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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008 3B LAW ORDER Law and Order policy Information that appears in this column is compiled from the Plumas County Sheriff's Office' activity log, the county correc- tional center's booking log and California Highway Patrol press releases. The Sheriff's Blotter shows initial charges. In some in- stances the charges may change after the dispatch report. We do not report suspects' names in ar- rests for public intoxication or drunken driving unless accompa- nied by another serious charge, such as probation violation, a ve- hicle accident or another felony. The fact that someone has been arrested and charged with a crime does not constitute guilt. The case may never appear in court if the district attorney de- termines there is insufficient evi- dence to prosecute. The fact that someone was involved in an au- tomobile collision does not con- stitute liability or fault. Minors are named as legal-age drivers at 16, unless they are charged with a crime in conjunction with an in- cident. The Clip determines whether injuries are character- ized as minor, moderate or fatal. SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Arrests Three people were arrested for probation violations. One person was arrested for drugs. Eight people were arrested for DUI. One person was arrested for domestic violence. Two people were arrested for traffic violations. Saturday, Dec. 6 Persistence: In Keddie, a 911 hang-up was received, On call back, dispatch spoke with a man who advised an unknown male was at his door trying to gain entry into the house. The caller said he told the m~rle he was going to call the police and he still refused to leave. An arrest was made. Fire Tuesday, Dec. 2 Flue Fire: In Crescent Mills, a caller reported a flue fire. The caller said that everyone was wasn't sureifshe needed.tobe advised the ambulance in out of the house. Crescent transported. The caller re- Greenville was on a call and Mills and Indian Valley Fire quested to speak to the med- she said it would be fine to dri- werepaged. Adeputy respond- ical dispatch. The call was vehim. ed to assist, transferred to Lassen EMS and fire was paged. Sunday, Dec. 7 Wildfire: In Portola, a caller Sick: In Greenville, a caller re- reported she found a fire be- Wednesday, Dec. 3 quested an ambulance for a hind Lake Davis while cutting Dizzy: In Quincy, a caller re- male who was ill with the flu. a Christmas tree. She tried to quested medical aid for an el- The call was transferred to the put it out, but couldn't. The derly male who was disorient- ambulance. Fire was paged call was transferred to the ed and had difficulty walking, and responding. Forest Service. PDH and fire were paged. Friday, Dec. 5 Disoriented: In Chester, a Conspiring and Controlling caller contacted 911 but she the Weather: In Quincy, a wasn't sure what her problem caller reported large amounts was. She said maybe it was of smoke in the area above the that she couldn't walk or Masonic Hall. A sergeant said think. The call was trans- he would check it out. A ferred to SIFC and Chester deputy reported it was chim- Fire was contacted for trans- ney smoke and fog. port. Sunday, Dec. 7 Structure: In Chester, a caller reported a structure fire. The call was transferred to SIFC. Monday, Dec. 8 Brush: In Portola, a brush fire was reported right off the highway, east of the Chalet View Lodge. Eastern Plumas Fire and the Forest Service were paged. Tuesday, Dec. 9 Vehicle: In Portola, CHP re- quested Sierra Valley Fire be paged for a vehicle fire. Sierra Valley Fire was paged. Structure: In Chester, a caller reported a structure on Ferrar Street behind a woodstove business. The call was trans- ferred to Susanville Intera- gency. Airway: In Greenville, a caller requested an ambulance for a female with difficulty breath- ing. The call was transferred to SLEMS and Greenville Fire was paged. Monday, Dec. 8 Depressing Thought: In Spring Garden, a caller want- ed to know if it was possible to Friday, Dec. 5 overdose on Prozac. The call Nose: In Delleker, a caller re- was transferred to PDH. ported that he sneezed 13 Greenhorn Fire and a PDH times. The caller was con- ambulance were paged and re- cerned he might need medical sponding. Greenhorn Fire was attention although he changed paged a second time. his mind. The caller was ad- vised to call back if he did Cardiac: In Chester, a 54-year- need medical attention, old female was reported with chest pains. The call was Stroke: In Greenville, a caller transferred to SIFC. reported her brother-in-law was possibly having a stroke. Ulcer: In Greenville, a caller The call was transferred to requested an ambulance as he SLEMS. Indian Valley Fire had an ulcer and wasn't feel- was paged and responded. The ing well. The call was trans- caller attempted to take him to ferred to South Lassen EMS the hospital but couldn't get and Indian Valley Fire was him in the car properly. Care- paged. A deputy responded to flight was called in. assist. Alcohol Poisoning: In Portola, Airway: In Portola, a caller re- a caller requested medical aid quested an ambulance for a for an intoxicated person. In- student having an asthma at- formation was given to EPHC. tack. The call was transferred to EPDH. No fire was paged. Wednesday, Dec. 10 Unresponsive: In Greenville, Dumpster: In Beckwourth, a someone requested an ambu- caller requested fire be paged lance for her son who wasn't for a dumpster fire. Beck- breathing. The call was trans- wourth Fire was paged and ferred to SLEMS and later reported the fire was ex- Greenville Fire was paged. Sick: In Chester, a caller re- quested an ambulance for her- self, as she was ill. The call was transferred to SIFC. A deputy was advised. Wednesday, Dec. 10 Unresponsive: In Crescent Mills, a non-responsive female possibly wasn't breathing. The call was transferred to Lassen EMS. Crescent Mills Fire was paged and responding. Diabetic: In Quincy, medical aid was requested for a female with diabetic issues. The call was transferred to PDH and Quincy Fire was paged. Unattended: In Quincy, a caller reported a large bonfire that was possibly getting in the trees. The caller said no one was around. Quincy Fire was paged and a deputy re- quested they expedite as the fire was traveling into the trees. The deputy volunteered to evacuate people nearby. Miscellaneous Tuesday, Dec. 2 Ye Olde Burglary: In Quincy at POHS Welding, a caller re- ported a stolen anvil. A deputy reported that there was a loss valued at $200. tinguished. Tuesday, Dec. 9 Pain: In Greenville, a caller Sick: In Quincy, a caller re- Wednesday, Dec. 3 Medical reported her son might need quested Fire and an ambu- Disturbing: In Portola, a caller Tuesday, Dec. 2 an ambulance as he was in lance for someone who was ill. reported a problem with a Unknown Malady: In Crescent pain. The caller was consult- PDH ambulance and Quincy neighbor. He said the person Mills, a caller reported his ing with her husband whether Fire were paged. The caller left a dead squirrel by his resi- wife was having trouble and they should drive himor get was transferred to PDH staff, dence. He also said the man wanted to be checked out, but an ambulance. The caller was pulled a fillet knife on him the night before. Graffiti: West of Lake A1- manor, a caller reported graf- fiti to her driveway and re- quested contact from a deputy. Information was given to a deputy who had an extended ETA from Greenville. A deputy reported it wasn't van- dalism. The deputy said there was construction-marking paint on dirt that could easily be removed. Theft: On the Lake Almanor Peninsula, acaller reported the theft of several household items. A reporter said at least three TVs and a microwave were stolen for a loss of $10,000. One Man Riot: In Portola, a caller reported a man just broke a window to a business and knocked over items. There was also possible dam- age to a vehicle. Always Preferred the Classic 80's Flying Vans: In Delleker, a caller reported a suspicious van. The caller advised she had seen the van in her neigh- borhood before. She said it just drives around and parks. Telephone: In Quincy, a 911 call was received from FRC The Giving Season: In with anopenline. Dispatchat- Chester, a caller reported he tempted to call back but got a lost his Browning Buckmark very long phone tree. Informa- semi-automatic. He said the tion was given to a sergeant to weapon was on top of his vehi- check at the main office. A cle and he forgot it and drove serge'ant reported that it was home. He said the weapon fell OK; a child was playing with off on the roadway at an un- thephone. known location: A deputy ad- vised that the weapon was lost Friday, Dec. 5 in Lassen County. Informa- Moving Chop Shop: In tion was given to Lassen Greenville, a caller reported Courity dispatch, a man he knew was removing the axle from his Blazer. He said three other people were with him. A deputy was un- able to locate anyone and Thursday, Dec. 4 Computer Theft: In Quincy, a caller reported theft of two Dell monitors from the multi- purpose building/associate faculty office. A sergeant re- ported the caller wasn't avail- able when he went out there and was in a meeting. See Law, page 4B CARD of THANKS Thank you for the prayers, Fred of the Baptist church. calls, cards, flowers and Thank you to all who food. helped split wood and stack Thank you to Randy and wood in our time of need. Jared Pew. Thanks to PastorThank you for all the visits at the hospital and at home. We are humbly grateful to all of you. Thank you. Love, Bob and Norma Stoy Taylorsville PLUMAS RURAL SERVICES ALIVE PROGRAM HELD THEIR 15TH ANN AL DONATION DINNER & DANCE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Thanks to the outstanding hosts at the Greenhorn Guest Ranch and the generous contributions from Plumas County businesses, we are able to provide vital services that support people with disabilities county-wide. THANK YOU! Greenville Evergreen Market * Hunter Ace Hardware * Village Drug Co. A Better Design * Main Street Antiques * Country Style Hair Care Portola Coffee Tree Express * Plumas Bank Oregano Denim Blues Etc My Scrappy Place Tangles Salon * Homestead Fabrics Napa Auto Parts * Kehoe Pharmacy Leonard's Market High Sierra Books & Gifts Graeagle Feathers * Happy Hunting Ground * Queen Bee Boutique Briar Patch * Eco Centric * Black Bear Trading Co. Quincy Alley Cat Car6 Car6 Le Coq * Plumas car6 * Pizza Factory Safeway Food & Drugs Hair It Is My Sister's Closet FuU Star 76 * Say Mor Foods * Bank of America Papa's Donuts Curves For Women Napa Auto Parts * Shear Pleasure Helen's Place * La Sierra Lanes * Radio Shack * Roper's Horses Carey Candy Co. * Ayoob's By Two Sisters * Express Coffee Shop Mile High Sandwich Shop Eagle's Nest Frame Shop/Art Gallery East Quincy Fish & Chips * Dunn's Coffee & Fine Teas Relay Station Car Wash * Golden King Restaurant * Epilog Books La Casa Bella Fine Furnishings Stoney's Country Burger Mi Casita Mexican Restaurant * Champions Pizza & Wings American Valley Hardware Quincy Tow Service & Repair Les Schwab Tire Centers * Great Northern Hair Co. Plumas Bank Pet Country Feed-N-Tack Little People - The Toy Store Taco Bell Madden Plumbing Heating & Sheet Metal Co. 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