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 June 12 to June 18.
BY THE NUMBERS
58 requests for medical assistance
45 calls to 911
40 reports to CHP
32 incidents requiring a fire department
22 suspicious incidents reported
22 civil reports
20 disturbances reported
19 requests for assistance
19 requests for animal control
17 probation reports
13 extra patrol checks
12 alarms reported
12 reports to SIFC
11 arrests reported
11 incidents involving juveniles
10 reports of harassment
10 boat-related reports
9 reports to the USFS
8 reports involving children
7 traffic-related reports
7 reports of theft
6 reports to child protective services
6 reports of trespassing
6 weapons related reports
6 reports of intoxication related to arrests
5 reports to the district attorney
4 reports to REMSA
4 court-related reported
4 scams reported
4 reports of vandalism
3 reports involving domestic violence
3 behavioral health reports
3 deaths reported
3 requests for welfare checks
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. It was reported that a man who had been drinking was refusing to leave their property. He was causing problems and had a stick. Then he had a bat and was outside the house. The information was transferred to sergeants.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with disobeying a court order. A caller said a man was causing problems at a motel.
Westbound on Highway 36 from Highway 147, a caller said that the driver of a Jetta was possibly driving under the influence. A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence. The vehicle was towed to storage.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating probation and domestic violence. A caller reported a fight with a woman.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with assisting in a suicide.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating a restraining order. A deputy reported the restraining order was served the previous day. A caller said she had it against the man and he was just in her driveway in a Corvette yelling.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with resisting arrest, being intoxicated and violating his probation.
A sergeant reported the arrest of a woman charged with disobeying a court order.
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. Someone reported that a man and a woman were arguing. A second call was received by dispatch.
On Highway 70 at the Elephant Butte Tunnel in the Feather River Canyon, CHP reported that an officer was flagged down at Rush Creek for possible accident at the tunnel. The person only knows that a black sedan was involved. Plumas District Hospital and Quincy Fire were paged. Apparently three vehicles were involved with no injuries. The lanes were blocked. PDH and Quincy Fire were cancelled and CalFire and FS were on scene. CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence.
In Portola, a caller reported that four or five juveniles were partying. One juvenile got sick off a balcony and others were taking pictures of him. One adult was at the home. A deputy requested medical aid for a severely intoxicated 17-year-old. Eastern Plumas Fire and Eastern Plumas Health Care responded. The juvenile was transported to the hospital. Child protective services and the teen’s parents were notified. The teen was released to his parents.
CHP reported the arrest of a man at Storrie Bridge on Highway 70 in the Feather River Canyon. He was charged with driving under the influence.
Tuesday, June 18
At the Bucks Creek Powerhouse, a caller reported they were performing a drill. The call went out at 9:07 a.m. that the flow chart notifications were activated and there was an imminent failure at Lower Bucks Lake. Everyone downstream needed to be evacuated from the Upper North Fork of the Feather River. The Office of Emergency Services, USFS, CHP, Storrie and Robin resorts were notified. The information was given to Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Sante Fe railroad dispatches, and the state parks dispatch were contacted.
In Portola, a caller said she filed a stolen vehicle report the previous night. She said the people that were helping her are now removing personal property. She said they don’t have permission to take her things and she wanted to press charges. CHP reported that the residence was secured and that everyone was issued a no trespass warning.
Theft of fuel
In Chester, a caller reported the theft of 190 gallons or more of fuel oil from a tank while he was gone last October.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, it was reported that a lot at Bailey Creek was being used by people riding quads up the hill. The caller wanted to know how to keep them from doing that. The property was not flagged. A sergeant contacted the caller.
Near Greenville, a deputy reported that a weapon was turned in for safekeeping.
Reckless driver reported
Southbound on Highway 89 from Graeagle, a caller reported a reckless driver. The pickup was heading toward Portola. The information was transferred to CHP.
Dog bite reported
In Portola, an animal control officer reported that a man was bitten by an unknown dog.
Card turned in
In Quincy, a caller reported that a California benefits card was turned in by an employee at Plumas Unified School District. The evidence clerk was to handle it.
On Silver Creek Road in Meadow Valley, a caller reported seeing smoke on the hill. The information was transferred to USFS.
In Chester, someone wanted to speak to a deputy about the threats her husband was making from another area. A second 911 call was received by dispatch. She said her husband was now threatening the entire family. A sergeant called and the reporting party said she was tired of being threatened, but didn’t want anyone to get into trouble and didn’t want to file a report. She did request extra patrol checks.
Trespass warning given
In Chester, a sergeant received a request from a businessperson to have a subject removed from the store and have a trespass warning issued. The sergeant issued a warning to the person.
Bad driver reported
Southbound on Highway 89 from Highway 36 near Chester, a caller reported seeing a possible drunk driver. The Chevy was all over the roadway. The call was transferred to CHP.
In Crescent Mills, a man reported that two locks were cut off of units.
In Quincy on Bucks Lake Road, a caller reported that a suspicious man was walking toward the hospital. He was yelling. A sergeant checked the area including the emergency room and was unable to locate anyone.
In Portola, a caller reported that shots were fired in the area of California and Nevada streets. The caller reported that people were shooting off fireworks in the same area. A third 911 reported hearing gunshots in the same area, possibly in an alley. Numerous people were contacted and they denied setting off fireworks. A deputy was unable to locate anything else.
In Portola a caller reported that his 12-year-old was missing for several hours. He was supposed to meet him at the pool and he didn’t show up. A deputy returned the juvenile to his home.
Monday, June 17
In Sierraville, a caller reported an aggressive male at her campsite. The information was transferred to the Sierra County Sheriff’s Office.
On Highway 70 at the top of Beckwourth Pass, a caller reported vandalism was done to multiple pieces of heavy equipment. A battery was also stolen. The reporting party called back and reported that a door was found open.
A caller reported a lightning fire on the backside of Claremont Peak near Quincy. The information was transferred to USFS.
In Beckwourth, a deputy spoke with a caller who said that a man was on her property and left a chicken bone there. She thinks the man is trying to kill her dog. The deputy explained temporary restraining order procedures.
Seaplane coming in
A deputy spoke to someone who said he would be landing his seaplane on the east shore of Lake Almanor. The information was passed on to the boat patrol.
Theft of bankcard reported
In Portola, a caller reported that her bank debit card was stolen from the bank’s ATM. She said it was being used all over town. She cancelled the card and had a list of places where it was used. She called back and reported the person who used the card. He returned to her place of business and attempted to use another debit and an EBT card. Although it was learned that the last two cards really belonged to the individual, he fled the store before they could return the cards that someone had taken from him. The store was going to hold onto the cards until a deputy could collect them.
In Quincy, it was reported that one man was harassing another. One said the other owed him money and that he was afraid of him. A deputy spoke to the caller who said the man showed up at his work and was saying that he owed him money for rent. He also said the reporting party broke his cell phone. A deputy provided the reporting party with information on getting a temporary restraining order.
In Johnsville, a caller said that someone burglarized his cabin. He said it was about a $1,000 in electrical supplies. Someone also broke a window and kicked in a garage door. It happened during the past two weeks.
Dog bite case
In Quincy, an animal control officer requested a case number for a dog bite incident. But animal control reported that the woman was bitten by her cat. She went to the doctor for treatment and the cat was being quarantined at home.
Park’s getting trashed
Someone requested extra patrol checks at the Chester Park because someone is trashing it at night. The information was transferred to the Chester substation.
Baby can’t sleep
In Quincy, a caller reported that her neighbor was playing loud music outside and her baby was trying to sleep. A deputy was busy. The woman called back later and said the man turned down the music.
Hold up alarm goes off
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that a hold up alarm was sounding at a business. The business owner reported his grandchild accidentally hit the button.
Boat in trouble
In Lake Almanor, a caller said that his boat became disabled and that he needed a tow.
About shoes and a wallet
In Quincy, it was reported that someone found a pair of shoes and a wallet. They were taken to the jail.
Bite case reported
In the Blairsden area, an animal control officer requested a case number for a dog bite case at a business.
Harassed by phone
In Blairsden, a caller said he was receiving harassing phone calls from a woman. The deputy spoke to the suspect.
In Greenville, a caller reported that her neighbor’s pit bull came over and attacked her dad’s dog. The caller asked for animal control to contact her. The caller was unsure who owned the dog, but thought she knew where the dog lived.
Woman with a walker reported
On Highway 70 and Lee Summit, a caller reported seeing an elderly woman with a walker near the highway. She appeared to be trying to flag down vehicles. The information was transferred to CHP.
Crashed his tricycle
At the diversion dam near Chester, a caller reported that a man crashed on his electric tricycle. The caller thought the man was intoxicated. The man was requesting medical assistance. CHP reported that the man was not intoxicated.
In Quincy, a caller reported that an elderly woman was causing problems in a parking lot. She was driving a mini van. A deputy reported that the family of the woman had filed a missing person’s report. The person was not flagged as the missing person. The deputy said that CHP was going to stay with the woman until her son came to pick her up. She was going to be taken home to Grass Valley.
On Hawley Road west of the railroad tracks at Beckwourth, a caller reported a railroad tie fire. Beckwourth Fire Department was paged. A deputy said it was one tie that was smoking. It was extinguished and foul play was ruled out. The information was transferred to Union Pacific Rail Road.
Sunday, June 16
Someone’s trying to break in
In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that someone was trying to break into the house. Her husband chased him into a tree down the hill. No weapons were reported. The reporting party’s husband was having a bad reaction to medication that caused him to hallucinate. No crime occurred.
Call me, SOS
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller went to hit the alarm and hit SOS by accident. She said she was okay and a deputy confirmed it.
Suspicious goings on
In Quincy, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about some suspicious activity at his house. A deputy reported that no crime occurred. The caller needed to get medical attention.
Broken windows reported
In Portola, a caller reported that kids were throwing rocks through a window. The caller received reports from a teacher that some windows were broken and there were rocks inside the building. A deputy said it was vandalism.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller said her neighbor broke into her house and took her mail. A deputy said there was no crime.
Driver issues reported
Westbound on Highway 70 to Graeagle, a caller reported that motorcycles were crossing the double yellow lines and speeding. The information was transferred to CHP.
Boat broke down
At Bucks Lake, it was reported that a disabled boat was in tow with two people on board.
It was reported that someone at an RV park in the Canyon Dam area reported that a baby duck walked up to him. He couldn’t see the momma duck and there wasn’t any water nearby. He was asked to call fish and wildlife.
Attempted car theft reported
In Chester, a caller said that she thought that someone tried to steal her car during the night. She said the steering column was loose and it wouldn’t start. She said she drove it the day before. She said that her dogs were barking early that morning. She wasn’t sure if her car was locked or not. A deputy reported vandalism.
In Quincy, a caller reported that her purse was stolen from her car the previous day while she was at work. She said she didn’t call immediately because she wanted to look for it.
Towed or stolen
In Portola, a caller reported that her 1974 pickup was stolen or someone had it towed away. It was non-operational.
Loaded weapon found
Between Long Valley and Round Valley Lake, a caller reported finding a vehicle with no one around it. The caller reported that a loaded firearm was in the front seat. The information was transferred to a deputy and USFS patrol. A sergeant spoke to someone who did not abandon her vehicle. She was down at the lake and the firearm was safe.
In Quincy, CHP transferred a call from someone who witnessed child abuse. Someone slapped a child. The information was transferred to the district attorney and child protective services.
Near Greenville, a caller reported hearing five gunshots. A sergeant said it was quiet when he arrived.
Posing as security
At Camp Conery at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that some suspicious people were around their camp. They said they were security. They were driving a mini van. The caller got the first name of one of the people. They left going toward the spillway. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. A deputy spoke to the caller who said they would get a license plate number if the people returned. Extra patrol checks were requested at the campground. The information was sent to the Chester substation.
In Portola, dispatch received a hang-up call. Dispatch called the person back and learned there was a fight. When the individual threatened to call 911 everyone left. She called again and said unknown people attacked her. She was calling from the bar. She said that they had drug paraphernalia on them and possibly weapons. A deputy said there was a fight, but no one wanted to press charges.
Saturday, June 15
Walking to the music
In Chester, a caller reported that three people were walking up and down Lassen Street playing loud music. A deputy was unable to locate them.
In Chester a caller reported that her son pulled her hair and grabbed her throat. It was learned that the woman could stay at the neighbor’s until an officer was available. She called back and requested medical assistance and hung up. The information was transferred to SIFC.
In the Lake Almanor area, a deputy reported that someone reported that three chainsaws were stolen from her house.
In Quincy, it was reported that two women were arguing. They agreed to keep the peace. One woman left. Then a caller said they were back and yelling.
In Chester, a caller reported a cold burglary at her residence.
In the Twain area, a caller requested contact from a deputy because she heard a gunshot from her house. She thought the sound was coming from across the street. A deputy couldn’t find anyone.
Someone was in the house
In Portola, a caller reported that he thought someone was in his house while he was at the store. He thought things had been gone through and didn’t know whom it was. A sergeant reported that it was a case of suspicious circumstances.
Out on the lake
In the Lake Almanor area, dispatch received a 911 call. The caller stayed on the line and said that she thought her watch called. She didn’t need help and was out on the lake having fun.
Handing out papers
In Quincy, someone from a business said that a man was on property across the street from the store. He was harassing people and handing out papers that don’t have anything to do with an event that was going on. The man was asked to leave and refused and kept handing out papers.
Be on the lookout
At Antelope Lake, CHP requested that the boat patrol be on the lookout for a boat with many occupants who had been drinking. The boat put in at Lone Cove at one point. There were 9 to twelve people on the 20-foot boat, including children. No one was able to find it.
Under-age drinking reported
At Frenchman Lake, a report was received that under age drinking was taking place at the boat ramp at Big Springs. They were on three jet skis. One male had a red ice chest next to him. A deputy contacted many people and was unable to locate anyone drinking.
On Highway 32, it was reported that a motorcyclist crashed just before the Highway 36 turn. The information was transferred to CHP.
Fireworks vs. gunshot
In the Blairsden area a caller said they could hear either fireworks or gunshots in the neighborhood. A deputy said it was quiet when he arrived.
In Quincy, a caller said that a man she knows was walking past her house and was screaming at her and her friends. He was now at his house two houses down the street. A deputy contacted the man through his window and told him not to speak to the woman.
Gang signs noted
In Quincy, a caller said that two men were flashing gang signs at him and his son. He said it was because the son had a red hat. He said the men were walking westbound and trying to provoke a fight. A deputy checked the area but couldn’t find the men.
On La Porte Road at Red Bridge, a caller reported that harassment occurred and involved a woman. The information is on file and the person was given proper temporary restraining order procedures.
On Kelly Ridge in the Drakesbad area, a caller reported seeing smoke when looking west from a point on Warner Valley Road. The caller thought it was possibly lightning in the area.
In Delleker, a caller reported that a female was screaming. A deputy reported seeing a female inside a house holding a bottle of alcohol. She acknowledged the deputy, but refused to answer the door.
Throwing rock reported
Someone at Eastern Plumas Health Care reported a child came over from the skate park and said that his father threw rocks at him and his older sister. She was still at the skate park. The juvenile was released to the mother and child protective services was notified.
On Chandler Road near Quincy, a caller said there was a rattlesnake in his yard. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife.
Smells like smoke
In Chester, a caller said there was a heavy smell of smoke in the area. The information was transferred to SIFC.
In Beckwourth, someone reported fireworks in the area. Beckwourth Fire was paged. CHP had a unit in the area and responded.
Doors found open
In Greenville, someone requested the help of a deputy when the doors to the gym were found open. The building was secured. -It was thought that a hide-a-key was taken from the business about a month earlier and that might be how the doors were opened. The locks were being changed.
In Chester, a caller said that someone brought her to a house in Chester from Concord. She was with an unknown male. Two elderly women were in the house and they were unaware that she called 911. She said the women were in the living room and the man was in the garage. She said she didn’t know anyone’s names. The caller got to a motel room and was okay. She said she just wanted to get out of the house.
In Blairsden, a deputy counseled a juvenile that was being incorrigible.
In Portola, a caller reported that someone stole a blue 2002 Chevy with bumper stickers on it. The caller knew who took it and thought they were en route to Clio. The vehicle was returned. A deputy attempted to contact and counsel the woman, but she wouldn’t answer the door.
Friday, June 14
Son acting suspiciously
In Quincy, a caller asked to speak to a deputy regarding her son. She said he drank something that made him act weird.
In Quincy, a caller reported he got a call from a tax company saying he was under investigation.
In Quincy, a caller reported she believes that someone stole a table from her yard. She said that someone also got into the neighbor’s truck and stole some clothing.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller received calls about rogue pavers in the Chester area. The deputy was able to speak to a man who said he was the foreman of the company. No crime occurred and the pavers moved on.
Home break-in reported
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that someone broke into her home. She said that a man wanted her house and she thought it was bugged. She asked that a deputy park at the end of her driveway. She also said that her mail was taken.
On Highway 36 toward Susanville on Deadman’s Curve, a caller said she was being tailgated. The information was transferred to CHP.
Dog being choked
In Graeagle, someone reported that a man was choking his dog. She told him not to do that then he walked up to her car window and started harassing her. The caller said she asked the man to get away from him, but he didn’t listen. A deputy was unable to find the truck the man was driving. The information was transferred to animal control.
No camping allowed
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that some people were camping in a vacant lot at the end of a paved road. The caller said that if they saw anyone there they would remind them to leave. A deputy was unable to find anyone camping in the area.
Talking to people
In Quincy, a caller reported that when she was at the park she saw inmate workers talking to civilians. The caller was given the jail’s number.
Disturbance over animal abuse
In Quincy, a caller reported a disturbance over possible animal abuse. A deputy said it was an argument and they agreed to keep the peace. The deputy found no animal abuse.
Structure fire reported
In Greenville, a caller reported a structure fire underneath the house in the kitchen. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire were paged.
Dump truck accident
Southbound on Highway 49 near Sierraville, 911 reports were received that a dump truck was involved in an accident. The driver was still inside. The information was transferred to Sierra County.
In Chester, a businessperson reported a theft the previous night. The business had a video and knew the individual’s first name.
In Portola, a caller reported that a man driving a Hummer sped by her child in the street. The driver was going about 50 mph on California and First streets. The vehicle was then parked in front of the high school. While on the phone, dispatch received another complaint about the driver’s speed. A deputy spoke to an individual who requested extra patrol checks at the school.
Disturbance over a dog
In Chester, a caller reported that her neighbors were trying to take her dog off its run. They thought the post was on their property. The caller was advised to take her dog off the lead herself and take the dog inside and wait for a deputy. All parties agreed to keep the peace.
Missing person reported
In the Beckwourth area, a caller said that her son was missing. He was released from jail four days earlier and she hadn’t heard from him. She said he had no place to live and no personal items or clothing. She also didn’t think he had a cell phone. The caller canceled the missing persons report because she heard from him the next morning.
At the Willow Creek home sites near Chester, it was reported that someone left an unattended campfire. It was extinguished. They had the last name of the person who had the campsite.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a group of juveniles was trespassing at the old Quincy Elementary School. Deputies checked the area and didn’t find any trespassers.
Problems with juvenile
In the West Shore Lake Almanor area, someone reported that an older child was being hit by his mother. The information was also transferred to CHP. A deputy reported that the child kicked the mother and she responded with the appropriate level of punishment. The mother left the cabin and the children were fine and with their father.
Thursday, June 13
Near Quincy, someone reported that two people were arguing. The man left the property and the woman wanted contact from a deputy.
Someone with a lock pick
In Greenville, a caller said she was having problems with people getting into her house. She said she found a lock pick on the ground and could see footprints. A deputy said the caller provided third party information. No crime occurred.
In Chester, a deputy reported that a woman walked into a business and reported that the driver of a Jeep was driving under the influence.
Someone around last night
In Meadow Valley, someone requested to speak to a deputy. The woman said that someone was on her property the previous night. She said there was also vandalism. She said she had no trespassing signs up, but someone destroyed them.
Dogs out again
In Chester, a caller said that her neighbor’s dogs were out again and they were in her yard. She asked to speak to someone at animal control.
Quad might be stolen
In Portola, a man reported that his quad might have been stolen.
Sitting on a work truck
In Portola, a caller reported that two people were harassing people by sitting on a city of Portola work truck. A deputy said he talked to the people and there was a dispute over an easement. Everyone agreed to keep the peace.
Student out of control
In Portola at the high school, a caller reported that a student went into a classroom and hit another student multiple times and then left.
Someone hit a county car
In Chester, a caller reported that someone hit her county work car while she was in a client’s home. She didn’t know who did it. The information was transferred to CHP.
Vaping at school
In Delleker, a caller said that one daughter wrote a letter to her other daughter saying she got caught vaping at school. It was taken away from her. A deputy spoke to the caller and said that the school took care of everything.
Trespassing in Keddie
A caller requested that a deputy respond to the Keddie railroad station for some trespassers. A deputy said they agreed to move on.
Dogs in a car
In Quincy, a caller reported that there was a car in the upper parking lot at the high school. It had two dogs in it and no one was around. Animal control was unable to find a vehicle with dogs in it.
In Portola, a caller reported getting an alert on her credit app that her social security was being used at a Portola address. A deputy spoke to the woman who said that her credit wasn’t affected and that she would contact her credit bureau.
The car called
In Quincy, a caller reported that her car has a 911 assist button and it just called. She was fine.
Not what the buyer expected
In Reno, a caller said he bought a trailer from a man in Rescue. He said he bought it from someone who said he worked at the sheriff’s office and the trailer was not what the seller said it was. The information was given to a deputy.
Vandalized truck found
Nine miles into the 10 Road near Chester, a caller reported that someone came in and reported finding a black Chevy truck that had been vandalized and abandoned.
Big log on lake
In the Hamilton Branch area of Lake Almanor, it was reported that a large log was in two to the north side of the lake.
Speeding around town
In Portola, a caller reported seeing a black SUV speeding around town. The information was given to a deputy. A deputy was unable to locate it.
Cowboy gate opened
In Beckwourth, a caller reported that their cowboy gate was opened sometime during the night or in the early morning. A calf got out. The caller said they never open that gate. A deputy contacted a man who requested an extra patrol check on the weekend.
At Lake Davis, the boat patrol reported being out with a stranded kayaker.
Rattlesnake bite reported.
At Oakland Camp hear Quincy, a caller reported being bitten by a rattlesnake. He said his friend was taking him to PDH. The information was transferred to REMSA and the emergency room.
Who shut off the water?
In Quincy, a caller called 911 to ask why his water was turned off. He was counseled about the use of 911. He was then told to call the water company, but he hung up before they could get his information.
Reckless driver reported
In Delleker, a caller reported that a reckless driver was all over the road and in and out of traffic. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller said that several students were going in and out of the old elementary school building. There were no windows in it because it was being renovated so they were jumping in and out. Deputies counseled them.
Erased her photos
In Quincy, a caller said she was being harassed by an ex boyfriend. He hacked her Facebook account and erased all of her photos. A deputy spoke to the caller and explained the proper temporary restraining order procedures.
Showdown at the cemetery
At the Mohawk Cemetery, someone requested civil standby between a board member and a family trying to buy a plot. The deputy said that one party never showed up.
Juveniles in the backyard
In Quincy, a caller reported that juveniles were in her backyard. She said they were playing Fugitive. She requested extra patrol checks.
Wednesday, June 12
In Quincy, a corrections officer reported a drug violation in the jail. All inmates were tested and the CO would provide names of those under the influence. Three inmates were positive. The day shift was to follow up to see if more inmates were involved.
In Chester, a caller reported that someone was burning and that the flames were really tall. The caller requested that the fire department check it out. The information was transferred to SIFC.
In Quincy, a caller said that some people were dropping off trash, but he thought they were stashing property. The caller asked that a deputy check the house.
In Blairsden, a deputy reported recovering some stolen property.
In Portola, a caller reported that vandalism was happening every night for months. The caller reported that he requested an extra patrol check, but never saw anyone. He said that people are scratching the paint on something and moving wood. A deputy left a message for the person.
At the Lake Almanor Country Club, a caller reported that a car just passed the gatehouse that fit a description of one connected to a June 27 burglary. The information was given to a deputy. Then the Ford left.
People creating problems
In Quincy, a caller said that five to seven people were causing a disturbance. A deputy said it was verbal between two juveniles. They agreed to keep the peace.
Medicare scam reported
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported a scam call from a local number, but the person had a foreign accent. The caller wanted to know if the party got a Medicare card and was asking for information. No information was provided.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported seeing two suspicious vehicles at a construction site where a burglary took place a few weeks ago. The individual spoke to a man who said that no one should be on the property and he was going to go check it out. A deputy contacted a person who was a worker for the construction company.
Someone jumped out a window
In Hamilton Branch, a caller reported that a possible burglary was in progress at a house with a red tag. The caller said he saw a young person at a window and then he jumped out and took off running. He went around a corner and up the street. The person was barefooted and cut his foot. He was carrying a towel. A deputy said it was a case of suspicious circumstances.
Loud music reported
In Portola, a caller reported hearing loud music from a vehicle and thought there might be drug use. Deputies contacted a woman and counseled her about both.
Locked tampered with
In Greenville, a caller reported that someone tampered with the locks on her storage shed. It was then reported that no crime occurred that it was suspicious.