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4B Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter W -lnd ORDER SHERIFF'S BLOTTER Information in the SherilFs Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County SheritFs OfFice. No individuals' names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. During the week of Tuesday, Feb. 23, to Monday, Feb. 29, there were 227 incidents handled by dispatchers. The reported incidents resulted in 17 arrests, 30 medical responses and two fire responses. Following is a summary of the week's activity: BY THE NUMBERS 19 -- Probation checks 17-- Domestic disputes 7 -- Reports of loose, aggressive or barking dogs 4-- Reports of a theft or burglary 4 -- Weffare checks 3 -- Three reports of a telephone scam 3 -- Reports of loud music 2 -- Vehicle accidents 2 -- Reports of vandalism 1 -- Search and Rescue response ARRESTS Blairsden One arrested on charges of elder abuse and violating probation. Chester One arrested on a charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Chilcoot One arrested trespassing. on a charge of Cromberg One arrested vandalism. on a charge of Graeagle One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. Greenville One arrested on a charge of unlawful driving of or taking a vehicle. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. One arrested on charges of violating a restraining order and violating probation. Meadow Valley One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and violating probation. Portola One arrested on charges of battery and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of DUI. Quincy One arrested on charges of being an under-age person in possession of alcohol and violating probation. One arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating probation. One arrested on a charge of l~eing in possession of a controlled substance. One arrested on a charge of DUI. One arrested on a charge of public intoxication. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Feb. 23 Tell her to stop-- Please! The Orland Police Department contacted the Plumas County Sheriffs Office to see if they could convince a Lake Almanor woman to quit calling the Orland PD. The Orland office said the woman had called 17 times during the day regarding a purse she lost in Oroville. They said she was becoming abusive with their staff. A Plumas deputy went to the woman's home and spoke to her about the excessive calls. She agreed to stop calling. K-9 custody battle A caller in Quincy requested to speak to a deputy because he said his grandmother stole his dog. A deputy responded to see if the caller could prove the dog was his. He wasn't able to provide proof. But, three hours later, his grandma returned the dog. Homeless A person went to the Portola sub-station to report that a man was sleeping in a vacant lot where the old hospital used to be. A deputy contacted the man who agreed to move along. Refusing to pay A caller in Quincy said her friend left town and asked her to sell her vehicle for her. The caller said a man took the car and was refusing to give it back or pay for it. The caller was advised to contact the CHP. Wednesday, Feb. 24 Extended vacation A man in Chester said his two children, ages 14 and 15, haven't been going to school for months. He said they were living with their mother and it was possible she never registered them for school. A deputy spoke to both parents. It was decided the father would take custody and the children were going to register for school the next day. A deputy agreed to check the following day to make sure the children were indeed in school. Homeless A caller reported two people were living in a canvas hay barn near the Quincy Community Services District treatment plant. A deputy :~ contacted the two individuals and gave them a trespass warning. They agreed to collect their belongings and move on. Trespassing A caller in Chilcoot reported there was a man in her neighbor's house. She said the man, wearing a black jacket, was walking toward the fire station, The CHP responded and detained the man. He was arrested on a charge of trespassing. Violent drunk A caller in Portola said an intoxicated man was in her house fighting with her boyfriend. She said the man left the scene in a white Chevy truck. A deputy located the vehicle and the man was arrested on a charge of DUI. Thursday, Feb. 25 Car not returned A caller in Greenville said he let a woman borrow his vehicle to go to the store four days ago and she never came back. He said the car is a silver 2007 Ford Mustang convertible, with a dented fender and broken-out rear window. Suspicious solicitor A caller on Mill Creek Road in Quincy said a man came to his door offering to clean his carpets. He said he was suspicious because the solicitor didn't have any paperwork and there was no vehicle in the driveway. Friday, Feb. 26 Scam call A caller reported a scammer called to tell her that her grandson was in custody in Illinois. She said she didn't pay the money the caller was requesting. A deputy confirmed it was a scam. The woman's grandson was Free and not in jail. Bicyclist struck A caller in Portola said he struck by a vehicle while on his bicycle in a store parking 10t. He was he was not injured. He said the vehicle was a sky-blue compact car driven by a woman with dark brown hair and wearing glasses. Vandal arrested A caller in Cromberg reported a former tenant was on site who stole items from two vehicles. The caller said the suspect was still there with the site manager. All the parties involved requested that a deputy respond. A deputy arrived and the suspect was arrested on a charge of vandalism. Horse struck by vehicle A caller on Highway 89 reported she just hit a horse near Calpine. The condition of the horse was not reported. The call was transferred to the CHP. Saturday, Feb. 27 Juvenile delinquent A caller in Quincy reported that her 14-year-old daughter was not in her room and she believed she snuck out of the house. About 1:30 a.m., the caller said her daughter had returned and she requested a deputy contact the girl. A deputy responded and issued the girl a citation for juvenile delinquency. Assaulted A caller at Lake Almanor reported that her neighbor was assaulting his wife with a cane. It was later disaovered that the man suffered from dementia and his family was coming to town to have him placed in a medical facility. A different juvenile delinquent A caller in Quincy reported that her 14-year-old daughter was intoxicated and throwing up. A deputy responded and the girl was cited for juvenile delinquency and being a minor in possession aleol oL, Sunday, Feb. 28 About those tools ... A caller in Portola reported a man drivingan older Subaru was chasing someone driving an SUV. The caller said the man got out of the Subaru and threatened the other driver with a baseball bat. A second caller reported the two vehicles were driving down W. Loyalton toward Gulling at about 60 mph and not stopping at stop signs. A deputy was able to contact one of the drivers at their residence. The man said it was a civil matter. The two were arguing about tools. Monday, Feb. 29 Welfare check A caller in Chilcoot requested that a deputy do a welfare check on a man who lives in the area. The caller said he hadn't seen the man since Christmas and hadn't been able to contact him. A deputy resPonded and found the man on the floor. He wasn't able to get up on his own. Eastern Plumas Health Care was notified and Sierra Valley fire was paged to assist. Medications missing A caller in Quincy reported that her caregiver stole her medication. She said the caregiver took morphine and vicodin. Elder abuse A caller in Blairsden requested an ambulance. He said he was struck in the head with a bottle during a fight with his parents. A deputy responded and a man was arrested on charges of elder abuse and violating probation. Loud and proud A man in Quincy called to complain that a male was outside urinating in front of his apartment. He said the male was also playing his music extremely loud. A deputy responded and the male turned" lOW a the music. /: i i Tuesday, March 15th ,m 108 at 6pm Interested persons may contact the Lassen Community College Fire Science Department at 530.251.8829 WE'LL TRAIN YOU - NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED ACADEMY 14 STARTS SATURDAY APRIL 2jn APPLY NOW TO BEGIN A REWARDING CAREER AS A VOLUNTEER GHTER / EMERGENCY MEDICAL RKSPONDER. 283-0870 FOR MORE INFORMATION. www.quincyfire.com www.quincyfire@sbcglobal.net