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 31 to Aug. 6.
BY THE NUMBERS
45 reports involving the CHP
42 requests for medical help
41 reports of suspicious incidents
36 calls to 911
34 disturbances reported
27 requests for a fire department
22 requests for assistance
22 reports to animal control
20 reports involving probation
16 arrests reported
14 civil related reports
12 alarms reported
12 reports to SIFC
10 requests for be on the lookout (BOLO)
10 reports involving juveniles
10 reports involving intoxication
10 boating reports
10 reports of trespassing
7 reports to fish and wildlife
7 reports of harassment
7 reports of theft
5 threats reported
5 reports to the USFS
5 requests for extra patrol checks
5 reports of assisting other agencies
5 reports of vandalism
5 reports involving drugs
5 reports of domestic violence
5 reports for mental health
3 reports involving trash
3 missing persons reports
3 assaults reported
3 court-related reports
3 search and rescue situations
3 hazards reported
3 jail electronic monitoring reports
3 reports to the district attorney
3 reports to child protective services
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence.
CHP reported the arrest of a woman charged with driving under the influence and having a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or higher.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with theft.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with threatening to commit a crime that would result in death or great bodily harm.
On Highway 70 at Mt. Tomba near Cromberg, 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 deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with an outstanding warrant, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamines.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation. A caller reported a domestic dispute between herself and a man.
Law enforcement reported the arrest of a man charged with diverting a stream, cultivating marijuana and possession of cannabis for sales.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man for violating post release supervision. Probation authorized the arrest.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with assault with a deadly weapon. A caller reported that she was assaulted with a vehicle while walking. The person declined medical. The person driving was a woman and she had a female passenger with her. The person apparently swerved to hit the caller and drove over her foot.
Deputies reported the arrests of two men. They were both charged with violating their probations and one was also charged with resisting arrest.
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 deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with domestic violence. A caller said that his wife was extremely intoxicated and was being violent. She punched him in the face every time he tried to get in the car.
CHP reported the arrest of an individual charged with driving under the influence.
At Frenchman Blvd. and USFS 24N01, a caller reported a camper fire on the west side of the lake off Night Crawlers Bay. Sierra Valley Fire was paged and the information was transferred to USFS. The fire was put out, but a deputy was requested due to suspicious circumstances. An engine was going back out with a water tender and would get coordinates for the USFS. Nothing was left of the motorhome except the frame. It was noted that someone saw a vehicle take off from it at a high rate of speed. USFS said it wasn’t their jurisdiction. A sergeant contacted CalFire to confirm that they were notified of the fire. No crime was committed.
Tuesday, Aug. 6
Concerned about juvenile
In Quincy, CHP transferred a call from someone who wanted contact from a deputy. The caller said that a woman and a juvenile left the house on foot going in an unknown direction. The caller said that the woman said she was going to the sheriff’s office. He was concerned for the juvenile’s safety because the woman had been drinking and he thought she was under the influence of drugs. A sergeant spoke to the caller and learned there was an argument before the woman left with the child.
In Quincy, a caller said that people were yelling and dogs were barking. The information was transferred to CHP as a precaution. A sergeant reported that some people were wrestling with their dogs. Everyone was fine and they agreed to keep the peace.
In Portola, a caller reported that vandalism was done to a motel room.
Didn’t return home
In the Lakes Basin area, a caller reported that some people were camping at the Gold Creek Campground and were supposed to return home to Walnut Creek for work. The caller was unable to get hold of them and said that all of the information about the campground location was secondhand. It could have been the Cold Creek Campground or the Gold Lake Campground. USFS checked the Gold Lake Campground, then the Lakes Basin Campground. They also checked the trailhead to Bear Lake, Round Lake and the Smith Lake Trail. A vehicle wasn’t found. Then the reporting party called back and said they were okay. They went backpacking and just got to an area with cell phone service.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that someone stole her wallet from her vehicle the previous Saturday.
Hiker needed help
Along the Kings Creek Trail, a caller reported that a hiker had a broken arm. Local agencies assisted.
In Portola, a caller reported that a woman at an intersection harassed him.
On Highway 36 just east of the causeway near Chester, a caller requested medical for someone on a bike on the side of the road. The information was transferred to SIFC and CHP.
In Portola, a caller said a man was arguing with her. She said he had rifles, but she didn’t know where they were. A deputy spoke to the people and they refused to leave the residence, but agreed to keep the peace.
On the county dime
In Quincy, a caller reported a welfare check on a woman and her children. They were staying in a motel room being paid for by the county. The staff reported suspected drug use in front of the children. They also reported finding burnt foil in the trash on multiple days in a row. There was also a man staying there and that was against the county contract. A deputy said the room was unoccupied. The information was transferred to child protective services and the district attorney.
In Beckwourth, a caller reported finding fraud on his credit card. He asked to talk to a deputy. It was a negative loss. Someone had a welder shipped to the reporting party using his credit card. The item was returned.
Assisting injured biker
On the Black Mountain Road near Milford, a caller requested medical for a mountain biker with a broken hip. Search and rescue was paged and the information went to SIFC. SIFC requested an air ambulance. Eastern Plumas Health Care made contact with the patient and was on scene. A landing zone was organized with the help of Milford Fire.
Hazard on the tracks
In Portola, someone reported seeing a big piece of metal in between the tracks near the railroad station. The information was transferred to Union Pacific Railroad.
In Portola, a caller reported that she was involved in an argument with a man at an intersection. It was thought the man was possibly driving under the influence. A second person reported that a woman was harassing him. He said she was yelling at him and using rude gestures. She also tried to run him off the road. A deputy attempted to locate the people, but they were gone.
Stuck in the tub
In Portola, a caller requested medical assistant for someone who was stuck in the bathtub. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire. EPFD assisted the person.
Process server bitten
In Chester, a sergeant took a report from a woman who said she is a registered process server. She was bitten by a dog at a man’s residence. She was going to Plumas District Hospital. The information was transferred to animal control.
Stranded on the lake
In Lake Almanor, a caller said he was stranded in his boat with four people on board.
Possible DUI reported
Northbound on Highway 89 from Rocky Point Campground near Prattville, CHP was looking for a possible person driving under the influence. The individual left that area about 20 minutes earlier in an Impala with South Dakota plates. The driver was verbally abusive and hostile before getting into the vehicle.
Speeding and yelling
In Portola, it was reported that two people were seen speeding up a street. They were also yelling at the reporting party’s daughter and threatening her.
More yelling going on
In Portola, a caller reported that two women were driving around and yelling and screaming at his friends. Sierra County dispatch reported they tried to transfer a call from a woman who said that some people were on her back porch threatening her. A deputy attempted to contact everyone.
In the Quincy area, a caller said her boyfriend attacked her. He was now on the beach in a chair. She said her jaw hurts. She said the man had been drinking. The information was transferred to CHP for backup. PDH staged on Highway 70 near Keddie. A sergeant said they were separated for the night.
Agreed to keep the peace
In Quincy, a caller said her neighbors were threatening and trying to get into a fight with her. Someone was also refusing to let her out of her vehicle so she could go to her apartment. She called back and said she made it to her apartment, but they were still in the parking lot. She said that a man was yelling outside trying to get her to come out. A deputy reported that everyone was arguing. They agreed to keep the peace.
Monday, Aug. 5
In Chester, a caller reported that a man was making death threats and showed up at her house. A deputy provided temporary restraining order procedure information. A welfare check was requested on a woman who was being harassed by the same man. Victim witness was informed.
On Highway 395 and Highway 70 at Hallelujah Junction, a fire was reported as it was burning uphill. USFS dispatch reported that a work group was doing a wildland fire in the area.
In Quincy, a businessperson reported that someone hit the planter box in front of the store and damaged it.
Failure to return
In Quincy, a deputy was asked to take a man into custody for failing to return to jail after being given a pass.
In Delleker, an animal control officer reported citing a man because his animal bit someone.
Near Greenville on North Arm Road up Beardsley Grade, a caller said that she heard a man and a woman arguing on the grade in a pickup. A deputy checked and didn’t locate the pickup.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said he received information that trespassers were on his property. They were using his dock and had set up camp on the shore. The caller asked that they be told to move along. A sergeant said it was a civil issue in a family over a trust.
Issues with boats
On Lake Almanor, five people were on a boat with electrical problems and were requesting assistance. The boat patrol was delayed in responding because of issues with its own boat.
Boiling water poured
In Greenville, a caller reported that her husband was destroying the house and poured boiling water on the floor next to a child. No medical was necessary. He then left on foot, but returned and it looked like he was leaving again. A sergeant said no crime occurred since the water wasn’t near the child. Everyone agreed to keep the peace. The man was going to stay away for the day.
In Greenville, a sergeant received a report that a juvenile was being incorrigible. He was cited and charged with petty theft, and as a minor refusing to obey. Probation was notified.
In Greenville, a sergeant reported that a man violated a restraining order by sending two nude photos of himself to someone.
In Portola, a caller reported that she was in an argument with a neighbor after she asked them to slow down. She didn’t know their names. She thought someone had been drinking and that the driver was too young to be driving. Everyone agreed to keep the peace.
In Chester, a caller reported the theft of a motorcycle helmet. The caller said he wasn’t from the area and now he couldn’t leave. He said he only left his motorcycle and helmet for five minutes while he went into a store.
Sunday, Aug. 4
Being threatened, but by whom?
In Quincy, a caller said that he was being threatened but he was unsure of who it was. He said they were coming to handle business. A deputy said that the reporting party was at a particular address, but then no one could find him. He also wasn’t answering his phone.
At the Sundew Campground at Bucks Lake, a caller reported that the camp host reported to him that a group was loud all night. All parties agreed to keep the peace and the camper who had been noisy was leaving that day.
Possible squatters reported
In the Greenville area, a caller reported that possible squatters were on her neighbors’ property. About 10 people were living in a trailer next to a greenhouse. The reporting party didn’t think the homeowner was aware of it. He lives in Chico. The caller was concerned because there was a chemical smell coming from the property. A deputy contacted the owner who said they were burning pine needles. The owner had people staying there to help him clean up the area.
At the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported that she was concerned that a bat living at the community center might have rabies. She was transferred to fish and wildlife.
She’s got his chainsaw
In Vinton, a caller said there was a court order that said a woman was supposed to give him his chainsaws and she didn’t. The woman reported that the man was harassing her. A deputy contacted the woman and told her the man said she was in violation of a restraining order. The deputy provided a civil standby while the man picked up his belongings.
Case closed or extended
In Vinton, a caller reported the theft of a door and some extension cords. A deputy said it was a civil issue.
Just getting a cat
In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that it looked like someone went into a residence during the night and no one was supposed to be there. The screen was removed from a window and it looked like the front door had been opened. A woman called and asked for a civil stand by so she could get the cat. A sergeant said the standby was complete and that the cat was no longer on scene. The sergeant said there would be no more civil standbys for the caller to collect any other belongings.
On Frenchman Lake, when the boat patrol went to check on the registrations for two vessels, they came back as expired. They were both escorted off the lake.
In Sierraville, numerous 911 calls were received requesting medical for a child that fell off a horse at the rodeo. The calls were transferred to that county.
In Chester, a caller said that a man threatened him and then took his vehicle. A sergeant said it was a civil matter and civil procedures were provided.
Welfare check requested
In Quincy, a caller reported seeing a van with the motor left running for a long time and hadn’t seen anyone around it. A sergeant checked the van and a man was inside taking a nap.
In Lake Almanor at Hamilton Branch, a caller reported that swimmers were trespassing at the fish cages. A deputy said they left.
In Portola, a caller reported that a domestic violence situation was in progress. The caller said they had been screaming and banging things for 10 minutes. A deputy said it was a case of domestic violence and the people agreed to keep the peace.
It didn’t last
In Portola, a caller said they evicted a man July 15. He moved everything, but now they were back in the garage. She said that she and her husband were in their vehicle with their doors locked. Three people were with the man who was moving his stuff again. The caller didn’t want to press charges, she just wanted his things gone and to be counseled.
Someone’s banging on the door
In Portola, a caller reported that someone was banging on the back door. The caller said he looked outside and didn’t see anyone. He wanted deputies to check the area. A deputy contacted the reporting party and said that extra patrol checks were in place. This was the third or fourth time this had happened.
There’s a prowler
In Taylorsville, a sergeant reported that a businessperson asked for an extra patrol check because a man was prowling around the business after hours. The information was sent to the Chester substation.
Saturday, Aug. 3
Crashed in the driveway
From the Portola area, CHP took a call thinking it was for them. A man said that someone crashed in his driveway and abandoned the vehicle there. A deputy said the vehicle was to be there until Monday. If it were still there it would be towed. No damage was reported to the property.
In Chester, a caller reported that he thought he heard two gunshots in the neighborhood. A deputy said it was quiet when he arrived.
In Chester, a caller said he was in front of the hospital in a pickup. He was paralyzed in this right leg and needed help.
In Quincy, a caller said that he heard some kids beating on something that morning. He said he found a bike in a field that looked like they had been throwing rocks at it.
Who was at the bar?
In Portola, a caller reported that a woman was causing problems at the bar. A deputy checked the area and the subject was never at the bar causing problems.
Driving on the rims
On Highway 70 eastbound from Cromberg, a caller reported seeing a truck pulling a trailer. The driver was traveling on the tire rims. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Portola, someone reported that a truck pulled down the internet cords and the electrical cords. Eastern Plumas Fire went to investigate. The internet cable was down and the company was notified.
Trespassing and dumping trash reported
In Taylorsville, a caller reported that a man was trespassing on his property and dumping trash on it. The caller said he’d talked to the man about purchasing the property, but he no longer wanted to sell it to him. A deputy said the man wasn’t on the property at that time. The caller’s daughter had permission to trespass the man if she saw him there.
On the tracks near Rich Bar
At Rich Bar, a caller said that three or four people were trespassing on the railroad tracks near Rich Bar and Highway 70.
In wrong place
On the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported that someone with a blue ski boat tied up to a private buoy belonging to the caller. While on the phone the boat left.
In Quincy, a caller reported that three or four juveniles were lighting off firecrackers at Pioneer Park. A deputy said it was quiet when he arrived. He contacted a few juveniles and they were fine.
Disturbance over speed limit
At the Gansner Bar Campground near Caribou, a caller said that a man caused a disturbance over speed limits and then told the caller that he couldn’t camp. The parties were separated. Someone was to go in the morning to counsel the people.
In the Greenville area, it was reported that someone just cased a home that was boarded up yet people were there with a fire in the backyard. A deputy said it was the owner with a warming fire.
Crawled out a window
In Portola, a caller reported that a man climbed out of the window at the old elementary school. Then he was walking toward the high school. A sergeant checked the area and didn’t find anyone or any new damage to the building.
On Highway 89 north of the Greenville Wye, CHP reported seeing smoke near the Dawn Center up on the hill. CHP learned that someone at a cabin had a fire going.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that two males were fighting with seven or eight people present. A sergeant reported that everything was quiet.
On Highway 70 eastbound from Spanish Creek Bridge, a caller reported that someone in a black truck tailgated him all through the Feather River Canyon.
In the Chester area southbound from A13 from Highway 36, a caller reported a person driving under the influence in a small SUV. The driver was unable to maintain speed, was braking and was unable to maintain the lanes.
Friday, Aug. 2
Music’s too loud
In Quincy, a caller said that a bar on Main Street had its music too loud. A sergeant reported that the bar was closed and the music was off.
Following the lead
In Quincy, CHP got a 911 call from someone asking that they be on the lookout for a Subaru. Apparently someone had been drinking and was traveling northbound on Railway Avenue. The information was given to a deputy and a sergeant. They found a vehicle in a parking lot where a driver looked to be passed out at the wheel. The plate didn’t match what was provided, but the vehicle did. The driver was not driving under the influence.
Causing big problems
In Portola, a caller said her husband was causing problems. He ripped the door off the hinges. She said there were firearms in the home, but she didn’t know where they were located. A deputy said that no crime took place. Someone removed the door with no damage. The man agreed to leave.
A lot of noise heard
In Chester, a caller reported some sort of disturbance happening. A lot of screaming and banging was heard. A deputy reported that it was quiet when he arrived.
At Gansner Park in Quincy, a caller said there was an abandoned motorhome near the bathrooms. It had been there about a week and had a strange odor about it. A deputy checked and agreed that it appeared to be abandoned. A sergeant said that a man then had it and said the owner gave it to him. He parked it at a new location. No one mentioned the smell.
In Quincy, someone at the fairground’s office reported a man on a bike with a black dog. This is the same man who had been cropping up in other reports including the one about the motorhome. A deputy checked the area, but didn’t find him.
Mad about boxers
In Portola, a caller reported finding two boxers. They had no collars or tags. A friend was going to take them to the vet to see if they were chipped. A deputy reported an argument broke out at the substation over the dogs. Eventually they were returned to their owner.
At Gold Mountain, a caller reported that someone broke his arm on the climbing wall. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire.
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone broke the windshield of his vehicle.
Being held hostage
In Greenville, a caller reported that she was being held hostage by another woman. She said she went to Greenville in June but the other woman was refusing to take her back home. The deputy said no kidnapping took place. Possibly a purse was stolen.
Don’t feed the dogs
In Portola, a caller said that his neighbor threw some things over the fence into his yard. One of the things was a bone for the dogs. A deputy was informed in case something happened to the dog.
Sitting around a tree
In Greenville, a caller reported that two men were seen sitting around a tree in a back parking lot for three or five days. No vehicle was around. The caller thought they went down to the creek at night. A deputy checked the area that night and then a deputy checked during the day and they were unable to locate anyone.
In Portola, a deputy received information from someone at the high school that several kids were caught breaking into the snack bar. The deputy reported that the coach caught them and got everything back. They were counseled. No charges were made.
In Greenville, a mother reported that her son was choking. As soon as she called dispatch the item became dislodged from the toddler’s throat. Dispatch could hear the toddler crying in the background.
In distress with baby in the vehicle
On Diamond Mountain, a caller reported they were out on a search and rescue call for a Westwood woman and her 3-month-old. They took the call about three hours earlier. She said that she ran out of gas and then her cell phone died. All of the Lassen units were involved and a CHP helicopter was flying the area. Eventually someone from Lassen located the pair in Lassen County and they were handling the issue.
Possibly broke the locks
In the Cromberg area, a caller received information that there was a suspicious white truck parked on her father’s property. He was in the hospital and no one was supposed to be there. The caller said the property is gated and that someone might have broken the locks to get there. A deputy said he contacted the son who was on the property. The deputy spoke to the son and was told there was a property dispute going on between the siblings. It was a civil matter and the deputy was going to call the reporting party.
In the Chester area, a caller reported a possible fire. The caller said she could see if from the rest area. Someone from SIFC thought it was steam from the mill.
Had been drinking
In Portola, CHP attempted to transfer a call from someone to dispatch. CHP reported that the caller had been drinking and there was no food in her house. Dispatch connected with the woman and confirmed had she was very intoxicated and that she was hungry. Someone else contacted the woman and she was intoxicated, but there was plenty of food in the house. Her roommate was going to make her a sandwich.
Dog in a pickup
In Quincy, a caller said he went for a walk and happened across a pickup with a dog sitting inside. It didn’t appear that anyone was around and the lights were off in the house. Dispatch gave the information to a sergeant. The sergeant was unable to find the dog or the pickup.
In Quincy, a caller reported that teens were having a party at the end of his street. There were a ton of cars present and the kids were being loud. He reported that some of them walked through his backyard playing music. Then they all went into a house and were quite, but he thought they would get loud again. A sergeant reported that it was a small gathering at a home and everything was quiet.
Mama bear and cubs spotted
In the Portola area, a caller said that a mama bear and several cubs were on the property at a business near the laundry room. She said they were there earlier and came back. A deputy was on a case and the information was passed to fish and wildlife. When a deputy checked, they said the area was clear.
On Lake Davis Road toward Portola, a caller said that someone in a strange truck was following him up the road. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Greenville, a caller said that a woman in a car was harassing her son and was trying to run over him. The information was transferred by CHP. The woman in the car said she was eating ice cream when the man approached her car. He was wearing a black mask. A deputy spoke to the woman who had a right to be where she was.
Thursday, Aug. 1
In Portola, a caller reported that her son was pushing her and that her husband was being rude. No weapons were in the house. A deputy gave the woman a ride to their home.
Is he asleep?
On Highway 70 eastbound before Maybe, a caller reported that a man in a Ford pickup was found slumped over the wheel. It was unknown if he was sleeping or if there was another problem. The information was transferred to CHP.
Going to a lot of trouble
At Lake Almanor near Rec 1, a caller reported that his father’s boat ran out of gas. He was half way between the point and the rec area. He was refusing assistance because he didn’t want help from a woman. So he chose to be towed by a canoe (rowed by a man?).
Vandalism in the jail
At the jail in Quincy, a corrections officer reported that an inmate broke out a window.
A caller reported finding a dog in the Walker Lake area. It had a collar but didn’t have a chip or other information. An animal control officer reported that she met the owner who was reunited with the dog.
They’re private property
At Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a large group of people tied up their watercrafts at the caller’s buoys. The boat patrol said the caller spoke to people with three boats and two jet skis and told them the buoys were private property. They moved on.
In Poplar Valley and the Sloat McRae Road near Cromberg, a caller reported that the driver of a purple logging truck was speeding. The information was transferred to CHP.
Trespassing dirt bike riders
On Frenchman Lake Road at Chilcoot, a caller said that some people riding dirt bikes were on his property. He asked to speak to a deputy. The reporting party told the deputy they were riding recklessly on his neighbors’ property. He asked for extra patrol checks.
Trespassed from business
In Chester, a deputy received information from a bar that an individual wanted a man trespassed from there. The deputy complied with the request.
In the Crescent Mills area, someone from Reno said a local man dumped a bunch of stuff, including a mattress, on his property. He wasn’t sure if the man was still on the property or if he was living there. The caller gave a possible local address. A deputy attempted to call and left a message. He then attempted to locate the address and couldn’t find it. It also wasn’t on the map. The deputy closed the case until the reporting party could be contacted.
Booted from the ranch house
In Chester, a caller requested that a man be trespassed from the ranch house. A deputy attempted to contact the suspect at his home, but was then able to trespass him a little later. He needed to prove that he was partial owner of the building.
Hoarding situation reported
In the Greenville area, a caller requested a welfare check on a woman. She was supposed to be evicted due to a hoarding situation and unsanitary living conditions. The woman lives at the residence with her son. A deputy spoke to the reporting party and said that the woman was being evicted. The reporting party said she would call back the following day if the woman hadn’t left.
On the Beckwourth to Genesee Road, a caller said he was involved in a motorcycle accident. It slid off the side of the road. He said he was okay and was back home. He wanted to report it so that someone knew the motorcycle was out there. He was planning to get it the next day. The information was transferred to CHP and USFS.
Please keep watch
In Greenville, a caller requested extra patrol checks at the American Legion Hall. They were having a yard sale the following day and had things outside. The information was given to a deputy. The reporting party called again and said they were leaving things out for another night.
Playing golf with a goose
In Graeagle, a caller said that her house is right on the golf course and she watched three men who were playing golf carrying a goose around. She thought they’d hit it with a golf ball. It was near the first hole and then they were at the second. Then she said they no longer had the goose and was concerned that it was injured. She described the men and said they were sharing one bag. A deputy said they were gone and there was no news of the goose.
Racing around Chandler
In the Quincy area, a caller reported that several motorcycles were racing up and down Chandler Road, over Indian Hill and along Barlow Road. They were also driving behind residences. The information was transferred to CHP.
Lasered at work
In Portola, a caller said that someone at her work in the library pointed a laser at her. She said it was pointed at her eyes and she thought it was possible done by a juvenile.
In Quincy, a caller said someone fell off a bike in the middle of the street. He was bleeding and was still in the middle of the road. The call was transferred to REMSA. PDH and Quincy Fire responded.
Let’s make a deal
In Quincy, a caller said that her son had her work computer. He was at another location and was trying to make a deal with her so that she could get it returned. She said there was a theft report on it in Reno because it was a Tesla computer. The reporting party called back and said her son left with his dad and went to a karaoke bar in Reno. A sergeant said they were assisting Reno Police with the theft case.
Mountain lion in the driveway
In Quincy, a caller said there was a mountain lion in her driveway and that it was growling at her and then hung up. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife to handle.
In Portola, a deputy reported a woman said her son was being incorrigible. He was at a friend’s house and wouldn’t go home. A deputy went and got him and counseled him. The deputy said he was going to contact child protective services. The information was also sent to the district attorney.
Wednesday, July 31
In Portola, a caller reported that a man was threatening his wife. The information was transferred to CHP for backup. A deputy reported that the man left the area, but they would continue to look for him.
At the North Shore Campground near Chester, a caller reported having an issue with a former employee. The man was terminated last Saturday, but he kept calling and texting. A deputy contacted the reporting party and the former employee was given a no trespass warning.
Rock and roll
At the skate park in Quincy, a caller said the music was too loud. A deputy checked, but no one was around.
On Highway 70 eastbound at Lee Summit, a caller reported that the driver of a Prius was passing on the double yellow lines. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller said that someone hacked into her computer. She could see them typing things right then. The caller was advised to call a computer repairperson.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that his neighbor dumped debris on his property. A deputy continued to attempt to contact the suspect.
In Portola, a caller reported that someone attempted to break in to his residence that afternoon. The suspect left. No crime actually occurred, but extra patrol checks were put in place.
Caught in the act
In Portola, a caller reported catching a juvenile in the act of attempting to steal from a business. The juvenile then caused a disturbance. The parties were separated.
In Portola, a caller reported that a child tried to shoplift something from her store. The merchandise was outside. The reporting party said she ran after him and he dropped the item. From the description and first name, it sounded like the same juvenile who attempted shoplifting at a different business in the same area.
Provided a ride
At the Massack Rest area near Quincy, a deputy reported providing a ride to a man to Portola.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that someone stole a package from her front porch.
At Sheep Trough at Lake Davis, a caller said she was trying to go to the Beckwourth Genesee Road when her car got stuck. She was on USFS 28N01 and turned off at a sign to Antelope Dam. That’s when she got stuck. She didn’t have good cell coverage in the area. She said she didn’t have any water, but had beer. She also didn’t have any food. It was learned that she was 4.5 miles southeast of Milford. She was eventually located and someone was able to get her car out.
In Portola, a caller said that two men threw rocks at her daughter’s window. They were then at a business fighting. It sounded like beer bottles were being used. CHP was responding. No one wanted to prosecute the father and son team.
On First Avenue and Moody Meadow in Chester, a caller reported a vegetation fire. The information was transferred to SIFC and a deputy. A deputy and the fire department were unable to locate a fire.