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6B Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2001 the double yellow lines and went across the two east- Newspaper policy bound lanes. Information that appears His pickup then ran off the in this column is compiledroad and went down a hill- from the California High- side, where it struck several way Patrol activity logs in trees. A resider t in the area Quincy and, in some cases,heard the collision from his Susanville. The fact that home and called 911. someone has been involved He then climbed down the in an automobile accident hillside to aid Coulter until does not constitute liability emergency personnel ar- Highway 70, east or fault. In addition, the re- rived from the CHP, Plumas of C~Nummt ~ve porting CHP agency deter- County Sheriffs Department No human injuries were re- mines whether injuries in Graeagle Fire Department ported when a Quincy resi- the accident are character- and the ambulance from dent was involved in a single- ized as minor, moderate, Eastern Plumas District Hos- vehicle incident Tuesday, major or fatal, pital. Nov. 6, at 6:45 p.m. Coulter was flown to Jonathon E. Hamilton, 18, Road, east of ~ Washoe Medical Center. was driving a 1990 Nissan on No injuries were reportedThe pickup was totaled. Highway 70 east of Clare- when a Taylorsville resident mont Drive in East Quincy. attempted to avoid a deer and Highway 70, west of P~-t~Hamilton was traveling went off the road Sunday, A Vacaville resident was westbound in the second lane Nov. 11, at 12:01 a.m. arrested and charged with*in his Nissan at approximate- Roger Cherry, 41, was dri-driving under the influence ly 40 mph. ving a 1990 Ford pickup east- Friday, Nov. 9, at 11:15 a.m. As he descended Cemetery bound on Genesee Road at an Steven Halverson was dri-Hill, he saw a deer standing unknown speed in the rain.ving a 2001 Chevy pickup in the traffic lane directly in As he entered a sharp eastbound on Highway 70, front of his vehicle. curve, a deer jumped out in east of Crystal Springs RV He began to slow by apply- front of him. Park. He was traveling at a ing his brakes, anticipating He swerved to miss the stated speed of 50 mph. the deer would leave the lane. deer, then lost control of his Due to his alleged condi-But the deer remained where vehicle on the wet roadwaytion, he lost control of his re- it was, and Hamilton applied surface, hicle in a curve and began greater pressure to his The vehicle went off the sliding sideways through the brakes. road, down an embankment, curve. When he did this, the vehi- rolled and struck a barbedThe vehicle left the roadcle went into a locked wheel wire fence, and struck a rock wall with skid and Hamilton Was un- Cherry was wearing his its left side. It became high- able to safely slow or avoid a seat belt. centered on the wall. collision. Halverson was arrested After the collision, Hamil- Hi.way 70, west Of C Road and transported to the ton drove to the right shoul- Moderate injuries were in-Plumas County jail. der and slowed to a stop. The curred when a Graeagle resi- deer ran off into the woods. dent fell asleep at the wheel Pdv~e Property and the 2000 GMC pickup henear Highway 70 Highway 395, north of Pozzolan was driving went off the No injuries were reported Minor injuries were report- road. when a Magalia, Calif., resi- ed when a Reno resident was Walter H. Coulter, 38, wasdent and a Quincy residentinvolved in a single-vehicle traveling westbound on High- were involved in an incident incident Monday, Nov. 5, at 2 way 70, west of C Road, at an Friday, Nov. 9, at 11:35 a.m. a.m. unknown speed Friday, Nov.Danta Yong, 36, of Magalia, Michael Bell, 19, was dri- 9, at 12:55 a.m. was parked on a dirt drive- ving a 1987 Chevy S10 south- Coulter said he fell asleep way in a 1977 Mercury. Shebound on Highway 395 at ap- and his vehicle crossed over was waiting for her daughter, proximately 60 mph when he Tawnya Ledyard, 34, of fellasleep at the wheel. Quincy, attempted to pass on The vehicle struck the end the left side of Young's vehi- of the guard rail that was on cle. the shoulder. Ledyard misjudged the dis-It then careened over the tance between Young's vehi- edge into a drainage ditch. cle and wooden fence. Ledyai~l~ 1988 Ford pickup struck the left front of the Mercury, causing moderate damage to both vehicles. ' Secoml Hand Treasures and Collectibles HURRY OVER! One Day Only Sale! NOVEMBER 23rd Everything in the store loam - 4:30pm ~ No Lay-Aways 72850 Hwy. 70 * 3 Miles West of Portola ATTENTION many as #0Z40935".: : 608 MAIN :ST. 1-800-280-T291- QUINCY :, 28 1112 400 W, MMN ST. 14100400-1180 Polar Valley Road No injuries were reported when the back end of the 1998 Ford pickup a Carson City resident was driving caught on fire Saturday, Nov. 3, at 4 p.m. Johnny Uhart, 44, was dri- ving westbound along Poplar Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriffs Depart- ment's activity log and, in some cases, the county correctional cen- ter's booking log. The newspaper does not report suspects" names in arrests for public intoxication or drunk driving (unless accompa- nied by a more serious charge, such as probation violation or a felony). The fact that someone has been arrested and charged ivith a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney deter- mines there is insufficient evi- dence to prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is released without bail. The newspaper attempts to list the age of suspects whenever they are prooided by the sheriff's depart- rnent. Newspaper policy The following cases indicate processing by the Plumas County Superior Court. The information is obtained through the court and the dis- trict attorney's office. The dates printed reflect time of processing, although the inci- dent in question may have oc- curred years earlier. The fact that someone has been charged with a crime and is being processed for it does not constitute guilt under the Cali- fornia court system. If the dis- trict attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to con- tinue prosecuting the case, it may be dismissed or the charges may be amended. In some cases, plea bargaining also is permitted by the court and the district attorney. The headlines that accompany OaIte. ~'~ .... :~ PLUMAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT. A lot of times, it starts with the feeling that something just isn't right. It arouses your curiosity and you be- come immediately suspi- cious. It needs to be checked out, so you take a closer look. In this case, there were too many people in the car, no seatbelts, the rear end of the car was riding too low to the ground, and the look the pas- sengers gave you as they drove by just wasn't quite right. You decide to make a 319 BIRCH ST. 14mOq S LS I Valley R.oad~ taking his fami- ly to their ranch. Uhart was traveling on the dirt road portion of Poplar Valley Road and was driving approximately 10 mph. Uhart happened to look in his mirror and saw two-foot flames coming from the back of his pickup. He stopped the vehicle im- mediately, got his family out, and rescued his dog, which ARRESTS Sunday, Nov. 11 Warrant: Gary L. Frazier, 32, of Portola, was arrested on a warrant, alleging that he vio- lated probation. Violation: Barbara Walters, 42, of Portola, waa arrested on an allegation of failing to appear for civil court. Thursday, Nov. 8 Violation: Danny Johannsen, 41, of Chester, was arrested on an allegation of violating a restraining order.- Bulletin, Prog was in the I According to th~ Uhart had two of gas in the back, clothing and food, had a car battery near the gas cans. Uhart used his to call 911. By the time tinguished, the completel3 ed on a warrant, spousal abuse with a deadly weapon. Wednesday, Nov. Warrant: Jacob A. of Merced CountY, rested on a warrant, a variety of offense. Tuesday, Nov. 6 Theft: Tom Jones, tra Costa County, ed on a warrant, theft. Violation: Thomas I 43, of Greenville, Violation: Linda G. Bennett, ed on an allegation ( 51, of Portola, was arrested ingparole. on an allegation of violating probation. Violation: Francine 36, of Greenville, Warrant: David D. E'ichner, ed on an allegation 44, of Greenville, was arrest- ing probation. each case should not be con- serve 130 days in jai~ strued as a statement about a tion, Boatright defendant's guilt or inno- to pay nearly cence; rather, the headlines Kaufman also are intended as short de- fendant's driving scriptions.of the type of case in three years. question. ~ years No contest James J. Feger, Edward Talbott, 73, of Chester, was Greenville, pled no contest weekin Plumas last week in Plumas County rior Court to three Superior Court to a count of state prison. He misdemeanor spousal abuse, two years for sales and a third 130 days prior conviction. Gerry S. Boatright, 51, of Chester, pled no contest last No contest week in Plumas County Supe- Preston Cook, 201 rior Court to drunk driving cy, pled no contest with a prior and drunk dri- in Plumas County ving with two prior convic- Court to a felony tions. For the offenses, Judge possession of meth Ira R. Kaufman placed the de- He is expected fendant on probation for five months in state years and ordered him to he is sentenced Dec. I traffic stop for the infrac- na was found in the t tions. Acting on this, This was the case on Oct. 3 tots Fraizer in Quincy. Deputy Hendrick- what son made the traffic stop. able The car stopped and the dri- garden, ver and passenger jumped ture plants, out too quickly. He ordered and identifying them back into the car. Experienced coPS Something just wasn't you it is just a right. Backup arrived in the get, form of Deputy Clem, and in- know almost vestigators Fraizer and El- that liott, who had monitored the It's a sixth traffic stop and were nearby veloped over when it went down. ing the streets Things started to fall into read place. One of the passengers things that most had a felony warrant for pos- don't see, session of methampheta- don't true, mine. He was hooked up and put in a patrol car. know when to Another person was in pos- stincts. All of this session of drug paraphenalia more. and a small haggle of mari- It's a sense juana. Deputy Hendrickson experience. All~ who is a K-9 officer, and have it. It is Deputy Clem started search- them so good i~g the vehicle incident, lead- ing to arrests. Deputy Hen- drickson's partner, Dayn, all of us safe "hit" on the trunk of the car. out on the sweets,' A bag of freshly cut marijua- the beat. I CANADIAN PRESCRIPTION Expensive Medications? A reliable Company that fills and sends your directly to you. Please contact us at: 59 Dundas ST. E. Belleviile, ON Canada KSN 1137 Toll free: 1-87%966-0567 Fax: www.canpd.com e-mail: ANNUITY ALERT... NJ. Annuities Are Q-eared Is your principal at Risk? Are your renewal interest Has your annuity a~0unt Lost Value? Can you RIM(7 Some annuit~ today are paying 7% to with NO RISK to your premium,*= You have many important questions regarding We have the ANSWERSl CALL TODAY f~r y~r FREE c~y of the