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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014 3B LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheri s Office. Those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Oct. 28, to Monday, Nov. 3, there were 219 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 17 arrests, 29 medical responses and nine fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: - ARRESTS Chester One person was arrested on charges of driving with a suspended license and violating probation. One person was arrested on a charge of being in possession of a controlled substance. One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Greenville One person was arrested on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. Portola Two people were arrested on charges of battery, possession of materials used for making counterfeit currency and conspiring to commit a crime. One person was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Three people were arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One person was arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Two people were arrested on a Charge of viol~tting probation, Quincy One person was arrested on a charge of spouse abuse. One person was arrested on charges of selling a controlled substance, public intoxication, violating probation and resisting arrest. MISCELLANEOUS Injured bear On Wednesday, Oct. 29, a deputy advised that he dispatched an injured bear on Highway 89; about a mile north of the Greenville Wye. Hanging shoes On Wednesday, Oct. 29, a caller near Jackson and Roche reported that several pairs of shoes had been thrown up over the telephone lines and were dangling there. The caller said there were about five pairs. Dog gone On Wednesday, Oct. 29, a caller in Chester said a person she knew came into her residence while she was sleeping and took her dog. Assault On Wednesday, Oct. 29, a caller in Meadow Valley reported that her boyfriend beat her while they were in the woods. She said he took offher clothes and made her ride home in the car naked. Abusive On Thursday, Oct. 30, a wOman in Quincy reported that her boyfriend ripped down the shower curtain while she was showering and has been yelling at her. She said the abuse started happening the previous night. Malfunction On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller in Crescent Mills reported that the railroad-crossing arm at the mill crossing behind the store was malfunctioning. Theft On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller on Main Street in Chester reported the theft of merchandise from a store. Horse On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller on Springs Drive in Chilcoot said he believed someone gave one of his horses rope burns on his front feet and that someone attempted to cut the locks Off his gate. Loose horses On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller on Gill Ranch Road in Cromberg reported that loose horses were headed toward Highway 70. Dog fight On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller in Quincy reported that his dog was attacked by a neighbor's pit bull and suffered an eye injury. He said he took his injured dog to the vet. Fake money On Thursday, Oct. 30, a caller on Sierra Avenue in Portola reported receiving three counterfeit $20 bills. Realistic costume On Friday, Oct. 31, a caller in Portola wanted to make sure the police knew that he would be walking around town wearing a black SWAT-type uniform as his Halloween costume. The caller said the costume would include a SWAT vest with an unloaded BB gun attached to the vest. He would also have another unloaded BB gun on a,hip holster. No deposit On Friday, Oct. 31, a caller in Portola reported a male subject at the bank was causing a disturbance. He was angry because he was not allowed to use the bathroom. Gifted dog On Friday, Oct. 31, a caller on Iron Horse Drive in Portola said that while he was at work his wife gave away the family dog. The caller said he asked the dog's new owners to give the animal back and they refused. Unknown cows On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller on Golden Feather Ranch Road in Sloat reported that six head of black Angus cows showed up on her property. Three different ranchers were Laurence MeClish, M.D. Orthopedic stem cell therapy uses your own stem cells, injecting them back into your arthritic joints, potentially reducing inflammation & pain. 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A partners, thank you all for convicted of two counts of deputy advised that the caller your excellent and dedicated felony second-degree should tile a complaint with the work in keeping Plumas burglary and one count of city. The caller was also County safe and in allowing being under the influence of advised on the proper use of our criminal justice system methamphetamine. 911. to seek and obtain justice. CRIMINAL CASE UPDATE Baker is scheduled to be Below is a sampling of the DAVID HOLLISTER sentenced Dec. 5, when he Toasted cases we have addressed this District Attorney may receive up to two years On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller past month. Should you have in county jail on North Valley Road in questions, comments or Williams made several Baker was arrested Oct. !0, TaylorsviUe reported a concerns, please do not threatening statements to his after it was discovered he smoke-detector activation in hesitate to contact me girlfriend and began to was responsible for two the home. The fh'e department directly, physically attack her to the burglaries in the Gold responded and identified the point that she grabbed a Mountain complex. In source of the smoke.., a burnt People v. Christopher Tidd knife to defend herself, admitting a significant piece of toast. On Oct. 10, Christopher Williams stopped his attack portion of each crime Baker William Tidd, 34, of Lake when his girlfriend called suggested his Skunk Almanor, was convicted of 911. methamphetamine addiction On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller felony corporal injury to a At the time of the incident was a significant factor in his in Sloat reported that he shot a child. Williams was on probation crimes. possibly rabid skunk. Tidd is scheduled to be for felony assault, for which sentenced Dec. 19, when he he received a sentence of two People v. Kenneth Said Give her a break will receive up to four years years in state prison to be On Oct. 31, Kenneth Serafin On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller in state prison, served concurrently with his Said, 20, of Quincy, was in Quincy reported that a Tidd was arrested March 5, new case. convicted of felony resisting female was standing outside after a Plumas County school For the well-being of our of an executive officer and a without a coat and appeared to employee noticed Tidd's community as a whole, it is misdemeanor violation for be in distress. The caller said 7-year-old daughter had extremely important that providing false information the woman looked like she significant welts and bruises crimes of domestic violence to a police officer in separate didn't have anywhere to go and on her lower back and are taken seriously and met incidents. believed she needed assistance, buttocks, with a fair and appropriate In the felony case, Said A deputy responded and The investigation revealed response, ingested LSD with friends reported that the woman was the defendant had caused the and responded in a violent fine. She was just taking a injuries the day prior as a People v. Sarah Ann manner. Said's friends called break from work. form of discipline due to the Conner 911 and responding deputies victim misbehaving and On Oct. 17, Sarah Conner, were met with continued Rocked acknowledged his efforts 26, of Chester, was convicted violence from Said as they On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller were excessive, of a felony violation of attempted to subdue him. in Quincy reported that her assault with intent to commit In the misdemeanor case, granddaughter, who was People v. Anthony great bodily injury. Said gave false information driving in the Canyon, said a EsquavUle Conner was arrested to a California Highway big rock rolled down and hit On Oct. 10, Anthony Jesus following an incident in Patrol officer who was her car. Esquaville Jr., 30, formerly of which she was under the investigating a crash on Shasta County, was influence of alcohol when she Bucks Lake Road in Quincy. Shattered sentenced to 32 months in got into an argument with On Saturday, Nov. 1, a caller state prison, her mother. During the Cases of interest on Main Street in Chester On Aug. 8, Esquaville was argument Conner threw There are a number of reported that an intoxicated convicted of second-degree flower pots, food and a knife upcoming cases of interest. male customer broke the burglary as a felony and it at her mother, striking her Some include: window of his truck with beer was also found that with the knife and drawing People v. Nazira Maria bottle. Esquaville had a "strike" blood with the injury. Cross (homicide case), in prior conviction. Conner is scheduled to be process of extraditing from Cows in the road Esquaville was received from sentenced Dec. 5. Peru. On Saturday, Nov, 1, a caller the custody of Shasta County, People v. Kenneth on Stampfli Lane in where he had recently been People v. Adam Baker Stringfellow (homicide case), Taylorsville reported that convicted of numerous felony On Ocl. 24, Adam Clay Jan. 5, 2015, jury trial. people should be on the lookout offenses and sentenced to for two black cows on the road four years eight months in !l )i ! about a mile east of Highway state prison. 89. Here, Esquaville and two others were found to have Wired committed a burglary of a On Sunday, Nov. 2, a caller summer house in the in Vinton reported that a cow Antelope Lake area in was stuck in a barbed-wireFebruary 2012. ALL fence offofDotta Guidici Road. f Steamers & People v. Daniel Williams Wrong door On Oct. 10, Daniel Robert Fireplace Tools On Sunday, Nov. 2, a caller Williams, 25, of Chester, was on Central Avenue in Quincy sentenced to two years in reported that an intoxicated state prison following his male kept trying to come into Aug. 8 conviction for felony her apartment. A deputy assault. 2019 East Main St., Quincy ~*., Tues-Fri contacted the male, who said Williams' arrest stemmed 9:30am-5:30pm he just went to the wrongfrom an April 29 incident in 9-83-9-9 9-9 Sat 10am-4pm apartment and that he was in which he engaged in an www.quincyhotspot.com Closed Sun & Mon the right apartment now. argument with his girlfriend who was pregnant with his Playing chicken child at the time. On Monday, Nov. 3, a caller During, the argument on Lower Williams Valley Road in Greenville reported that a dog was chasing his chickens. The caller identified the owner of the dog. The dog's owner was contacted and said the caller now had her dog and refused to give it back. After a discussion, the dog was returned to its owner. Meet rar/ 'ca/ P Don't know where to turn to for support? We are right here with emotional support, offers, information, referrals, advocacy and accompanimentPat Chase ~, and Lee Shinabarger to other agencies as needed. Everything is confidential, in SusarP,,ilfe 5c, r LMr~g in F'oztoJo" CALL the Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: (530) 283-4333 1-877-332-2754 ~or~ The Resource Center at: Northeastern Rural 283-5515 A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center Health Clinics -k Proudly Acknowledges Anderlini & McSweeney LLP Athena Long ** OB Case Coordinator Terry Anderlini is a Northern California Super Lawyer, a "~" Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and ~" Past President of the State Bar of "~ "California. November We specialize in litigation including wild * 2 014 * fire litigation and serious personal injury ~" "~ .sos Employee . LocalReferenees "~" e * Call 650-212-0001 and ask for Terry AnderliniorChrisAndersen ~ Month * tanderlini@amlawoffice.com ~. .~ candersen@amlawoffice.com .~ .~