to the right to avoid a collision, but rear-ended the Impala. The left front of the Cougar collided with the right rear of the Impala. All parties were wearing their seatbelts and no injuries were reported. Highway 70 at Clio State 40A Road, Oct. 14 At approximately 4:58 p.m., Erica Skutt-Johnson, 33, of Portola was driving a 2014 Toyota westbound approaching Clio State 40A Road. Arita Wilson, 30, of Portola was driving a 2004 Honda eastbound on Highway 70 also approaching Clio State 40A Road.Skutt-Johnson initiated a left turn onto Clio State 40A Road before it was safe to do SO. The front of the Toyota hit the front of the Honda. Both parties were wearing safety belts at the time of the collision and airbags deployed in both vehicles. Wilson was transported by Eastern Plumas Healthcare Ambulance to Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, for major injuries. Highway 70, Oct. 15 Peter Neugebauer, 44, of Carson City, Nevada, was driving a 2014 Harley Davidson eastbound. At approximately 7:05 a.m., he was west of Cromberg Cemetery Road. A deer traveled south across the road into the left front of the motorcycle. The driver was able to keep the Harley Davidson upright. He slowed down to almost a stop before allowing the Harley Davidson to fall onto its left side. Neugebauer fell in the roadway and awaited medical assistance. He was wearing a helmet and only received minor injuries. He was treated at Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. question their point of view beginning at 6 p.m. in the Quincy Public Library meeting room. County Assessor Charles Leonhardt and Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams will talk about their history with past CAOs and their opinions on the need for a CAO in the future. Both speakers are elected officials. The meeting is open to the public. The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization committed to voter education. For more information, contact Vice President Joyce Scroggs, 283-0795 or 616-0373. R publican women to meet Plumas County Republican the luncheon served at noon. V~men will meet on Carla Embertson of Tmrsday, Oct. 22, at Truckee, California Longboards Restaurant in Federation of Republican Plumas Pines. The meeting is Women Northern Division open to the public, beginning President, will install the at 11 a.m. 2016 officers, and past Betty Folchi of the Jim presidents will be honored in Beckwourth Museum will recognition of the club's 30th speak at 12:45 p.m., following anniversary. BIt£AKINO NEW6I Anderlini & McSweeney LLP Terry Anderlini is a Northern California Super Lawyer, a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and Past President of the State Bar of California. We specialize in litigation including wild fire litigation and serious personal injury cases. 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