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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 17, 2008 7B II I Joshua Sebold He allegedly became ag- The Plumas County Sher- He was arrested for bur- Staff Writer gressive after gaining entry iff's Office reported Chavez glary, battery and sexual bat- to the home, cornering the had been suspected of sexual tery in connection with this woman in the kitchen, grab-battery, rape and unlawfulmost recent incident. A man was recently arrest-bing her and exposing him- sex with a minor in that Deputy District Attorney ed in Westwood as the sus-serf. The'woman fought back, county aswell. David Hollister said pect in a frightening sexual causing the man suspected to According to the PCSO, hisChavez's case would proba- assault that allegedly oc-be Chavez to flee. criminal record includes pro- bly be prosecuted on felony curred Thursday, Nov. 13. Chavez was later arrested viding false-information, bat-. charges of first-degree bur- Rick Casey Chavez alleged-in Westwood. tery on a cohabitant, peeking glary, indecent exposure ly entered a woman's houseHe has a record in Shasta into an inhabited buildingand two types of sexual bat- in Chester under tl~e guise of County and was on probationand possession of illegal tery. selling magazines, there when he was arrested,drugs. Plumas County Investigative Sergeant Greg Hagwood re- to ask to see a business li- veiled Chavez was licensed cense and said they shouldn't to sell magazines door to let a salesman into the home. :':) door. Hagwood also explained Hagwood wanted to warn that challenging financial-";: citizens that Plumas County times and big holidays were doesn't often encounter door- both correlated with higher: c to-door salesman, except dur- ing the holiday season. He said this leaves many resi- dents unprepared to deal with them. Hagwood warned citizens than normal rates of crime.:: He asked Plumas County res idents to remain especially vigilant and report any suspi:::' clous actw tms to the sher iff's office. ;i ~lYH E ~RILLE Wine Bor Dinner Wed:Sot Ch=let Vie LODGE Full service Resort $ A A All lOW III 11~ ~PrSubied to availability" includes continental breakfast Hwy. 70 between Graeagle and Portola 800-SIO-VIEW S30-1132-SS28 with this ad and Vacation Rental Escape... Escape... Escape... a scenic vacation resort surrounded by the beautiful Sierra Nevada MO~tains Continental breakfast included www.ri Next to COyote Bar & Grill (530) 836-2552 " 1-800-696-2551 8296 Highway 89, Graeagle True Country Hospitality Enjoy your even more ... * 1500 off each night's lodging iii:: ~% (with this coupon) Now through the :end of, the year hk Santa Lee .:. . ~~ Innkeeper "1 530.283.4300 TollFree i!~i710.4300 505 Main Street * Quincy, CA 95971 One coupon por visit : CAFE C'est la ~h/ ; :f;F;~ ;~ q:h~;h ? ]]; :: ]