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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 3B LAW a d ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas Cotmty SherifFs Office. No individuals' names are reported. Those arrested should be presumed innocent un til proved guilty. During the period from Tuesday, Nov. 18, to Monday, Nov. 24, there were 163 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 11 arrests, 23 medical responses and seven fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: ARRESTS Blairsden One arrested on a charge of DUI. Portola One arrested on charges of being in possession of a controlled substance, disobeying a court order and violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of violating probation. Quincy One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One arrested on a charge of transporting a controlled substance. Two arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of probation violation. One arrested on a charge of battery. -, One arrestedon charges of DUI and unlaWful taking or driving of a vehicle. MISCELLANEOUS Vicious dog On Tuesday, Nov. 18, a woman on Silver Creek Road in Meadow Valley reported that a vicious pit bull had been chasing her and her kids around their property. She said it has been an ongoing problem. Shot On Tuesday, Nov. 18, a woman in Keddie said it looked like someone shot her window with a BB gun. Assault On Tuesday, Nov. 18, a caller on Bresciani Circle in ',, Quincy said a male taking " dinner to his grandmother ?- was charged by the woman, : who was brandishing a : butcher knife. e" q Choked *. On Tuesday, Nov. 18, a t , woman in Chilcoot said her  boyfriend came into her  room, woke her up, put his ) hand around her neck and choked her. She said the boyfriend was intoxicated. ', Honk ff you're noisy 6 On Thursday, Nov. 2.0, a ' man at Round Table Pizza in Quincy said a person in a car : was honking at him. The man ) thought the honking was strange and requested that a deputy respond. The deputy said the man in the car was honking because he was upset about getting a complaint for playing his music too loud. Trailer burns On Thursday, Nov. 20, a caller next to 135 Railway Ave. in Quincy said a trailer was on fire. A second caller said he was trying to knock down the flames with a hose. Quincy fire was paged and responded to the scene. The trailer (see accompanying : photo) was unoccupied. 'Falling' out On Thursday, Nov. 20, a caller on Bucks Lake Road, about 2 miles past the hospital, said a woman fell Quincy Fire Department personnel work to extinguish a trailer fire on Railway Avenue in Quincy on Thursday, Nov. 28. The trailer was unoccupied at the time of the blaze. Photo by Greg Knight out of a moving vehicle and needed an ambulance. Upon further investigation it was determined the woman, who was reportedly intoxicated, jumped out on purpose. The driver of the car was arrested on a charge of DUI. Sounds drunk On Thursday, Nov. 20, a caller reported that a man driving from Taylorsville to East Quincy was likely drunk. The caller was reportedly talking to the driver on the phone and said, based on the driver's verbal ability during the conversation and his past history, the driver was probably intoxicated. Battery On Friday, Nov. 21, a woman on Main Street in Quincy reported that a woman was attacking her inside her home. The caller said the suspect was intoxicated. The alleged attacker was arrested on a charge of battery. There goes my truck! On Friday, Nov. 21, a man on Quincy Junction Road woke up at 1:18 a.m. and saw his truck traveling down the road. The man behind the wheel was arrested on charges of DUI and unlawful taking or driving of a vehicle. Vehicle vs. tree On Friday, Nov. 21, a caller in Cromberg reported that a vehicle had crashed into a tree about 2:50 a.m. The car contained a driver and a dog. !  FREE %etltlfyoP=% Hat the purchase of a membership. Call us today! Insurance - Travel Membership Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-3515 email: 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA The caller said the driver was barely moving. The driver was flown to the hospital and the dog was turned over to Plumas County Animal Control. Probation violation On Friday, Nov. 21, a caller at Plumas District Hospital reported that a man in the office was under the influence. The caller said the man was on probation. The man was arrested on a charge of violating his probation. Turkey poaching On Saturday, Nov. 22, a caller on Williams Valley Road in Greenville said someone was turkey poaching on private property. Suspicious cameraman On Saturday, Nov. 22, a man in Quincy said a scruffy guy was watching and filming him while he was at the post office. He said the man also med him while he was driving away in his vehicle. Fight On Sunday, Nov. 23, a caller at Feather River College asked for deputies to do a patrol check following a "large physical fight." Beaten and bloodied At 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, a caller said that while he was driving over Cemetery Hill in Quincy he saw a man staggering in the center of the highway. He said the man, who was bloodied, then lay down next to the road and said he been "jumped." Car + fence = DUI At 2:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24, an off-duty officer came upon the scene of a single-vehicle accident on Highway 70 at Kitty Kat Trail near Portola. There were three people inside the Toyota that had hit a fence. One man was arrested on a charge of DUI. Another was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Stolen gas On Monday, Nov. 24, a caller at the CFN on Del!eker Road in Portola reported that a fuel line had been cut and there was a spill. Homeless and surprised On Monday, Nov. 24, a man ca Sierra Avenue in Portola said he returned to his apartment after spending 40 days in the hospital to find that he had been evicted and all of his belongings had been given away. He said he never received an eviction notice. Welcome in the season :,, !.ji: :(- ,. : o %  : " :.'% -% "i: 2 ;  . at Mistletoe Lane v. Christmas Boutique ::{%- Now through :(- __ _--- Saturday, Dec. 6th :: : >--- = 10am-5pm 181 Olscn Street, Chester Having Mare Retirement Accounts is Not the Same as Having More Money. When it comes to the number of retirement 'accounts you have, the saying "more is better" is not necessarily true. In fact, if you hold multiple accounts with various brokers, it can be difficult to keep track of your investments and to see if you're properly diversified." At the very least, multiple accounts usually mean multiple fees. Bringing your accounts to Edward Jones could help solve all that. Plus, one statement can make it easier to see if you're moving toward your goals *Diversification does not guarantee a profit or protect against loss. To learn why consolidating yor retirement accounts to Edward Jones makes sense, call your local financial advisor today. Steven R King, AAMS 530-283-4061 Financial Advisor Member SIPC 47 Bradley St. Quincy, CA 95971 PUBLIC COMMENT MHSA 3-YEAR PLAN '14-'15, '15-'16, '16-'17 Public Review: Nov. 14, 2014 - Dec. 14, 2014 The Plan is available on the Web at: (click on Mental Health) Public Hearings on Dec. 15, 2014 Noon Quincy Library Conference Room Copies of this plan are available at local libraries For more information, call Plumas County Mental Health at 283-6307 .3, UU ....  .... U.".' ........ "" I " Fire salvage and restoration projects preparing for scoping The Hat Creek Ranger District of the Lassen National Forest will soon be initiating scoping for both the Bald and Eiler fire salvage and restoration projects. The lightning-ignited Bald Fire started July 30 and burned approximately 31,420 acres of national forest system lands. The Eiler Fire began July 31 in the Thousand Lakes Wilderness and burned approximately 32,416 acres of NFS land and private inholdings. Although these fires burned at the same time and impacted the same local communities, the environmental impacts affect separate watersheds. The areas will therefore be analyzed as two separate projects. Proposed activities for both projects include salvaging fire-killed.conifers; treatment of activity slash and nonmerchantable trees; failing and/or removing hazard trees along roads and trails; site preparation and planting of burned areas with conifer seedlings; maintaining and repairing existing roads; and constructing temporary roads. A copy of the purpose and need/proposed action document will be available mid-December on the project website at dmanagement/projects. A decision regarding this proposal is expected in June 2015. Anyone interested in receiving information regarding these projects is invited to contact either Amy Harrison-Smith (Eiler project lead) or Terre Pearson-Ramirez (Bald project lead) at 257-4188. I }eadline approaching-for qrs00. property tax installment Julie White, the Plumas County treasurer and tax collector, reminds all taxpayers with secured property tax bills to pay their first installment of property taxes by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10. Payments can be made at the office in the county courthouse in Quincy. A payment box has been established outside the entrance to the courthouse for all noncash payments. This will eliminate the taxpayer having to pass through courthouse security. Taxpayers can mail their payments but should ensure that the envelope is postmarked by the Dec. 10 deadline. Payments may also be made by credit card. To pay by credit card contact Official Payments at 800-272-9829 or at Enter the jurisdiction code 1535 when prompted. There will be a nominal convenience fee charged by the credit card company for this service. First installments not received or postmarked by Dec. 10 will automatically have a 10 percent penalty added to the bill according to state law. If a tax bill has not been received, the property owner should call the tax collector's office, 283-6260, or visit Failure to receive a bill does not relieve the taxpayer of any penalties if the taxes become delinquent. 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