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 July 9 to July 16.
BY THE NUMBERS
53 reports to CHP
52 medical calls
39 calls to 911
31 requests for assistance
29 disturbances reported
26 reports of a suspicious nature
24 fire-related reports
17 civil reports
16 boating reports
15 reports for animal control
13 reports for trespass
11 reports to the USFS
10 probation/parole reports
10 court-related reports
10 reports involving juveniles
10 reports of harassment
9 citations issued
9 burglaries reported
9 thefts reported
8 drug-related reports
7 assaults reported
7 requests for welfare checks
6 intoxication reports
6 alarms reported
5 reports of domestic
5 reports to SIFC
5 reports of fraud
5 search and rescue reports
4 reports of assisting other agencies
4 sex-related reports
4 reports of vandalism
3 reports to fish and wildlife
3 reports to the district attorney
3 reports about weapons
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher. A caller reported that a vehicle went over the side on Highway 89 and Johnsville Road. The man was still inside, but could get out. The call was transferred to CHP. The victim didn’t want medical.
CHP reported the arrest of a woman charged with driving under the influence.
Probation reported that a woman was arrested and charged with violating her probation. A caller reported that her neighbor was intoxicated and insider her own house screaming.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of a firearm by a felon.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation and statutory rape.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with indecent exposure and violating a court order. A caller reported that a man was exposing himself in a room with a door open to the outside. Then he shut the door.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation and being under the influence of a controlled substance. A woman reported an argument between herself and a man. He came to her residence and started an argument. Then he threw a rock through the windshield of her vehicle.
It was reported that a woman was outside with a knife in a trailer park. The reporting party then thought the woman was alone in her tent and didn’t know what happened to the knife. A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller reported that a man that had been drinking was walking by the car wash.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with being intoxicated. CHP reported a caller who said there was a person lying on the shoulder of Highway 70. The person had a cardboard box covering her face.
A deputy reported the arrest of man charged with violating probation. A caller reported that a man who had been drinking kept coming to her residence and harassing her.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with contempt of court and burglary. A caller reported that a man just left her garage where he had been sleeping in a sleeping bag. He was walking from Alder Street toward High Street. She thought he took her backpack and other things. She said she hadn’t been in her house so she didn’t know if he’d been inside.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation and domestic battery. A caller reported that a woman was causing problems and was kicking and hitting his truck, him and his daughter. He thought she needed medical help. Plumas District Hospital responded.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with willful disobedience of a court order, probation violation, driving when his license was suspended or revoked and forging a license or registration.
A deputy reported the arrest of two men. One man was charged with violating parole, being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of methamphetamines. The second man was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of meth.
Tuesday, July 16
Abandoned vehicle spotted
On Highway 32 near Rattlesnake Road near Chester, a caller reported finding an abandoned vehicle. No one was inside, but the air bags had been deployed. The engine was cold. The information was transferred to CHP.
Bite case reported
In Quincy, an animal control officer requested a case number for a bite case. A woman was bitten by a feral kitten. Rabies treatments were started.
Evicted from residence
In Vinton, a man reported that his daughter had him sign paperwork for his residence. He said he didn’t know that it was for a balloon payment and now he’s being evicted from his residence. He thought it was elder abuse. A deputy reported that no crime occurred and the individual was provided with the correct civil procedures.
Dogs in a vehicle
In Greenville, a woman reported seeing four dogs in a vehicle and she was concerned about them. The vehicle was gone when someone checked.
In Greenville, a caller said that his daughter was causing a fight. The caller though the suspect might have a razor blade. The juvenile agreed to keep the peace and didn’t have a razor blade. The mother said the juvenile had one to get a quicker response from a deputy.
In Greenville, a caller said he could see smoke behind his property. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire were responding. Firefighters and deputies didn’t see any signs of fire or smoke in the area.
Missing person or not
A caller requested that a missing persons report be filed for her husband. He was last known to be in Reno. The reporting party didn’t really want to file but was hoping that would allow a deputy to take custody of the man and bring him back to Plumas County.
Just sitting in a car
In Quincy, a caller said that three people were sitting in a vehicle in a parking lot. She was concerned there might be drug activity going on. A deputy checked and there were no drugs. Everyone was fine.
In Chester, a caller wanted to speak to a deputy about a woman who went into a business after she was trespassed from it. A deputy contacted the caller who requested that the deputy locate the woman and give her a stern second trespass warning. The deputy attempted to find the woman without success.
In Lake Almanor at the point of the peninsula, a caller said it appeared that a vessel broke down. Two adults and three kids were on board. It was towed to Rec. 1.
Can’t find the kids
In the Graeagle area, a caller reported that her two children went up a trail called Bear Loop at the Gold Lake Resort. She hadn’t been able to find them. She said one of the boys gets dehydrated easily. The mother went looking for the kids. She was pregnant and had no food or water. The kids were located and were fine.
Someone broke the gates
In the Greenhorn area near Spring Garden, a caller said that three people were trespassing on his property and broke some of his gates. A deputy spoke to the reporting party who had third hand information about who did the damage.
In Portola, a caller said that her wife stole her vehicle and tried to run over her with it. A deputy said it wasn’t a crime, but a civil issue. The caller then said she didn’t want to file a report. She said she was trying to get into the car when the driver took off.
In Quincy, a caller reported witnessing two juveniles crawl through an open window at Quincy Elementary School on Mill Creek Road. They were by the old library at the far end of the playground. One was holding the other one by the shoulders so he could get in. The second juvenile also went in. There were also two girls at the school, but they didn’t appear to be involved. She called back and said one was out and walking up the street. She didn’t know what happened to the other one. A deputy checked the school and was looking for the juveniles.
Near Quincy, a caller reported that there was a fire behind her house and she didn’t know how it started. Quincy Fire responded and information was sent to USFS. A second call came in saying the fire was starting to spread uphill. USFS was to handle the incident.
Monday, July 15
In Portola, a caller said that an unknown male smashed something through the front window of a house. There was a disturbance between the suspects who appeared to have been drinking. No weapons were on scene. A deputy reported that everyone was okay. A man attempted to crawl through a window and knocked over a fan. Then he went to sleep.
In Delleker, a caller reported that a woman was in a fight. The suspect was holding a pair of scissors and under the influence. No medical was needed. The deputy was with the victim and transported the victim to Eastern Plumas District Hospital with ear pain. The deputy couldn’t find the suspect.
In Chester, a caller requested medical assistance for the victim of a fall. The individual had a head injury. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Got the staggers
Westbound on Highway 70 between Portola and Graeagle, it was reported that a man was seen staggering in and out of traffic. He was actually closer to Graeagle. The deputy located the man north of Mohawk Vista Road. The deputy said the man was not under the influence, nor did he appear to have other problems.
Uses nails and screws
End of Sugar Pine Lane in Blairsden, a caller said that a neighbor didn’t like people driving down the road to the river so he puts nails and screws on the roadway. The caller thought it was dangerous for kids and animals that also walk through that area. A deputy spoke to the caller. There was no crime.
Wants to be in custody
A caller said he wanted to be taken into protective custody in Plumas County because of his wife. He said he was in a bike crash the previous day and was transported to Reno. He had broken some ribs. The caller’s wife called and said her husband checked himself out of the hospital. She said she has a restraining order against him and wanted to press charges. A deputy spoke to the wife and was trying to contact the caller.
On Marina Drive off Big Cove Road at Lake Almanor, a caller said that someone dumped three large bags of trash. It had been there about three weeks and animals were tearing into it. A deputy spoke to the caller and said that public works would pick up the trash.
In the Beckwourth area, a caller reported burglary to a storage unit.
Trying to start fires
On Highway 89 and Arlington, someone was pouring gas on the ground and attempting to light fires. About four or five people were there. The information was transferred to CHP. USFS and CHP were unable to locate any fire.
In Chester, a caller reported finding that her house had been burglarized.
Drunk driver reported
On Highway 70 westbound from Portola, a caller reported an intoxicated driver. The make, model, color and license plate number were provided. The information was transferred to CHP.
Over the side
A caller reported that a vehicle went over the side of Little Grass Valley Road east of the reservoir near Little Beaver Campground. One person was in the vehicle. The information was transferred to CHP and CalFire. USFS was on scene.
Eastbound on Highway 70 in Portola, a caller reported a rolling argument between a man and a woman. The man started the argument in a business. Then he made the woman get into a small station wagon. The information was transferred to a deputy and CHP.
On Lake Almanor, someone from the boat patrol reported citing a man who was charged with allowing someone under the age of 16 to drive the boat.
On Lake Almanor, the boat patrol officer reported citing a woman who was charged with allowing someone under the age of 16 drive the boat.
Concerned about safety
In Quincy, a caller reported that a mother and child were walking eastbound over Cemetery Hill along the highway. The information was transferred to CHP.
Dog bite in the park
In Chester, a caller reported that a dog bite occurred in the park about a week ago. A deputy said the patient was discharged and he would attempt to contact the person. Seneca Hospital’s records showed that an unknown dog bit the person.
In Portola, a caller reported the theft of a woodsplitter. The suspect’s pickup had the woodsplitter in the back. A deputy said it wasn’t a theft, but a civil issue.
In Portola, a caller requested medical help for a male that fell off a bike and hit his head. The information was transferred to EPDH and Eastern Plumas Fire.
In Quincy, a caller reported hearing a lot of banging come from the neighbors’ house. Kids were there. A deputy reported that they were putting up dry wall and agreed to keep the peace.
Sunday, July 14
Men won’t go away
In Chester, a caller reported that a group of men were in front of her bar and wouldn’t leave. While she was on the phone their designated driver got them into a car and they left.
CHP transferred a 911 call. Dispatch just received an open line where they could hear people talking. Then a caller requested medical for a male who crashed on a scooter and possibly broke his collarbone. Graeagle Fire and EPHC responded.
Got woke up
In Chester, a caller said his neighbors were having a party. They woke him up when they started talking and yelling really loud. A deputy contacted several people who agreed to turn off the music and take the party inside.
At the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported that someone in a boat was racing around her house early that morning. She asked to speak to someone with the boat patrol. The boat patrol would contact the reporting party.
At the intersection of Highways 89 and 36 near Chester, a caller reported that two people were causing problems. The woman was yelling for help. A sergeant said they were just lost. He provided them with directions to Oroville.
Man had a fall
In Portola, a caller requested an ambulance for a person who fell off a ladder. The call was transferred to EPHC and Eastern Plumas Fire.
Car and dog locked up
In Graeagle, a caller reported that she locked her keys in the car and her dog was also in there. The caller was advised to call a tow truck.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported seeing smoke in the Round Valley area. The information was transferred to USFS.
In Cromberg, a caller reported that his neighbor was trespassing on his property. A deputy contacted the caller. The reporting party called back and said he talked to the person.
Living in a tent
In Greenville, a caller said she thought that a woman she knows was living in a tent behind her property. She had ongoing issues with the person. The woman wasn’t there right then. A sergeant contacted the caller who reported the theft of firearms and gas cans. The sergeant said they weren’t stolen, but were given to the woman by the reporting party’s husband. The caller wanted the woman trespassed from the property. A sergeant reported that the woman wasn’t in the tent and it appeared that she hadn’t been there for a few days. The tent was on its side due to the wind. A sergeant requested that if a deputy located the woman to trespass her from the property.
Someone reported seeing smoke on the north end of Frenchman Lake. It was coming from the east edge. The information was transferred to USFS.
Dirt bikes, others reported
In Chester, a caller reported that three dirt bikes and two side by sides were going up and down the roadway. The information was transferred to CHP.
Loud music at the lake
On the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported problems with loud music. A ski boat was docked behind the caller’s house. The parties agreed to keep the peace. They were also counseled for not having lifejackets.
Issues with juvenile
In Quincy, a caller reported a juvenile was being incorrigible. The juvenile left the house on a bike and was riding toward town. The juvenile didn’t have a cell phone. The juvenile was counseled.
Rafters in need of help
The boat patrol reported being out with rafters on Flag Island that were trapped. Assistance was completed and everyone was okay.
Lassen County requested a be on the lookout for someone involve in a domestic violence incident in Westwood. The suspect was armed and a woman was with him. The victim was still in Westwood. They could have been heading to Walker Lake. The man was located and Plumas County didn’t need to respond.
In Quincy, a caller reported that possible squatters were at the Old Eastside Pub. The reporting party just saw two males with backpacks going in and out of the backdoor. The building was clear and a deputy found no signs of anyone living there.
Saturday, July 13
Loud music reported
In Quincy, a caller reported there was a truck with a group of people blasting music from it. The caller said she lived near the library and could hear it. A deputy contacted the people who shut of the music and agreed to keep the peace and walk home responsibly.
Out for a walk
On Bucklin Road in the Bucks Lake area, a caller reported that a man was walking down the road. The caller saw him walking up from Berry Creek and was concerned for his welfare. The individual wasn’t asking for help, the caller was just concerned that the man had walked a long way. The information was transferred to CHP.
At the Antelope Lake Campground, a caller requested help evicting some campers that were causing problems during the night. They were trying to start fights and making threats. Two adults and some children were at the site. A sergeant said they left the campground and were given a trespass warning.
In Chester, a caller said her neighbor was throwing her cigarette butts into her front yard while they were still lit.
The boat patrol reported citing a man who was charged with not having a floatation device and children under 13 not wearing lifejackets.
In Beckwourth, a caller reported that a man was trespassing. He was given an official trespass warning.
At Rocky Point Campground at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a 2-year-old fell into a fire pit and had a severe burn on her arm. The information was transferred to SIFC. The child was flown to a hospital out of the area.
In Chester, a caller reported that a woman he knows went into his house while he wasn’t home, but his son was there. She went into the bathroom and then left. A deputy reported the woman was given a trespass warning.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a man was at a business and wouldn’t leave.
She’s all wet
In Chester, a caller reported that a woman was walking down a road and was all wet. She wasn’t wearing shoes. The caller said the woman was acting very strange and asked the caller for a ride to the next street. A deputy wasn’t in the area so CHP was going to check.
At Lake Davis, a caller reported a possible forest fire. The information was transferred to USFS. A caller said it looked like it was off 24N10D road.
In Lake Almanor, a member of the boat patrol cited a woman who was charged with having an unregistered vessel.
Also on Lake Almanor, a boat patrol officer cited a man for having an unregistered boat.
In Delleker, a caller reported that someone egged her house. She requested extra patrol checks. A deputy requested that other units be on the lookout for three older juveniles. No one was able to find them.
Some causing problems
In Chilcoot, a caller said her neighbor was causing problems with them and making threats. She said the neighbor was upset because the caller’s husband mowed over onto her property. A deputy contacted the caller and the other woman left.
In Quincy, a caller reported there was a bear in his chicken coop and he couldn’t scare it away. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife. A sergeant said the bear left.
Problems in the parking lot reported
In Portola at a business, a caller said a woman was causing problems in the parking lot. The caller asked for contact from a deputy. A deputy said that two women were arguing.
Wanting a fight
In Portola, a caller said that someone was in front of her house and was trying to get her husband to go outside and fight. A deputy said they were arguing and fighting. They agreed to keep the peace. The argument was over some dogs. They were trespassed off each other’s property.
Dog walker harassed
A deputy reported that a woman reported that a Plumas County resident went to Reno and harassed her dog walker.
In Portola, a caller reported that he could hear gunshots. He thought they were coming from about two blocks away. He said he heard four shots. A deputy saw fireworks in the air in that area, but was unable to locate anyone around.
Loud music reported
At the Lake Almanor West Shore Campground, someone reported that a group of possibly college-aged men were being loud with blaring music. A second caller reported there was a group being loud. A deputy reported that it was quiet when he arrived.
Mini bikes and kids
On Lake View and County Road A13 near Hamilton Branch it was reported that three juveniles had a mini bike. They were counseled about riding at night with no lights.
Too much dancing
At the West Shore lake Almanor, a caller reported that a guest who was dancing fell and thought she broke her knee. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Falling into a car
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that an intoxicated person was leaving westbound from a bar. The suspect apparently fell into the car. The information was transferred to CHP.
Knock, knock, knocking
In Chester, a caller said that someone had been knocking on her door for the last 10 minutes. The caller reported that it stopped and the lights went off out front. They could hear someone shuffling around. A deputy said the person was gone when he arrived. They would look for anyone on foot.
Friday, July 12
Loaded syringe found
In Greenville, someone at the library reported finding a loaded syringe. A deputy recovered it and it was disposed of properly.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman who was possibly a transient was down by the creek near a business. She had a piece of paper with a knife stuck through it. A deputy contacted the woman who agreed to move.
Fall victim reported
In La Porte, a caller requested medical for a young fall victim. He had a large bump on his head and injured his hand. The information was transferred to CalFire in Grass Valley.
Knife issue again
In Quincy, a caller reported there was a tree with a piece of paper with a knife stuck in it on a tree on Mill Creek Bridge. It was just down from a business where a suspicious incident was reported earlier. Children were told to leave it alone and a deputy would get it. A sergeant reported that the items were located and removed.
Riding in the wrong place
At the Canyon Dam Picnic Area at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that the rider of a Skidoo was in the buoyed area all day. A lot of people have told him to stop. The reporting party said the boat patrol was no longer on the lake for the day.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a man was inside a store. The caller had a restraining order against the man. He was harassing customers and was naked in the bathroom. The information was transferred to CHP to assist. Someone spoke to the owner who said he’d actually been there all week. Today he had been drinking and harassing people. She said he was staying in his truck on the side of the hotel. A deputy contacted him. The man hadn’t been drinking and agreed to move on. He was given an official trespass warning from the business.
The little black dog
In Quincy, a reporting party said there was a little black dog that lived in a trailer. It was an ongoing problem that it was out and howling in the middle of the street. Today it moved on to other property. The information was transferred to animal control.
At the Hamilton Branch boat launch, a caller said that his friend was locked in the bathroom. A sergeant pulled the victim through the window and then pulled some string off the windows. The juveniles were counseled.
In Chester, a caller said they were going down Lassen toward Stover and almost hit someone. He was stumbling down the street. The information was transferred to CHP, but they didn’t have anyone in the area. A deputy was unable to locate the man.
In Portola, a caller reported that her daughter was chased by some people and was being harassed by other children. A deputy spoke to her and she wanted the information on file. The deputy was going to contact the suspects the following day.
In Portola, a caller reported that people in a trailer were being loud. She said they were making as much noise as possible and it had been going on for four nights. She thought there were at least seven people involved. A sergeant contacted her and everyone was being quiet. She was requesting extra patrol checks.
Emergency from church camp
At Bucks Lake, a caller reported that while camping at the church campground someone had to give a child an EPI-pen shot. The mother of the child was already en route to the hospital and wanted CHP to check in on the car to make sure it got to the hospital. The patient did arrive.
Thursday, July 11
In Quincy, a caller reported that a man was sleeping behind a church on Jackson Street. She said his snoring woke her up. A deputy said the man agreed to move along and attempt to get a motel room.
Loggers making noise
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that loggers were making a lot of noise behind her house. She said they woke her up and she didn’t think they could run equipment before 7 a.m. A deputy contacted a man with the timber company and they had a permit to do the work early because of the fire danger.
Horse versus bicycle
On Bucks Creek Loop Trail near Bucks Lake, it was reported that someone on a bicycle ran into someone on a horse. The woman fell off the horse and lost consciousness. A caller reported they were on the Loop Trail before the summit about a half-mile up the trail between White Horse and Summit Loops down into Bucks Creak. Search and rescue was paged. The patient was transported to PDH.
In Quincy, it was reported that a woman was the victim of fraud in the amount of $9,000. The reporting party was en route to a bank in Reno to get information. A deputy reported that the transaction was reversed and the money saved.
In Quincy, a caller reported that her fiancé was just assaulted by two women. The victim also called to say she was assaulted.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a man was calling and harassing the employees at a business. A man requested a call from a deputy that night. The man had threatened the business’s secretary.
In Quincy, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about some vandalism to a business.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a tenant was assaulted. It was reported that the victim’s sister head-butted her and her nose was bleeding. She didn’t think she needed medical attention. The reporting party said she heard screaming from both people. A deputy spoke to the victim who said her sister was underage and she didn’t want to press charges.
Carrying a goose
On Highway 36 at the causeway near Chester, a deputy received information about three juveniles walking down the causeway carrying a goose by the neck. A deputy spoke to the fish and wildlife warden. The deputy took pictures of the goose and then disposed of it.
In Portola at a residence, a caller reported seeing a very large fire. The flames were reported to be 3 to 4 feet high. The caller requested that someone go and look at it. Eastern Plumas Fire responded. It was a legal burn.
Near Portola at the Crocker Campground, a caller reported that he received a call from his daughter who was there with her boyfriend. She told him that the boyfriend was mistreating her. The caller thought they were arguing, but the man had a history of domestic violence. Both people live in San Jose but came to the area to camp. The caller said the man does have weapons at his residence and had a history with drugs and alcohol. A deputy said they were arguing and the woman refused to leave. The deputy made her call her father and explain why she was staying.
Cat scratch situation
In Quincy, a caller said that a mother and child were in the emergency room with cat scratches and a bite from a stray cat. The information was forwarded to animal control. The cat was described.
In Portola, a caller reported that a pitbull walked into a store. The caller had the dog on a leash and couldn’t take it home that night. The reporting party called back and said the dog was at another location and it looked like it was going to have puppies. The dog was taken to the animal shelter.
Suspicious activities reported
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that some people might have been breaking into a business. The door was up and no lights were on in the shop. A truck was out front and its lights weren’t on. A deputy contacted a man who said he said he was employed there. Deputies checked the building and it was secure.
Wednesday, July 10
Structure fire reported
A caller reported a structure fire on Samantha Drive in Portola. EPHC and Eastern Plumas Fire were paged. Beckwourth and Graeagle fire responded for mutual aid.
At the Butt Valley Reservoir, the boat patrol reported that a man was cited and charged with having an unregistered vessel.
Just walking around
Near Quincy, it was reported that an elderly woman was seen walking near Bell Lane. A deputy contacted the woman who was fine; she was just taking a walk.
Scam call received
In Greenville, a caller reported receiving a scam call from someone saying he/she was from the IRS.
In Greenville, a reporting party requested that a man be trespassed from her property because he was harassing her. She said he was knocking on her door every day trying to get her to sell her property to him. Trespass procedures were provided. The man was gone when a deputy arrived.
In Quincy, someone reported that some things were stolen from his tent at the High Sierra Music Festival.
Man reported drinking
In Quincy, a reporting party requested a welfare check on a man who was drinking. The reporting party was concerned about the man because he just took him to the emergency room the previous day. A deputy contacted the victim in front of a store on Main Street and he was okay.
Suspicious situation reported
On Lake Almanor, it was reported that four males on a pontoon boat were going from dock to dock taking ropes, buoys and other things. This was near the east shore at Hamilton Branch heading toward Little Norway. A caller said a woman had photos of the males doing this. It turned out to be a dock business that was working.
In Graeagle, a reporting party reported the theft of some tools from his garage.
In Cromberg, a caller said he was just hit with a beer bottle in the side of his head. He said his landlord did it. PDH was paged.
Above Spanish Ranch north of Bucks Lake, a caller said he could see smoke. The information was transferred to USFS.
Bear jumped in
In Quincy, a caller reported that a bear jumped into his chicken coop and killed one of his chickens before he could scare it off. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife.
At the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller reported that her neighbors were trespassing on her property. She said she has a giant water trampoline and boats and they were refusing to leave. A deputy contacted a man and gave him an official trespass warning. Everyone agreed to keep the peace.
In Quincy, a deputy said he was contacted by three people who said a man was harassing them on Facebook. The deputy provided them with the proper temporary restraining order information.
Tuesday, July 9
In Quincy, a caller reported that two men were sitting in a truck in a parking lot. They had been there more than two hours. The reporting party was concerned about them. A deputy contacted the men who said they were waiting for their boss who never showed up. They agreed to move on.
Selling the claim
In Quincy, a caller reported that he was selling his gold mining rights. Dispatch was unable to understand if this was happening in this county or in Oregon due to a language barrier.
Bird in the water
In Lake Almanor, someone reported near Stump Beach a bald eagle was seen swimming in the water toward shore. The reporting party was concerned it was injured. The eagle made it to shore and flew up into a tree.
In Sloat, a reporting party said he/she purchased a trailer on eBay. The person paid $18,500 that was wired from a local bank source to an agency. The trailer was to arrive July 8 and didn’t. The reporting party attempted to contact the seller who wasn’t answering the phone. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. The deputy tried calling the seller and it kept going to voicemail. A deputy said this was a civil matter and gave the caller the proper civil information.
In Taylorsville, a caller reported vandalism to a store. Someone poured liquid skunk into the flowerbeds. The owner said she lost business during the holiday weekend. She has a video of the incident.
In the Madora Lake area in Plumas Eureka State Park, a caller reported hearing about 10 gunshots. The caller was concerned about the fire danger. The information was transferred to USFS. A deputy was unable to locate anyone shooting. Also the road was washed out and the deputy couldn’t make it all the way to the lake.
Counterfeit money found
In Graeagle, a caller reported receiving a counterfeit $100.
In the Lake Almanor area an animal control officer requested a case number for a dog bite case.
In Delleker, an animal control officer requested a citation number for a dog bite case.
In Quincy, it was reported that a woman had been drinking and was at Pioneer Park. She wasn’t causing problems, but the reporting party needed help for her. The woman declined medical help although she was transported to the hospital for treatment. She was trespassed from the park and told not to return.
Eastbound on Highway 70 near Butterfly Valley, a caller reported the driver of a semi truck was driving recklessly. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Chester, a caller reported finding a cold burglary to a residence. The caller thought someone was living there when he was on vacation. A deputy reported there was no burglary. But when the man returned the front door was unlocked and there were tiny holes in the wall. It appeared to be from a dartboard. Nothing was taken.
Help needed at clinic
In Greenville, a caller reported that a patient was being combative. The person then left and was standing outside the clinic. It was requested that the patient be transported for evaluation. A sergeant reported that the patient left the area and he was on the lookout. A sergeant finally received information that she was seen about 20 minutes earlier in front of the Greenville substation yelling at traffic. The sergeant found her and she was taken home. She was going to stay with someone and the family was notified.
In Quincy, a caller reported the theft of a backpack from High Sierra Music Festival the previous week. It contained a cell phone, ID and other items. A deputy attempted to call the person and would try again later.
In Beckwourth, a caller requested medical help for a child with a head injury. The information was transferred to EPHC and Beckwourth Fire.
In Greenville, a caller reported that a vehicle was parked in her driveway. It was learned that the vehicle belongs to the caller.
In Quincy, CHP received a report of stolen property. The caller reported the theft of a backpack, duffel bag and fishing equipment. The caller was at Pioneer Park waiting for a ride. A deputy tried multiple times to reach the person and didn’t get an answer. The deputy reported that the items weren’t stolen. The reporting party lost his things at the park after he left.
In Chester, a caller reported she thought someone tried to break into her house. She said she doesn’t have a working phone.
On Round Valley Road near Greenville, a sergeant received information from a man that some people were trespassing on his property. The two people were issued trespassing warnings and agreed to stay off the property.
In the Taylorsville area, a caller reported that a man was walking down the road and had been in a fight. He was carrying a pillow and a sheet. The information was given to deputies who were on another case. A deputy checked all the roads in the area and didn’t find the person.