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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 3B LAW and ORDER CHP REPORT The following inc lents are submitted by the Quincy Area California Highway Patrol as a tentative summary pending the conclusion of the investigation(s). Single-vehicle, multiple collisions, Oct. 25 At approximately 7:30 alm., Clarence Gaub, 75, of Orovflle, was driving his white 1999 International truck tractor. The tractor was pulling an empty silver 1982 Alloy Chip Trailer. Gaub was traveling eastbound on Sloat Road. He intended to pick up a load of wood chips on Sloat McRae Road. The driver missed the turn at the Old Sloat Mill and continued eastbound on Sloat Road. At approximately 7:40 a.m., Gaub arrived at the 20 Mile House (700 Old Cromberg Road). He transitioned from traveling eastbound on Sloat Road to northbound on Old Cromberg Road. He was just north of the Creekside Cabin. The driver came to an extremely sharp curve in the BLOTTER, from page 2B husband and the dog were lost on a dirt road. They started at the lake and then didn't know where they were. The vehicle was stuck in a ditch and they couldn't get it out. She said that she was seven months pregnant. The cell phone was traced to 4.5 miles southeast of Milford. Someone pointed the people in the right direction. It wasn't clear how they got out of the ditch. Thursday, Oct. 19 Vandalism In Blairsden, a businessperson reported vandalism. Fire reported On the west side of Jamison :.Lal . _e the Plumas Eureka State Park, a caller reported seeing a forest fnce. The information was transferred to the USFS. Deck fn'e In Quincy, a caller reported a fire on his back deck and it was spreading to his house. Plumas District Hospital and Quincy Fire were paged. The information was sent to a deputy and a sergeant. The fire was extinguished. Wednesday, Oct. 18 Drugs found In Portola, a caller reported that he found a bag of drugs. A deputy reported that the bag was picked up and was to be destroyed. Uninsured motorist In Portola, a caller reported an accident occurred and there were no injuries. Both vehicles went to an automotive shop. The caller asked to talk to a deputy because it turned out that the other motorist was uninsured. Really hot stove In Portola, a caller reported a stove fire. Both the Beckwourth and Portola fire departments were paged. A deputy reported that the fire was extinguished, but the fire departments were asked to continue to the scene as a precautionary step. Fire reported In Quincy, a fire near some storage units was reported. Quincy Fire responded. A second call went out for additional personnel. The fire was at a business. No trespassing In Portola, a businessperson asked a woman to leave multiple times and she refused. The information was given to a deputy and the woman was given a no trespassing warning. Medical help needed In Quincy, a caller reported that he fell and broke his hand. The hospital and Quincy Fire responded. road, with a steep uphill grade. He attempted to drive his vehicle combination through the curve, but couldn't make it. Gaub wanted to turn around and leave the way he came. He attempted to back his tractor and trailer southbound on Old Cromberg Road. In doing so, three separate collisions occurred. The first involved the trailer and a power line. The trailer struck a power line leading to the Creekside Cabin, which ripped the power line support beam on the cabin off and then impacted with a large pine tree. The tree was in front of the cabin with a dual light security light mounted on the pine. The security light was destroyed. The trailer became stuck on the tree. Gaub had to disconnect his trailer from the truck tractor. He repositioned the truck tractor and reconnected the trailer to the truck again. The driver then maneuvered the combination of vehicles away from the tree. The second collision occurred as Gaub continued backing his combination of vehicles southbound on Old Cromberg Road. The trailer drifted off of the roadway onto the east shoulder and hit a wooden post. The post had an emergency shut off switch for the Creekside Cabin's septic tank sump pump. The system was destroyed. Gaub realized that he had driven off of the road and pulled forward again to reposition. The third incident occurred as the driver continued backing his combination of vehicles southbound on Old Cromberg Road. The left side of his trailer crashed into a cedar tree. This resulted in significant damage to several structural ribs on the left outside wall of the trailer. Gaub realized that his trailer had hit the tree and again repositioned the combination of vehicles. The driver was eventually able to back his rig into a parking area for the 20 Mile House and conduct his turn-around. He then left the scene, traveling westbound on Sloat Road without realizing that he had damaged the Creekside Cabin, the security light in front of the cabin or the emergency shut off switch for the cabin's septic system. Gaub had been wearing his seat belt and was unharmed during this series of events. Parked car damaged, Oct. 27 Heather Willis, 26, of Quincy, was driving a 2001 Dodge Ram 3500 van during the course of her job with the Plumas County Sheriffs Office. At about 9 a.m., she was traveling southbound on Bradley Street, north of Jackson Street and was slowing to make a right turn onto a private one-way drive, directly behind the Plumas County Courthouse. A 2013 Subaru Legacy was parked on the west shoulder of Bradley Street, north of Jackson Street, in a parking stall on the north side of the entrance to the one way drive. The Subaru was facing southwest. Willis took the turn too sharply. The right rear of the Dodge collided with the left rear of the Subaru, causing minor damage. No one was injured. Construction zone, Oct. 27 The weather was clear and warm. At about 4:35 p.m., Mikayla Graham, 21, of Granite Bay, was stopped in her 2003 Hyundai Elantra on Highway 70, west of Keddie Resort Road. She was stopped behind six to seven vehicles at a temporary stop light on Goat Hill for roadway repair. Adam Blevins, 33, of Taylorsville, was also stopped at the stop light in a 2013 Dodge Journey. He was directly in front of Graham. Per both parties, a big rig hauling lumber was the lead vehicle stopped at the light. rJ Flanigan-Leavitt Insurance Agency, Inc, $499?. *5992 i *69 9 i Call your friendly neighborhood DISH Retailer today! Satscan Electronics (530) 927-5308 P.O. Box 209 Quincy, CA 95971 ~Wlltil~fflz~D I~"ItAII,~I Of~ f~r new and quatifl~g former .storners only. 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After 6 mos., you wel be billed $8.99/mo. ot D 51t Protect unless you call to cancel, After 2 years, then-current everyday prices for all services apply. Per business custi~ners, eddelo~el monthly fees may a paty. HBOe, Onemax= and related channels and sauce marks are the property of Home Box Office, inc. SHOW'rlME is a registered trademark of Sbewtime Networks Inc., a CB$ Company. STARZ and related channels and sewice marks are property of Star/Entertainment, tiC. ii. ~i ,.~', ~,~.,,,~ ,~,~% ' ,~%~ ............... ~, ,.,., ~' ", ~r.',,,",,,,'.,~;~,. ,~"' i" " '~"i " " "" ~'~' When the light turned green the vehicle directly behind the big rig passed by it on the left. Several other vehicles behind also began to pass by the big rig, which was accelerating very slowly on the hill. Blevins saw that a cone pattern was closing off the eastbound lane that vehicles were using to pass the big rig. He did not think he was supposed to pass in a construction zone. The Dodge driver slowed down to allow the big rig to pull further ahead of him. Graham thought that she was going to follow the Dodge around the big rig. She continued to speed up. When she saw that the cone pattern had cut off the eastbound lane and that the Dodge was slowing down behind the big rig, Graham attempted to apply her brakes and slow down, but was unable to stop in time. The front of The Hyundai struck the rear of the Dodge. After the collision, both vehicles were driven through the cone pattern and into the closed eastbound lane. Blevins and Graham awaited CHP arrival. Each driver had been wearing a seat belt. Blevins said that he had lower back pain at the scene, but refused any medical treatment. Graham was not injured. Rollover, Oct. 27 This accident occurred on Blackhawk Road at about 10:20 p.m. Brandon Casper, 31, of Quincy, was driving his black 2002 Honda Civic northbound on Blackhawk Road, south of Highway 70, at a stated speed of 45 to 50 mph. Casper is new to the Quincy area and was exploring the back roads. As he was coming down the hill, a deer ran across the road in front of the Civic. Casper swerved to the right in an attempt to avoid the deer. The vehicle veered off of the east side of the roadway and over a very steep embankment that leads to Blackhawk Creek. The Honda struck two very large Douglas fir trees and then rolled over. During the rollover sequence, the Civic hit another large Douglas fir tree and a cedar tree. The car came to rest on its top, facing south, still in contact with the two trees. Casper was able to climb out of the vehicle. He then climbed up the embankment and ran along Blackhawk Road until he got cell phone service at Highway 70. The driver called his cousin, who he was staying with in Quincy. His cousin drove out to the scene and picked Casper up. They went back to the cousin's house. Neither Casper nor his cousin thought about calling law enforcement to advise them of the accident. At about 9:26 a.m. the next morning, a USFS employee came upon the collision scene and other emergency agencies were contacted to respond. Casper had been wearing his seat belt during the incident and was unharmed. Tobin Bridge, Oct. 28 Jose Mendoz Perez, 56, of Bakersfield, was driving his loaded 2009 Freightliner tractor-trailer westbound on Highway 70. At the Tobin Bridge, Perez made an unsafe turning movement to the right. He drove onto the north shoulder, colliding into the guardrail. The accident disabled the steering of the Freightliner. Perez parked the Freightliner in the westbound lane of the highway. Perez had been wearing a seat belt and was not injured during the collision. Non-injury, Oct. 28 Sammuel Allen, 41, of Portola, is a tow operator for RoWs Towing. At approximately 11:33 a.m. he was on Highway 70, east of Maddalena Road. Allen was loading a broken down vehicle onto his 1992 Nissan tow truck. While loading the vehicle, it somehow became dislodged from the tow truck and rolled back. After rolling offof the bed of the Nissan, it struck the front of a parked 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The two vehicles involved sustained minor damage as a result of the accident. No One was injured. mm two counties in six So when you have stuff for sale, when you need stuff, when you're looking for a place to live, when you're looking for help in business, when you're looking for a job, or just for fun stuff to read about, check out the classified ad section in your Plumas and Lassen county papers. Shop at home - you'll be thrilled with what you can find: d