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4B Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter LAW and ORDER CH P, from page 3B snowstorm earlier that have to be chained up. major damage to the entire Both drivers had been at 5:44 p.m. morning. The highway was Young was exiting a rightfront end of the car including wearing their seat belts. No He was unable to negotiate a covered with a thin layer of hand curve and approaching intrusion into the engineone was injured in the right hand curve in the Quincy was driving her black packed snow and ice. Caltrans the snowplow. Her vehicle's compartment. The Pontiac collision, roadway, which was covered 2003 Pontiac Sunfu'e was actively plowing and tires lost traction with the was immediately disabled, with snow and ice. After the westbound. At approximately depositing sand to affordroad. The Sunflre began The snowplow only Grizzly Road, Nov. 29 vehicle rolled down the 5:07 a.m., her stated speed was passing traffic additional rotating out of control sustained minor damage toTwo people received minorembankment, it came to rest 25 mph. She was just west of traction on the icy road. Chain westbound on the highway the plow blade mounting injuries when their vehicle against a large tree. Upton the Spring Garden Overhead. controls were in effect with towards the snowplow, brackets and hydraulic ram. slid off the west side of Grizzly called 911 to report the Charles Pierson, 55, of R-1 conditions. This required Pierson saw the Pontiac The Sunflre came to rest Road and rolled down a collision. He and his Quincy was driving a white vehicles to use chains unless spinning out of control. He facing northeast blocking the snow-covered embankment passenger, 24-year-old Plumas County Public Works they were a pickup truck or steered as far to the right as eastbound lane of the Sunday. Anthony Upton, received 2015 Dodge Ram 2500 an automobile equipped with he could to get out of the highway. Pierson was able to Weldon Upton, 56, of Reno, minor injuries. Both were snowplow. He was traveling snow tires. The Pontiac was Sunfire's way. The front of the drive the snowplow towards Nevada, was driving a 2008 restrained by safety belts and eastbound at a stated 1-2 mph. equipped with snow tires with car hit the front of the the south shoulder of theChevrolet Trailblazer at a the side curtain air bags There had been a adequate tread, so it did not snowplow. This impact caused highway, stated speed of 45-50 mphdeployed. A Chester man was arrested According to the sheriffs last week on a charge of offme, the alleged victim is a committing lewd and 14-year-old girl. lascivious acts with a minor. Craig was transported to the Chad H. Craig, 26, was Plumas County jail where he arrested by members of the was booked and held on $50,000 Plumas County Sheriffs bail. Investigations Unit about 10 The case has been sent to the p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18, in Plumas County District Chester. Attorney's Office. Chad H. Craig nowmobiles stolen from hangar Debra Moore Deputies contacted Iversen, hangar appeared to be Staff Writer who was out of town, and targeted, since the other dmoore@plumasnews.com learned that the truck had storage facilities didn't been stored in a hangar at the show any signs of attempted An abandoned truck found Quincy airport. When theyentry. in E1 Dorado County on Nov. went to investigate, theyWhen found, Iversen's 19 led local deputies to a discovered that the hangar vehicle had been stripped bigger discovery, had been broken into and its and was no longer drivable so According to Steve Peay, a contents taken, he transported it back to detective with the Plumas According to the inventory Plumas County on a trailer. County Sheriffs Department, provided to the sheriffs He found some items and a Cal Fire representatives department by Iversen, the torn receipt in the truck, notified his office of a truck stolen items included a which he turned over to the that they had found trailer, three snowmobiles, a sheriffs department for abandoned in Camino that large amount of tools andanalysis. was registered to Meadow more. "This is an active Valley resident Jeff Iversen. Peay said that Iversen's investigation," Peay said. Pets are a lifetime commitment Maybe it's the holidays and all the stress and money issues that come with the meals, gifts, travel, etc., but it seems that a lot of people are giving their animals to the "pound" or looking to re-home them. Many of these animals are touted as old, many are not spayed or neutered and some are sick. It really makes me wonder what the intention of getting the animal was in the first place. Was the animal considered a distraction or was it so cute when a baby it was irresistible and now it's old news? Was it a gift that wasn't really wanted? Getting a pet should be a lifetime commitment. Occasionally circumstances might come up that would make re-homing a pet unavoidable, but those circumstances should be rare and life threatening. Anyanimal gives its owner 100 percent and they deserve nothing less back. That animals are just dismissed and given away or killed, especially if they are older and have spent their whole life with a family, is despicable ANIMAL TALES FRIENDS OF PLUMAS COUNTY ANIMALS and speaks to the values of the individual. We encourage people to plan ahead and be sure they will be able to care for an animal that may live for 20 years. Have a contingency plan -- family or friends that will take the pet if you should die or become sick. For short-term help in feeding your pet, Friends of PC Animals has a Crisis Food Program and can help you with dog or cat food. As long as Friends has donated food available we are more than willing to help in times of financial need with a donation of dry food to help you get by a short-money month. Friends of PC Animals will take animals as we have availability, but we have not been able to keep up with requests. It is so frustrating to get calls from someone who has 11 cats they want to get rid of and then to see ads from people who are still breeding dogs and cats. Please spay and/or neuter your pet, offer to spay/neuter your neighbor's pet and if you plan on getting a new member of the family this holiday season please adopt from a rescue. Remember, these animals will be family members and deserve the same care, love and attention every member of your family shares -- for their whole life. Have a wonderful holiday season from all the volunteers at Friends! Friends of PC Animals is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation and all donations are tax deductible. No one in Friends gets a salary and no money is spent on administrative fees. Friends is not a county entity. Tax-deductible donations can be sent to Friends, PO Box 182, Quincy, 95971, or brought to the site at 2163 E. Main St, Quincy. Thank you for your continued support. " The Plumas County Sheriff's Employees Association needs your help. Please complete this form and return it to the PCSEA if you know of a family in need of assistance this year. If we are unable to reach someone due to inaccurate or incomplete information, the family may not receive the assistance. Please provide as much information as possible. If a friend or family member is providing this information, please also provide your name and number. Full name of parent(s) Home # Physical address (mandatory): Cell phone # Message phone# Number of children, their name, age and clothing size--- please be specific re; clothing needs ie: coat 1). sex age 2). sex age 3). sex age 4). sex age. 5). sex age 6). sex age Other needs: please explain needs on another piece Food: Clothing: Both: of paper. Due to the large number of requests for assistance, we have had to place some restrictions. Age limit of children is 15 years. If assistance has been received for the past 3 years, you are ineligible for the next 3 years, unless extreme need can be proven. We cannot guarantee that forms received after December 11 will be filled, please return the form early. Additional forms are available at CPS in Quincy. Deadline for submission: Dec. 11, 2015 Mail to: PCSEA, PO Box 37, Quincy, CA 95971 If you have something you'd like to donate: Donation Drop-off Locations Quincy: Sheriff's Office, American Valley Hardware or Plumas County Clerk's Office (in Courthouse) Chester: Sheriff's substation Portola: Portola Family Resource Center Greenville: Food Pantry or mail to: EC.S.E.A., PO Box 37, Quincy, CA 95971. For more information, call Chandler Peay, 831-241-1508 Ben Hunt MD, Ben Hunt MD, FACS is now available for appointments in Quincy Building at Plumas District Hospital. Dr. Hunt specializes in General and Minimally Invasive Surgery. Please call 283-0650 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Hunt. DISTRICT HOSPITAL