Information in the Sheriff’s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office. No individuals’ names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The following is a summary of the week’s activity from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2.
BY THE NUMBERS
103 calls to 911
53 reports to the CHP
51 requests for assistance
47 reports involving a fire department
42 requests for medical assistance
32 traffic-related incidents
25 reports of a suspicious nature
16 reports involving children or juveniles
13 arrests reported
13 civil reports
13 probation reports
13 disturbances reported
11 reports to animal control
9 reports of assisting other agencies
7 requests for a welfare check on someone
6 citations issued
5 reports of trespassing
5 reports of harassment
4 requests for a helicopter
4 reports to the USFS
4 sex-related reports
4 missing persons reports
4 court-related reports
4 reports involving intoxication
3 burglaries reported
3 reports involving property
3 reports to the district attorney
3 reports involving drugs
3 search and rescue related reports
3 reports involving weapons
3 assaults reported
The CHP reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with being intoxicated, resisting arrest, threatening to do bodily harm to another, and battery to a peace officer.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with violating a restraining order. A caller said that a man was at her residence when she showed up. He followed her to another man’s house. That man said the first man had a firearm in his vehicle. She said the man she was reporting hit her with his vehicle. She didn’t need medical. She said she thought the man would use his firearm. He was heading toward Highway 70. That man reported that his vehicle was vandalized by the mother and sister of the man the reporting party went to see. They used a shovel to smash the window.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with violating his probation.
A corrections officer asked for a case number for a court remand for a woman.
A deputy reported that a woman was arrested and charged with burglary and resisting arrest. A caller said he just got home and a woman was in his house. She broke in through the kitchen window. He said he ran her off and didn’t know if anything was missing.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with violating his probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with being intoxicated. He was taken to Plumas District Hospital for medical clearance.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was charged with violating her probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man who was charged with resisting arrest and violating his probation. A caller reported a man was causing problems, was intoxicated and was pushing him around. The man then left going toward East Main Street on a bicycle. He then bailed from the bike when deputies arrived.
The CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher. A deputy was initially involved and turned the incident over to the CHP.
Monday, Dec. 2
Where’s the noise coming from?
In Quincy, a caller requested that someone with the Quincy Fire Department help them with the furnace. It was making loud noises. QFD was paged and assisted.
Blanket’s on fire
In Portola, a caller reported that an older man was walking around with a blanket that was on fire. He was last seen walking toward Gulling Street and the fire was out. It was thought the man was either intoxicated or under the influence of drugs. The CHP was asked to be on the lookout for the man. A deputy checked the area and didn’t find the man.
Parked car has babies inside
In Chester, a caller reported that someone parked a car in her driveway with two infants inside. No adult was around. While the reporting party was on the phone the mother walked up. She was fine and was just dropping her dog off.
Sex offender’s address questioned
In Portola, a caller reported that a registered sex offender was at a facility and the reporting party thought was against the building’s rules. The man was visiting someone. A deputy contacted the caller who said he contacted the landlord of the facility and no further assistance was needed.
Just letting folks know
In Beckwourth, a reporting party said that his neighbors were arguing daily. He just wanted to let dispatch know. He also wanted contact from a deputy. A deputy contacted the caller who said the people were always arguing except for that day.
Tired of being cold
In Blairsden, a man called dispatch and said he wanted to go to jail because he was tired of being cold. He got angry and disconnected. A deputy attempted to contact the man and left a message. A deputy then contacted another deputy and requested a welfare check. A deputy spoke to the reporting party’s wife. She thought she knew where her husband was and the deputy was going to look there. A deputy spoke to the reporting party. After checking into the situation the deputy thought that adult protective services should be contacted. A worker with APS was responding because there was no hot water or heat at the residence. A deputy contacted APS and learned the man refused assistance from them.
Not so safe, safe
In Blairsden, a reporting party said she came home for lunch and found her door open. She checked her residence and discovered her safe was gone. She described it and said it had a combination lock on the door. Inside was about $10,000 in cash. She thought she knew who was responsible because the person had stolen from her before. It was learned that the residence wasn’t locked; there was no video surveillance and no witnesses. The caller had no idea where the suspect was staying but had a phone number.
In Portola, a reporting party said that another juvenile assaulted her daughter. She said the juvenile tried to stab her daughter with a pair of scissors. She didn’t think the school was taking the incident seriously. A deputy contacted the mother and would also contact the school the following day.
Someone’s causing trouble
In Beckwourth, a caller said that her sister had been drinking and causing problems all day. It was unknown if she had any weapons. The caller thought that her sister was on probation from another county. A deputy was out of the area. The information and probation terms were sent to someone and a deputy finally contacted the caller. Everyone was fine by that time.
In Quincy, a caller reported that two people were arguing in an apartment. A deputy said they agreed to keep the peace.
Light fell apart
On Highway 70 at Mill Creek in Quincy, it was reported that the traffic signal wasn’t working. It appeared that some sort of traffic collision caused part of the light fixture to fall on the ground. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Camping near favorite hangout
In Portola, a caller reported that a man set up a camp behind the bar. The reporting party asked that a deputy contact the man and ask him to move along. The reporting party was concerned about the man’s welfare. He is usually at the bar all day and no one has seen him since the previous day. The bartender said the man came in a few days earlier and then left his property, trash and vehicle on private property.
Accident in road construction
On Highway 70 a fourth-of-a-mile east of Belden, the CHP requested fire and medical for a vehicle accident in the road construction area. The CHP reported that a vehicle struck some rocks. Three juveniles were in the vehicle and they complained of head and arm pain. The patients were transported to Plumas District Hospital.
Concerned about a dog
In Quincy, a caller reported that a dog was barking and it had been left outside for an extended time. The reporting party tried to contact the resident but she didn’t answer the door. The caller thought something might be wrong. A vehicle was in the driveway. A sergeant contacted the person who put the dog inside.
Sunday, Dec. 1
Another disturbance reported
In Quincy, a caller reported that her ex boyfriend wouldn’t give her cat back. The reporting party called later and said she would try to get her cat the following day.
In Chester, a caller reported that her neighbor cleaned the snow off her front porch. She didn’t see him she only heard him. No deputy was in the area.
Fence knocked out
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone took out his fence sometime during the night. He thought it was someone in a dark SUV. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Downed powerline reported
In Quincy in the neighborhood of Pioneer and Redberg, a reporting party offered second hand information about a downed line.
On the Beckwourth Genesee Road, a caller reported that two people and two dogs were stuck. They had water but nothing else. They called a tow company but they refused to help. A deputy told them ways to get unstuck and was going to check out their status. They called back and said they were unable to get unstuck. Someone was going to go there with chains and get them out. They got back on the road.
Barn fire reported
On North Valley Road near Greenville, a caller reported a barn fire down the road from her. She didn’t know if any animals were inside. No residences were close to the structure. Someone from a fire department said it was a burn pile only.
Stuck in Meadow Valley
A caller said she couldn’t get out of her driveway due to the snow. She was told that the sheriff’s office couldn’t plow her driveway for her.
On Highway 36, five miles south of Chester, a caller reported that cars had spun out and were stuck in the snow. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In the Lake Davis area, a caller reported an assault that occurred earlier in the month between a man and a woman.
Saturday, Nov. 30
Abandoned vehicle reported
At the Long Point area at Lake Davis, a caller reported an abandoned vehicle was spotted. All of its windows were broken out. It was at the Long Point Campground in the back parking area. The reporting party was fishing off the point and could point out where the vehicle was located. The information was transferred to the USFS.
Mountain lion reported
On Driftwood Cove Road in the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller said that a mountain lion killed a deer in her yard the previous day. The deer was still there and the crows were getting it. She wouldn’t let her dogs go outside. She said that she wasn’t able to call fish and wildlife until Monday. She said that she talked to someone at the Lake Almanor Country Club, but they wouldn’t remove the carcass from her property.
In Portola, the CHP dispatch reported an incident but their unit wasn’t available. A deputy reported that it was a mutual incident between two women. No one wanted to press charges.
More signs needed
On Bucks Lake Road and Big Creek Road the CHP requested that information be passed on to the county road department. More signage was needed for the no parking zone. There was one sign and it was obstructed. The CHP wanted a sign that was visible during a snowstorm. The information was transferred to Joe Blackwell at the road department.
In Portola on Third and Pacific, a deputy reported assisting the driver of a propane truck that got stuck. The driver needed an extra set of chains for the truck. The deputy was retrieving them from the main office.
East of Highway 70 at Highway 89 in Blairsden, a caller reported seeing a fire.
Another fire reported
On C Road and Red Fox Road in Blairsden, a caller reported seeing a fire just off the highway and into the trees. Graeagle and Plumas Eureka fire departments were paged. The CHP reported that a unit was out with the fire on C Road and that it was accessible to Red Fox Road. Eastern Plumas Fire Department was paged and informed that the new location was in their area. The information was also transferred to the USFS. According to the CHP dispatch, the location of the fire was Grey Squirrel and Red Fox Road. The CHP couldn’t access the property. That information was transferred to the USFS and the local fire department. The CHP reported about 10 minutes later that it was a private burn pile on private property. The USFS said they wouldn’t respond because there was a foot of snow on the ground. Eastern Plumas Fire Department personnel were unable to locate the fire but were staying in the area to check more. A deputy spoke to a man who was attending slash piles said that everything was fine.
Suspicious situation reported
In Quincy, a caller said that a woman was harassing him. He said that she kept showing up at his residence and telling him that he owed her $20. A deputy spoke to the man. The woman wasn’t around at that time. The man would call back if he needed further assistance.
Truck into tree
On Highway 36 three miles west of Chester, a caller reported that someone in a truck drove into a tree. A second caller reported that the accident was about eight miles west of Chester. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Old dog needed help
In Portola, a caller reported that an elderly yellow dog was hanging around the Dollards and Gulling area all day. It was out in the weather. It was known who the dog belonged to and it was thought he was in jail. The dog was taken to the animal shelter.
Homeless person noted
In Blairsden, a caller reported that a homeless woman was in the area. There was a new path around the nursery and it was thought the woman was squatting there. A deputy said there was no evidence of a squatter. It was suspicious circumstances only.
Disturbing someone’s peace
In Chester, a caller reported that his neighbor was making loud noises in his apartment. He was banging around and disturbing the peace. A deputy contacted the man who was creating noise and he didn’t answer the door. It was unknown whether he was home or not. The deputy provided the reporting party with the proper civil procedures.
The man needed a ride!
In the Lake Almanor area, a tow truck driver reported that a man called his business and said he needed a ride to a specific location to get his vehicle. The businessperson said they didn’t provide that service and the man reportedly made strange statements. A deputy contacted the man who was fine and said he just needed a ride to his vehicle. The man said he would try to find someone to give him a ride in the morning.
In Chester, a caller said she could hear a disturbance caused by a man and a woman. She didn’t know the exact address. A deputy reported they were arguing and the man left.
Friday, Nov. 29
Child locked in a car
In Quincy, a caller said that her two-year-old was locked in her car. The information was transferred to the CHP. The CHP was extended from Graeagle due to road conditions. Deputies assisted the caller and the child was out of the vehicle.
Wife is missing
In Portola, a caller said that his wife was missing for the past 13 hours. Her texts stopped and he didn’t know how she was traveling. The Lincoln Police Department called to see if the local sheriff’s office had filed a missing persons case. The individual said a man was in their lobby wanting LPD to file a missing persons report. A deputy attempted to contact the woman and didn’t reach her. There was a valid restraining order on file with the woman being the protected party. A deputy spoke to someone who said the victim was fine and in Susanville. She didn’t want to be a missing person. She said she hadn’t spoken to the reporting party and never wanted to speak to him.
Out with a dog
In Portola, a deputy reported being out with a dog in the middle of the road in the area of Gulling and East Sierra. A deputy was unable to catch the animal.
In Quincy, a caller said her car was missing. It was in the driveway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Door found unlocked
In Quincy, a caller went to a business and discovered the door was unlocked and no one was inside. A deputy spoke to people in the area who saw the manager go in earlier. The doors were secured.
A fourth-mile west of Keddie, a caller reported that a large rock was in the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Wrecked by a lake
On Eagle Lake Road, a caller said her son wrecked a vehicle there. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported seeing a fire east of DeMartile’s. He wasn’t sure but thought it was a brush fire. Quincy Fire Department was paged. It was a single burn pile and everything was okay.
In Portola, it was reported that in the area of the Pine Ridge Apartments someone was setting off fireworks. A deputy checked the area and all was quiet.
Off to find a Christmas tree
In the Frenchman Lake area, a caller said that about six people went to get a Christmas tree and didn’t return. They parked their vehicles at Hallelujah Junction and left in one vehicle. A caller said the people were savvy about the outdoors and probably had food and water with them. A caller reconnected and said that some of the people returned. They did get stuck in the vehicle they took, but were free and returning to their other vehicles.
Spin out reported
On Highway 70 at Two Rivers, a caller said she spun out. No injuries were reported. She was facing oncoming traffic and stuck. The information was transferred to the CHP. The woman called back and said she managed to get her Excursion unstuck and was on her way.
Big rock reported
On Highway 147 and County Road A13 in the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that there was a large boulder in the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Greenville, a caller said a man assaulted her and her boyfriend. No medical was needed and no weapons were involved. The man left in a pickup and had been drinking. A deputy explained temporary restraining order procedures to the couple.
Near Greenville, a caller reported that someone driving a white pickup rolled it. The man was out of the pickup and wasn’t injured. The information was transferred to the CHP.
On county Road A23 south of Valley Vista in the Beckwourth area, a caller reported that a curb (curve?) ahead sign was faded. The caller requested that the information be passed on to the road department. The information was given to that department.
Thursday, Nov. 28
Dispatch found a 911 open line from the Chester area. The dispatcher could hear a disturbance in the background. The information was transferred to the CHP to assist. A deputy said that the parties agreed to keep the peace and the woman left the residence.
Pile up reported
On Highway 32 near Chester, a caller reported a multi-car pile up. The information was transferred to the CHP.
On Bucks Lake Road just past Tollgate, a caller reported two cars were in an accident. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to the CHP.
SUV off the road
On Highway 70 and Mohawk Vista Drive near Graeagle, a caller reported that a white SUV was off the road. The driver was in the eastbound lane and went down a hill about 20 feet. The information was transferred to the CHP. The victim was out of the vehicle and on the roadway. It was non-injury.
Dog locked in
In Taylorsville, a caller said she locked her keys in the car and her dog was inside. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Chasing a dog all over the place
In Portola, a caller said that someone in a car stopped and hit a dog with a shovel and then drove away. A deputy said he/she was unable to locate the person or the dog but would attempt a follow up the following day. A deputy reported that a pit bull was located. It belonged to someone and knew where that person could be contacted. The deputy said the dog was found and no animal cruelty was going on. The owner had been chasing the incorrigible dog all over Portola.
Man thinks he’s going to be fine
In Portola, dispatch found an open line for 911 with some type of disturbance. A man said he thought he was going to have a problem but then thought he would be okay. A caller said that a man was at his residence trying to fight him. No weapons were seen. Both parties said it was verbal only and agreed to keep the peace.
In Graeagle, information from the CHP requested a welfare check of a female loitering at a store. A deputy gave the individual a ride.
Someone wants to know too much
In Chester, a caller requested extra patrol checks at her residence. She said a woman was asking mutual friends a lot of questions about her. The information was sent to the substation.
On Highway 89 near Graeagle, a caller said that a female was hitchhiking in the area about an hour ago. Dispatch told the caller that a deputy had already contacted the woman.
Wednesday, Nov. 27
Dogs could cause trouble
On Highway 70 one mile east of Portola, a caller reported that two dogs were in the roadway and that they might cause an accident. A deputy located the two dogs. They were very aggressive, but the deputy was able to get them out of the roadway. The information was sent to animal control.
Explosion followed by yelling
In Quincy, a caller reported hearing an explosion at some apartments and then could hear someone yelling. A deputy was unable to locate anything suspicious.
In Portola, a caller requested medical. Someone fell out of a wheelchair and broke a leg. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care.
Vehicles spinning out
On Highway 70 at Maybe, it was reported that two vehicles were spinning out in the snow. Traffic was being held in both east and westbound lanes for the incident. One vehicle spun into a CHP vehicle. The CHP was going to handle the issue.
Ran into a bank
On Highway 70 one mile east of Blairsden, it was reported that a vehicle ran into the embankment. A deputy reported that the vehicle was clear.
In Portola, a juvenile reported that his or her mother offered marijuana and beer to a child. A deputy reported that it was unfounded. The information was forwarded to the district attorney.
Pickup stalled in the roadway
On Highway 70 and the Old Highway, a caller said there was a car wreck with a pickup stalled in the roadway. No medical was required. The CHP had an extended time of arrival and a deputy was requested. The vehicle was loaded onto a tow truck.
Child in an episode
In Quincy, a child told his father that his mother and her girlfriend hit him and that the girlfriend choked him. The information was given to a deputy who said the information was unfounded. The child was having an episode and the parents were trying to restrain him. The information was transferred to the district attorney.
In Beckwourth, a caller reported that her son’s girlfriend’s family and another person were texting her and harassing her because her son wasn’t at their Thanksgiving. A deputy explained civil procedures.
At the causeway at Lake Almanor, someone reported that someone in an SUV was shooting from the highway. Two people were seen dressed in camo with rifles. A deputy said they were juveniles who were hunting and they were shooting in a safe manner.
The ring has it
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone in a white SUV was parked in the caller’s driveway. The caller was out of town but could see the SUV from his Ring camera. The caller requested contact from a deputy. The vehicle was gone and there was no track up to the house or around the yard according to a deputy.
Road closure reported
On County Road A 15 and Ridgewood Drive near Portola, it was reported that a pickup with a dog went over an embankment. They were out of the vehicle. A deputy said no property damage occurred. The city of Portola was asked to sand the corner of the roadway. County Road A15 was closed temporarily so the vehicle could be recovered.
In Chester, a deputy reporting citing an individual who was charged with driving an unregistered vehicle.
Blocking the road
In Graeagle, a caller reported that she spun out on Tolowa and Paiute and was blocking the road. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Trying to hitchhike
At White Hawk Ranch and Highway 89, a caller reported that a woman was at the entrance to White Hawk Ranch and was trying to hitch a ride. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Got attacked for good deed
In Chester, a caller said he gave a woman a ride to her house. He said she freaked out and started hitting him. He told her to get out of his truck. She dropped her phone and he wanted to give it back to her. A deputy said he would pick up the phone the following day.
In Quincy, it was reported that an individual was talking for an elderly woman who was the victim of a telephone scam. A deputy contacted the reporting party who said a man told the other woman she won a prize but she needed to pay $2,500 to claim it.
In Graeagle, a caller said there was a fire in the forest across from a business. The information was transferred to the USFS and Graeagle Fire Department. The fire department reported that it was a burn pile.
In Chilcoot, a caller said that someone broke into her residence and grabbed things. She said there were two men wearing masks. A deputy reported that no burglary or trespassing occurred.
Light flicker reported
In Chester, a caller reported that a light was flickering at the ABC Center. It was thought that water got into a light fixture and the caller was concerned it would start a fire. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Vegetation fire reported
On Highway 89 and Little Bear near Graeagle, someone reported a vegetation fire. It was about 300 yards southwest of the tracks and was 200 to 300 feet in length. The CHP said the resort had a burn pile.
In Quincy, a caller said very loud beeping was coming from the fairgrounds near the rodeo and racetrack areas. The information was given to sergeants who were in dispatch. A sergeant reported that the beeping was coming from the mill.
Vehicle off the roadway
On Highway 32 east of Butte Meadows near Chester, a caller reported that a vehicle went off the road and ended up in the ditch. No one was injured and they were on the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Tuesday, Nov. 26
In Greenville, a caller said that her husband left the previous night and she hasn’t seen him. She said he wouldn’t answer her calls. She didn’t know where he went and said he was wearing shorts. A deputy said he wasn’t missing. He was at his mother’s house in Davis. A deputy was going to attempt to contact the reporting party.
Woman threatens a man
In Quincy, a caller said a woman threatened him that morning. He asked for contact with a deputy. He wanted to know how to get a temporary restraining order. A deputy provided those procedures. The caller also requested that the woman be trespassed from a specific location.
In Quincy, a caller said that a man violated a restraining order by driving by her and waving. She asked to speak to a deputy.
Get off the property
In Quincy, someone requested that another person who was staying in an RV be trespassed from the property. The reporting party received a notice from code enforcement that the RV needed to be removed from the property. The reporting party later said that a squatter was on her property in an RV.
Fell off the roof
In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for a man who fell off the roof. Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire Department were notified. A helicopter was requested. Care Flight couldn’t respond due to the weather. Someone from medical said the patient would be transported by ambulance to Renown in Reno.
Needed a ride from La Porte
In La Porte, a caller said that a family was requesting a tow for a vehicle and a ride to get them back to Portola. They needed the ride because they lost the keys to the vehicle. The insurance company had been contacted. The information was transferred to the CHP.
On Highway 147 at Quarry Road in the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported a vehicle accident. The information was transferred to the CHP. The information was also transferred to SIFC.
Trespasser at the post office
In Graeagle, a caller said a woman was trespassing at the post office. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. A deputy reported that the woman agreed to move along, but she wasn’t officially trespassed from that property.
In Portola, a caller said he was with another man and that a woman was missing. She had been last seen on the previous Saturday. The man was staying at a motel but the caller didn’t know the exact room number. A deputy contacted that man who said he didn’t want to file a missing persons report. He just wanted someone to check on her. She was in jail and was fine.
On Highway 70 at the Spanish Creek Bridge near Keddie, a caller said a truck was blocking the roadway. It had jack-knifed on the bridge. The information was transferred to the CHP. A second reporting party said that several vehicles were involved in minor traffic collision when they tried to stop for the truck. Caltrans was on scene. The information was transferred to the CHP. Multiple calls were received. The highway was closed for a while.
Sign reported down
In Graeagle, a caller said her son slid into a stop sign and it fell over. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a scam call was received regarding Social Security.
Eastbound on Highway 70 just east of the USFS in Indian Valley, a caller said he was rear-ended by another vehicle. Everyone was okay. The CHP pulled up just as the reporting party contacted dispatch.
Into the ditch
On Highway 70 at the Greenhorn Ranch Road in Spring Garden, a caller said his vehicle went into the ditch. No medical was needed. The information was transferred to the CHP. The CHP did request medical for a female who complained of back pain. Greenhorn Fire Department and Plumas District Hospital were paged.
Another non-injury incident
At Quincy Junction and Lee Road in Quincy, a caller reported that she was just rear-ended. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to the CHP. Quincy Fire Department was paged for traffic control. The vehicle was in need of a tow.
On Bucks Lake Road north of Big Creek Road, a caller said that his trailer slid in the snow and jack-knifed. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Vehicle upside down
At Big Cove Road at Lake Almanor, a second-hand report came in of an upside down vehicle. The vehicle was unoccupied and out of the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Portola, a deputy reported citing a man who was charged with operating a vehicle when the windshield of rear window is defective, not having both license plates attached to a vehicle, driving an unregistered vehicle, and no proof of financial responsibility.
Into a power pole
On Lee Road and Pioneer Road, a caller reported that a min van ran into a fence and a pole. The vehicle was unoccupied. The CHP requested that the fire department respond as a precaution due to the high voltage power lines. Quincy Fire Department and PG&E were notified.
Giving dirty looks
In Portola, a caller said that a man gave him a dirty look while at a store. A deputy contacted the reporting party and explained that no crime was committed. The deputy did provide the proper civil procedures to use.
Stuck in the snow
On the Quincy to La Porte Road at the Blue Nose turnout, a caller said that she and her husband were stuck in the snow in a new Edge. They were about 3.5 miles north of Onion Valley. The information was transferred to the CHP. There were road-closed signs up at Partlows and the gate was locked on the La Porte side. The CHP requested that search and rescue be paged. The people were fine and were taken to a motel in Quincy.
Concerned about woman and the snowstorm
In Graeagle, a caller said a woman was in front of a business and that she was concerned about her welfare in the snowstorm. A deputy contacted the crisis line and they refused to put her up for the night due to previous issues. The woman was dressed for bad weather. The woman was given a no trespass warning for the business.
Stuck in the snow
On Grizzly Ranch Road and Sometime Road near Portola, a caller reported that he was stuck in a van. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that she just received notification that her back door was open. She was in Chico. The reporting party thought that the wind might have blown it open.
Spin out in the snow
On Highway 70 near Keddie, it was reported that a semi spun out and was partially blocking the southbound lanes. No injuries were reported. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Someone needed a ride
In Quincy, a caller called 911 and requested a ride to Cromberg. The person was told not to call 911 for a ride. He was also told that a deputy would contact him. A deputy counseled the man and again told him not to call 911. The deputy asked if Plumas District Hospital could transport him home. A deputy contacted the man again who said he would call 911 all night. Someone with the ambulance said they would provide the man a ride to his residence.