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4B Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter LAW d ORDER BLOTTER, from page 3B carries a pistol. that her husband had assaulted her and was still in the residence: She said there was a small baby in the home. Deputies responded and arrested the man. Upper hand A caller on Circle Drive in Quincy reported there was a female with a baseball bat in his residence. The caller said the two were arguing and she had not swung the bat at him yet. Friday, Dec. 12 Power pole A caller on Williams Way in Greenville reported a power pole fire that was near structures. The caller said trees adjacent to the pole were on fire. This was the first of 29 calls reporting weather-related incidents of downed power lines and trees. Hit and run A caller on Nelson Street in Taylorsville reported hit-and-run damage to his vehicle. Stray child A caller in Greenville said a 6-year-old girl just walked into his garage and was cold. He said he didn't know where the girl's family was, A deputy later reported that the girl had walked away from her babysitter. Harassed A caller on North Gulling Street in Portola said she was being harassed by a person walking a dog in front of her house. The caller had no idea who the person was. Fraudulent calls A caller in Chilcoot reported getting several calls from someone advising that she had won a prize but also requesting $300 from her. She said the person continued to call and harass her. Grinch strikes A woman in Greenville reported someone stole a Christmas tree from her front porch. Vandalism A caller in Blairsden reported vandalism to a coin-operated washing machine. The caller said it appeared someone tried to use a crowbar to get quarters out of the machine. Harassment A caller on East Sierra Avenue in Portola reported that a man had been harassing his wife in a coffee shop. The caller said he was worried because he knows the man Strange sound A caller on West Loyalton Avenue in Portola said someone was banging on the second story outside of his home. He said he couldn't figure out how someone could be banging on the second story unless the person was hanging from the roof. Saturday, Dec. 13 Pointed gun A caller on Wolf Creek Road in Greenville reported that someone had a gun pointed at him and he was afraid the person was going to shoot. The caller later said the suspect put the gun down. A dispatcher could hear an argument taking place and the caller would not answer any questions from the dispatcher. The caller and the suspect both sounded intoxicated. Officers responded. Fistfights A caller on East High Street in Quincy said two guys were To Quafified Households Only Call one of our locations below for more information or to fill out an application* *Note: If you received assistance in 2014, you must wait until January 2015 to re-apply. New deputy Sheriff Greg Hagwood pins a badge on Plumas County's newest deputy, Tom Yockey, during a Monday, Dec. 15, ceremony at the Plumas County courthouse. Yockey is a 15-year veteran of the sheriff's office, where he has served as a corrections officer and sergeant. The Iongtime Portola resident will be attending Basic Academy at Butte College from January to June 2015, before beginning a four-month field training program; "Tom's dedication to the sheriff's office and his strong connection to our communities will serve him well as he enters this new chapter in his career," Hagwood said. "Tom's appointment marks an ongoing trend of recruiting and hiring our local citizens to serve our communities." Photo courtesy Plumas County Sheriff's Office fighting in front of a bunch of other people. The crowd fled when a deputy arrived and the fighters agreed to keep the peace. But the combatants reportedly took the fight to the dorms at 300 Golden Eagle Ave. where they continued to brawl. Two women reportedly began fighting as well before California Highway Patrol officers arrived and 2014 Income Limits For Low Income Energy Assistance A qualified household must have a gross annual income at or below amount as shown below. Family Gross Annual Gross Monthy Size . Income Income 1 24,236 2,019 2 31,693 2,641 3 39,150 3,262 4 46,607 ' 3,883 5 54,064 4,505 6 61,521 5,126 7 62,919 5,243 8 64,318 5,359 Ce~ain additionalrestrictions do appl~ Plumas County Development Commission (183 W. Main St.) P.O. Box 319, Quincy, CA 95971 {530) 283-2466 (800) 993-5399 www.plumascdc.org ' l ' TDD (800) 735-2929 separated everyone. Sunday, Dec. 14 Battery A caller on Fourth Street in Quincy said she suspected her husband was high on drugs and was acting bizarre, making a :,. ,,mess: of the~house.~She said he , was naked, holing their two -~, ,yotmg; ehfldre~,and had just shot an arrow into the wall. She said he might be high on mushrooms. Officers responded and arrested the man on multiple charges including battery on a peace officer and child endangerment. Monday, Dec. 15 Serious fall " A caller in the Lake Almanor area requested an ambulance for a man that fell off a roof. Stolen card A woman in Quincy reported that someone was using her debit card at multiple locations. Woodcutting in LNF to be suspended Wet weather is prompting Lassen National Forest officials to suspend fuelwood cutting on the Eagle Lake Ranger District, which corresponds to Zone V on the fuelwood cutting map. District Ranger Ann Carlson recently announced temporary suspension of fuelwood cutting in Zone V will go into effect Wednesday, Dec. 31. The provision for this measure is contained in Section D.1 of the Fuelwood Cutting Requirements. The closure area can be seen on the fuelwood cutting map, which accompanies fuelwood permits when purchased. During the temporary closure, these permits will not be valid in Zone V. The closure helps to prevent resource damage and ruts from being created in roads and meadows where woodcutters drive to get to firewood. This policy was implemented during the 1995 season, and it continues to be successful in protecting National Forest roads and lands, as well as the property of adjacent landowners. Although the Eagle Lake Ranger District is closed to firewood cutting until warmer, drier weather, both the Almanor and Hat Creek districts of the Lassen National Forest will remain open to woodcutting. Depending upon the weather, Zone V is expected to reopen sometime in late May or early June. Additionally, the forest informs the public that there will be some changes to the fuelwood program in the coming year. Opportunities for green fuelwood are planned for both commercial and personal use sometime in 2015. Other details regarding the changes will soon be shared with the public. The forest is aware that there has been some misuse of the fuelwood cutting program, and woodcutters are reminded that "personal use" means just that. Those who do not observe the requirements of the fuelwood cutting permit risk losing their privileges on the Lassen National Forest. Contact the Eagle Lake Ranger District at 257-4188 for further information. CHESTER TACTICAL SPORTS Webley & Scott 20" BL, 3" Chamber 12ga $1 '~0 shot woocl or syn stock Glock 19,23,32 9ram, 40, .357 Sig Smith & Wesson Shield 9ram or 40sw Walther P22 Military 22LR ISSC M22 22LR Pink BCI LOWER Complete w/.Bullet Button and 10 Round Mag Offer expires 12/30/14 Reloading Supplies In Stock CCW Classes Offered Monthly Initial & Renewal * Advanced * Beginner ~ no minimum class size ~ 11 8-A Watson Road, Chester * (530) 258-1911 Be our friend on Facebook