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4B Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Ruth Ellis Per Sokol's direction, Talia release in Lassen County. Pe- nal Code for not giving a 45- staffwriter prepared the final order con- nal Code section 3058.6 (b)(1) day notice is if there is a reHis@lassennews.comfirming Herzog's removal, requires a 45-day notice,change in parole date, which Unless an appellate release is Sokol called CDCR's deci-was not the case for Herzog. Presiding Lassen County sought by the state, Talia said sion to place HerzoginLassen News of Herzog's parole Superior Court Judge F. Don- Herzog should be removed County arbitrary and capri- caused protests and concern ald Sokol ruled in favor of a from Lassen County once CD- cious, and after the hearing among residents the week of writ of mandamus filedby the CR and the judge sign the asked that a paragraph beSept. 21. Talia and Witry filed city of Susanville and Lassen court documents, added saying the residence of. the writ Tuesday, Sept. 28. County to remove convicted According to Luis Patino, Herzog in Lassen County is Lassen County Supervisor serial killer Loren Herzog public information officer for not in the best interest of the Jim Chapman attended the from the area. CDCR, a decision will not be public, hearing and said during a Sokol's decision came Mon- made regarding an appeal During arguments, O'BrienTuesday, Nov. 9, meeting of day, Nov. 8, after hearing ar- until it receives the judge's said the court's decisionthe Board of Supervisors that guments from Traci Witry,signed order, would interfere with CDCR's he thought Sokol's ruling former Lassen County senior Once the paperwork is re- decision to place Herzog in was "right on" and he was deputy counsel and Peter ceived, Patino said CDCR will LassenCounty. glad of the outcome. Talia, attorney for the city of consider all options and defer- Witry said that was a moot He said CDCR knew it Susanville, and CDCR repre- mine a course of action, point because CDCRdid not fol- didn't have a case and com- sentatives deputy attorney which may o.r may not in- low the process of notification, mended Witry and Talia for general Anthony O'Brien and elude requesting a stay of the In its response to the writ, the work they did. Kristina Lindquist, stafforder until an appealis decid- CDCR argued the time re- Witry was very happy with counsel of legal affairs of CD- ed. quired to research each of the the ruling. "I feel at least the CR. Talia and Witry argued Sokol's tentative ruling victim letters, determineLassen County community CDCR failed to meet parole said the opposition filed by their legitimacy and then de- was heard. We've been heard procedures. CDCR indicated CDCR re- termine the distance between all the way to Sacramento As arguments ended, ceived notice of Herzog's pa- the victims and Herzog's resi- and that we're not just going O'Brien requested 60 days to role in July and made the de- dence made it impossible for to sit back and let them dump find a new location and notify cision to parole him to Lassen a 45-day notice. O'Brien said murderers on us." law enforcement officials in County the first week of Sep- the state notified LCSO and Talia said the state knows the area Herzog would be tember. However, CDCR con-SPD "as soon as practical," it couldn't do what it did to placed, tacted Lassen County Sheriff which he said is stated in Pe- the city and county. However, Sokol said the Steve Warren and SusanviUenal Code 3058.6 (b)(3). "Mission accomplished as ruling should be carried out Police Chief Jeff Atkinson on- According to Talia, the on- far as I'm concerned," Talia forthwith, or immediately, ly two days prior to Herzog's ly provision he saw in the Pe- said of winning the case. Lassen National Winter has arrived at tor Center is a great place Lassen Volcanic National for winter park users to Park. The recent storms watch the park film in and colder temperatures high definition, view the have closed the road interpretive exhibits, pur- through the park to chase a cup of hot choco- vehicle traffic for the win- late and keep warm by the ter seasorr. The current stonework fireplace," snow depth at the Lake added Koontz. Helen area is 27 inches Preview the winter won- and will increase with derland on the park and each storm. Caltrans webcams "Winter recreation is ( quickly coming to life in edia/webcams.htm) looking the park drawing cross- north from the Kohm Yah- country skiers, snow- mah-nee Visitor Center shoers and snow play ac- near the southwest en- tivities," said Superinten- trance and Highway 44 at dent Darlene M. Koontz. the junction of Highway The park road is open to 89 (Lassen National Park the Manzanita Lake area Highway) near the north- on the north side and to west entrance and Man- the Kohm Yah-mah-nee zanita Lake Area. Visitor Center one mile in- For more information side the park from the regarding weather and southwest boundary, road conditions visit the Lassen Volcanic Nation- park website at al Park is open or call the out the winter. "The Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visi- Kohm Yah-mah-nee Visi- tor Center at 595-4480. BLOTTER, from page 3B Fall: In Quincy, a caller re- quested an ambulance for his father who fell and hit his head. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and Quincy Fire were paged. Lumbar: In Quincy, a woman requested medical transport for her husband, who hurt his back. The caller requested the ambulance because she was disabled and couldn't get him into the car. The call was transferred to PDH, and an ambulance was paged. Wednesday, Nov. 10 Fall: In Graeagle, a caller re- Unknown Malady: In quested an ambulance for her Cromberg, a caller requested mother who fell. Information an ambulance. The Call was was given to EPDH. An ambu- transferred to PDH, and Long Valley Fire was paged. Longlance, Graeagle, Whitehawk the Pranksters Win? In Quin- Wasn't a Cop: In Quincy, a Valley Fire was paged again and Plumas Eureka Fife were cy, a caller reported an un- caller reported she and her with no answer, Long Valley paged and responded. Infor- known person rang her door- husband heard someone near Fire copied and responded, mation was given to a deputy, bell and ran. A sergeant re- their house. The caller said ported checking the area and she and her husband walked Airway: In Graeagle, an am- Arthritis: In Portola, a caller couldn't locate anything, around and didn't find any- bulance was requested for requested an ambulance Tor a one. Dispatch advised there someone with shortness of 95-year-old female with'severe Probably One of the Least Ag- were no units on duty. The breath. The call was trans- arthritic pain. Information gravating Cases of 911 Abuse caller requested information ferred to EPHC, and fire was was given to EPDH, and Por- a Dispatcher Encounters: In paged. A paramedic was al- tola Fire were paged and re- Cromberg, dispatch received a put on file. ready on scene, sponded. Information was giv- 911 call where the laughter of Where the Wild Things Graze Thursday, Nov. 11 en to a deputy, several small children could on Your Garden: In Unknown Malady: On the be heard. The dispatcher Greenville, a caller reported a mom who grabbedpeople hunting on her proper- Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller requested medical aid the phone and said her ty. The caller reported it,was youngest child called 911. The two males. A deputy reported for his wife. The call was woman said she would coun-locating two juveniles who transferred to SIFC. sel the child, were counseled by Fish anff Game. Fall: In Quincy, a caller re- ported an elderly female fell and was bleeding. The call was transferred to PDH. An ambulance and QFD were paged and responded. Maybe a Little More Annoy- Miscellaneous ing: In Gold Mountain, a Friday, Nov. 5 caller requested to know Vandalism: In Taylorsville, a when the power was going to caller reported vandalism to be back on. The caller was ad- some of his equipment. A vised of proper 911 uses and sergeant advised it was a advised to contact the power $1,500 loss. company. Saturday, Nov. 6 Sunday, Nov. 7 Isn't Calling the Cops Letting Well at Least You Know It Hit-and-Run: In Chester, a caller reported a vehicle hit a power pole and left. The call was transferred to the CHP. A second call was received. Monday, Nov. 8 Accidental Gunshot Wound: In Chester, a caller reported someone accidentally shot himself in the ankle. A deputy confirmed it was accidental. Tuesday, Nov. 9 Trespassing: In Quincy, a caller reported three dogs rum ning in the roadway, causing a hazard. The caller was transferred to the CHP. Loitering: In Quincy, four hours later a caller reported three dogs running in the road- way. The caller said they al- most caused several accidents. The call was transferred to CHP. The caller already at- tempted to contact animal con- trol, but got no answer. Wednesday, Nov. 10 They're Probably Out of Pumpkins: Let the Cops Patrol Other Streets that Still have Unsecured Caches of Veg- etable Ammunition: In Quin- cy, a caller reported several neighborhood children threw pumpkins into the street. The caller was requesting contact. A deputy spoke to the reporter who believed it was college. students next door. A deputy couldn't make contact at the suspects' residence. The caller requested extra patrol checks. Key to acronyms Lassen EMS, SLEMS: (Susanville) Lassen Medical Services IVF: Indian Valley Fire PDH: Plumas District Hospital EPHC: Eastern Plumas Health Care SIFC: Susanville Interagency Fire Center Emergency You know, I'm pretty sure I love my wife, but man, can she push my buttons and then I go crazy and just want to hit her to make her shut-up, and sometimes I do. Now I'm scared that I will hit my kids. I need help. Call the Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center at 283-5515 and ask for a counselor. Calls are confidential. 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