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 Aug. 7 to Aug. 13.
BY THE NUMBERS
61 calls to the CHP
49 calls for medical help
35 requests for assistance
29 calls to 911
23 requests for the fire departments
21 suspicious circumstances reports
20 animal control reports
19 calls of a civil nature
17 disturbances reported
14 arrests made
13 reports to SIFC
12 boating reports
11 thefts reported
10 reports of harassment
9 probation related reports
8 reports of assisting other agencies
8 requests to be on the lookout (BOLO)
7 reports to the USFS
7 reports involving intoxication
7 mental health reports
7 alarms reported
7 reports of trespassing
6 reports involving children
6 incidents with weapons reported
6 requests for welfare checks
5 reports to the district attorney
4 reports to child protective services
4 citations reported
3 reports of vandalism
3 traffic-related incidents
3 reports to fish and wildlife
3 reports involving the Alternative Sentencing Program
3 domestic violence related reports
3 search and rescue involved reports
3 sex-related reports
3 assaults reported
3 deaths reported
3 cases involving juveniles
3 referrals to victim witness
3 trash-related reports
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 intoxication and assault. A caller reported that a man was causing problems. He was yelling and pushing and it was turning physical. The reporting party said others had him down detained.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his post release supervision.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with probation violation, willful disobedience and vandalism.
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 someone was racing a quad down the street. The information was transferred to CHP. A second 911 caller reported that the driver was going really fast up and down the street. A deputy was unable to locate the person.
CHP reported the arrest of two people. One man was charged with driving under the influence. Another man was charged with being intoxicated. On Highway 70 near Keddie, a caller reported a single vehicle incident. The information was transferred to CHP. Plumas District Hospital and Quincy Fire were notified as a precaution. A deputy reported that one of the men sustained a head injury. REMSA was notified and contacted Careflight. The man was transported to Renown in Reno. A yellow lab was ejected during the crash. CHP was unable to locate it.
On Little Grass Valley Road, a deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with burglary. A caller said that she had a camera at her residence and could see a car and the driver in her driveway. The man came out of the house with a flashlight. The information was transferred to Yuba County law enforcement to assist. A deputy was en route from Quincy.
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 a car rollover on County Road A15 south of the S turn. Everyone was out of the car and moving and talking. The information was transferred to CHP. Medical was requested as a precaution. Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire responded.
Probation authorized the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation and burglary. A caller reported that a man was trespassing and stealing food from the dining hall at Oakland Camp. He was thought to be in one of the tents. Then the reporting party said he walked away holding a brown bag. The camp truck was following him. He was found to be squatting and poured powdered bleach on the area.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of ammunition by a felon, taking ammunition in a vehicle onto school grounds and willful disobedience. A caller reported that a man was on the baseball field behaving strangely. When the reporting party asked him to leave the man threatened to shoot him. The caller didn’t see any weapons.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with battery. A caller said she received a call from her granddaughter who said that her boyfriend beat her up and then the line disconnected. A deputy notified victim witness and the information was transferred to the district attorney. The woman was charged with two local warrants.
CHP reported the arrest of a man on Highway 49 charged with driving under the influence.
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.
Tuesday, Aug. 13
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that her neighbors have their sprinkler on too high and that it’s going into her bedroom window. She didn’t want to shut the window. A deputy reported that the neighbor would be more careful about where she places the sprinkler.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that her ex stole her dog. A deputy advised her of the civil procedures.
There’s a bear about
In Delleker, a caller wanted to contact fish and wildlife because a bear was getting into the trashcans.
Speeding truck reported
In the Cromberg area on Highway 70 someone reported that a purple logging truck was speeding. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Highway 89 near Highway 147 at Canyon Dam, a caller requested medical for a man who stopped breathing. They were in a large RV at the side of the road. The information was transferred to SIFC, PHI and CHP. A helicopter was requested.
Suspicious man reported
In Quincy, a man reported that a suspicious person was loitering at Pioneer Park and might have a firearm. Another man reported finding what he thought was stolen property that the same man left at the park. A deputy contacted both parties. It was reported that altercations were witnessed at the park with the same suspect.
Ran off the road
In the Spring Garden area, a caller reported that a worker in the area drove him off the road and into a ditch. The man was driving a water truck. Another caller reported that a man chased down her boyfriend on a dirt bike. She said the man (who called first) grabbed her boyfriend by the shirt and yelled at him. A deputy spoke to both parties. The man who supposedly forced the first man off the roadway had a broken toe but the deputy thought it was accidental. CHP spoke to the first man and believed it was an ongoing issue and that it was a case of assault and would send an officer to the emergency room.
In Chester, a caller reported that someone stole her keys from her residence. Dispatch thought the woman had been drinking and didn’t make much sense. A deputy was unable to reach her.
Monday, Aug. 12
On the Pacific Crest Trail near Domingo Spring Campground, the Office of Emergency Services reported receiving notice of a man with a broken ankle. A party of four hikers were on the Old Red Bluff Road about a half-mile from a campground. Search and rescue was paged and the information went to a sergeant. SIFC was requesting a CHP helicopter.
Spinning in circles
In Portola, a caller reported seeing a white truck with no driver spinning in circles in front of a store. It almost hit a few other vehicles. A second call came in about a white truck spinning donuts in a parking lot. That caller said there was a male driver. CHP said the driver was no longer going in circles.
A caller in Portola reported the theft of a handgun. He noticed it missing when he moved.
All about a cat
In Meadow Valley, a caller requested a civil standby to pick up her cat. She said the people at the house were refusing to give it to her. The deputy was waiting for a woman to return his call. The woman called and said the cat got out of her house in Lassen County and she was trying to find it. It was going to be returned to the original owner. The deputy explained civil procedures.
In Beckwourth, a caller reported the theft of a satellite phone from a vehicle that was locked inside a storage unit.
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone vandalized his airport hanger.
Going too fast
On Bucks Lake, a caller reported that a male was riding his jet ski at high rates of speed in a cove. No boat patrol was on the lake.
Finding women’s clothing
Near Chester at Stover Mountain, a caller reported finding a pile of women’s clothing off the Stover Mountain Road on a logging road. The clothing was found behind a tree. A deputy said it was illegal dumping on USFS land. The information was transferred to SIFC and USFS.
Trying to hide
In Chester, a caller said that a man came out of the neighbor’s house and then tried to hide behind some bushes. The caller said no one should be there. The man then left on foot. A deputy was unable to contact the owners. He said it didn’t look like anyone was inside the home.
At Grasshopper Flats at Lake Davis, a caller reported that a vehicle was vandalized about two weeks earlier.
Yard items stolen
In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that someone stole multiple items from their yard. A deputy said nothing was stolen and gave the caller instructions for civil procedures.
Round Valley Lake incident
Near Greenville, someone reported that a pickup was stolen from her. It was reported that the daughter and a victim were seen by a picnic area. CHP was requesting that a deputy respond because their unit was in Quincy. CHP reported that USFS saw the vehicle traveling southbound from Greenville fire station to Crescent Mills at a high rate of speed. A description of the woman was given out and what she was wearing. It appeared that she was homeless. The vehicle was located by Wolf Creek at the railroad tracks. It was unoccupied and the keys were in it.
Motorcycle incident reported
In the PDH emergency room, a caller reported that the victim of a motorcycle accident was there. The information was transferred to CHP.
Intoxicated driver reported
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone under the influence just left a location possibly traveling to Highway 70. CHP said the individual was possibly en route to the Cascade Trail. The individual was traveling southbound and was extremely intoxicated. A deputy was also looking for the individual. The deputy contacted the victim who was okay. She had been fishing earlier.
Only paid half the bill
In Lake Almanor, a caller reported that two elderly women went into a restaurant and then only paid for part of their feed. They left in a truck. A deputy was investigating the situation as theft.
Toddler crawled out a window
In Quincy, a caller reported she saw a man running down the street. He said his child crawled out a window about 10 minutes earlier. A deputy was unable to find anyone in need of assistance.
Strong smell reported
In Chester, a caller reported that there are two vacant houses on a street that have a strong smell coming from somewhere around them. It smelled like a rotting dead animal. A deputy reported that it looked like squatters were living in one of the houses and the smell was coming from their trash. The deputy was going to contact the homeowner and advise them of the situation.
At the Big Cove boat ramp at Lake Almanor, a caller reported that someone was setting off illegal fireworks. A large group of people was there. A deputy was unable to find any fireworks.
Sunday, Aug. 11
Fire alarm at the firehouse reported
In Portola, a caller said it sounded like a fire alarm was going off somewhere in town. Several calls to 911 were reported. It was a high-pitched alarm. It was reported that the south side Portola fire hall’s alarm was going off. Someone was being sent to shut if off.
Tracing the origins of a cord
Near Greenville, a caller reported seeing an extension cord that was running from a woman’s house to another house. The reporting party thought the person was using electricity without the other’s permission. A sergeant said the lights in the house were off and he didn’t see a cord.
In the Greenville area, a caller reported finding the locks cut that lead to the water treatment plant for Indian Valley Community Services District. It turned out that the lock that was cut belonged to someone else and the property was being prepared for logging.
Where’s the owner?
On Lake Almanor, a caller reported finding a Seadoo dock on the lake. A last name is on the dock. The owner’s neighbor was contacted.
At the Kings Creek Trailhead and Highway 89, a caller requested assistance for her husband who was having trouble with his motorcycle. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller said that another person just hit him and left. No medical was needed. No weapons were involved. The victim was non desirous of pressing charges.
Long way around
In Downieville, a deputy reporting contacting a woman who said she was the victim of domestic violence in Washoe County. She had reported the incident there. Then she came to a substation in Plumas County requesting gas money. A deputy put her in contact with Plumas Rural Services and notified victim witness.
In Portola, a deputy received a report about an ongoing dispute between two men. They were having problems earlier and then one man sent the other one threatening text messages. A deputy provided one man with the proper information to get a temporary restraining order. The deputy was going to attempt to locate the other man to counsel him.
Where to buy meth?
In Greenville, a caller said that a man just arrived at his house and wanted to know where he could buy some methamphetamines. He was last seen driving toward town. Then the man called back and said he just saw the man’s car going toward Chester. A sergeant was unable to locate the vehicle on Highway 89.
In Greenville, a caller reported that a possible murder happened. The caller said he hadn’t heard from a Chico resident for over a week. He said he thought another man was using the victim’s phone. A deputy learned that the woman was fine and that the reporting party was causing problems.
Person hit, car moves on
In Portola, a caller reported that a car just hit a person and left the scene. Eastern Plumas Fire and Eastern Plumas Health Care were notified.
Someone’s being fussy again
In Portola, CHP transferred a 911 call. The caller requested assistance because she had no way to get food and was starving. The caller had been drinking. It was known that she had food in the house it just wasn’t anything she wanted to eat. A deputy said she was going to walk to the store the next morning to get something she wanted to eat before she started drinking alcohol again.
Incident at Turkey Point
At Frenchman Lake and Turkey Point, a caller said he was calling from the Big Cover campground to report a vehicle accident. It occurred on the east side of the lake. The vehicle rolled off the roadway. The people then drove it to the campground. No medical was needed. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported hearing multiple gunshots. A deputy said the sound was coming from a construction site.
In Portola, a caller said that a woman was heard yelling, “Let me in!” A sergeant requested that CHP respond. The reporting party called back and said the woman was yelling even louder. CHP reported that it was quiet when they arrived.
At West Shore Lake Almanor, a businessperson reported that a couple appeared to be having problems. It appeared that they had been drinking. The caller didn’t see any weapons. They were in a campground between a store and the restaurant. A deputy said they were playing cards and agreed to keep the peace.
Saturday, Aug. 10
Reckless driver reported
Westbound on Highway 70 at the Dotta-Guidici Road near Chilcoot a caller said that a gold-colored car with three people in the front seat was swerving all over the road. The information was transferred to CHP.
Popping sound heard
In Chester, a caller said he heard people arguing and then heard a pop. Two or three people were possibly involved. The information was transferred to CHP. The reporting party called again and said that a man had a fat lip. A deputy contacted both parties who said they were arguing. No gunshots were reported and they agreed to keep the peace.
Abandoned vehicle noted
On La Porte Road 4.3 miles from Highway 70, a caller said that a vehicle was just off the roadway. It appeared abandoned after an accident.
At Bucks Lake, a caller requested a welfare check on a group of three adults and four kids who were supposed to have arrived at a campground there the previous night. The caller didn’t know which campground. The caller also didn’t know which vehicle the man took or which way he was going. The caller received the information from a family friend. They could be at a campground under one of three last names. Someone at Haskins Campground said everyone was accounted for.
Sleeping bags stolen
In Clio, a caller said that a woman stole some sleeping bags. The caller also reported that someone was driving under the influence with five children in a Chevy. It was last seen on Highway 89 en route to Oakland. The information was transferred to CHP. The caller decided not to bother about the sleeping bags.
More harassment going on
In Portola, a woman reported that another woman whom she reported earlier was at her residence harassing her. She said it was an ongoing issue. The other woman said she was in the roadway when a woman came out of a house and pulled a firearm on her and told her to get off the property. The firearm was described as an older shotgun, larger than a pistol.
Vehicle reported stolen
In Quincy, a caller reported that a new Jeep was stolen during the night. The information was transferred to CHP.
Man acting strange
In Quincy, a caller asked that a man be trespassed off his property. The caller said he had been there multiple times and was acting strange. The deputy was unable to find the man.
Cell phone stolen
In Greenville, a caller reported that someone stole a cell phone and a hard drive. A deputy said it wasn’t stolen.
On Frenchman Lake, it was reported that the boat patrol assisted two kayakers.
Stuck for four days
On Poplar Valley Road in the Graeagle area, a caller reported that her husband had been stuck there for four days. His pickup went off the road and he couldn’t get it out. He had camping gear and food but might have run out of food. The information was transferred to CHP who checked the area and couldn’t find him on Poplar Valley Road up to Sloat McRae Road and then 2.2 miles up 23N10 USFS road. It was learned he was on the Sloat McRae Road in a Ford F250. A deputy made contact with the man 8 miles southeast on the Sloat McRae Road at 23N08 Road. The man was unstuck and was free to leave, he was just choosing to camp more.
Reported dead or napping
On Hemlock Drive near Portola, a caller reported seeing a man in a vehicle at 8:30 a.m. on the Beckwourth Peak Road. The man appeared to be dead or napping. Medical was staged. The man was okay. He was just sleeping.
In a meadow behind Lassen Street in Chester, a caller reported that she saw a lightning strike and was concerned about the fire danger. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Be on the lookout
In Greenville, a caller said she picked up an unaltered male chocolate lab near a store. The dog then got out of her car on Williams Valley Road. The caller wanted a deputy to BOLO for the dog in case the owner called. The information was transferred to animal control.
Reckless or drunk driver spotted
CHP reported a reckless or intoxicated driver in a Suburban weaving all over the roadway traveling westbound on Highway 36 from the east end of Chester. CHP asked that a deputy BOLO for it. The deputy was unable to locate it.
Young child and woman missing
On Warner Valley Road near Chester, a caller said her young son and a young woman left to go on a hike about an hour earlier. They started at the Lassen Volcanic National Park Trail near their cabin on the Chester Warner Valley Road. The caller was unfamiliar with the area and was calling from a few miles down the road. She asked that a deputy meet with her. She said the young woman had a medical problem and didn’t know what her cell number was. Four people were looking for them. They had no food or water with them. A deputy and a sergeant were notified. The information went to SIFC and to Shasta County. SIFC passed the info along to the national parked and their law enforcement. Search and rescue was cancelled. The two were back at the residence.
Checking out the equipment
At the Rush Creek Bridge, a caller said he could see a man with a flashlight looking around the equipment. CHP was contacted to see if they had someone in the Feather River Canyon. CHP was in the Belden area. They were unable to find anyone. They looked further and found someone at a residence who said he was out looking for his cousin who came home.
In Graeagle, a caller said that two people were harassing her by phone. She blocked them, but they were reaching out by Instagram. She was concerned for her safety.
Man acting strange
In Quincy, it was reported that a man was behind the bar making strange comments and acting strange. A sergeant contacted the man who was sober and gave him a trespass warning.
Friday, Aug. 9
Forced her way inside
In Chester, a caller said he was woken by a woman banging on his neighbor’s door at 5 a.m. The neighbor then called and reported that the woman forced her way into his residence and broke the restraining order he has against her. She was no longer there. She was going to the doctor. A deputy attempted to contact the victim several times and left a message.
Medical needed immediately
In Quincy at the lumber mill, a caller reported that a log fell on a man. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged. Careflight took the man to Renown in Reno.
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Near Greenville, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about PG&E trespassing on his property. A deputy discussed civil procedures with the man. The caller said he would contact PG&E also.
Is it dust or smoke?
In Quincy, a caller reported there might be a fire in a field near the mills. She thought she could see white smoke, but her husband said it was just dust. He was going to drive over and see. The reporting party called back and said it was just from one of the ranches.
She won’t get out of the car
In Greenville, it was reported that a man said that a woman was in his car and she was refusing to leave. She was sitting in front of the Greenville sheriff’s sub station. While he was on the phone she got out. He didn’t need anything further. A deputy checked the area and couldn’t find either person.
Stranded at Belden
A caller reported that she was stranded in Belden. She said she was told by a CHP officer to call the sheriff’s department for a deputy who would take her to Quincy. A sergeant said no one was available to get her.
At the Butt Valley Reservoir, someone with the boat patrol reported seeing two black dogs at the launch ramp. They had been there for about four hours and thought someone had left them. The dogs were skittish and no one could catch them. They had tags on them and the camp host said he would keep an eye on them.
Man wanted on warrants
In Portola, it was reported that a man was wanted on two warrants. CHP was going to stay on scene with social services. The information was passed on to a sergeant. Child protective services reported that they were requested on a civil standby while the individual was served. The man had two felony warrants out of Santa Barbara. Someone from that county was going to pick him up.
In Quincy, a caller said that a woman was harassing her by text messaging. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. A sergeant tried to call the reporting party twice and was unable to leave a message.
In Quincy, it was reported that a gray mountain bike was stolen off a porch during the night.
Break-in attempt reported
In Quincy, it was reported that someone was trying to break into his brother’s shop off Lawrence Street. There was a camper that was parked behind a cabin that was actually on the property in question. The man said he had permission to go into the shop. A woman said that the man came out and then went into the motorhome/camper. A sergeant said that it appeared to be suspicious.
Too windy for boating
At Lake Almanor, a caller said he was having a problem with his boat in the wind. He was near Big Cove and Hamilton Branch. He was able to restart it and he thought he could get it back to Big Cove.
In Quincy, a caller reported that a firearm was on the dash inside a motorhome. The motorhome was open and accessible. A woman said that a man came out and saw her taking photos of the firearm and was causing problems. She left and called 911. She couldn’t see him anymore. A sergeant contacted the man through a window but he refused to come out of the house. He ranted and rambled about nonsense. Someone else said it was a nonfunctional pistol.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that his ex girlfriend took money from his bank account. A deputy said it was a civil issue since he opened the account with her name on it. The proper civil procedures were explained.
Truck window broken
In the Lake Almanor West area, a caller reported that the window to his truck was broken. The only thing missing was the garage door opener. When he got home the garage door was open. A deputy contacted the Chico Police Department to have them do extra patrol checks at a Chico address.
Assisting with kidnapping case
From Reno to Portola, a detective from the Reno Police Department reported having information about a kidnapping suspect and victim. They were possibly en route to Portola. It was thought they were going there to live with his mother in a fifth-wheel trailer. An email was forwarded to the patrol, CHP and USFS. In early July an 80-year-old woman was abducted from a senior care facility in Reno by her son. She was under guardianship by other family members. The man was in the company of another man and they were driving a SUV. He called the care facility and told them he was taking her to California. The Reno PD had a warrant for the man’s arrest. Deputies were unable to find the suspect or any vehicles he might have been driving.
Video of a violent crime
In Quincy, a caller reported that he had a video of a deputy committing a violent crime. He refused to provide additional information and demanded to speak to CHP. He also said that the feds were coming. The phone number returned to someone well known to the sheriff’s department. Reno Police Department called and said that the same man called and wanted a welfare check on his children in Reno. He also told the RPD that an officer in Quincy shot someone. The information was passed on about the court order and the information was given to the suspect’s wife. A sergeant said the man was off his medication and hallucinating. He was saying he was going to report the department and sue the county.
Vehicle flipped off the bridge
On the Oakland Camp Road and the Spanish Ridge Trailhead, a caller said she came across a vehicle that had flipped off the bridge. The vehicle was in the creek. The occupant was out and said he wasn’t injured. The information was transferred to CHP. The information on the fuel spill was given to Environmental Health and the road department to replace the reflector on the bridge. No HAZMAT was necessary. CHP estimated that about 12 gallons of fuel was spilling into Spanish Creek. Quincy Fire was paged and then cancelled. CHP reported the incident to the Office of Emergency Services. The vehicle was removed from the creek and EH was on scene.
Near Quincy on La Porte Road, a caller reported that two power saws and two firearms were stolen from inside his house. He was in town because he didn’t have cell phone service.
Thursday, Aug. 8
In Portola a woman received a citation and was charged with county animal control violations.
Structure fire reported
In Portola, a caller reported a structure fire. The roof was on fire and the caller didn’t think anyone was inside. Two dogs were locked inside. There was no word if the dogs were let out.
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone broke into her mom’s house. The TV and other things were missing. She said the back window was open.
Dog bite reported
In Quincy, someone at PDH reported treating the victim of a dog bite. The owner of the dog was known and would keep it quarantined at home for 10 days.
Boat got stranded
In Lake Almanor, a caller reported that his boat got stranded. He wasn’t sure where he was other than west of Rocky Point Campground. The information was transferred to the boat patrol.
Near the FRC cattle pens, a caller reported that a fire started to the northwest of her location. She didn’t know what was on fire. The driveway was off Bucks Lake Road. Quincy Fire responded. The information was given to USFS. They reported that is was a 20- by 20-foot area behind the softball field. The USFS said their resources were knocking it down.
At the West Shore of Lake Almanor, a caller reported that his wife just had gasoline poured all over her. The information was transferred to SIFC. The patient was flown out.
Small cars reported racing
Westbound on Highway 70 from Twain, a caller reported that two small cars were racing down Feather River Canyon. The information was transferred to CHP.
Truck windows broken out
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said she just got home and all of the windows in her truck were broken out. She wasn’t sure if anyone was in the residence. The information was given to a deputy. The reporting party called back and said she reviewed her video and the suspect stole the camera. She was also carrying a lighter and a propane canister was in her purse. The caller thought the other person was going to set the house on fire. They asked to speak to a deputy.
Zipping around the lake
In Bucks Lake someone called from Bucks Lake Campground and reported that two juveniles on a Skidoo were zipping around the area and being rude. The reporting party said that one of his employees did talk to them and they said they were staying at Haskins. The reporting party requested that someone from the boat patrol counsel them.
Threats made over text message
In Quincy, a caller said that a woman was threatening to kill her via text message. A deputy advised the caller about proper temporary restraining orders. The other party was counseled.
In Quincy, a caller reported that she was at a store and had to grab a little brown dog from the middle of the highway. The dog was taken to animal control. The owner was cited and charged with a county animal code violation.
Squatter taking water and power
In Quincy, a property contractor said there was a squatter on some property. The squatter was in a camper trailer and was taking water and electric from the residence. The camper was on blocks. Someone spoke to a man there and they were awaiting a deputy. There was a miscommunication between the contractor and the reporting party. No one was living in the trailer. It was being used for work.
Dog owner cited
In Cromberg, animal control reported that a woman was cited for a county animal code violation. Her two dogs were loose on the highway and taken to the sheriff’s office before going to animal control.
In Portola, a deputy learned that two women were driving by someone’s house cursing at her.
Wednesday, Aug. 7
In Greenville, a caller said her husband saw her wreck her vehicle and left the scene. She didn’t need medical help. She got into her vehicle and went home, but her husband had left. The call was transferred to CHP. The caller said that her husband should have been home earlier to take her to the hospital because her ribs hurt. He was driving a pick up and coming from Quincy. The information was transferred to CHP to BOLO. The caller remained on the line after the transferred. She called a third time and said that her husband was missing. She called yet again and said she received a video of him tied up. She was hysterical and hard to understand and then hung up. She called again later and said that a woman was sending her death threats. She said she was going to that woman’s house to find her husband. She was told to stay home and wait for a deputy to arrive. Two deputies arrived and there was no answer. A deputy said the caller was confused and would be monitored by her son. Her husband was at work and was fine.
In Portola, a caller said he was just in a physical fight with his boss. A deputy said it was mutual and neither wanted to prosecute.
Truck in the middle of the road
In Portola, a caller reported that a pickup was parked partially in the middle of the road and a man was lying in the front seat. The caller said he saw the pickup at about 8:30 and then saw it again about 10 a.m. The man was in the same position. A deputy said he was just sleeping.
Living conditions a concern
In Greenville, a caller requested medical help for a fall victim. The information was transferred to PHI, Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire. A deputy was requested because of the living conditions the individual was living in. A sergeant spoke to social services about it.
On Highway 70 at Golden Eagle Drive, a caller said that someone hit a deer and that it was in the roadway. A male deer was in the area and charged the caller because it was being projective. The information was transferred to CHP.
Deer in distress
In Greenville, a sergeant received a report of a deer in distress and it had something around its heel. It was seen on Church Street and was moving. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife. A deputy reported that a deer and a dog went behind the community center. Then a sergeant said the deer left town.
In Quincy, a reporting party said that a woman was harassing him in a store. A deputy contacted the caller and learned that it was verbal. The woman had left the store. The deputy was BOLOing for her. The deputy found her and counseled the woman who agreed to keep the peace.
Issues at skate park
In Quincy, a caller requested that someone patrol the stake park. She said her son was having issues there and she wanted some advice. Extra patrol checks were requested.
Something strange to drink
In Quincy, a caller said that some customers dropped off a few cups with a strange substance inside. It was unknown who the customers were and that they were no longer there. The caller was unsure what to do with the stuff.
Just watering the flowers
In Quincy, a caller said she could smell smoke and the walls felt hot. Quincy Fire was paged. The reporting party called back and said that she thought it was from putting water in a flowerpot but was unsure that would cause the problem. It was learned that a small planter box caught fire and it was put out.