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:lOB Wednesday, Nov. 21,2001 '01 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo AUto t~ns:, air, power steering, power windows, power locks, tilt. cruise, AM/FM stereo/cassette, alloy wheels. #79942 4x4 '98 Ford F- 150 SuperCab Lariat 4x4 V& auto. trans., air, power windows, locks & seal& till cru~e, ~l, ff:M stereo, CO, te~ther seats. #B97306. SALE '00 Chew S-10 Ext. Cab V-6, auto trans., a/c, power steering, AM/Flvl stereo, CD, alloy wheels. #116384. SALE '97 leq 1500 Extended Cab 4x4 '99 Ford F-150 SuperCab Lariat 4x4 V-8, auto., air, power wiad~, power locks, power seats, tilt wheel, cruise, N~M stereo, CD, leather, alley wheeis. #A08041, SALE ! '99 Volvo AWD Wagon Automatic trans., air, power windows, locks, seats, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo/cassette, CD, leather, sunroof, alloy wheels. #584612. SALE '01 Subaru Outback Wagon 4x4 5-speed trans., air, power windows, power seats, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo/ cass., alloy wheels. #601913. SALE )9 Ford ZX2 5-speed trans., air, power steering, AMEM stereo/cass., alloy wheel= 0nly 37,000 miles. #13855 SALE Jeep Cherokee Classic 4 dr 4x4 6 cyL, auto. trans., air, power steering, , Alloy wheels. #t 5. SALE '99 Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab V6, auto trans, a/c, power steering, am~m stere~'eam. CD, alloy wheels. #819792 SALE '97 toyota 4 Runner SR5 4x4 ~/-6, auto. transm~s~oc, air, power steenng, power windows & locks, tilt wheel, cru=se, AM/FM stereo cassJCO, alloy wheels SALE '97 Chrysler Town & Country V-6, auto, trans., air, power windows & locks, power seats, tilt, cruise, N&TM stereo/cassette, CO, leather, alloy wheals, #489~75 SAUE '91 Ford F-150 SuperCab 4x4 XLT V-S, auto. trans., air, power ~ndows & locks, tilt, cruise, ,qlWFM stero/eassette. 9~255. SALE '01 Dodge Neon Auto. trans., 4 door, air cond,, power steering, tilt wheet, AM/FM stereo/ cassette. #17752. SALE l '00 Dod Stratus 4 Dr. Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fl stereo/cass. 0nly 21,000 miles. #265097 SALE "99 Saturn SL2 Auto trans., a/c, power steering, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fro stere cass., CD, moon roof. #336648 SALE Special Financing! '96 Ford Windstar Van V6, auto trans., a~'c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fro stereo,'cass., alloy wheels. #248594 SALE '01 Dodge Grand Caravan SALE '01 Toyota Tacoma Runner Extra Cab V-6, 5-speed trans., a/c, power steenng. windows & 'ocks, tilt wheel, cruise, FM stereo cass. CD. slldlng rear window, Only 9.400 miles. #26211. SALE '98 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 V-6, auto. trans., air, power windows. power locks, till cruise, NWFm stere(}/ cass., CO, alloy wheels, only 38,000 miles. #A75296. SALE '00 Ford F-250 SuperCab 4x4 6 spoe~ trans., air, power steonng, tilt wheel, cruise, N~M stereo. ONLY 17,500 m#es. #A47555 SALE '97 Ford T-Bird LX Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise, an m stereo/cass, alloy wheels. #112750 SALE '97 Chrysler Cirrus 4 dr LXI V-6, auto. trans., air, power power locks, tilt wheel, cruise, AM/FM stereo/cass. #720766 SALE ,477 Chrysler Concord LXl V6, auto t ans., a/c, power steering, windows, locks, seats, tilt wheel, cruise, am/fm stereo/cass., CD, Leather, alloy whee!s. #229809 SALE I CREDIT UNION UU DIRECT About alcohol Bulletin, Progressive, Too much, too many I: On ] est MIClIAI E II.Y SERGEANT They are almost always in- toxicated when it happens. Too much alcohol and people tend to do stupid things. They are usually male and in- toxicated. Not so this time. This time it was a female. An angry, intoxicated female. What occurred in Chester on Sept. 29, a Saturday night, outside of a well-known local establishment, was not that unusual. Especially when too much alcohol is involved. A male victim of an assault was lying on the ground bleeding profusely. He needed immedi- ate medical attention. An angry, intoxicated fe- male interfered with EMTs who were on the scene to ren- der aid. So Deputy Durkin, who was there to in estigate the crime, arrested her. She , was put into the back of the , patrol car, handcuffed as sus- pects always are. Then it happened. Several kicks with both of her feet, and the side window of the patrol car exploded in a shower of glass. The suspect, still in the car, was scream- ing profanities. Add another charge of vandalism. Too much alcohol and people tend to do stupid things, like try- ing to prevent emergency personnel from helping the ..... injured, or like kicking out a --= patrol car window. The day before, on Sept. 28, Seneca Hospital reported the victim of a stabbing was at their ER. Deputy Durkin in- vestigated this call also. It seems several acquaintances, CHP... Continued from page 7B roadway. According to the CHP, Newspaper policy The following cases indicate processing t~y tke Ptumas County Superior Court, The information is obtained through the court and the district attorney's office. The dates printed reflect time of pro- cessing, although the incident in question may have occurred years earlier. The fact that someone has been charged with a crime and is being processed for it does not constitute guilt un~ler the Califor- nia court system. If the district at- torney determines there is insuf- ficient evidence to continue prose- cuting the case, it may be dis- missed or the charges may be amended. In some cases, plea bar. gaining also is permitted by the court. The headlines that accom- pany each case should not be con. strued as a statement about a de. fendant's guilt or innocence; rather, the headlines are intended as short descriptions of the type of case in question. Vandalism Kalija Steele, 19, of Greenville, pled no contest last week in Plumas County Superior Court to a count of vandalism. In addition, Steele admitted violating probation. When he is sentenced Dec. 18 by Judge Ira R. Kaufman, he will receive no more than a year in jail. Prison expected Westwood resident Michael Easley pied no contest last 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 aceompa. nied by a more serious charge, such as probation violation or a 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 deter. mines there is insufficient evi- dence to prosecute the case. If the amount of bail is not listed, the suspect is released without balL The newspaper attempts to list the age of suspects whenever they are provided by the sheriff's depart- ment. ARRESTS Sunday, Nov. 18 Violation: Roxanne Lyon, 44, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of violating probation. Parole hold: Timothy L. Bridgman, 33, of Greenville, was arrested on an allegation of violating parole. two males out and about in drmkmg. house and beer. too] drugs that the tance ed, a knife was the victim was leg as they all three of them, The female knife. The victim went pital to receive es to close his other two jail. Another dumb act other curred on the month, this time in Greenville. sponded to a residence. The t's blood high, very high. explain why Deput to son, then you know dumb it is guy. He is not a Just looking at him ter most people thinking of trying away with a push. said, too cause people thin Three assaults, males in jail, and hol levels three maybe? cohol and then thing really dumb routine on the beat. there was no dence to support merit about a deer. Skinner and his were week in Plumas r/or Court te 'battery injury. He is sentenced Dec. 14 Ira R. Kaufman. ceive either years in prison fense, under the plea agreement. Seven days Tonya Easley, wood, was by Plumas CountY Court Judge Ira R. to serve seven The punishment being placed on two years. Easle victed of tery and struction of a peace Six days George PowerS, tola, was Plumas County Court to serve siX for disturbing iw# William E. Quincy, pled in Plumas Court sessing meth. He tenced Dec. 11 Proposition 36 law. Friday, Nov. 16 Warrants: Wright, 30, of arrested on two from Contra Costa Thursday, Nov. 15 Violation: Ben of was an bat/on. Warrants: Kutsch, 21, of arrested, on County warrants, olatJons of Wednesday, Nov. Violation: JessiC 23, of on an court order. Tuesday, Nov. 13 Resisting:. PamelS J 45, of Quincy, on allegations probation and rest. Monday, Nov. False ID: Portola, was gations of identification forged checks.