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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 311 LAW and ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the Sheriffls Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. The following is a summary of the week's activity from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5. BY THE NUMBERS 33 reports to the CHP 30 requests for medical help 29 suspicious reports 13 arrests reported 12 reports involving animal control 11 alarms reported 10 civil reports 10 911 calls reported 10 reports of fire 9 disturbances reported 9 thefts reported 7 assaults reported 7 burglaries reported 6 requests for a welfare check 6 reports to fish and wildlire 6 traffic incidents reported 5 requests for assistance 5 reports for probation 5 reports involving drugs 5 reports involving juveniles 5 reports of assisting other agencies 4 reports of harassment 4 reports from the courts 4 reports of intoxication 4 reports of domestic violence 4 reports for mental health 3 reports involving children ARRESTS Canyon Dam The CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with disobeying a court order. Chester A deputy reported an arrest that later turned into a citation. A caller reported that a man just assaulted herself and a friend. The man smacked them both on the buttocks. The man then left, walking down the street. A deputy reported that man was initially arrested and charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. The caller reported not wanting to prosecute, so the man wasn't booked, but taken to Plumas District Hospital and cited for being under the influence of a controlled substance. Graeagle The CHP reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and with a blood alcohol content of 0.08 or higher. Greenville A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with probation violation and spousal abuse. A caller reported that a domestic violence situation had just occurred. The man left the scene. A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with driving with a suspended license. Her vehicle was towed. Portola A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with battery. The CHP received a reported of juveniles in a fight. The deputy was out with a victim at the substation. The victim told the deputy who assaulted her and where that person went. No medical was required. A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being intoxicated. A businessperson called and reported an argument between two men and a woman. No weapons were seen. The caller said it was an ongoing problem. A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. A caller reported that a woman was lying on the side of the road. An ambulance and Beckwourth Fire were paged. At the same time the CHP reported that an elderly woman with a leg injury was in the same location. Quincy The CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with driving under the influence. A caller reported seeing a hit-and-run to a parked vehicle. No injuries were reported. The information was given to deputies. The pickup was seen heading eastbound on Main Street at Bradley Street. A deputy was in pursuit of a yellow dirt bike last seen going up Mt. Hough Road. The deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with evading a peace officer and willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property/reckless driving. The probation department reported the arrest of an individual who was charged with violating probation. A caller reported hearing a man who seemed to be up a tree and yelling. A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being intoxicated and resisting arrest. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Dec. 5 Trespassing on a train In Portola, it was reported that two people refused to get CHP, from page 2B in the middle row of stalls. There was a silver Volkswagen parking in the adjacent parking stall to the west (uph~ side) facing south. As Campbell began entering the parking stall, she allowed the right front of her Tacoma to sideswipe the left rear of the parked vehicle. Campbell then aborted her parking attempt in that stall and found a different parking stall to park in. Campbell then when to the silver vehicle to look at the damage. She saw that there was a new dent and some scratches where her Tacoma had hit it. She became very upset about the collision and went into one of the restrooms at the college. She then called her mother to get advice about what to do next. Her mother told her to leave her information on the other vehicle. Campbell went back to the parking lot and saw the other vehicle leaving the parking lot. Campbell was not able to stop the other driver before the vehicle left the parking lot. Campbell then went to the CHP office in Quincy to report the collision. Campbell had been wearing her seatbelt at the time of the collision and was not injured. At this time, the exact make, model and owner of the victim-vehicle is not known. If you own this vehicle or know who does, contact CHP officer J. Stowe, #14395, at 283-1100. A vehicle inspection of the victim-vehicle will need to be conducted to confirm the type of damage, height of damage and paint transfer involved. Single-car accident, Dec. 9 At about 1:40 p.m., during the daylight hours in Indian Valley, Cameron Rodgriguez, 26, of Quincy, was driving his 2002 Dodge Dakota eastbound on North Valley Road. His rate of speed was 55 to 60 mph. While traversing a slight curve in the roadway, Rodriguez decided to adjust his stereo, momentarily taking his eyes off the road. This slight distraction allowed enough time for his vehicle to veer off of the right edge of the road and collide into a large Ponderosa pine. According to the CHP report, it was lucky for Rodriguez that he was wearing a seat belt. He only sustained minor injuries as a result of the driver side airbag striking him in the face. He was not transported for treatment. Bucks Lake Road, Dec. 9 Dale Hawkins, 60, of Novato, was driving his silver 2002 Honda CRV northbound, at a speed of 30 to 35 mph. It was about 2:30 p.m. There were visible ice patches on the road. Hawkins was driving too fast for road conditions. The Honda lost traction with the road and started to slide toward the east shoulder. The driver steered the Honda to the left in an attempt to regain control, but the CRV traveled across the northbound lane toward the opposing lane and an oncoming vehicle. Hawkins over corrected to the right. The Honda veered across the northbound lane onto the east shoulder, where the car overturned multiple times. Both Hawkins and his passenger were wearing seat belts. They exited the Honda uninjured and waited for assistance to arrive. Neither one was hurt. Come in for our "Winter Service Special" Lube, Oil & Oil filter (up to 5 qts.) 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The caller said she now owns the property. A deputy spoke to the tenant and extra patrols were put in place. Hiding in the area In Chester, a caller reported a suspicious looking man seemed to be casing the area. At the time of the call, he was hiding between some apartments and a storage unit. A deputy found and talked to the individual who agreed to move along. reported that a first-grader ran away. The child was headed toward the baseball field. The child was returned to school and someone at the school would handle the incident. Danger on the bus In Portola, a deputy received a reported from a person that a juvenile on the bus pulled a razor blade on her daughter. There was no further information. Burglary reported In Quincy, a caller reported that someone broke into a house that he is in the process of selling. He said the backdoor was opened with a crow bar, the heat was on and a child's bed was on the floor. Dispatch was then contacted by a woman who said she is in the process of buying the house. They were euroute from out of town and wanted contact with a deputy when they arrived. Following a teen In Chester, a mother reported that her daughter was on her way to Chester High School when first a car and then a van followed her. Monday, Dec. 4 Assault reported In Portola, someone from Eastern Plumas Health Care reported treating the victim of an assault. A deputy reported it was a mutual problem between two people. No one wanted to prosecute. Civil procedures were provided. It won't go away In Portola, a caller reported that a small bear was on her back porch and it wouldn't leave. She said the animal wasn't aggressive. It just wouldn't leave. It was even sleeping on her porch. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife. German shepherd in the field In Chester, a caller reported that a black German shepherd was in a field and it was being aggressive. The caller said it came after her mother. A sergeant attempted to contact the dog's owner, but no one was home. The sergeant said he would check later. The information was transferred to the animal shelter. Burglary reported A burglary was reported in Johnsville, but no further information was provided. Low flying jets In Portola, a caller reported that two military jets buzzed her house. Big, bad dog wanted In Portola, someone in the Eastern Plumas Health Care emergency room reported treating the victim of a dog bite. The suspect was a Chihuahua. The name of the dog and its owner were unknown. A deputy took the dog to the animal shelter in Quincy. Baseball bat in hand In Quincy, a caller reported a suspicious man was walking down the street swinging a small baseball bat. A deputy checked the area and was 'unable to locate him. Marl theft Near Quincy, a caller reported the theft of mail from her mailbox. She said that a check for $1,900 was missing. She saidthat she was also receiving empty envelopes from various addresses. A deputy spoke to the individual who wasn't sure if the check had been delivered, but did put a stop payment on it. Suspicious precautions In Portola, it was reported that a known woman had put a padlock on a shed on property that she no longer owns. The individual also doesn't live there. The caller said the person kept lurking around the Burglary reported In Graeagle, a call reported that someone burglarized his generator shed. He said he had pictures of the suspect's vehicle. Another assault reported In Chester, a caller reported that a man he knows hit him four days ago. He went to Seneca emergency room on his own and refused an ambulance. A sergeant reported the assault happened in Lassen County and the individual would need to go there to file a report. Theft/burglary reported In Quincy, a caller reported a theft from a storage unit. Smelly guest In Blairsden, someone on,, Weasel Way reported that ~k ;~ skunk was living under her~ ~. house. She was given the number of someone to handle the problem. Fraud reported In Quincy, a caller reported fraudulent activity on his bank account. A deputy contacted the caller and learned that the individual received a credit card bill from 2007. Runaway reported In Greenville, a caller Mail theft reported Near Quincy, a caller reported the theft of items from the mail. The caller reported that several neighbors were missing items. More mail stolen Near Quincy, another caller reported that his mail was stolen. He said there was an empty priority mail envelope left last week and he's received no mail since. Medical incident In Portola, a caller requested medical assistance for someone who fell and received a head injury. Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire were paged. The patient was transported to the hospital. Suspicious whispering Near Quincy, a caller reported that his motion detector was going off in his backyard. He said he could hear a commotion going on with his camera, but was unable to see what was happening. A deputy contacted the person who said he could hear people who were whispering and whistling to each other. The deputy said the place was clear. See Blotter, page 5B Want to save lives in Plumas County? Become a Guardian of High Sierra Animal Rescue! Gu rdian provide dy support for our important, life savin work. Read about us in this week's paper/ Your monthly donation in any amount is the surest way to help us: . Cover veterinary expenses . Provide enrichment & care Prepare for the unexpected Adopt out more dogs Save more lives! 103 Meadowridge Ln., Portola HighSierraAnimalRescue.org (530) 832-4727 or info@highsierraanimalrescue.org I I II