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 March 11 to March 17.
BY THE NUMBERS
98 calls to 911 and dispatch
66 requests for assistance
55 medical requests
52 calls involving the CHP
51 reports involving fire departments
34 calls involving children or juveniles
29 calls about suspicious circumstances
22 civil calls
20 traffic incidents
18 disturbances reported
15 calls to REMSA
13 reports involving probation or parole
10 hazards reported
9 reports of intoxication
7 requests for a welfare check
7 reports of theft
6 reports involving schools
6 reports of harassment
5 reports to child protective services
5 extra patrol checks
5 reports to SIFC
5 reports involving vandalism
5 animal control reports
4 calls to the USFS
4 cases of domestic violence reported
3 reports of assisting other agencies
3 reports of trespassing
3 reports to the district attorney
3 reports involving drugs
3 deaths reported
3 citations reported
The CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating his probation.
An officer reported the arrest of a woman charged with injury of a spouse or cohabitant. A caller reported physical violence with a woman. She threw a plate at his head. He didn’t want medical help, but was bleeding. No other weapons were reported. The woman was then outside and the caller locked the door. He said he had no relationship with the woman. The CHP was en route from Quincy to provide cover.
The CHP reported receiving a 911 call from a woman who requested an officer. She didn’t know her address but said where the place was located. When the woman was recontacted she said that her boyfriend was really intoxicated and arguing. No weapons were involved. The man was arrested and charged with being intoxicated.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation, brandishing a weapon or firearm, and making threats.
A deputy reported that three people were arrested. Two of the people were passed out at Quincy High School and two children were in a stroller. They were located on the bike trail by the gym. One man was charged with intoxication and violating his probation. Another man was charged with intoxication and false imprisonment. A woman was also charged with false imprisonment and for being intoxicated. Plumas District Hospital staged, but medical wasn’t needed. The information was transferred to child protective services.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation.
The CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with multiple violations including assault with a deadly weapon and driving without a license.
On a probation check, a deputy reported the arrest of two men. One was charged with probation violation. The other was charged with an out-of-county warrant.
The CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol level of .08 percent or higher.
A corrections officer reported that a man caused damage to the jail. A deputy reported his arrest. He was charged with vandalism.
Tuesday, March 17
Someone shoveling snow
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that she received information from a neighbor that someone was shoveling snow in her backyard. They were making a path to her backdoor. She was calling from Okalahoma. A sergeant said that nothing was shoveled and there were no footprints in the snow.
In Portola, a caller reported that a vehicle was stolen from an auto dealership. A deputy said that besides the Honda, a Bronco was also taken. The information was transferred to the CHP to be on the lookout.
Snow went into the roadway
In Greenville, a caller said a man was shoveling snow into the roadway. He also wouldn’t move his vehicle so that the road department could plow the road. The caller was concerned that emergency responders couldn’t get through. The information was transferred to the road department.
On North Arm Road by the fire station near Crescent Mills, a caller said that a large limb was across the road. The information was transferred to the CHP. The road department was also notified.
In Greenville, a caller said that someone took her vehicle and forged the paperwork to show a different owner. She asked to talk to a deputy. The deputy explained it was a civil issue.
Tree in the roadway
On Highway 89 at the apple orchard, the CHP reported that a tree was blocking the highway.
In Portola, a man reportedly went to a deputy and reported vandalism to a car window. The subject was filing a false report.
Down in the snow
In Taylorsville, a caller reported that he fell and is stuck in about 3 feet of snow and can’t get up. The information was transferred to REMSA. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire and PDH were paged. The man was assisted. No medical was needed.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a line was down and didn’t believe it was hot. It was reported to PG&E.
Into a ditch
In Greenville, a deputy reported that a vehicle went into a ditch. No one was injured. A deputy said the vehicle was back on the roadway.
Cost of love
In Portola, a deputy received a report of harassment. The individual wrote someone an alimony check that said the “Cost of love” on the memo line.
In Delleker, a caller requested medical for a man who fell and possibly broke his ankle. Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire were paged.
In Quincy, it was reported that a powerline was down with smoke in a structure. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged. The information was also transferred to PG&E.
Tree falls on home
In Portola, a caller reported that a tree fell on a summer home. A deputy said it was a small tree that fell and no significant damage was found. The owners could handle when they return.
Low lying line
In Quincy, a caller reported a low lying line and he couldn’t use the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP. The officer tied the telephone line to the unoccupied home.
Traffic collision reported
On Highway 32 just past Butte Meadows, a caller reported a traffic collision. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Monday, March 16
In Quincy, a caller reported that a tree came down on the powerlines. Quincy Fire was paged. They said it was a tree reported earlier. PG&E was contacted.
Near Greenville, a caller reported that some powerlines were sparking and there was no power. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire were notified. PG&E was contacted and had a 90-minute response time. It was reported that a tree was on the lines. PG&E arrived before they thought they could.
Stuck in the roadway
On Highway 70 west of the Old Highway near Keddie, a caller reported that he got his Toyota stuck in the roadway. No injuries were reported and he wasn’t blocking the road. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Dogs at sub
In Greenville, it was reported that a woman was on her way to pick up her two dogs that were at the substation. They had been at large.
Vehicle in the ditch
On Highway 70 near Quincy, dispatch found an open 911 call and heard a woman crying. It was a possible traffic collision and the caller hung up. A second call came a few minutes later. The person was still crying and was unable to provide any information. The person and hung up again. The information was transferred to the CHP. Quincy Fire and PDH were paged. A third call came in from a man who reported that the vehicle was in a ditch, but he didn’t stop to check on the people. A patient was taken up an embankment.
In Greenville, a deputy reported citing a woman after her vehicle went into a ditch. She was charged with no proof of valid registration.
Slipped ankle monitor
In Quincy, a caller requested that officers be on the lookout for a man who had taken off his ankle monitor about two days earlier. The subject was a transient and could be arrested and charged with violating his parole. A deputy pulled related records and couldn’t find a recent address for the man. The deputy was going to attempt to contact the man’s mother. The deputy was unable to locate the man.
Dispute about snowplow
In Delleker, a reporting party was reporting an argument with a tenant. The tenant said they hit his truck with a snowplow. The caller said they didn’t.
Sending harassing texts
In Delleker, a caller reported that a tenant was sending harassing text messages to her husband. A deputy said there was no damage to the vehicles and the man was counseled about his behavior.
A caller reported that her husband was with two others in Wilcox Valley in the Genesee area. Their trucks were parked at the bottom of Hungry Creek Road and they went in from Greenville. They had a Garmin phone. They had left a cabin yesterday. Everyone was in their 40s and were in good shape with no health conditions. They had snowshoes, camping and shelter equipment. Later the reporting party said the men made it back to their trucks. She called back and said they were unable to get their trucks out and needed assistance. A sergeant said the men were located and brought down.
Safety deposit box not so safe
In Quincy, a caller reported that things were stolen out of a safety deposit box at a bank. A deputy contacted the manager who said it was impossible for a theft to occur in a safety deposit box. It couldn’t be accessed with the bank key alone. It requires the owner’s key at the same time. The only way to access the box without a key is to have it drilled by the bank’s drilling company. There is also a log that documents every time someone accesses the box. It is also signed in and out. The reporting party was the last one to access the box. There was also no damage to the box.
Thrown out for using the restroom
In Quincy, a caller reported that the employees at a store threw him out when he used the restroom after they closed it to the public because of the coronavirus. He didn’t think they could refuse to let someone use the facility and wanted to speak to a deputy. The deputy spoke to the man and provided civil procedures.
Ran over son
In Delleker, a caller reported that she ran over her son with her Jeep while he was sledding. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire. The CHP was also notified. The child was transported to EPHC.
Snow blocking traffic
On Highway 70 at Butterfly Valley, a deputy said there was a large amount of snow in the roadway that was blocking traffic. The information was transferred to the CHP.
One mile from Highway 32 in the eastbound lane near Chester, a caller reported large boulders in the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
What does the cat say?
In the Bucks Lake area, a caller said she was in Mexico. The person she asked to watch her cat was sending threatening text messages to her and making threats. She said she would call back with more information the next day.
Dogs ran away
In Portola, a caller said he was out walking his dogs. When he slipped they ran off. The information was sent to animal control.
Locked himself up
In Crescent Mills, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about an issue he was having with his daughter and her ex. Then a 911 call was received from the daughter and her ex about a physical disturbance. The parties were separated. A man got hit by the woman and had a bloody nose. The woman left with the man’s keys. The information was provided to a deputy and the CHP. The woman returned to the house and went inside. The man locked himself in a trailer and wasn’t engaging the female.
Juveniles in the car
From Clear Creek to Chester, a be on the lookout for a possible drunk driver was sent out by the CHP. The driver had juveniles in the pickup. A deputy checked from Chester down Highway 36, County Road A13 and to Highway 147.
Sunday, March 15
In Portola, a deputy reported receiving information of smoke in the area. The deputy was going to investigate. The deputy said that no flames were visible put it was coming from a pellet stove or flue. The deputy requested Eastern Plumas Fire to respond. Everything was okay.
Restraining order in place
In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman was out front of her house and was texting a man. The caller said there was a restraining order between the two people. The man was the restraining party. The caller requested a deputy respond to have the woman leave. A deputy said she left and agreed to stay away.
Leaning pole reported
On Main and Quincy Junction Road, the CHP reported that a power pole was leaning and the wires were going across the road. The CHP had notified PG&E, and the fire department wasn’t needed. The CHP requested that someone from the county road department divert traffic down Lee Road. Later the roadway was opened.
Another stuck in the snow
A caller said he left his cabin on his UTV to go home and got stuck on Little Grass Valley Road. He said he was attempting to turn around to go back to the cabin and did that. He no longer needed help.
On Oddie Way in Quincy, a caller reported that a tree was down in the road and a branch was pushing the line down. It was unknown if it was a power line. The information was transferred to PG&E. The reporting party called back and said the neighbor removed it. PG&E couldn’t find any lines down.
In Portola, a caller said that a cover to a hole in the street was missing. He was unable to locate it and was staying in the area to make sure no one drove over the open hole. A deputy took over. The deputy contacted a city worker who said they were aware of the problem. The deputy said the city put up signs until the hole could be covered.
In Portola, a caller reported that someone was non-stop texting him saying that she was getting a restraining order. She is also sending him harassing messages. The reporting party was agitated when dispatched asked him questions. When the caller recontacted dispatch it sounded like an argument was in the background between the reporting party and the woman. The CHP was asked to assist if they had an officer in the area. A deputy did contact the man who was uncooperative. The deputy was en route to the woman’s residence and confirmed they were arguing. The parties were separated. They were arguing about a juvenile.
Man taking a walk
On Highways 36 and 89, a caller reported that a man was walking on the side of the highway. He was just walking in the middle of the road apparently. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a tree branch came down on a line. No lines were on the ground. The information was transferred to PG&E.
In Portola, a caller said that someone came up and tried to pull him out of his car. He didn’t know why the person did it. He said the man was dating his ex and was harassing him. The man was still at the gas station in a Chevy with two snow blowers in the back. He didn’t know if the man had any weapons. Then the man left traveling westbound on Highway 70. A deputy was unable to locate either person. The deputy provided proper temporary restraining procedures to the reporting party.
Left on the side
Near Quincy, a caller said he was leaving his vehicle on the side of the road until he could get it unstuck at a later time. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Stuck in the middle
In Quincy, a caller said she got her 1998 Ford stuck in the center snow bank on the road. There were no injuries. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Harassment by knocking
In Quincy, a caller said a man knocked on her door and was harassing her. Then he left. The reporting party said the man had a restraining order against her and was trying to contact her.
Near Taylorsville, a caller said that some dogs were chained up with no shelter. Then the caller hung up without providing more information. The information was transferred to animal control.
Won’t leave the bar
In Quincy, dispatch received a 911 hang-up call. When dispatch called back the person said that a man was refusing to leave the bar but then decided to leave. A sergeant was unable to locate the man.
In Chilcoot, a caller said her husband grabbed her by the throat and threw her against the wall in front of the children. The man was intoxicated and left. The call was transferred to Lassen County.
Outside the window
In Quincy, dispatch received a hang-up call. When they called back the person said that a man was at her house. A deputy said he was unable to find the man around the residence. He was also unable to locate any footprints in the snow. She said she saw the man outside her bedroom window. The deputy told the woman to take a photo of the subject the next time he returns.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported an argument with a woman. The reporting party just broke up a party with underage drinking at the woman’s home. The parties were separated and agreed to keep the peace.
Saturday, March 14
In Quincy, a caller reported that her neighbor was being loud and making a lot of noises. A deputy spoke to the man who agreed to keep the peace. The reporting party called back and said he was still being loud. A deputy said it was a civil issue and the area was quiet.
Flying phone reported
In Quincy, a caller said that a man threw his phone at her windshield and it cracked it. When a deputy was able to reach the woman she no longer needed assistance.
Dog bite reported
In Quincy, someone at PDH reported a dog bite. The man was treated the previous day for a bite from his own dog. It broke the skin on his calf and left hand. The dog was being quarantined at home.
He won’t leave
In Quincy, a caller reported that she told a man multiple times to leave her home. She didn’t know who the man was. She hung up before giving dispatch additional information. A deputy contacted the woman who said she would reconnect if needed.
Truck driver stuck
On La Porte Road near Quincy, someone with the road department reported that a truck driver was stuck about 4 or 5 miles past the plowing point. A woman was giving the driver a ride to town, but the truck was staying put. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Man and woman causing disturbance
In Delleker, a caller said there was a disturbance caused by himself and his ex wife. They were both in the house. No weapons were there. Dispatch said he was very evasive and demanded that deputies get to his house. The information was transferred to the CHP to assist. A caller reported that a man just broke open the door and was causing problems. There were children in the home. The caller said the man was leaving. Then the man called 911 and was yelling and screaming profanities. Then the caller was advised to meet with a deputy at the substation. Then someone called and said he was going back to the residence and didn’t care if he went to jail. Both parties were eventually separated. The man was trespassed from the woman’s house.
Hazard on the road
On Little Bear Road in Blairsden, it was reported that a tree fell on the roadway. The information was transferred to the road department.
Truck stuck at boat launch
About a half mile south of the Gold Lake boat launch and Gold Lake highway, a caller reported that a truck got stuck in the snow on the roadway. The reporting party said they tried to wipe the snow off the truck to look inside, but it was hard to see. It did look like fishing gear was inside. It had a Louisiana plate. The information was transferred to Sierra County.
Lost wallet and badge
In Chester, a caller said he lost his wallet and thought it might be in a particular sore. He was concerned because his badge was inside. An attempt was made to get in touch with the storeowners and there was no answer.
Barn fire reported
About a half mile before the Heart K property near Taylorsville, a caller reported that a barn was on fire. No houses were around it. The information was transferred to the USFS as a precaution. The reporting party called back and said that from his house it looked like the barn was on fire. It was really a big trash/wood pile. Everyone was cancelled.
Flue fire reported
In Greenville a caller reported a flue fire and Indian Valley Fire was paged. The reporting party called back and said she thought the fire was out, but still wanted the fire department to respond.
On North Valley Road in front of a trailer park near Greenville, someone reported that a Jeep was off the roadway. Everyone was out of the vehicle. The information was transferred to the CHP. Medical and fire were paged as a precaution. The information was also transferred to REMSA. A man left the scene.
Friday, March 13
Missing person reported
In the Vinton area, a caller reported that her grandmother’s brother was missing since March 11. She said there were medical issues with him. The brother had gone missing before and does it about the same time every year. The last time he was found in Reno. He didn’t have a cell phone and would be on foot. The CHP reported that they hadn’t had any contact during the last few days. His sister was going to the Reno area to look for him. A deputy was searching several east end areas. A deputy also called Reno hospitals and the Washoe Police Department, but he wasn’t there. He was entered into the missing persons database. Reno and Sparks law enforcement were noticed and surrounding counties were called. A deputy was told that the man was contacted by the CHP the morning of March 11. A deputy was following up. A CHP officer gave the man a ride to Hallelujah Junction on March 10. Nothing further was noted.
Out standing in a field
In Quincy, a caller reported that two males were standing in a field kicking a dog. A deputy was unable to locate them.
Trespasser dealt with
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that a neighbor kept coming on to the caller’s property. A deputy said the man was trespassed from the property.
In Portola, an animal control officer reported issuing a woman a citation for two wild animals.
Need a vacuum?
In Quincy, a caller said that a vacuum salesman was knocking on the door and didn’t have a permit.
Harassing the help
In Chilcoot, a caller reported that a woman was harassing the store workers. She was driving her vehicle in circles around the store. The information was transferred to the CHP. A deputy was asked to give the woman a trespass warning. The deputy was unable to locate the woman or her white truck. Someone from the store called again and said the woman returned.
In the Cromberg area, a caller reported someone was shooting for the last three hours across from a quarry. Fish and wildlife was to handle the situation. A deputy reported that the shooting stopped. The reporting party said that fish and wildlife was responding.
Smile you’re on Ring
In Quincy, a caller reported seeing an unknown man on her Ring security camera. He was wearing baggy pants and a plaid shirt. She had already had a vacuum salesman at the door. The man walked away when she didn’t answer the door.
Ambulance needed for fall victim
In Graeagle, a caller requested an ambulance for a 96-year-old woman who fell down a flight of stairs. She was transported to EPHC.
Man won’t leave
In Chester, a caller requested that a deputy contact a tall person who wouldn’t leave the business property. He was there panhandling. He was asked to leave, but refused. The man was trespassed from the property.
Theft of tools reported
In Quincy, a caller said her ex-husband stole tools and a weed eater from her home during a civil standby. A deputy contacted the caller and provided her with civil procedures and also information about a temporary restraining order.
Missing person might be on Highway 70
On Highway 70 between Paxton and the Greenville Wye, the USFS reported that their Feather River Oroville Unit was contacted by the sister of a missing person out of Daily City. The woman’s key fob pinged to the Paxton area. The woman was last seen in Daly City in November 2018. She was heading to a mall in San Francisco. Her car was recovered in a parking lot near the Golden Gate Bridge. The sister was coming to this area to look for the key fob. The USFS wasn’t available to look until the following day. A deputy checked the area, but didn’t locate the woman.
In Quincy, a businessperson reported the theft of a chainsaw sometime in the last year. They had the serial number.
Fire reported; call lost
West of the Old Mill Ranch on Highway 70 near Twain, the CHP reported there was a fire on the other side of the river. The information was transferred to the USFS. The caller lost service during the report.
Out of control burn pile
In the Lake Almanor area, a deputy reported that there was an out of control burn pile and the fire department was on scene. He requested a CHP unit for traffic control.
Slipped off the curb
In Quincy, an elderly woman slipped off the curb and hit her head. The information was transferred to REMSA. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged.
Wanted by probation
In Chester, someone at the probation department authorized a deputy to detain a man on various charges including violating his probation. No contact was made and the house where the man was living was vacant.
In Quincy, a caller requested contact with a deputy over a door-to-door salesperson that is not allowed to do that because he didn’t have a permit. A deputy spoke to the caller who wanted the sheriff’s department to enforce the county code. Deputies were on the lookout for the suspects.
On the Old Dump Road and the Carmichael Pit near Portola, a caller reported a dirt bike crash. The victim was walking around, but bleeding from a head injury. EPHC and Eastern Plumas Fire were paged. The patient was transported to Renown in Reno.
In Portola, a caller said her son was just assaulted in the park. A deputy said the parents were notified.
Suspicious man seen on a corner
On Highways 36 and 32 near Chester, a caller reported that a man with dreadlocks was standing on the corner of the highway. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Thursday, March 12
Burning off fuel
In Quincy, someone at the school’s bus barn reported that they were burning off the fuel today.
In Portola, a caller reported that the car was egged during the night. Increased patrol checks were put in place at night.
Children seen running
In Portola, a caller reported seeing children running toward the bus. They missed the bus, but were running in the highway toward Delleker. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Unsafe speeds noted
In Quincy, a caller reported that a car with a mismatched hood and no back window was driving at an unsafe speed down Fairgrounds Road. Children were in the car. The caller thought he saw where the driver lived. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Hit in the cross walk
In Quincy on Main Street, a caller said he was walking across the street in the cross walk and a man hit him with his vehicle. He said he was fine and that it barely hit him. He said he had to run after the Mazda. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In and out of lanes
Westbound on Highway 36 into Chester, a caller reported that a Lincoln with Oregon license plates was going in and out of the lanes.
The information was transferred to the CHP.
Disturbing the post office
In Quincy, a caller reported that two men were creating a disturbance by talking loudly in front of the post office. Someone reported speaking to a victim who requested documentation of a disturbance over speakers. The person requested that the sheriff’s office attempt to locate the man and ask him to stay away from her. She was given civil procedures.
In Quincy, a caller reported receiving a phone call from a woman from the Plumas County Processing Office. She said she had a warrant for his wife’s arrest. The caller asked to speak to a deputy.
Theft of hand sanitizer reported
In Portola, a caller requested that a deputy respond to a store for the possible theft of a half-full bottle of hand sanitizer used by the employees. A deputy said the caller was non desirous of pressing charges.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported hearing shooting near her backyard. This is an ongoing problem. A deputy said she spoke with a man who said he owns the property behind the reporting party and has a gun range that he’s allowed to shoot on. Extra patrol checks were requested.
In Chester, a caller reported that someone tapped her propane tank during the night. It happened to her mother two nights earlier in the same neighborhood. She said she contacted her propane company and they said others were having the same problem. A deputy said there was no loss; there was suspicious activity only. Extra patrols were arranged.
In Portola, a caller reported that a neighbor was throwing stuff at the door and threw water on the caller. A deputy said it was an ongoing neighbor dispute. The caller was counseled and told how to get a temporary restraining order.
Stolen vehicle reported
In Greenville, a deputy received a report of a possible stolen vehicle. The deputy was assisting the CHP.
Northbound on Highway 89 at the Plumas and Sierra county line, a caller said a Subaru was being driven erratically. The information was transferred to the CHP.
In Quincy, a deputy reported citing a woman who was charged with passing on the wrong side and crossing the double yellow lines.
Patron causing problems
In Quincy, the jail received a call from a businessperson that a patron was causing a disturbance. When dispatch reconnected with the caller they said the subject left and they no longer needed assistance.
Someone was in the home
In Quincy, a caller said she thought a man she knew was in her home earlier in the day. She said there was a towel and black shoes in her driveway. A sergeant contacted the caller who requested further contact from the jail about when the man would be released. She also requested extra patrol checks. A sergeant provided the woman with information on a temporary restraining order. The information also went to the jail.
In Quincy, a caller reported that she thought a man was outside her house. She could hear him talking loudly and heard things crashing around. Then she couldn’t hear him anymore. A deputy checked the area, but didn’t find anything suspicious.
Wednesday, March 11
In Quincy, a caller reported seeing a man on what might probably be her friend’s stolen bike. He was heading toward the courthouse and riding slow. A deputy said that he thought he knew who was on the bike and that it belonged to him. The deputy confirmed it. No crime occurred.
Abandoned car reported
On North Valley Road near Greenville, a deputy reported an abandoned Taurus between Diamond Mountain Road and North Arm. It looked like it might have been in a collision. Beer cans were seen. The information was transferred to the CHP.
Police stopping vehicle
The Elk Grove Police Department reported stopping a Cadillac that was registered to someone in the Twain area. They requested a check to see if the registered owner was aware that the car was there. A deputy reported being unable to locate the person. The deputy spoke to the neighbors who said the owner moved out of the area about a year ago.
Disturbance at the bus stop
Near Quincy at the bus stop on Highway 70 and Golden Eagle Avenue, a caller reported that someone walked in the courthouse annex and reported a disturbance. The information was transferred to the CHP to assist. A deputy was unable to find anyone in the area or anyone fighting.
Suspicious person reported
In Quincy, a deputy received a call about a suspicious person around the Christian school. The deputy contacted a man and everything was okay.
Fire behind a house
In Portola, a caller reported there was a fire behind a house. Eastern Plumas Fire was paged and the information was transferred to the USFS. Someone from the fire department said the fire was just a burn pile that had grown a little out of control. There was no active flame. but they had the fire surrounded. A little later the fire department said it was actually an ash dump. The USFS also sent an engine. All units were cleared when the fire was out.
Vehicle over the side
At the Lake Almanor Dam and Canyon Dam, a caller reported seeing the car door open to a tan SUV. It was unknown if anyone was inside the vehicle. There were no skid marks. It was believed the SUV went off the west end of the bridge next to the big concrete pipe. The information was transferred to the CHP and search and rescue. Deputies were en route. A deputy said the SUV was by the outlet and 300 feet down. It was unoccupied. Search and rescue, all fire departments and the ambulance were cancelled.. Someone at the scene reported that she knew who was driving the SUV and that he showed up at her mother’s house at noon. He then got a ride with two other men driving a sedan. The CHP was to handle the case.
Living in the concession stand
At the Little League Field in Greenville, a caller reported that the door to the concession stand was kicked open. It appeared that someone was living inside. No one could relock the door due to the damage. A deputy was on another case.
Suspended for dress code
In Quincy, a caller reported that a student was suspended because of the dress code. The student wouldn’t leave and was beating on the walls. When the reporting party said he was calling the sheriff’s office, the student then threatened to fight the caller. The student left the building. A deputy spoke to the reporting party and the information was on file.
Trying to sell a tractor
In Portola, a caller reported that he was trying to sell a tractor on Craigslist and was receiving scam replies offering to send checks. He had provided his name and address. He asked for contact from a deputy. No loss was reported.
In Chester, a caller said that her stepson took her pain pills and is withholding her medications. A deputy said they were arguing and they were separated. They agreed to keep the peace.
Theft of AED
At Rotary Field in Quincy, a deputy took a theft report in which there was theft and vandalism. An AED defibrillator was taken.