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 26 to July 1.
BY THE NUMBERS
47 reports to CHP
40 requests for medical
39 calls to 911
34 requests for assistance
28 reports involving a fire department
23 suspicious circumstances
19 animal control reports
17 boating reports
15 reports of disturbances
15 civil reports
10 reports to REMSA
9 incidents with weapons
8 reports to probation
8 thefts reported
7 reports involving juveniles
6 trespassing reports
5 reports for the Alternative Sentencing Program
5 burglaries reported
5 welfare requests
5 reports to SIFC
4 reports of assisting other agencies
4 assaults reported
3 extra patrol checks
3 alarms reported
3 reports involving property
3 reports to the district attorney
3 traffic-related reports
3 domestic violence reports
3 reports involving children
3 reports to USFS
CHP reported the arrest of two people. A woman and a man were both charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle. A caller reported that her car was stolen from a Chester business.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with changing, altering, removing or obliterating any coloration or markings that are required by any applicable state or federal law or regulation for an imitation firearm or device.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of methamphetamine, being under the influence of a controlled substance and violating his probation. CHP reported receiving information about a suspicious vehicle that was possibly carrying stolen items such as a lawn mower and tools. A truck was towing an enclosed utility trailer.
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with trespassing. Then he was doing donuts in a yard in a Dodge. A sergeant requested a trespass warning be given to the man at someone’s workplace. Then Seneca Hospital reported that he was being aggressive toward the staff. He didn’t appear to have any weapons. He did appear to be under the influence.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with threatening death or great bodily harm and domestic battery. A caller reported that her husband had been drinking and was threatening her. She hung up and didn’t answer when dispatch tried to call her back. A man was in the living room causing an argument. He also had attached a knife to a walking stick. The victim was in the bedroom. Then the man pushed the woman and was unaware that she called 911. He said he might leave. The information was transferred to CHP. A deputy notified victim witness.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller said there was a man trying to kick in her door.
Probation reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation.
Probation reported the arrest of a man charged with a welfare and institutions crime.
The courts reported the arrest of a man charged with willful disobedience of a court order.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with contributing. A caller reported that she received information about a worker having drugs in the shop at the cemetery. She requested a deputy.
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence of drugs. CHP requested medical for someone in pain. Quincy Fire and Plumas District Hospital were paged. CHP reported that an officer was bitten by a dog and the dog was taken into custody.
Monday, July 1
Fight at the store
In Quincy, a caller reported a fight in front of a store with five people involved. No weapons were reported. The caller wouldn’t give any more information and hung-up. A deputy requested an ambulance only. The deputy said it was a mutual fight and no one wanted to press charges.
Woman with a fire
In Quincy, a deputy reported seeing a woman who had a fire going on the side of the road. The crisis center was contacted and a room was provided for the woman. A deputy transported the woman.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a foster child ran away. She said she woke up and the child was gone. The caller said there was no need for a deputy because the juvenile ran away quite often. The information was transferred to child protective services. The caller later reported that the juvenile returned.
In Portola, a caller said she needed assistance because she thought her son was at a location and involved in an inappropriate relationship with a woman. She said that she and her husband were very upset. She requested contact from a deputy at their house. The man said that if a deputy didn’t handle the situation he would. Information was transferred to the district attorney and to child protective services.
In Greenville, a caller reported that a man was causing problems.
Water hazard reported
Near the north shore of Lake Almanor, a caller reported a water hazard near the campground boat dock. The hazard was about 20-feet of a tree sticking out of the water. Someone at the campground was going to remove the log.
Things stolen on the beach
At Camp Conery Group Camp near Lake Almanor, a caller reported that some things were stolen from the beach at the camp. The items included two island floatation rafts.
In Quincy, a caller said her ex-boyfriend broke into her residence and took her wallet. He left a heart-shaped tin of pennies in exchange.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said his home was burgled June 4 and he had a video of it. He was not living there at the time.
Just giving flowers
In Greenville, a caller requested a civil standby. He wanted to take his mother-in-law flowers, but a man wouldn’t allow them to be there. The standby was completed.
In the Blairsden area, a caller found a wallet in Graeagle on a hiking trail near a golf resort.
At Lake Almanor someone reported that a boat was sinking and no one was on board. The boat was secured on the dock.
In Greenville, it was reported that a man was kicked out of a bar. The subject was trespassed from the business by the owner.
In Twain, a caller reported hearing gunshots near the campground. A sergeant was unable to find anything.
In Greenville, a caller asked for assistance on a civil standby while she got her things from a home. A deputy reported citing a man who was charged with domestic battery.
Two women fighting
In Portola, a deputy reported a disturbance between two women. They were both counseled and agreed to keep the peace. A man was given a trespass warning.
A man was given a trespass warning by a deputy for two areas. Then he showed up in Quincy at PDH and was causing problems in the parking lot. The deputy said the man left before he could get there.
Sunday, June 30
Juveniles pushing a car
In Quincy, a caller reported that a group of juveniles was pushing a car. The alarm was going off. The reporting party said it was disturbing his peace. A deputy reported that they were gone when he went to look and all was quiet.
In Chester, a caller reported that a woman broke the caller’s finger earlier in the day. She had received medical attention.
Problems with driving
On Highway 89 near Prattville, a deputy reported that he was out with a vehicle that might have been in a traffic collision. The deputy said the vehicle was unoccupied. Then another driver pulled up and said that her nephew was in the vehicle with someone else driving. Both parties were not on scene. The information was turned over to CHP who said that no one had reported it. It was learned who the possible driver was and CHP received a 911 hang-up call from someone with the first name of the nephew. It was unknown if the call was really related to the incident.
Strong smells reported
In Portola, a caller reported the strong smell of burning rubber or plastic. Eastern Plumas Fire was paged. The fire department was unable to locate any fire or smoke in the area.
Doggy broke the fence
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that her neighbor’s dog broke a board in her fence. She was concerned that it might break through it and gain access to her backyard. The caller said this was an ongoing issue with the dog and it was always barking.
At the boat launch at the North Campground at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that someone stole the motor off his boat. The boat was in the parking lot.
Vacation’s lasting too long
In Quincy, a caller reported that he rented his RV to a man and he hasn’t returned at the agreed upon date. He requested a civil standby while he took possession of it.
On the attack
In Graeagle, a caller said that while out walking his dog someone else’s dog ran out and tried to attack him. The caller said that he kicked the dog and the owner of the dog yelled at him.
Taking on water
On the west side of the lake at the Almanor Peninsula near Rec. 2, a caller reported that her boat, with four people on board, was taking on water and lost power. She thought they were about a mile out. The information was transferred to the boat patrol. Someone with the boat patrol said an individual with a clamp came and was fixing a hose for a pump. They were following the boat to Rec. 2.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller said that a man just got out of his car was stumbling all over. The smell of alcohol was around. The information was transferred to CHP.
About a mile from Big Cove at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a client had a dead battery on a pontoon boat. The boat patrol reported they got it started.
Down he went
At the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller said her husband fell off a ladder. He didn’t know if he had injuries. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Time to leave home
In Greenville, a caller said he received an email from his brother who said he was going to his house to kill him. The caller thought he would use a gun. The email said the brother planned to do it either that day or the next. The reporting party said there was a dispute over family money. The caller wanted everything on file in case the brother arrived.
Better late than never
In Chester, a caller said that someone stole his leather jacket out of his Jeep. He said he noticed a homeless man in the parking lot when he went into a store. The caller said he didn’t call earlier because he was busy. The caller described what the other man was wearing and provided a possible name.
Not so speedy
In Lake Almanor, a caller reported she got a call from someone who was between Hamilton Branch and the Peninsula in a speedboat with a dead battery. The boat patrol towed the vessel to Rec. 1 with four on board.
BOLO for shooting suspect — never mind
The Reno Police Department requested that Sheriff’s deputies be on the lookout for a vehicle that was involved in a shooting in Reno. They were looking for a new Red Dodge Ram pickup. The person who rented the pickup gave a Portola address. The men were in their 20s. The passenger had a thin scarf on his head. An AR15 rifle and possibly other weapons were in the pickup. Then the caller noticed that the address was really Portola Avenue in Stockton.
In Portola, a caller reported that someone was riding a loud dirt bike up and down the street. The caller knew the name of the rider. The information was transferred to CHP.
I want daddy
From Portola, dispatch found an open line and could hear a baby in the background. Then a toddler was saying, “I want dad,” and continued talking. A deputy was unable to find anyone who needed assistance.
In Beckwourth, a caller said that she was coming over from Sparks the next day to file a missing persons report on her son. She said she hadn’t heard from him in about two weeks. He drives a red truck with a camper shell. She said her other son went to check on him and his truck was there but that son wasn’t sure which unit his brother lived in. A deputy contacted the woman who said she was going to attempt to locate her son. She decided not to file a report.
Knocked over the garbage
In Quincy, a caller reported that two juveniles knocked over his trash can and then banged on his doorbell. They ran off toward the post office. A sergeant was unable to locate them.
Saturday, June 29
In the Greenhorn Ranch area, a caller reported that motorcycles were riding up and down the road. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Highway 89 just north of Indian Falls, a caller reported a single vehicle incident. A vehicle flipped over, but was still on the roadway. One person was reported with injuries. The call was transferred to CHP. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire were paged. A second 911 call came in. The victim was out of the vehicle.
Near Quincy, CHP reported that a road sign at Squirrel Creek Road was damaged during a vehicle collision. The information was transferred to the road department.
In Chester, a caller reported that his friend was freaking out that her husband arrived at the motel where she was staying. A deputy said that the man was possibly seen in the area, but hadn’t made contact with the wife.
Dirt bikes in the area
In Quincy, a caller reported that people were riding dirt bikes up and down the street behind his house. The information was transferred to CHP.
On a floaty
At Lake Almanor, dispatch received a hang-up call. Dispatch reconnected and a woman said she was fine. She was out on a floaty and must have hit the SOS button on her phone. A deputy also checked.
On Butt Lake the boat patrol cited someone driving a boat.
Hit by a car
In Portola, dispatch received an open 911 line and could hear someone saying hello. The caller said her son was hit by a car while he was walking home. She thought she knew the driver and the car. She didn’t want the fire department to respond. She said the subject drives by her kids and taunts them every day. The boy had a hurt leg and back and was breathing hard. The information was transferred to CHP. Eastern Plumas Health Care was also paged.
Boating citation reported
At Lake Almanor it was reported that a man was cited and charged with not having a California boating card.
Marijuana grow reported
A caller reported that he heard about a marijuana grow on private land eastbound off Highway 70 before Rattlesnake Road.
Trying to break in
In Quincy, a caller reported that a man was breaking into her house. She said he called asking for his computer cord and she wasn’t home. He then told her that he’d rather go when she wasn’t home. The caller was out of town. A sergeant spoke to a manager who said no one was there and that her room was secure.
In Crescent Mills, a man said he was at a business and that his dog wasn’t in the back of his truck. He thought his soon to be ex-wife took the dog. A deputy advised the man of the appropriate civil procedures.
East of the Lake Almanor Peninsula, someone reported that he could see smoke. The information was transferred to USFS.
In Chester, a caller said he used his charge card at a business and then received an alert that the amount was charged three times. The caller contacted the business and someone there said it wasn’t their issue. A deputy reported that the issue was at the pump. The caller talked to his charge card company that stopped two of the transactions.
Stuck in the mud
In the Chilcoot area on a USFS road, a caller said that his friends are stuck in the mud and couldn’t get out. The caller also called tow companies in the area and they said they wouldn’t assist. Someone said the two men were 2 miles off Frenchman Lake Road and 3 miles from the Chilcoot store. Eventually one of the men sent a text saying they got the truck unstuck and were on a dirt road. Search and rescue was attempting to locate them.
Into the river it went
In Graeagle, a caller stayed on the line to dispatch and said that his phone is broken because he dropped it into the river. He was fine.
In Beckwourth, a sergeant reported contacting the Reno Police Department for a curiosity report. A caller reported that a man assaulted her. It occurred on Grizzly Road while they were looking for a campsite. The victim went to Renown hospital in Reno.
In Blairsden, a caller reported a dogfight was taking place at the end of Sugar Pine Drive near the river. Twenty or more people were there and they had been drinking. No weapons were involved. The information was given to deputies and animal control. Extra patrols were in place.
Rockets and fish
At the fish hatchery in Hamilton Branch, a caller reported that someone was near there lighting off bottle rockets. No one could locate any fireworks. The caller was back again and said one was just fired. A deputy checked the areas of the powerhouse and surrounding places and was unable to locate anyone.
Trying to fight
In Chester, a caller reported that four men were trying to start problems with her saying she was staring at them. She didn’t know who they were. A deputy said it was verbal and the parties were separated.
In Clio, a caller reported a cold burglary to a residence. The caller said he knew who was involved.
In the Chester area, a caller reported a person possibly driving under the influence. A pickup was possibly en route to Moody Meadow. The information was transferred to CHP. A deputy was unable to locate the vehicle.
Eastbound on Highway 70 from Chilcoot, a caller reported that someone in a green vehicle was unable to maintain the lanes. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Black Hawk Road near Quincy, a caller reported hearing three shots fired from what sounded like a pistol. The caller was upset and wouldn’t provide a name. He said he was going to see who was doing the shooting and hung up. No deputy was in the area so the information was transferred to CHP. The reporting party had calmed down and called back. He said he would stay put. CHP was unable to locate anything.
Drinking and fighting
At Rocky Point Campground at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that four men had been drinking and got into a fighting and arguing situation. It was unknown if anyone had weapons or if medical was needed. One man hit another with a propane tank and then it was just arguing reported. A deputy contacted two brothers who were fighting. No one was desirous of pressing charges and agreed to keep the peace.
Friday, June 28
Backpack, jacket stolen
In Chester, a caller reported that someone stole a hiker’s backpack and jacket. A deputy spoke to the caller and the things were returned. She wanted the suspected counseled.
In Lake Almanor, a caller said he located a 12-foot boat and tied it to a dock. A deputy said the boat was towed to Big Cove.
Loose horse on the highway
In Cromberg, a caller reported seeing two loose horses that had gotten onto the highway. The information was transferred to CHP and animal control.
Westbound on Highway 70 near Chilcoot, a caller reported that someone was driving a Jeep with a bag on top. It was going eastbound and pulled out in front of him. He was almost hit in a head-on crash. The information was transferred to CHP.
Dog bite reported
In Quincy, someone at PDH wanted to inform animal control that they were treating the victim of a dog bite. Animal control reported that everyone was from Washoe County. The paperwork was transferred there.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported finding a cold burglary that happened between last Sunday and today. No one currently lived in the home, but some things such as a clock, tools and other things were taken. No forced entry was reported. The information was given to a deputy who was on another case. The deputy was eventually able to contact the homeowner and got no answer.
On Highway 147 to Greenville from Highway A13, it was reported that someone in a pickup was possibly driving under the influence. The person was seen driving off after stopping at a store and then drinking a beer. The information was transferred to CHP.
Dog bite occurred
In Chester, a deputy reported taking a report about a dog bite at Seneca Hospital. The information was passed on to animal control.
Down and out
In Greenville, a caller reported that her neighbor was lying in the front yard and was passed out. She said she saw him about five minutes earlier and spoke to him. The information was transferred to PHI who said their ambulance wasn’t available. Then the information was transferred to PDH and Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire. They responded. Someone from one of the fire departments said the man was passed out, but breathing. A deputy said the man went back to his residence before he got there. He was then refusing to come out of the house. He was intoxicated, but said he didn’t want to harm himself.
Banging on the door
In Portola, a caller reported that a man wouldn’t leave her house. He was outside banging on the door and yelling about not being able to see his son. CHP was told that the subject left the scene.
In Chester, a businessperson reported having a shoplifter who left and went down a street. The caller described what the individual was wearing. The information was given to a deputy. Law enforcement was looking for the man.
Injured dog reported
In Quincy, a caller reported that a dog was walking down Main Street and that it appeared to have an injured shoulder. The dog was cleared for incarceration and was taken to the animal shelter.
In Greenville, a deputy reported citing a woman who was charged with having an unregistered vehicle on the street, not having a valid driver license and no proof of financial responsibility.
In Quincy, someone kept calling 911. A deputy reported that an individual was trying to program her phone by watching YouTube videos and was unaware that she was calling.
Doing hot laps
In the Lake Almanor area, a sergeant reported that someone got a call from CHP about someone else in a BMW doing hot laps in a subdivision. A sergeant checked the area and didn’t find anything suspicious.
At Bucks Lake, a caller reported a person who was about to drive under the influence. The man was stumbling and got into his vehicle. He was belligerent with the caller when she confronted him about driving. She said he was driving a Jeep and headed toward Bucks Lake Lodge. The information was transferred to CHP and to someone else at Bucks Lake. A deputy was looking for the driver from the T at the firehall and was unable to locate the Jeep. The deputy said some witnesses saw the Jeep head west toward the fire station. The deputy checked Bucklin Road and the campground and was still unable to find the Jeep.
Leave the fawn alone
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported seeing a little fawn running around. It was running into the trees and the caller couldn’t see its momma around. Dispatch advised the caller to leave the fawn alone and the momma would find it.
Ankle monitoring check
In Quincy, a caller requested an ankle monitor check on a man. A deputy said there was no violation.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said he could hear a lot of screaming and thought it was coming from the direction of his son’s house. CHP transferred information from a woman who said she was in an argument with her husband earlier and he pulled a gun on her. She was unsure of where he put the gun. The caller said she left the house and parked down the street. It was reported that the man might still be armed although deputies were initially unable to find a firearm. Then someone reported it was a 380 Glock. The victim called and said she returned home and was loading up some of the man’s belongings. The man was driving a pickup with a snowmobile trailer and was driving toward Westwood. A deputy left the scene and the firearm was entered into the system.
In Chester, a caller reported that someone was walking around and flashing lights in a vehicle. The caller said that four people and a dog were involved. They were last seen walking toward the firehouse. Deputies were busy and CHP was asked to assist. CHP couldn’t find the people.
Dog in locked car
In La Porte, AAA requested assistance with a dog locked in a vehicle. The information was transferred to CHP.
Motorhome on fire
In Portola, dispatch received multiple reports that a motorhome was on fire just off a roadway. It was unknown if it was occupied. The information was transferred to CHP. Beckwourth Fire and Eastern Plumas Health Care were paged. The motorhome was found to be unoccupied. Multiple 911 calls were transferred from CHP. The fire was extinguished.
Thursday, June 27
At gun point
In Chester, a caller reported that he was just involved in a situation where someone grabbed his backpack and stole his wallet and cell phone at gunpoint. The weapon was a .38 caliber handgun. The suspect was described as being quite tall and wearing shorts. A deputy reported the victim left before he arrived. He was going to continue the investigation.
Unusual message left
In the West Shore Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that someone left a message on the answering machine. The caller said the person sounded very intoxicated and said that some people were trying to kill him. Officer safety was noted. A deputy contacted the victim who was not intoxicated and then called the reporting party.
In Lake Almanor near the peninsula, a caller reported a partially submerged boat just off shore. Things were spread out on the shoreline and then the boat washed up from a windstorm. It was reported that someone retrieved the boat and property.
Suspicious situation reported
In Reno, a caller reported that he bought something from someone claiming to be a retired Plumas County Sheriff’s deputy and an aircraft operator for 30 years. The caller was defrauded. The incident occurred in Reno. The caller was upset and wanted to talk to a deputy about it.
On La Porte Road and Thompson Valley near Quincy, a caller reported seeing a lot of smoke from a fire. The information was transferred to USFS. Quincy Fire checked the area and located a controlled burn.
Suspect pulled a gun
In Greenville, a caller reported that someone came out of a house and pulled a gun on her boyfriend. The caller said the man waved the gun and then pointed it at the other man and threatened him. The victim called back to say that the other man was causing a problem and this time pulled out a chainsaw and then put it down. He then pulled a pistol and pointed it at him. At length the man went back into his house. A sergeant said no crime occurred.
In Graeagle, a caller reported that someone stole her son’s vehicle from a residence behind locked gates. It was a 1972 Ford Bronco. The person would have to take the vehicle by trailer because it didn’t run and wasn’t licensed. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Meadow Valley, an animal control officer reported citing a woman who was charged with having an animal at large.
Yogurt and eggs
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said that children were throwing yogurt and eggs at their property. A deputy spoke to a woman who requested additional patrol checks in the neighborhood.
Problems with the heat
At Coyote Gap, a caller requested an ambulance for someone with heat related injuries. They were to meet at Coyote Gap in the Four Trees Area near Bucks Lake. The information was transferred to the Butte County Sheriff.
Large log in water
In Lake Almanor, on the north side of the lake, someone reported that a large log was in shallow water. Someone towed the log to Big Cove.
In Chester, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about the man her daughter was living with. The caller reported that the man killed her daughter’s dog. While an animal control officer was on the phone some of the people were involved in an argument in front of the deputy. The deputy said they were just arguing and there was no sign of animal cruelty.
In Chester, a man reported that another man threatened to burn down his friend’s house. A deputy requested that law enforcement be on the look out for a man.
In Quincy, someone in the emergency room at PDH reported having a patient there who was assaulted at his house. A deputy said the victim didn’t want to press charges.
Passed out in vehicle
On Highway 89 at the Taylorsville T in Indian Valley, a caller said she received information that a man was passed out in his vehicle. A passerby said the windows were rolled up and he or she couldn’t get inside the pickup. The information was transferred to CHP and PHI. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire also responded.
Keeping the peace
In Quincy, a caller said that a woman said she was going over to her house to beat her up. They had issues earlier in the day. A sergeant contacted everyone and they all agreed to keep the peace.
Wednesday, June 26
In Greenville, a caller reported that her husband was in a fight. She didn’t see it. Someone else called and said a man punched him multiple times. It was unknown if the suspect had any weapons on him. Temporary restraining order procedures were provided.
In Lake Almanor at a boat launch, the boat patrol reported being out with a stranded boater.
On Highway 70 eastbound at the Spanish Creek Bridge, a called reported seeing someone in a vehicle that looked like he or she was driving under the influence. The vehicle was driving in the wrong lane.
At the elementary school in Quincy, it was reported that a man had a back injury. The information was transferred to REMSA and Quincy Fire was paged.
In Chester, it was reported that a man was changing his clothes in the parking lot of Sierra Meadows Apartments. The man reportedly didn’t live there. A sergeant reported that the man was moving on.
In Lake Almanor, it was reported that a boat was about 100 feet off shore. It was the only boat on the lake because it was windy and the water was choppy. A sergeant reported that the boat patrol was going to go out, but then Plumas Pines was sending someone.
Near Greenville, a caller reported that PG&E was trespassing on his property and they were not welcome.
Theft of tabs reported
In Chester, it was reported that someone called the sub station and reported that the registration tabs were stolen off a vehicle.
Unsafe load reported
In Quincy, animal control reported seeing a flat bed semi with an unsafe load parked in a parking lot. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Blairsden on Little Bear Road, a caller reported that USFS was doing light and siren training.
See if the house is locked
In Chester, someone called and requested that a deputy check a man’s house to make sure it was locked. A sergeant reported seeing some glasses, no cell phone and no one in the house. The information was transferred to a sergeant in the jail.
In Quincy, a caller reported there was a fire in someone’s backyard. Quincy Fire was paged.
There’s a problem?
On Lee Summit, someone reported that a camper trailer was traveling at 45 mph on Highway 70. The information was transferred to CHP.
In the Crescent Mills area, a caller reported there was a tree blocking the westbound lane on westbound Stampfli Lane. The information was transferred to CHP.
Weapon reported stolen
In Greenville, a caller reported that someone stolen his gun. He said it was missing for about a week. A caller thought he might have misplaced it, but couldn’t find it anywhere.
In the Twain area, a caller reported hearing gunshots near Halstead Campground. They stopped, but the caller said it was occurring on private property.
Incident with injuries
On Highway 70 just west of Rock Creek Power House in the Feather River Canyon, a caller reported a single vehicle incident with possible injuries. The information was transferred to CHP, Quincy Fire and PDH. Plumas One requested a helicopter. Information was transferred to REMSA and CalFire. A second reported came in saying the people were on the roadway. One of the women was pregnant. Two people were transported to Enloe Hospital in Chico.
Suspicious situation reported
Near Greenville, a caller reported that his brother said that some people were trying to rob him. The brother had been drinking. It was reported that six adults and some babies were involved. When the caller was able to contact his mother she said that the brother was hallucinating and going through withdrawals.