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Record, Reporter Courts/Cops Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2001 7" of rebates, 0.0% financing on credit approval trans., air, power steering, windows, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stero/cass., leather, alloy #39910 i! V-6, auto, i 1 locks, wheels, trans., air, power steering, power power locks, power seats, tile, cruise, AM/ leather, alloy wheels. V-6, stereo/cass, *Sale prices , include all factory rebates Cirrus 4 dr LXI power windows, t wheel, cruise, #720766 '97 Ford T-Bird LX Auto trans., a/c, power windows, locks, tilt wheel, cruise,/~/I/FM stereo/cass. aJ~oy wheels, it 112750 SALE SALE Ford F- 150 SuperCab trans., a~, power windows & , cruise, ~ stero/cassette SALE '96 Chrysler Concord LXI V6, auto trans., a/c, power steering, windows, locks, seats, tilt v,(neel, cruise, am/fro stereo/cass., CD, Leather, alloy wheels. #229809 ,,,., $9,777 Chevy S-lO , CD, #116384. SALE Ext. Cab i'99 Ford Ranger XLT SuperCab V6, auto trans, a/c, power steenng, , am/fro stereo4cass., CO, alloy wheels. #819792 SAME Town & Count j '00 Jeep Cherokee Classic 4 dr 4x4 4 Runner SR5 4x4 ;, tJit cassJco, SALE '00 Ford Explorer Umited 4x4 V-6, auto. lrans., air, powe~ windows, locks & seats, tilt, cru~e,/~/~FM stereo/cassJco, leather interior, aloy v/heels. #38313. SALE 1 F. 150 Supercab Lariat 4x4 ~, power r seats, tilt wt~el, cruise, CO, lea~er, alloy '01 Dodge Grand Caravan V-6, auto. lrans., air, ixMef ~, power locks, till cruise,/~ ste~eW ;a~s., alloy '#neets. 1130291 SALE Grand Caravan AWD b ns., air, power windows, AM/FM stereo/cassette. '01 Subaru Outback Wagon 4x4 5-spoed trans., air, power windows, power seats, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo/ cass., aJloy wheels. #601913. SALE SALE F.150 SuperCab 4x4 (50th SALE '00 Ford F-250 SuperCab 4x4 O 6 speed tr'a~., air, power steering, bit v~'~eel, crucse JI~WFM stereo. ONLY 17,500 miles. ~7555. SALE ,i~i~I i ~: '99 Ford ZX2 5-speed trans., air, power steering, AM/FM stereo.,'cass., ailo'/wheels. 0nty 37,000 miles. #13855 SALE '01 Dodge Neon Auto. trans., 4 door, air cond., power steering, tilt wheel, AM/FM stereo/ cassette. #17752. SALE '98 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 V-6, auto. t~am., a~, power w~r~o~, power locks, bit, cruise, AM/Fro stereo/ cass., CO, alloy v~'~els, only 38,000 miles. #A75296. SALE '98 Ford F-150 SuperCab Ladat 4x4 V-8, auto trans., air, power w~Jows, locks & seats, ti~t, cruise,/~WFM stereo, CO, leather seats. #897306. SALE '97 Chevy 1500 Extended Cab 4x4 '01 Jeep Grand_ Cherokee Laredo 4x4 '00 Chevy Silverado Ext. Cab V-8, 5 speed, air, power windows, locks, tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo/cass., alloy wheels. #25932. SALE O0 Ford Excursion XLT 4x4 V-lO, auto. tTans., a~, power windows, rocks seats, tilt, c~u~e,~4~m ste~ee' cassJCD, al~/wr~els. #00564. SALE CREDIT UNION DIRECT LENDING, Newspaper policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the California Highway Pa- trol activity logs in Quincy and, in some cases, SusanvUle. The fact that someone has been involved in an automo- bile accident does not consti- tute liability or fault. In addi- tion, the reporting ClIP agency determines whether in- juries in the accident are char- acterized as minor, moderate, major or fatal. Hii~hway 396, south of Mil- ford No human injuries were re- ported when a Las Vegas resi- dent hit a deer Sunday, Nov. 25, at 9p.m. Myrna Hunter, 61, was traveling southbound on Highway 395 at approximate- ly 65 mph. Somewhere South of Mil- ford, a deer ran in front of her 1979 Toyota Celica. She couldn't avoid hitting the ani- mal. She continued south and stopped at the gas station in Doyle. She then proceeded south- bound and got as far as two miles north of Highway 70 when her vehicle began to overheat. She pulled off the road and used her cell phone to contact the CHP for help. Highwrl 70, east of ChBooot No injuries were reported when a Reno resident lost control of the 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis he was dri- ving and went off the high- way Saturday, Nov. 24, at 9:30 p.m. Alva Kenneth Osborn, 71, was traveling eastbound on Highway 70 at approximately 35-40 mph. It was snowing heavily and the roadway was icy. As he ascended the hill to the east of Chilcoot, he lost control of his vehicle and ran off the south side of Highway 70. The vehicle went up against the hillside, wher it received minor damages to the left fender and both left tires were flattened. The safe speed for a t'wo- wheel drive vehicle without chains was 25 mph or less un- der those weather conditions, according to the CliP. Highway 395, north of Border- town No injuries were reported when a Portola resident hit black ice and went off the roadway Saturday, Nov 24, at 6:20 p.m. Janice Roney, 64, was dri- ving a 2002 Jeep northbound on Highway 395 in the second lane at approximately 40 mph. She was approaching the California border. According to the report, the Nevada Department of Trans- portation had sanded and salted the roadway. When Roney reached the border, she didn't realize that Cal- trans had not yet reached that area. The icy road sign had not yet been turned to face the tralTm. Roney hit black ice on the California side of the high- way and a gust of wind blew the Jeep to the right She attempted to maintain control of the vehicle, lost traction and skidded out of control. The vehicle rotated in a clockwise direction and slid off the east roadway edge. The left tires dug into the soft shoulder and the vehicle overturned onto its left side. A five-year-old passenger was also in the vehicle. lake Moderate and minor in- juries were reported when two Reno residents were in- volved in a single-vehicle in- cident Saturday, Nov. 24, at 10:10 a.m. Marian Opsahl, 81, was dri- ving a 1988 Toyota Camry eastbound on Bucks Lake Road at an unknown speed. It was raining. It had snowed earlier and the shoulders were covered with slush. Her vehicle drift- ed onto the shoulder in a curve and after traveling a short distance on the shoul- der, her vehicle struck a pow- er pole. The impact resulted in a major power outage for the Quincy/Meadow Valley area, lasting until mid.afternoon. Opsahl received minor in- juries and was transported to Plumas District Hospital in Quincy. Her passenger, Jane Trom. betta, 73, of Reno, received moderate injuries and was taken to Plumas District Hos- pital. Nighw e/70, we t of Minor injuries were report- ed when a Quincy resident went off the highway Satur- day, Nov. 24, at 5 a.m. Richard Watson, 34, was traveling eastbound on High- way 70, west of Keddie Resort Road. He attempted to negoti- ate a curve at a speed that was unsafe for the snowy con- ditions. Watson was unable to straighten the 1988 Chevy he was driving and it continued to the right and ran off the south edge of Highway 70, its rightside tires dropping into a small drainage ditch. Watson complained of back pain and was transported to PDH. Highway 396, north of the California border Minor injuries were report- ed when a Reno resident swerved to miss a deer andl lost control of the 1978 Chew she was driving. Julia Oneal, 60, was travel. ing northbound on Highway 395 in the second lane at 85 mph Friday, Nov. 2,3, at 5:15 P' l e swerved to miss a deer than ran into the roadway, and lost control of the vehi- cle. The car skidded off the east side of the roadway and overturned, coming to rest on its roof. She was transported to Washoe Medical in Reno. Oneal escaped serious in- juries because she was wear- ing her seat belt. Hillhway 70, ea=t of Highwa 49 No injuries were reported when a 17-year-old Quincy resident went off the road Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 5:20 p.m. Joseph Aasved was driving westbound on Highway 70 at approximately 56-60 mph. For an unknown reason, he lost control of his vehicle and slid sideways onto the north shoulder. The left rear of the Toyota Camry he was driving hit a flashing light post. Newq er policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Department's activity log and, in some cases, the county cor- rectional center's booking log. The newspaper does not report suspects' names in arrests for public intoxication or drunk driving (unless accompanied 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 consti- tute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney determines there is insufficient evidence to pros- ecute 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 provided by the sheriff's department. ARRESTS Monday, Nov. 26 Rape: Frank A. Berg, 24, of Lake Almanor, was arrested on an allegation of sexual as- sault. Friday, Nov. 23 Endangerment: Ronald Ox- ley, 42, of Quincy, was arrest- ed on allegations of violating probation and child endan- germent. Thursday, Nov. 22 Battery: Franklin P. Lemm, 52, of Chester, was arrested on allegations of battery and resisting arrest. Tuesday, Nov. 20 Parole: Jack Devoll, 32, of Chester, was arrested on an allegation of violating parole. Violation: Asa J. McElroy, 2,5, of Quincy, was arrested on al- legations of violating proba- tion and resisting arrest. Violation: Jason D. Thurman, 18, of Portola, was arrested on an allegation of violating a court order. Violation: Joshua T. Dixon, 19, of Portola, was arrested on allegations of violating probation and drag racing.