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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010 3B L AW an.d {)RDER Law and Order policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office' activity log, the county correc- tional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some in- stances the charges may change after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names in ar- rests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompa- nied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a ve- hicle accident or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney de- termines there is insufficient evi- dehce to prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an au- tomobile collision does not con- stitute liability or fault. Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an incident. The CliP determines whether injuries are character- ized as minor, moderate or fatal. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests ' Beckwourth One person was arrested on charges of DUI and child abuse. Belden One person was arrested on charges of intoxication and resisting an officer. Chester One person was arrested on charges of domestic violence, assault with a deadly weapon, making threats and vandalism. One person was arrested on charges of elder abuse, resisting an officer and an allegation of violating proba- tion. One juvenile was arrested on charges of battery and theft before being released to probation ............ One person was arrested on a DUI charge. Two people were arrested in the same incident on charges of possessing paraphernalia, DO YOU WANT YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE BACK? Key to acronyms Lassen EMS, SLEMS: (Susanville) Lassen Emer- gency Medical Services IVF: Indian Valley Fire PDH: Plumas District Hospital EPHC: Eastern Plumas Health Care SIFC: Susanville Interagency Fire Center SUMMIT BUSINESS ADVISORS Mark Smith CExP, CBI CA LIC#01525569 Plumas & Lassen Counties Only Licensed & Certified Business Broker Locally Owned Confidential summitbusinessadvis0rs.com FREE Consultation 530-836-1570 Graeagle Susanville Dermotology ,iq OPEN SATURDAYS FOR ADOPTIONS ONLY 10am-2pm Keith Gross, M.D. Diplomate American Board of Dermatology Fellow American Academy of Dermatology Board Certified in Dermatology 257-7335 I possessing a controlled sub- stance, and being under the influence of a controlled substance. Graeagle Two people were arrested on DUI charges. One person was arrested on a burglary charge. Portola One person was arrested on charges of DUI, transporting a controlled substance, being under the influence of a controlled substance and an allegation of violating proba- tion. One person was arrested on an allegation of violating parole. Quincy Four people were arrested on DUI charges. One person was arrested on an intoxication charge. One person was arrested on a charge of riding a horse while under the influence. One person was arrested on a charge of possessing para- phernalia and an allegation of violating probation. One person was arrested on an allegation of violating probation. Medical Sunday, Oct. 31 Sick: In Quincy, a caller requested medical aid for a female with general illness. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged. Cardiac: In Chester, a caller reported a female with chest pains. The call was trans- ferred to SIFC and informa- tion was given to a deputy. Airway: In Quincy, some- one reported a male with difficulty breathing. The call was transferred to PDH. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged. Monday, Nov. 1 Diabetic: In Quincy,. an ambulance was requested for a mother who was diabetic. The call was transferred to PDH. Quincy Fire and an ambulance were paged.' Unknown Malady: In Chester, someone reported a grandfather just collapsed. The call was transferred to SIFC. Cardiac: In Chilcoot, a caller requested medical aid for his father who was having chest pains. The call was trans- ferred to EPDH, and Sierra Valley Fire was paged. A deputy was advised. Tuesday, Nov. 2 Airway: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for a male who was breathing but unresponsive. The call was transferred to EPHC and Portola Fire was paged. Unknown Malady: In Greenville, a caller requested fire for a medical aid. Indian Valley Fire was paged. Cardiac: In Quincy, so/neone requested an ambulance for chest pain. The call was transferred to EPHC, and Graeagle Fire was paged and responding. Stroke: In Chilcoot, a caller requested an ambulance for her grandma who was having stroke-like symptoms. The call was transferred to EPDH, and Sierra Valley Fire was paged. Fall: In Graeagle, someone requested n ambulance for an elderly female who fell and hit her head. The call was transferred to EPHC, and Graeagle Fire was paged and responded. Thursday, Nov. 4 Airway: In Greenville, a caller requested medical aid for a male with shortness of breath. The call was trans- ferred to SLEMS, and IV Fire was paged. Cardiac: In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for herself for chest pains. The call was transferred to EPHC, and Portola Fire was paged. Miscellaneous Saturday, Oct. 30 Truck Hunting: In Caribou, two males were reportedly We're Here To Help'. By Patty Miller & John Banks Court Mandated and DMV Required Programs Now including the 11550 H&S Treatment Program! Offered countywide at these locations: Chester - 372 Main St, Greenville - 430 Main St. Portola - 500 First Avenue ency _ 2288 E. Main St., Jackson Ste. For more information, call le O (530) 283-0678' I eie Plu mas Sie::cas:itma'?aUh?ni:Y SI u ti ns lel. I'i, What does skin cancer look like? The skin cancer which occurs most commonly is basal cell car- cinoma. It may appear as small non-healing sores or bumps on the skin. These should be diagnosed and treated early as their continued growth makes treatment more difficult. If you have any questions about a possible skin cancer, be sure and consult a board-certified dermatologist. SEEING PATIENTS NOVEMBER 23, 2010 Skin Cancer Specialist Skin Cancer Screening Skin Cancer Surgery Acne Moles Skin Diseases Fruit Peels 1810 First Street Susanville i lost hunting. The reporting party advised they parked their truck and hiked out and were now unable to locate it. The caller said they had light rifles and water. The call was transferred to the Search and Rescue coordinator. S&R was paged. An officer reported the men were located. Sunday, Oct. 31 Shocking: In Quincy, some- one reported four boys were shooting Airsoft guns at each other at a park. A deputy advised they were gone on arrival. Wednesday, Nov. 3 Hit-and-Run: In Quincy, a caller reported a student was hit by a car and the car drove away. The caller advised the student didn't need an ambulance but was upset. The student didn't have a vehicle description at the moment because he was upset. The call was transferred to CHP. Squirrel Hooligans: In Greenville, a caller reported a bus parked at the high school was vandalized the night before or that morning. A maintenance worker was standing by to talk to a deputy. A deputy advised it wasn't a crime; the damage was done by squirrels. Vandalism: In Chester, a deputy reported $4,000 in vandalism to a utility dis- trict's treatment facility. Legal Drugs: In Quincy, a caller requested a deputy for a patient causing a fight in the ER over meds. A detective advised the parties agreed to keep the peace. Thursday, Nov. 4 Hit-and-Run: In Quincy, a caller reported her daugh- ter was hit by a vehicle while riding her bike and the vehicle didn't stop. The caller didn't have a vehicle description. The call was transferred to CHP. cHP REPORT Adjustment, Oct. 29 An undisclosed minor, 15, was driving westbound on Bucks Lake Road at a stated speed of 35 mph while traversing a curve to the left. According to CHP, the minor looked down to adjust an iPod and allegedly allowed the vehicle to leave the north roadway edge of Bucks Lake Road. The vehicle went into a ditch and rolled onto its left side before coming to rest facing west. No injuries were reported. 0vercorrecUon, Nov. 1 An undisclosed minor, 17, was driving northbound on North Valley Road. CHP reported the minor was traveling at an unsafe speed. As the minor ap- proached a right turn, the speed of the vehicle allowed the right tires to get into the dirt of the east shoulder. The minor overcorrected and drove across both lanes before driving onto the west shoulder. The left middle of the vehicle collided into a tree. No injuries were reported. The great unknown, Oct. 29 Dante Norris, of Chico, had his 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix parked on the south shoulder of the roadway of Mojave Trail. On an unknown date, an unknown vehicle allegedly drifted to the right and struck the left rear of Norris' vehicle and then fled the scene. There were no injuries. Bike, Nov. 3 Peter Hochrein, 56, of Quincy was stopped in a 2003 for Windstar minivan in the driveway of the USFS office, waiting for traffic to clear so he could make a right turn onto SR-70. As the traffic cleared, Hochrein began to make his right turn into the roadway. An undisclosed minor, attempted to pass'in front of Hochrein on a bicycle. Hochrein applied his brakes and as the van came to a stop, the left front struck the left side of the minor's bicycle. No injuries were reported. Hit-and-run, Nov. 4 Sebra Arieta, 18, of Quincy was riding her bicycle north- bound on First Street when she was allegedly struck from behind by a motor vehicle. Arieta and her bicycle fell down on the asphalt roadway but received no injuries. The suspect vehicle, de- scribed as a silver-colored sedan, fled the scene. Anyone with information regarding the identity of the vehicle or driver can contact the CHP Quincy office. Collision, Nov. 6 Around 2 p.m. on Nov. 6, Sierra County Deputy Jacob Murray, 30, of Downieville, was traveling northbound across the parking lot at 61050 SR-49 in Loyalton in a 2002 Dodge Durango patrol vehicle at a stated speed of 54 mph. James Pierce, 45, of Reno, Nev., was traveling north- bound on SR-49 in a 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle at a stated speed of 35 mph. CHP reported that an unoc- cupied vehicle was parked adjacent to the right curb and as Deputy Murray prepared to enter southbound SR-49, he al- legedly failed to notice Pierce approaching from the south. Pierce suspected Murray saw him and continued at 35 mph without decelerating. Deputy Murray entered the roadway and began to make a left turn as Pierce was ap- proximately 78-100 feet south of his vehicle. Pierce applied his brakes but was unable to avoid colliding with the front of the Durango. The collision caused Pierce to be vaulted off his motorcycle and come to rest on his back on the west shoulder. He was taken to Renown Medical Center. See Clip page 4B 2UI PROGRAMS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA Simple enrollment process We handle the details for you! Low fees & monthly payments Convenient class schedules & times Satellite offices available in Portola, Greenville and Chester HEW 11550(c) PROGRAM i We can help you! Pr3al MD 'a;:CStr.s: ;20;W(abC/vrthepdo;r;;fiC2f; ren quincy 530-283-9921 Right now Friends of Plumas County Animal Shelter is giving a $25 voucher #0 to help offset the cost to spat or neuter when you adopt a pet from the shelter! Chip is an unaltered about a !old. He's the sweetest dog could ever !meet. He loves life and every- thing in it! Just when we thought kitten season was over! These four kittens are short-hair and about 12 weeks old. We have many I1,, { different colors and ages of kittens. Irl Shelter hours are Monday and Friday 8am-5pm, Wednesdays 10-7pm, closed 1-2pm for e e lunch and clsed weekends' Plumas AnImal ServIces charges a $10 fee and license fees are Qie $5 per year. An officer will deliver a pet to the adopting party's veterinary of choice to have the animal altered In completion of the adoption requirement, For more Information, call J oe [ 283-3673 or visit plumasanlmalservlces.com, eeoo -"----"-'-  VALLEY ANIMAL "OSPITI' and Flea & Tick products 283-4500 'tl 4(/ ,,,z Alta & Lee Rd. Quincy .... -I'Ve