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2B Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter VITAL STATISTICS/LAW and ORDER OBITUARY Jim Jenner Jim Jenner, the former public defender of Alameda County, noted trial lawyer, speaker and author, passed away at his home on Oct.15, 2017, with his loving wife Mina at his side. Jim was born in 1932, in his beloved small town of Portola, where his father was an engineer on the Western Pacific Line and his mother was a nurse. He always cherished the halcyon days, growing up like "Huck Finn" and playing baseball. Jim graduated from U.C. Berkeley and then enlisted as a Private in the U.S. Army. He then went on to graduate from law school at U.C. Berkeley. Mina and Jim were companions in their love of mountaineering, nature and the outdoors. Jim is survived by his wife Mina Jenner, and by his three stepchildren. DEATH NOTICE Irene E. Ward Irene (Evelyn Irene O'Keefe Ward) passed peacefully with family members on Oct. 22, 2017. She was born Feb. 3, 1934. Her cremains will reside in Ukiah. For more details about Irene's life, please visit I I SHERIFF'S BLOTTER charged with probation to Tahoe National Forest.altercation with the woman violation. A caller reported Sierra Valley Fire was with the soda. It was put that he thought an individual notified and located a column down to suspicious Information in the Sher f's might be under the influence, of smoke near Highway A24. circumstances and no Blotter is gathered from the The suspect was walking This was near the city limits damage was found. dispatch logs provided by the down the street screamingof Loyalton. USFS responded. Plumas County Sher~fps and yelling, Bad bikers Office. No individuals' names Don't bother the In Portola, a caller said are reported. And those Loyalton customers that she had a confrontation Fish and Wildlife reported In Quincy, a caller reported with some juveniles who arrested should bepresumed the arrest of an individual that a man was in a business were riding bicycles. She innocent untilproven guilty, who was charged with being and was yelling and wanted to talk to a deputy. Following is a summary of under the influence of a threatening customers. A Two mothers of two of the controlled substance, deputy reported he had left juveniles also called and the week's activity from Oct. before his arrival. A second reported that the individual 18 to Oct. 24. Portola caller reported an altercation was harassing their children. BY THE NUMBERS A deputy reported citing a with a man in a parking lot They said they had a video. A 40 calls for medical juvenile who was charged about 10 minutes earlier,deputy reported that the assistance with possession of caller was counseled. 29 reports to CHP marijuana. Vehicle fire In Portola, a vehicle fire 24 suspicious reports A deputy reported the was reported in the p blic 16 fish and wildlife reports arrest of a woman who wasworks yard. Portola i ire 14 reports of disturbances charged with driving under responded and extinguished 12 alarms reported the influence. The arrest was the fire. 11 calls to 911 11 civil reports made following a non-injury traffic incident. Fraud reported 10 requests for In Quincy, a caller reported 10 requests for assistance A deputy reported the that her PERS check was 8 arrests reported 7 reports to animal control arrest of a man who was cashed by someone else. The charged with probation caller asked to talk to a 6 reports of harassment violation, being under the deputy. 6 thefts reported influence of a controlled 6 reports of fraud substance and two warrants. Monday, Oct. 23 6 welfare checks made Impaired person 4 traffic collisions reported A deputy reported the On Highway 70 near 4 reports involving drugs arrest of a man who was Chilcoot, a caller reported 4 burglaries reported charged with spousal abuse, seeing a woman on the side of 3 assaults reported A caller reported that she the road who might be 3 reports of assisting other was a victim and was going impaired. The caller said the agency to post her picture on woman was just sitting on 3 reports involving Facebook because she had the side of the road and it intoxication 3 reports of vandalism been assaulted. A deputy looked like she had a 12-pack requested an ambulance for of beer. A deputy reported 3 reports involving probation the woman, but she refused that the woman had been to speak with Victim drinking, but wasn't under ARRESTS Witness. the influence to the point she couldn't care for herself. She Chester A deputy reported the Quincy was going home. arrest of a man who was The CHP reported the arrest of a woman who wasOn scene charged with driving under the influence, charged with driving whenOn Highway 70 and the addicted to drugs, being Beckwourth/Genesee Road, a Greenville under the influence of drugs deputy located a traffm A deputy reported the while driving and drivingincident where a trail of fluid without a driver license,and skid marks led to a arrest of a man who was vehicle. The air bags had charged with driving with a deployed. The CHP was on suspended license due to a DUI. scene. A deputy reported the ah-est of a Who WaS -A lleviatis Joint/Back Pain -Promotes Healthy Digestion ~Improves Circulation "Drt~ a Little, $m, e a Lod" MOUNTAIN MATTRESS 283-9318 * $35 LAWlIlUG St, A sergeant reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being intoxicated and probation :: violation. A caller had reported that a man with a skateboard was walking down the middle of the road. The call was transferred to the CHP. Deputies and a sergeant checked the area and didn't locate the man, but then a sergeant ],earned of his whereabouts. MISCELLANEOUS Tuesday, Oct. 24 Burglary reported In Greenville, a caller reported a burglary to her home. She said she was missing paperwork, some men's clothing, a shotgun and other items. She asked that a dePUtY contact her. A deputy reported that the incident was unfounded. Anderlini & McSweeney LLP Terry Anderlini is a Northern California Super Lawyer, a Martindale-Hubbell AV rated attorney and Past President of the State Bar of California. We specialize in litigation including wild fire litigation and serious personal injury cases. Local References Call 650-212-0001 and ask for Terry Andedini or Chris Andersen tanderlini@amlawffice'cm Missing person reported In Quincy, a deputy received a report of a missing person, last seen at Pioneer Park on Oct. 17. A woman called and said the individual, her granddaughter, just called and she was free. She ended up in Red Bluff. A deputy also spoke to the woman to confirm that she was t'me. Vegetation fire Near Loyalton, Sierra County reported receiving a report of a vegetation fire at one of the ranches. The information was transferred hileoot established 1929 Monuments Benches Signs Borders Address Stones GRANITE MARBLE - NATURAL STONE 110 PACIFIC STREET. P.O. BOX 1766 * PORTOLA CA 96122 (530) 832-1908 FAX (530) 832-6828 WWW.CHILCOOTMONuMENT.NET CAL-FD 158 - With over 25 years experience, Greg Marr and Associates have been a part of your family when you've needed them most. Find out how you can celebrate the life of your loved one with gentle guidance and individual touch. Serving Plumas, Sierra and Lassen counties, Manni Funeral Home arranges home appointments if you are unable to travel. CR 300 WWW.MANNIFuNERALHOME.COM 530-832-4673 Bear treed In Beckwourth, a caller reported that a bear was on the property and was up a tree. The information was transferred to Fish and Wildlife. Theft reported In Quincy, a caller reported that a bag of medications was stolen. An irresponsible death In Quincy, someone at the courthouse annex reported that a dead deer was bringing three bears into the area. The information was transferred to Fish and Wildlife who reported that a dead buck was found near the annex and a bear with two cubs were trying to drag it away. The caller wanted a game warden to respond because it was a dangerous situation. A deputy ran the bears off, but a portion of the carcass was still there. Dead bear In the Cromberg area, a caller reported finding a dead bear on his property. He wanted to know if someone could help him with it. He was provided the number for Fish and Wildlife. Forgotten friend In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that a couple left their dog at a business accidentally. The caller provided a number on the dog tag and left a voice marl. The caller said the store would be closing soon. The caller was provided with the number for animal control. Suspicious find In Ross Meadows near Portola, a deputy received information that someone found a suspicious truck. It was parked at Ross Meadows with the hood up and the doors open. Here, take thatl In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman vandalized her car by dumping soda all over it. She said that she was unsure if there was any other damage done to it. She said that many people witnessed the incident. A deputy contacted the caller who said she had had a previous Hanging around In Quincy, a businessperson reported that a man had been hanging out near the back door of a business for several hours. A deputy was unable to locate an individual matching the description provided. Sunday, Oct. 22 Downed lines " In Greenville, a caller reported that a vehicle ran into a power pole and that the lines were down. The vehicle took off-- a fiat bed Ford towing a trailer. The information was transferred to the CHP. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire departments were notified and the information was transferred to the power company. Mountain lion alert In the Quincy area, a caller reported finding a dead deer on his property. He said it was killed by a mountain lion. He was removing it from his property. He said he tried to called Fish and Wildlife and got no answer. Gassing up In Chester, a caller reported finding two cans fulI of gasoline hidden behind her house. A deputy reported that it was suspicious circumstances. Under-dressed a bit In Portola, a deputy received a report that a man was in his underwear in a white pickup. The deputy contacted an apartment manager and told him about the situation. The manager was to contact the deputy if he saw the vehicle around. A deputy was unable to i'md the person. Rude person In the Spring Garden construction area, a caller reported that a driver threw a cigarette out of her sunroof and then made a rude gesture toward her. The call was transferred to the CHP. Theft reported In Graeagle, a caller reported that someone stole his computer and about $2,000 was missing from his house. He said that he didn't see signs of forced entry and that the theft occurred the previous day. Photos by phone In Quincy, a deputy contacted a person who said that he didn't have the phone in question, but another party had one that held inappropriate pictures on it. Nervous about burning In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that her neighbor was burning and she was concerned about it. The information was transferred to local authorities. Fall victim ' In Sierraville, a caller requested medical assistance because a woman fell off a ladder. She was nearly unconscious and was having trouble breathing. The call was transferred to Sierra County. Fire reported In the Lake Almanor area south of Prattville, a caller reported a fire between Plumas Pines Resort and Anna's Caf6 in the day use area. The information was transferred to local authorities. Fraud reported In Chester, a caller reported fraudulent charges on her bank account and her credit cards. Burglary reported Near Frenchman Lake, a caller reported a break-in at the Bucks Camp property. Fences were cut and a chain and a lock were cut. A deputy contacted the reporting party who said the property is for sale. The owners were to contact the sheriffs office. Stickered laptop In Quincy, a caller reported that her son was in possession of a stolen laptop with a PUSD sticker on the back of it. Don't leave yet! In Chester, a deputy reported that he drove offand broke off the quick disconnect at the pump. A sergeant was notified and it was determined that the property would be returned the following day. Asleep at the wheel In Chester, a caller reported that a woman in a Honda and another woman were sleeping inside. They had slept in the same location for three nights. A deputy reported that they agreed to move on and left the area. They were given a trespass warning. Saturday, Oct. 21 High water In Chester, a caller reported that a creek was flooding her back yard. Authorities were notified. Treating victim In Qdfncy, the hospital reported treating the victim of an assault. A deputy reported the victim left before he arrived. A deputy reported the victim didn't want to press charges. In Quincy, a caller reported that the Minerva Fire was burning. The information was passed on to the USFS. Everyone gets lost In the La Porte area, a caller reported that her husband and his father went out to go hunting and their car broke down. They were headed toward La Porte and the Cleghorn Bar Road. She hadn't heard from them for three hours and didn't know what zone their deer tag was good in. Her husband's mother went to look for them, but got lost on the Cleghorn Bar Road. The woman called back and said that everyone was found. Friday, Oct. 20 Illegal dumping On Highway 36 near Chester, a caller reported illegal dumping of a boat. Little bear On Highway 49 between Satley and Sierra City, a caller reported seeing a live baby bear on the side of the road. She said it was the second time that day she saw it. The information was transferred to the CHP. Here kitty, kitty In Portola, a caller reported that a kitten was stuck in a tree and had been there for three days. Portola Fire was paged and didn't respond. The information was transferred to animal control dnd it handled the situation. On a mission In Chester, a caller reported that there was a vehicle parked in front of her house. She said that it had been there for more than an hour with the motor running and she could see two people inside. A deputy contacted the individuals who were with a church organization. They agreed to move on. Lost person In the Antelope Lake area and the west branch of Indian Creek, a caller reported that she, her See Blotter, page 38 f. r