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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 12, 2017 9B BLOI"I'ER, from page 8B vehicle. A deputy reported that the man was sleeping. He was able to call a friend to come get him and his dog. Saturday. June 24 Dog difficulties In Quincy, a caller reported that some dogs had been barking for the last hour. A deputy was unable to locate any barking dogs. Gunshots reported In Quincy, a caller reported that there was a suspicious looking man behind a business. Then someone called 911 reporting hearing gunshots and someone yelling for help behind the same business. A deputy contacted a person who said there were no gunshots and that it was his skateboard hitting a sign. Fight In Quincy, a caller reported that her neighbors were having a domestic dispute. A deputy contacted a couple that agreed to keep the peace. Fire On County Road A23 near Beckwourth, a caller reported a small fire near a power pole. Beckwourth Fire was paged. Theft On Old Haunt Road off Highway 89 near Greenville, a caller reported that someone broke into her car while she was out riding her horse Theft In Greenville, a caller reported that someone stole her laundry. A deputy reported there was no theft that it was just suspicious. Fraudulent call In La Porte, a caller reported that she received a message from someone claiming to be from Plumas County. She was told to evacuate the area and call 911. A sergeantsaid that it was a fraudulent call. Destroyed garden In Portola, a caller reported that the school garden was destroyed and things were written on some of the doors. A window was also open in the kindergarten building. Dock not afloat On the West Shore of Lake Almanor, a deputy received a reported that a dock had washed up on shore. Hot golf At Lake Almanor, a caller reported a large burn pile near the eighth fairway. The call was transferred to emergency se~rices. Disturbance In Chester at the park, a caller reported that a red-shirred man was causing a disturbance. Rattling the windows In Quincy, a caller reported that the neighbor was playing loud music and it was making her windows rattle. Friday, June 23 Fire In Clio, a caller reported that smoke was coming from a house two doors down. Graeagle Fire reported that it was a small campfire. Fight near the pond In Quincy, a caller reported that two people were arguing next to DeUinger's Pond. Revving not rev In Chester, a caller reported that someone in a black car was in front of a church revving the engine. Drugs In Chester, someone called the substation saying he found drugs. A deputy reported they were destroyed. Toilets dumped On Lee Road near Sierra Pacific, a caller reported that a truck hauling portable toilets dropped a few of them in the roadway; one of them hit a vehicle and damaged it. Don't do that here In Quincy, a caller reported that two people were parked on her property. Their music was blaring and they were possibly smoking pot. A deputy reported checking the area, but the vehicle was gone. Off to get her stuff On Bucks Lake Road near Quincy, a caller reported that she saw a man she knew driving a U-haul. She was concerned that he was going to steal her stuff. A deputy provided a civil standby. Poisoned water In Greenville, a caller reported that his neighbor poisoned his creek. A deputy reported that the neighbor was spraying Roundup on grass. Iowa plates On Warner Valley Road 10 miles from Chester, a caller reported that a vehicle tried to run him off the roadway. The vehicle had Iowa license plates. Call transferred to the CHP. Theft In Quincy, a caller reported a theR and vandalism. Near miss Westbound on Highway 70 near Portola, a caller reported that a reckless driver nearly hR a motorcycle. Too young for area On Highway 70 near Wiggins store in Chilcoot, it was reported that two young children were riding their bike across the highway. No parents were seen with them. A deputy counseled the parents. Gunshots On Gold Lake Road near Graeagle, a caller reported excessive gunfa'e in the campground behind the boat launch ramp. A deputy said they stopped after they were reported. More gunshots In the La Porte area, a caller reported suspicious activities near his house. A deputy contacted the man who reported hearing gunshots. Bear spotted In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a bear was at the end of Main Street. 911 An individual called multiple times complaining about the mill and rap music. Stuck in the mud In the La Porte area near McCray Meadows, a caller reported that a woman and two small children were stuck up La Porte Road in the mud. They were about five miles from Upper Jamison Campground. They did have food, water and lanterns. The call was transferred to the CHP. The CHP reported that the family was staying in a cabin in the state park for the night. They were supposed to meet their friends in La Porte. Thursday, June 22 Big rock On Highway 70 westbound at Goat Hill, a caller reported a large rock in the roadway. The call was transferred to the CHP. Missing vehicle In Delleker, a woman reported that her vehicle was missing from her driveway. Noisy walkers In Portola, a caller reported that two people were walking down Highway 70 and were arguing. Kayaker parking issues On Highways A-23 and A-24, a caller reported that kayakers were parking on his property and blocking his access. He asked to talk to a deputy. The caller said that this is an ongoing problem. Cows are out On Chandler Road near Quincy, an individual reported that a lot of cows were in the roadway.. Going too fast Northbound on Highway 89 near Stampfli Lane, a sergeant reported that a motorcycle passed him at a high of speed -- 80 mph -- and the bike didn't have taillights working. The sergeant reported he couldn't catch up with the individual. Call transferred to the CHP. 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