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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2015 3R LAW ORDER SHERIFF'Sj BLOTTER Information in the Sheriff's Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County SherifFs Office. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innot~nt until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Dec. 15, to Monday, Dec. 21, there were 201 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 12 arrests, 32 medical responses and three fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 11 -- Probation checks 10 -- Domestic disputes 8 -- Motor vehicle accidents 6 -- Reports of a theft or burglary 5 -- Reports of large rocks or boulders in the roadway 4 -- Reports of vandalism 4 -- Medical responses for a person who fell on ice or snow 4 -- Vehicles stuck in snow or ice 2 -- Reports of fraud 2 -- Deer stuck and killed by motor vehicles ARRESTS Calpine One arrested on a charge of DUI. Chester One arrested on a charge of vandalism. One arrested on charges of spousal abuse and threatening bodily harm. Greenville One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Portola One arrested on charges of violating probation. One arrested on charges of assault with a deadly weapon, child endangerment, being under the influence of a controlled substance, public intoxication and resisting arrest. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. Quincy Two arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One arrested on a charge of battery. One arrested on charges of DUI and driving with a suspended license. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Dec. 15 Drunk and disorderly A caller on Main Street in Quincy reported that a client came in to the store who was extremely intoxicated and caused a disturbance. She said the drunken woman left and was headed back to the bar. About 20 minutes later, a caller at the bar reported the woman was making threatening statements. A deputy responded and the woman was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. A trailer home in Cromberg shows the damage sustained after night, Dec. 15. Several fire departments responded after the There were no injuries reported. Photo submitted report the fire. Graeagle and suspected the female was a Plumas/Eureka Fire were victim of domestic violence. paged to provide assistance. A deputy contacted the Plumas District Hospital was woman. The woman said she paged. Quincy Fire was had been wearing cowboy paged at 1:07 a.m. to provide a boots and accidentally rescue saw. slipped on the ice and fell. She said she had an Wednesday, Dec. 16 appointment to see a doctor. Juvenile delinquent Car fire A caller at a Quincy school A caller on Old Green Dangerous situation reported a student was being Mountain Road in Crescent A caller on Highway 70 on disruptive in the principal's Mills reported a car was onthe east end of Portola office. The caller said the fire. Indian Valley/Crescent reported a male subject was student was throwing things Mills Fire was paged. Laterwalking along the side of the and slamming chairs. About in the day, a caller contacted road at 7:30 p.m. wearing five minutes later, a second dispatchers to say he dark clothing. The caller was caller reported the student believed someone may have concerned the person was was breaking windows. A intentionally started the fire going to get hit by a car. deputy responded and the and asked to speak to a CHP was called to assist. The deputy. Friday, Dec. 18 student was released to a Burning man parent, but not before being Panty raid? A caller in Chester said a charged with vandalism, A caller in Chester male who she knew was battery and juvenile reported that underwear wasburning her clothes in front delinquency, stolen from her home. The of her house. She said he was caller said She had intoxicated and took off Trailer fire surveillance video. A deputy running toward First A caller at 10:05 p.m. responded to the residence,Avenue. reported a trailer home was but no one answered the on fire near Highway 70 in door. Stolen lights Cromberg (see photo). The A caller in Quincy reported caller wasn't sure if the Thursday, Dec. 17 the theft of Christmas lights trailer was occupied. Long Wrong kind of boots from her front yard. Valley and Greenhorn Fire A caller in Portola were paged. About five requested a welfare check for Trouble driving minuteS later, a caller from a a female employee at her A caller on Highway 70 nearby residencesaid all the residence. The caller said the near Maybe reported parties were out of the female came to work with a following a car about 7:30 burning trailer. Several head injury and chunks of p.m. that appeared to have an residents in the area called to hair missing. The caller intoxicated driver behind the a fire broke out late Tuesday first call was placed at 10:15 p.m. wheel. A deputy was in the area and stopped the driver. The deputy reported the driver was not intoxicated, but was elderly and having trouble seeing. Saturday, Dec. 19 Missing truck A caller in Greenville reported her truck was missing from a parking lot. The caller said she drove the truck to work but when she went outside a few hours later it was gone. The sheriff and CHP were advised. Sunday, Dec. 20 Ignoring the signs A caller on the tollgate to Bucks Summit on Bucks Lake Road reported that drivers were ignoring the "Chains Required" sign and were causing problems on the roadway. The caller wanted the CHP to respond and start ticketing the drivers. Monday, Dec. 21 A lot of bears A caller on Nugget Lane in Quincy reported that four bears were on her front porch. She said she used an air horn to scare them off,' but said she wasn't sure iP they were gone. The bears were gone when a deputy arrived. anger Lassen National Forest's Almanor Ranger District will offer its annual guided snowshoe and cross-country ski tours this winter for the public and school groups. Trip leaders will address a variety of topics during the one- to two-hour programs, such as basic winter survival skills, environmental education and local history. The first two events are scheduled for Friday, Jan. 8, and Friday, Jan. 22. Tour destinations, which will vary depending on current snow conditions, include Morgan Summit, Locherman Canyon, Almanor Recreation Trail, McGowan Cross-Country Ski 'Trail and the Pacific Crest Sophie Our office hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday viewing is by appointment only. Office hours are subject to change due to staffing; calling prior to visiting shelter is recommended. All potential adopters must complete an adoption consultation form and be approved prior to adoption. Adoption fees are $10.00 for dogs and cats, license fee for dogs is $15.00 per year. Plumas County Animal Shelt 201 N Mill Creek Road, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-3673 Sponsored by: blJ INCY DRUG STORE F.ST 1875 :Trail. Your local downtown full service pharmacy '~ "This is a great way to 283-0480 including veterinary compounding For More Information or to View More Pets, explore Lassen National k Visit Us at www.petfinder.com Forest and enjoy the winter season," said Almanor District Acting Recreation i Officer Stacy Kronner. "The . tours are geared for i beginners but can be strenuous in deep snow or : fresh powder." ' All programs require , reservations. Participants must be at least eight years ! old, and minors must be accompanied by an adult. ! Snowshoes are provided at no charge, but cross-country i' skiers must provide their : own equipment. For more information or to : register, contact Stacy Kronner at 258-2141 or srkronner@fs.fed.us. To send a legal: To send an advertisement: CHP REPORT The following inciden ts are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentativesummarypending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Calpine Road, Dec. 18 This accident occurred east of Highway 89, at approximately 10:30 p.m. The night was cold and it was snowing. Devon Castle, 31, of BuhL Idaho, was driving a 2008 Dodge eastbound. His speed was unknown but unsafe. He was also under the influence of alcohol. The driver lost control of the Dodge when the vehicle lost traction with the snow-covered roadway. The car began to rotate counter clockwise and slid north across the roadway. It left the north edge of the road and descended a steep embankment into a drainage ditch. The Dodge began rolling and finally came to rest on its roof, facing southwest. Damage to the vehicle left Castle pinned in the driver seat, inside the passenger compartment. Shortly thereafter, passing motorists saw the Dodge north of the road and called 911 for assistance. Volunteer fire personnel and Eastern Plumas Ambulance personnel arrived. They extricated the man from the Dodge through the driver side door. He was then transported to Eastern Plumas District Healthcare in Portola by ambulance for treatment. Castle had been wearing his seat belt at the time of the accident and suffered only minor injuries. He was arrested for driving while under the influence. Buy a new vehicle? Call me for a free quote on auto insurance. [[ Jennifer Lewis Insurance Agent Lic #0G94962 252-5012 Fax 257-2394 email: jennifer.lewis2@goAAA.corn 2920 D Main St., Susanville CA www.facebook.com/ Plumasnews i