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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015 3B LAW ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the SherilFs Blott is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County SherilFs OfFice. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Nov. 3, to Monday, Nov. 9, there were 195 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 13 arrests, 24 medical responses and one fire response. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 11 -- Domestic disturbances 9 -- Vehicle accidents 6 -- Deer struck by motor vehicles 6 -- Reports of loose or barking dogs 4 -- Reports of theft or burglary 2 -- Reports of a bear in a residential area ARRESTS Blairsden One arrested on charges of aggravated battery and spouse abuse. Greenville One arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. One arrested on possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating parole. Portola One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on charges of public intoxication and violating probation. One arrested on a charge'of DUI. Quincy One arrested on charges of disobeying a court order and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of threatening bodily harm. One arrested on charges of public intoxication and threatening bodily harm. One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on acharge of violating probation. Sloat One arrested DUI. on a charge of MISCELLANEOUS Monday, Nov. 2 Crazy situation A woman in Quincy called repeatedly to say that she was living with a crazy person. A deputy responded to the residence. One person was arrested on a charge of violating probation. Tuesday, Nov. 3 Midnight gunshots A caller in Sattley said she woke up just after midnight to the sound of someone starting her tractor. She said her husband ran outside and then she heard two g nshots. Her husband reportedly shot out the front tire of a suspect's vehicle. A short time later, a suspicious gold Honda sedan with Nevada plates was contacted by a Caltrans worker atthe gas station in Sierraville. The driver told the worker he was waiting for a friend to get off work. Highway hunters A caller on Highway 36 at the Causeway near Chester reported three males were shooting at ducks from the roadway. Theft A caller in Quincy reported the theft of a skateboard valued at $300. Concerned about a child Child Protective Services requested a night-time welfare check on a 6-year-old in Portola because of reports that the child was always dirty and didn't have enough food to eat. A deputy attempted to check on the child three times. There was no answer at the door and there was a padlock on the outside of the trailer. Gun found A caller in Chester reported finding a small handgun inside an apartment that her daughter just moved into. A deputy responded and found that the gun had been reported stolen. Wednesday, Nov. 4 Bomb found A deputy investigating a burglary to a cabin in Blairsden discovered a pipe bomb in the residence. The Butte County bomb squad was notified. Graeagle fire responded for a stand-by. Suspicious customer A merchant in Quincy said a woman was attempting to order a pizza by phone. When the merchant ran the credit card informationor the purchase, it came back as being stolen. A sergeant responded to the location where the woman made the call to order the pizza. The officer was not able to locate the woman. According to other people at the residence, the woman had left town. Two deer struck A driver on Highway 89 near Clio reported hitting two deer at once. The caller said the vehicle was still drivable but was damaged. Something stinks A caller at a residence along Highway 70 near Quincy reported a strong chemical smell coming from her neighbor's residence. A sergeant reported that a skunk had sprayed the area. Thursday, Nov. 5 Hogging the bathroom A caller in Portola reported that a man had been in the library bathroom for a haft-hour. The caller wanted a deputy to ask the man -- who had been hanging around the library for about 90 minutes -- to leave. A deputy responded and the man was counseled on the proper use of a restroom and public restroom protocol. Pot machine problem A caller in Greenville. reported that his girlfriend stole his marijuana processing machine. Friday, Nov. 6 Theft A caller at a Quincy business reported that vending machines had been broken into. CliP, from page 2B Lee Valdez, 22, of Loyalton was driving his 1996 Toyota northbound at a stated speed of 55 mph. The highway was icy and wet. Valdez's speed was unsafe for road conditions and he lost control of the vehicle. The car went over the east edge of the highway and hit a dirt embankment. The Toyota rolled and came to rest on its roof facing north. Valdez was wearing his seat belt. He was not injured. Highway 70, Nov. 9 Emilee Pruitt, 29, of Portola was driving her 2003 Toyota Corolla eastbound, just west of Maddalena Road. Her stated speed was 55 mph. At about 5:46 a.m., she attempted to negotiate an icy curve. The tires lost traction and the Toyota began to spin clockwise. The Corolla slid sideways while traveling east. It careened into the irrigation ditch on the north side of the highway. Then the vehicle flipped and came to rest on its roof. Pruitt climbed out the broken rear window and walked up to the highway. Within one minute, a Caltrans plow truck and the CHP arrived and assisted the driver. Sfie had been wearing her seat belt and was unharmed. Any further information will be included in the form of a supplemental report. Beckwourth Calpine Road, Nov. 9 Weather conditions were cold, cloudy and icy. At approximately 7:30 a.m., Cassidy Harvey, 21, of Calpine, was driving his 2000 Dodge Dakota northbound. His stated speed was 65 mph. Just south of Carmen Valley Road he exited a curve. Harvey reported the rear tires of the pickup began to skid out to the left. He lost control of the vehicle. The truck slid off the east road edge and up a dirt embankment. The Dodge rolled over and collided with a barbwire fence. The vehicle landed on its wheels, facing west. Harvey was wearing his safety restraint and suffered only minor injuries. He was not transported to the hospital. Highway 70, west of Big Grizzly Creek, Nov. 9 Scott Peterson, 46, of Reno, Nevada, was driving his 2013 Toyota Camry westbound. At 3:35 p.m., weather conditions were cold and wet. A light rain was failing. Peterson was traveling at a stated speed of 60 - 65 mph. While under the influence of alcohol, the driver attempted to negotiate a right hand curve. Instead he lost control of his vehicle and veered off the road. The Toyota struck a dirt and rock embankment on the north shoulder. The Camry continued west along the base of the embankment. The front of the Toyota finally hit ametal guardrail and slowed to a stop. Peterson was wearing his safety belt when the vehicle's airbags deployed. The driver sustained minor injuries. He was contacted by an unidentified party and CHP located the collision scene. CHP arrested the man for driving under the influence of alcohol. Highway 89, Nov. 10 At about 8:30 a.m., Adrianne Vaughn, 34, of Greenville was driving a 2003 Ford F-350 northbound. She was south of Canyon Dam and her stated speed was 45 mph. The road was wet and icy. The vehicle began sliding to its right and off the road. Vaughn attempted to keep the truck on the highway but was unsuccessful. The right front of the Ford hit a dirt embankment. The impact forced the vehicle to its left and back across the road. Then the pickup slid off the west road edge and collided head-on into another dirt embankment. Vaughn was utilizing her safety restraint at the time and received only minor injuries. Genesee Road, Nov. 12 This incident occurred east of Grizzly Road. At approximately 7:30 a.m., David Alexander, 61, of Greenville was driving his 1999 Nissan Frontier westbound. His stated speed was 35 - 40 mph. From the north shoulder, a deer ran across Alexander's path. The driver swerved to the right in an attempt to avoid hitting the deer. He drove onto the north shoulder colliding with the dirt embankment. Then the Nissan went up the embankment and overturned onto the westbound lane blocking the lane. Alexander exited his vehicle and waited for assistance to arrive. He had been wearing his seat belt and was not injured. Highway 70, Nov. 12 Charles Franck, 73, of Clio was driving his 2014 Toyota Avalon westbound. At about 12:45 p.m., he was east of Greenhorn Ranch Road. His stated speed was 58 mph. Franck failed to see a rock on the roadway within his lane. The Toyota collided with the stone, which disabled the vehicle. The driver was able to safely maneuver his car to the north shoulder where he waited for assistance. He had been wearing his seat belt at the time and was unharmed. Playing with fire A caller on Grizzly road in Portola said he burned himself by throwing gas onto a fire. The man was crying and was hard to understand on the phone. He said he didn't want medical help because he couldn't afford it. An officer responded to assist the man and do a welfare check. The deputy transported the man to Eastern Plumas Health Care. You can run, but ... A woman in Portola asked the Sheriffs Office to try to locate a man who had recently checked out of a hospital and had not been heard from since. A deputy was able to locate the man. The man said he was fine and living with a friend. He said he didn't want his wife to know where he was .... A deputy relayed that information to the woman who called. Saturday, Nov. 7 Preoccupied A caller at a Quincy gas station reported that a customer drove away from the station at I p.m. with the pump and hose still in her tank. Still preoccupied At 2:15 p.m., a caller driving between Genesee and Taylorsville reported a white Dodge truck just drove past him with a fuel hose hanging out of the gas tank. Kitty's last ride? A caller at the gun range in Greenville reported some ~eople parked in a blue car were pulling a cat out of the car. The caller said the cat had a rope around its neck. A sergeant responded and was unable to locate the car, the people or the cat. Can't take it anymore A caller in Delleker reported that his neighbor's dog was barking again. The Brought to you by: Dr. Gregory Sawyer, DDS THE TOOTH AND NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH Head and Neck Pain: Part 2 Last week I proposed that a lot of head and neck pain symptoms can be traced to the muscles of the neck, face, or jaw and sometimes the jaw joint itself, known as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Before we can discuss the causal relationships of these structure, lets explore a little head and neck anatomy. Ready? rll keep it simple. The TMJ is a unique joint in the human body, it is the only one that not only hinges like every other joint, but also slides from front to back. This property allows you to jut your jaw forward to bite your front teeth edge to edge and also let it settle back and bite down powerfully with your molars. The lower jaw (or mandible) is the only moveable component, while the upper jaw (maxilla) is connected to the other bones of the skull. There are four primary muscles that operate the jaw and several others that assist.The mandible sort of floats in it's position, being supported only by muscles and ligaments. There are countless possible locations for the mandible, but generally one most ideal location for the joint that is usually the most comfortable.This is called the centric hinge axis. It is best if this ideal hinge axis coincides with idea and most comfortable bite position of the teeth. If these factors are not coordinated it doesn't feel very good. The muscles get very tired, tense and chronically contracted. This can cause severe head, neck and headache pain. The headaches can feel as severe as the classic migraine. Find out more about treatment options next week. Family Dentistry and Orthodontics 2034 E. Main St., Quincy, Ca 95971 (530) 283-2811 Your advertisement: mail@plumasnews.com caller said it has been going on for seven years and nothing has been done about it. Vehicle vs. bear A caller on Highway 70 at Little Bear Road near Graeagle reported hitting a bear with a vehicle. The driver was injured, but reported the bear was in bad shape. The CHP responded. Sunday, Nov. 8 Accidentally serious A caller said she received an emergency message from her husband who was camping at Lower Bucks Lake with a friend. The messaged stated: "SERIOUS PROBLEM SEND SHERIFF TO MY LOCATION." The caller said neither of the men had health problems. A deputy arrived at the campsite and contacted the victim. The man said he was fine. He said he accidentally sent the message. Can't wait A caller in Chester said his soon-to-be ex-wife was selling his belongings against a court order. Monday, Nov. 9 Ready or not A caller in Cromberg said his daughter was hfiving contractions. Plumas District Hospital, Long Valley fire and Greenhorn fire were paged. Family problem A caller in Greenville said his sister and family have been at his house and his water coming from the well is a chocolate brown color. He said he believes the family did something to the well. Broken rules A caller in Quincy reported that a woman was in violation of her house,arrest rules. The caller said she wanted the woman to be returned to jail. An officer responded and the woman was taken back to the jail. Buy a new vehicle? Call me for a free quote on auto insurance. Jennifer Lewis Insurance Agent Lic #0G94962 252-5012 Fax 257-2394 ernail: jennifer.lewis2@goAAA.com 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA Don't sit back and let others do the talking for you. Express yourself in our LETTERS TO THE EDITOR email: dmcdonald@plumasnews.com