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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014 3B LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals" names are reported. Those arrested should be presumed innocent until Proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Nov. 25, to Monday, Dec. 1, there were 193 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 10 arrests, 31 medical responses and 10 fire responses. There were three reports of rockslides on roads in the county. Following is a summary of the week's activity: ARRESTS Chester One arrested on charges of rape, performing a sex act against the victim's will, oral copulation, false imprisonment, violating a restraining order and violating parole. One arrested on charges of being in possession of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on charges of public intoxication and resisting arrest. Clio One DUI. arrested on a charge of Greenville One arrested on charges of spouse abuse, false imprisonment, threatening bodily harm and violating probation. One arrested on charges of resisting arrest and violating probation. vehicle headed toward his property. He suspected the driver was trying to scare him. Neighborhood watch A caller on Center Street in Quincy said some people were inside her neighbor's motor home. When she waiked outside she said they jumped into a vehicle and took off. Wednesday, Nov. 26 Horse poop A woman on Main Street in Greenville told a deputy that two people riding horses down the street left piles of horse manure on the sidewalk in front of the Way Station. The woman asked the deputy to be on the lookout for the riders and to have them come back and clean up the mess. Fore! A caller along Highway 70 in Portola said someone in a trailer park was hitting golf bails across the highway and into the Les Schwab parking lot. Hunting in the neighborhood A caller on Mountain Meadow Lane in Blairsden said a possible deer poacher was shooting in the field in the direction of the post office. The caller said it has been an ongoing problem. Abandoned vehicle The Sacramento County sheriff requested that the Plumas County sheriff attempt to contact the owner of an abandoned vehicle they located in their jurisdiction. The vehicle, registered to someone in Plumas Countyl still had the keys in the ignition. Portola One arrested on a charge of violating probation. One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Quincy One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One arrested on charges of DUI, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. 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He was curious because he thought he saw the windows from his van in another vehicle in Mexico and he wondered if someone stole his van. The sheriffs office was unable to locate the van in Taylorsville. Squatting An off-duty deputy reported possible squatters at a residence on Mill Creek Road in Quincy. The deputy said the residence should be empty because both of its owners were in jail. Dog in danger A caller on Arriba Avenue in Delleker r.eported that a man called her nephew and told him he better come and get his dog or he would kill it. She said she took her nephew to pick up the dog but the man would not answer the door. Another dog in danger A caller on Highway 70 near Mohawk said there was Laurence McClish, M.D. Orthopedic stem cell therapy uses your own stem cells, injecting them back into your arthritic joints, potentially reducing inflammation & pain. Metabolic Medicine also entails weight reduction and memory enhancement. 775-348-8100 Sierra Metabolic and Cellular Medicine 605 Sierra Rose #4, Reno Laurence McClish MD, AAOS, MS in metabolic and nutritional medicine Don't know where to turn to for support? If you have some questions or concerns about possible child sexual abuse, Please do not hesitate to ca[]: The Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: (530) 283-4333 " 1-877-332-2754 ~or~ 283-5515 for information & referrals /- A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center a white pit bull running around the roadway. It was suspected to be a dog thai had been reported missing earlier in the day. That dog was reportedly deaf. Friday, Nov. 28 Too much booze A man who had been drinking for a couple days reported that his arms were now numb and he wasn't breathing right. Stranded A caller reported that a female in a disabled vehicle had been outside all night about a mile south of Red Bridge on La Porte Road. The caller said the woman needed medical attention. The woman was transported to Plumas District Hospital. The fire department asked the California Highway Patrol to respond; noting that the vehicle -- which contained lots of valuables -- was out of gas and had a dead battery. Firefighters didn't want to leave it there. In the way A sergeant at the scene of a train derailment in the Feather River Canyon said a woman was causing problem for crews at the scene. She was reportedly getting in the way of vehicles and was told to leave the area. Theft A man on Hot Springs Road in Greenville said a .308 rifle was stolen from his vehicle. Look but don't touch A woman in Crescent Mills said she got in a confrontation with a man who wouldn't stop touching her paintings. Vandalism A caller on Whitehorn Trail in Portola reported a fifth-wheel trailer on the property had been vandalized. Mystery visitors A caller who was out of the area said a neighbor on Lee Road in Quincy messaged her to say there were lights on in her house. The caller said she didn't leave the lights on and that this had happened before. She said she could not figure out how people keep getting in. Alive and well A lady on East Main in Quincy was hanging around a store saying that her brother had died and he was still in the house. She said she wasn't going to tell the police until she told the rest of the family. She then reportedly grabbed a cashier by the face and said she would kill her if she told anyone. The woman then left on foot. A deputy responded and found the woman and took her back to the house where her brother was alive and well. Saturday, Nov. 29 Smoke A caller on Circle Drive in Quincy said that her heater had exploded and the house was full of smoke. Suspicious death A man in Taylorsville said his cat had died and that it seemed suspicious. He said he believed someone poisoned it. Traveling money A woman in Quincy said that her son stole her ATM card and left town. Bad aim? A woman on Sierra Avenue in Portola reported that some kids were throwing marble-sized balls at passing cars. She said they hit her car and she stopped to confront them. A deputy responded and a kid admitted to firing BBs" with a slingshot and accidentally hitting the car. The slingshot was confiscated. Unknown blasts Multiple callers near Snowberry and Rabbit Brush in Portola reported hearing more than 10 shots fired in the area. One caller said it was probably firecrackers. A , deputy responded to check the area and was unable to locate the origin of the sounds. Alarmed A caller on Ponderosa Drive at Lake Almanor reported an alarm went off at h6r business. She said her husband went to the business and found the back door was open and there were noticeable boot prints. There was reportedly $200 in damage. Sunday, Nov. 30 Break-in A caller in Beckwourth reported a break-in at the U.S. Forest Service's Nervino Station. Monday, Dec. 1 Another break-in A caller reported that someone broke into a storage shed at Thousand Trails Campground near Portola. Dead bear A caller on Rocky Point Road in Portola reported there was a dead bear cub at the Portola River Walk. gift of a membership. Call us today! Insurance - Travel Membership I Bob Phelps Insurance Agent Lic #0579096 252-5014 Fax 257-3762, Cell 386-3515 email: 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA CHP REPORT She was not injured. The following inciden ts are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentativesummarypending the cendusion of the investigation(s). Highway 89, Nov. 26 At 7:05 a.m. Jaime Manriquez, 54, of Yuba City, was driving north on Highway 89 in his 2005 Ford F350 van. The van contained five passengers and was towing a utility trailer. The road was icy. The vehicle was traveling at approximately 40 - 45 mph. Given the icy conditions, this was an unsafe speed, according to the CHP. Just north of Forebay Road the driver lost control of the Ford. It crossed both the northbound and southbound lanes before striking a ditch. The van overturned and came to rest on its top facing south. Afterward, all occupants exited the Ford and waited for help. Neither the driver nor any of the five passengers were injured. U.S. 395, Nov. 26 Rebecca Burke, 82, of Reno, Nevada, was driving her 2001 Toyota 4-Runner northbound on U.S. 395, 2 miles south of Highway 70, at about 2:20 p.m. She is diabetic and her blood sugar dropped, causing her to start losing consciousness. The vehicle veered to the right, went off of the road and struck a metal signposL Burke continued northbound and swerved to the left. She drove through the center divider, crossed the southbound lanes and continued into the dirt and brush. The Toyota finally came to a stop west of the southbound lanes. Quincy, Nov. 26 Two vehicles approached one another from opposite directions on Chandler Road east of Barlow Road at about 2:40 p.m. Donald Davis, 40, of Quincy, was driving eastbound in his 2011 Chevy 3500 at approximately 20 mph. Perry Greene, traveling westbound at about 5 - 10 mph, was in his 2012 Dodge 3500. Due to the narrowness of the road and the size of the pickup trucks, the left mirror of the Chevy struck the left mirror of the Dodge. There were no injuries. Quincy, Nov. 28 On Lawrence Street, west of Bradley Street, at approximately 10:10 a.m. Jason Wright, 26, of Quincy, was driving a 1996 Chevy Blazer west in the No. I lane at a stated speed of 26 mph. He was approaching the private parking lot at 546 Theatre Square. James Richins, 53, of Gridley, and a passenger were stopped in a 1991 Toyota Celica in the parking lot, facing north. Richins intended to make a left turn onto Lawrence. He failed to see the approaching traffic and pulled forward onto the street directly into the path of the Blazer. Wright was unable to stop and the front of his Blazer struck the right front of the Toyota. After the collision, the Toyota came to rest in the No. I lane of Lawrence Street facing north, against the Blazer, which was facing west against the Toyota. Wright suffered minor injuries, as did Richins' passenger. No arrests were made. See CliP, page 5B 2019 East Main St., Quincy 283-2929 Wues-Fri 9:30am-5:30pm Sat lOam-4pm Closed Sun & Man eel vur MHSA 3-YEAR PLAN '14-'15, '15-'16, '16-'17 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 i 1t