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. 14 to Aug. 20.
BY THE NUMBERS
61 requests for medical assistance
45 reports to CHP
42 requests for assistance
40 reports requesting assistance from a fire department
39 calls to 911
34 reports of disturbances
21 reports of suspicious occurrences
17 reports to animal control
17 arrests reported
16 civil reports
10 boating reports
9 citations reported
9 reports to SIFC
8 wrecks reported
8 reports involving juveniles
8 reports of trespassing
8 thefts reported
8 reports to victim witness
8 reports of vandalism
7 weapons reports
7 traffic reports
7 property related reports
6 reports of harassment
6 extra patrol checks
5 welfare reports
5 reports for mental health
5 sex-related reports
4 reports to the USFS
4 assaults reported
4 domestic violence reports
4 reports involving children
3 reports of assisting other agencies
3 reported about trash
3 reports to fish and wildlife
3 reports of assisting the Alternative Sentencing Program
A deputy reported that a man was arrested and charged with violating probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation. A caller reported that the man wouldn’t let her have the sugar and knocked her down. Then she put her cigar out on his finger as she was falling and grabbed his shirt and ripped it.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with burglary, assault with a deadly weapon and vandalism. A caller reported that a man broke into a residence and was still there. The reporting party said that her boyfriend was holding the suspect with a pole as a weapon. A deputy requested medical aid and Long Valley Fire and Plumas District Hospital responded.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation, violating a registration agreement and possession of methamphetamines with the intent to sell.
A sergeant reported the arrest of a man charged with false imprisonment and battery. A sergeant reported being with the victim of an assault at the Greenville sub station. The victim walked in. The victim was taken to PDH.
A deputy reported the arrests of a man and a woman and one individual. The man was charged with possession of methamphetamines, possession of drug paraphernalia and violating probation. The woman was charged with possession of a controlled substance and probation violation. The individual who was charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance and probation violation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation. A caller reported a disturbance at a business. A man was pushing a woman. The deputy contacted victim witness.
On Highway 70 and Chandler Road West near Quincy, CHP reported the arrest of a woman charged with being intoxicated.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with probation violation. A caller reported that a man stole some things and then walked off.
A sergeant reported the arrest of a man charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance and domestic battery. A caller said that someone knocked on her door saying her boyfriend was going to kill her. The person didn’t say where she lived and was still at the residence. The reporting party was unsure of the address where she was calling from because she was house sitting. She called back with an address. Quincy Fire and PDH were requested.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with domestic battery, false imprisonment, assault with a deadly weapon or implement, and threatening someone with an action that could result in great injury or death.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation, vandalism and being in a situation that could produce great bodily harm or death. A caller reported that a man was causing physical problems at a residence. Four adults and two children were there. No weapons were reported. No medical was necessary. The suspect was attempting to leave in a hatchback. Then someone reported that a disturbance was possibly occurring in the Greenhorn area. The vehicle had a woman and a child in it. The man wasn’t there. The information was transferred to CHP. A caller reported that the suspect jumped in front of his vehicle and they struck his hand. A deputy requested medical for the man. PDH and Greenhorn and Long Valley Fire responded.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller reported that a man was lying on the ground and acting strange.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of methamphetamines and carrying a concealed dirk or dagger.
Tuesday, Aug. 20
Woman in labor
At the Sierraville Fire Station, a caller requested a second EMT for a woman in active labor. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care. It was confirmed that Sierra County had fire personnel responding.
In Portola, a deputy attempted to contact a reporting party. The caller reported that a fire that occurred a few months earlier was arson.
At Lone Rock Campground at Antelope Lake, a caller reported that someone stole eight fishing reels Saturday night.
In the Blairsden area, a caller reported losing $600 to a scam.
Traffic hazard reported
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller reported that a utility company was causing a traffic hazard on the side of Highway 147. The information was transferred to CHP.
Possible grave discovered
Near the Rock Lake Trail in the Graeagle area, a caller reported that he thought he found a gravesite in the Lakes Basin area. A deputy said the individual reported locating a 6-foot pile of rocks with three large rocks on each side of a large flat headstone. No writing or markings were found. A sergeant said they would handle it when the department was better staffed. A deputy said the reporting party requested that a deputy contact him. He would guide someone to the location if needed.
Near Keddie, a deputy reported citing a woman who was charged with Plumas County animal code violations.
Possible DUI reported
On Highway 70 at the Caribou Crossroads in the Feather River Canyon, a caller reported that the driver of a pickup was possibly driving under the influence. The person left Belden earlier and was at Caribou Crossroad. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported that he thought two people vandalized his vehicle.
Domestic violence reported
In Belden, a deputy reported investigating a report of a domestic violence incident that occurred last year. A deputy contacted the reporting party and the witnesses. He was going to contact the Crescent City Police Department to follow up. Information was transferred to the district attorney and victim witness.
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that someone left yard debris on or near a street. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Highway 89 and Arlington Road, USFS requested that animal control respond and help a horse that was caught in a fence. The horse was freed.
At the West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller reported vandalism occurred to the golf course property. A deputy said it was suspicious.
Doesn’t want him around
In Portola, a caller said a man was protesting in an office at the resource center. The caller wanted the person trespassed. The reporting party called back and said the man was leaving, then not leaving. A deputy said the man was trespassed from the property.
In Quincy, a deputy reported that a squatter was behind a business. The owners requested that the person be contacted and trespassed from the area. A sergeant was unable to locate the person.
Slicing on a sour note
In Greenville, a caller requested medical because she sliced her finger on a mandolin (food slicer). The information was transferred to PHI, Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire departments. The patient was transported by private vehicle.
Weapons reported stolen
In Quincy, a caller reported that two firearms were stolen from her residence. She knew who took them.
In Quincy, a caller reported that she was receiving harassing messages from a woman. The woman was also harassing the caller’s mother. The caller was told about how to get a temporary restraining order.
Assault and leave
Near Chester, a report was received of an assault at a guest ranch. The victim was being transported to Seneca hospital. The suspect was still on scene. A ranger was en route. A deputy was en route from Hamilton Branch. The information was given to SIFC to stage for medical. Then it was reported that the people left the scene and that the rangers would follow up the next day.
Monday, Aug. 19
In Quincy, a 911 call was transferred from CHP. A caller was reporting an assault and then the call was disconnected. There was no answer when dispatch attempted to reconnect. CHP reported that the caller said the assault just occurred. No injuries were reported. A deputy contacted the people who didn’t want to press charges. They agreed to keep the peace.
Strange vehicle parked
In Portola, a businessperson reported that a suspicious vehicle was parked in a parking lot for several days. A deputy contacted a man who said he was fine and waiting for a tow.
Can’t hunt that dog
In the Quincy area, a caller reported that he saw a vehicle with hunting dogs in it. He didn’t think it was legal to hunt with dogs. He was given the number for fish and wildlife.
In Belden, a caller reported that a rental vehicle was parked there and that someone had slashed two of the tires.
Hole in one?
In Graeagle, a caller reported a loose dog on one of the local golf courses. The information was transferred to animal control.
In Portola, a caller reported that two women followed her home. They have been harassing her. A deputy contacted the caller and explained how to get a temporary restraining order. One of the women was contacted and she agreed to leave the victim alone.
In Quincy, a caller said her home was egged during the night.
Cameras were added
In Delleker, a caller reported a landlord and tenant issue. A deputy contacted the reporting party. She thought her landlord installed cameras in her house but she didn’t know where they were hidden.
In Belden, a caller reported the theft and destruction of personal items. The individual said the suspect lived in a camper there. A deputy contacted the man and said no crime occurred. Several attempts were made to locate and contact the person. Civil procedures were given to the victim.
Illegal dumping reported
In Beckwourth, a caller reported that a Reno resident was dumping illegally.
Theft of medication reported
In Quincy, a caller reported that a man broke into her house during the night and stole medication. She was told that the department doesn’t take theft of medication reports. She still wanted to report the break-in. The caller also said that a computer tablet was stolen. A deputy attempted to contact the person.
Can’t leave her alone
In Portola, a caller reported that a woman who has been harassing her threatened her. The caller was once again provided with temporary restraining order information.
Sunday, Aug. 18
In Portola, a caller reported that someone vandalized a vehicle. A suspect was mentioned.
Wounded animal reported
On Highway 89, 1 mile south of Highway 36 in the Lake Almanor area, a caller said she just drove past a truck with a yellow lab inside. It was parked at the side of the roadway. Then she saw a deer with an arrow in its back. She wasn’t sure if the person or persons from the truck were trying to help the deer or were hunting. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife, and CHP.
Attempting to sell under the influence
In Belden, a caller reported that a man was under the influence of alcohol and was trying to sell drugs. He then threatened to jump off a bridge although he was not in need of mental health. Security had him detained at the front gate. A sergeant said he was wanted on an out-of-county warrant.
At Lake Davis, the boat patrol reported citing an individual for operating an unregistered vessel.
In Quincy, a caller reported that the neighbor was arguing with someone. Kids were possibly in the residence. While the caller was on the phone he said everything got quiet. A deputy contacted a woman who said they were arguing. She had been involved in other incidents the previous day.
In Portola, a caller said that someone stole firewood from his front yard. A deputy contacted the reporting party who requested the information be put on file. He said that someone stole about a half a cord of firewood sometime during the last couple of weeks.
Arguing in public
In Quincy, it was reported that two people were seen arguing on Main Street while they were walking along. A deputy contacted a woman who had been in an argument that was reported earlier.
My house is the wrong color
From Chester, dispatch received a call and spoke to a little boy who said he wanted his house painted a different color. Then he said someone banged on the wall. He wouldn’t give his phone to his parents because he thought he would be in trouble. He said he was home with his parents and sisters. Dispatch was unable to reconnect. A deputy confirmed that the call was accidental.
Medical help needed
On the Lassen Peak Trail, a caller requested assistance for her son who was hiking on the Lassen Peak Trail. He had suffered a brain injury a few years ago and was now having trouble hiking down a hill and he was sick. He was with another person. They were at the tree line headed toward the parking lot. The information was transferred to SIFC and to Shasta County who had jurisdiction. SIFC reported they were sending medical help.
Old ammunition found
In Chester, a fuel commander requested a deputy for a case number on some property that was found. Some old ammunition and fireworks were located somewhere on Main Street.
Possible DUI spotted
Eastbound on Highway 70 from East Quincy, a caller reported that someone in a Four Runner from Nevada might be driving under the influence. There were multiple males in the vehicle. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Highway 32, 10 miles from Highway 36 in the Chester area, a caller reported a vegetation fire on the side of the highway. The information was transferred to SIFC. CHP said they were aware of the fire and were en route. The information was also transferred to Tehama County and they weren’t aware of it. Many 911 calls were transferred.
Upside down kayak spotted
On Lake Almanor, a caller reported seeing an upside down yellow kayak and another with a sail. Someone was trying to help the people. The boat patrol reported that everyone was okay and back at their residence.
Tractor versus RVs
In Quincy, a caller reported that his neighbor was destroying RVs with a tractor in his backyard. The caller was concerned that hazardous material might spill. A deputy contacted the caller who wanted the information on file. The caller thought the activity was suspicious.
In Chester, a caller reported that a woman was causing problems. The caller went into a house. The parties were separated. Someone called dispatch and said the suspect was walking down the street toward her house. A deputy contacted both parties. The reporting party wanted it on file that the suspect yelled at her when she drove by the residence.
Drug paraphernalia found
In Quincy, a caller reported that he was cleaning out the classroom and found drug paraphernalia at the Quincy Community School. A deputy disposed of a hypodermic needle.
Hazard in the roadway
On Highway 70 near Massack Rest Area near Quincy, it was reported that debris was in the road. The information was transferred to CHP.
Get in the car!
On Highway 70 and eastbound Highway 89 near Graeagle, CHP reported seeing a suspicious Dodge Ram heading eastbound. A man was trying to force a woman into a vehicle. The pickup was then heading east with the female inside. A deputy was en route. CHP was out with a man and requested an additional unit. A deputy said that everyone was fine. There was no crime.
Fight at the fairgrounds
In Quincy, a caller reported a fight that might involve six males. It was near a ticket booth inside the fair. It was unknown if weapons were involved. A deputy requested CHP for backup.
In Portola, a caller reported that her teenage son was incorrigible. He left the house. A deputy said the juvenile was transported to the grandmother’s residence and that was fine with the mother.
In need of a ride home
In Quincy, a caller said she was at a bar and needed a ride home. She was told that deputies don’t transport people home from the bar and that it wasn’t appropriate to call 911 for the purpose. A deputy was unable to find the caller when he checked. The bars were closed.
In Quincy, a caller reported that some juveniles were throwing eggs at houses. They were in a small car. A deputy checked the area and the juveniles were gone. He was unable to locate them.
Saturday, Aug. 17
There’s a party
In Quincy, someone reported a party in an upstairs apartment. The caller said it was loud. A deputy said that a business was having DJ music.
In Chester, a caller reported that her husband put her in a headlock and then drove off (presumably after he let her go). A deputy said no crime occurred.
In Quincy, a deputy reported taking a theft report from a man at the fairgrounds.
At Frenchman Lake, someone with the boat patrol reported citing someone for a boating violation.
In Chester, a caller reported vandalism. Three windows were broken.
Too much of a good thing
Near Greenville, a caller reported that someone was growing 17 marijuana plants. The information was given to detectives.
At Frenchman Lake, the boat patrol reported citing a man with a boat for being 200 feet from a beach or other object.
On Lake Davis, the boat patrol reported citing a man for a boating incident.
Couldn’t nab the dog
In the Lake Almanor area, CHP reported they attempted to pick up a dog. They couldn’t catch him and he was aggressive. It was a chocolate lab. The information was given to animal control.
On Highway 89 south of Highway 36 near Chester, a caller said he could see smoke. He thought it was coming somewhere south of Chester on Highway 89. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Young kayaker lost
On Lake Davis, it was reported that the boat patrol was with the father of an 11-year-old kayaker who was lost. He was located at Camp 5 and was fine.
At the Frenchman Lake boat ramp, several vehicles were parked illegally on the ramp and blocking the roadway according to callers. The information was transferred to CHP.
Unresponsive man noticed
In Chester, a caller requested medical help for an unresponsive man on the side of the roadway. He was out for about 5 minutes. The information was transferred to SIFC. While the caller was on the phone the person came awake and didn’t want help. The caller wasn’t familiar with the area and it was hard to give an address. CHP provided one. They were with the man.
Illegal dumping reported
In Portola, a caller reported illegal dumping of yard debris on the Old County Road. The driver of a white pickup dumped the stuff. A deputy was unable to locate the pickup, but spoke to the reporting party about extra patrol checks.
In Blairsden, a caller reported multiple possible intoxicated drivers leaving a wedding. The music was also loud. The information was transferred to CHP. A deputy wasn’t available. A sergeant spoke to the caller and would have a deputy do patrol checks. The sergeant contacted a businessperson who agreed to turn down the music at the wedding. A deputy checked and the noise level seemed reasonable. A man at a business said that the reporting party went to the business and caused problems with an employee. The deputy spoke to the manager. A man was issued a no trespass. The original caller was going to call back if the music went longer than 11 p.m.
In the Quincy area, a caller said that the neighbor’s dog killed her mom’s cat. She was unsure of the address.
In Quincy, a caller said she might have lost her small bag of prescription medication at the park. She was sitting at the tables near the bathrooms. A deputy was unable to find a bag matching the caller’s description.
In Quincy, someone reported that a family of one adult and three kids was outside a business yelling and knocking on the door. A second caller said the family walked into another business. A deputy reported that the woman was intoxicated and was getting a ride home. The children were going home with a friend.
There’s a car outside
In Chester, a caller reported that a car was parked next to her residence. The lights were on and the motor was running. It had been there 5 minutes. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported a verbal disturbance at the front gates at the fairgrounds. A deputy contacted a woman about it. No crime occurred, but she left for the night and agreed to keep the peace.
Injury at a campground
At the Silver Lake Campground near Meadow Valley, a caller requested medical for a female who broke her femur on the side of the road. The information was transferred to REMSA. Meadow Valley Fire and PDH were paged. REMSA requested a helicopter to standby and search and rescue was paged. Careflight was contacted by REMSA. It was unavailable, but a helicopter could land at PDH.
No bull, there’s no cow
In the Quincy area, a loose cow was first seen on the road and then in someone’s yard. The information was transferred to CHP. A rancher was contacted at the fair. He was going to check to see if the cow belonged to him. They were unable to locate a cow in the wrong place.
Friday, Aug. 16
Wildlife starting fires
In Chester, a caller reported that a raccoon got into the wires on a pole and caused a fire at its base. It was out, but he still wanted the fire department to arrive. The information was transferred to SIFC. There was no word on the raccoon.
Someone’s sleeping at my place
In Quincy, a businessperson reported that someone was sleeping on the property. The caller wanted the person to leave. A deputy said it was a Pacific Crest Trail hiker who was resting and would be moving along.
Fell over asleep
Westbound on Highway 70 about a half-mile east of Squirrel Creek, a caller said a man was on the side of the road and fell to his knees. The information was transferred to CHP. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged as a precaution. The person was fine. He was just napping alongside the road.
In Portola, a caller said there was a lot of smoke behind Portola High School. Eastern Plumas Fire went to investigate. They said someone was doing work on the football field and it was just dust.
In Greenville, a caller said a man was on the dump road and was trespassing. A deputy said he would be counseled. He was also trespassed again for the same location.
In the area of Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller reported that a white van with a white-bearded man driving and an elderly woman stopped in her neighborhood. The woman got out of the vehicle and was looking around the caller’s property and that of the neighbors’. The caller said the driver told her he was with senior nutrition, but when she called the nutrition program, the person said they don’t have any male drivers. She requested extra patrol checks.
In Cromberg, a caller reported that someone in a white pickup was trespassing on his property. He said two men were in the pickup. He then said they left.
On Highway 70 at Mt. Tomba Road, a man driving a Toyota was cited and charged with driving an unregistered vehicle and having no proof of financial responsibility. A notice of suspension of the driver’s license was given at the time.
In Portola, a caller reported having a harassment problem with a neighbor. The caller asked to speak to a deputy. A deputy provided the caller with the proper civil information and what to do for a temporary restraining order.
Vehicle blocking the road
A deputy reported that 1 mile past Tollgate on Bucks Lake Road, a truck and trailer were partially blocking the roadway. The truck had its hazard lights on. The information was transferred to CHP.
Attacked by a dog
Near Portola, a caller reported that a dog attacked her daughter. No medical was needed. The dog didn’t bite the child; just knocked her over. A deputy spoke to the caller who wasn’t sure who owned the dog. The information was forwarded to animal control.
Is it a burn day?
Near Quincy, a caller reported that she saw a burn pile on the south side of the highway. She didn’t think it was a burn day. It put out the fire and the homeowner was counseled.
Medical requested for dog bites
In Greenville, a caller requested medical attention for a man who was bleeding after being bitten by a dog on his foot and hand. PHI was notified. Indian Valley Fire was also notified. A deputy said animal control would collect the dog the following Monday.
Son’s being too rude
In Blairsden, a caller said her son was being too rude and she didn’t want him living at the residence any longer. She asked to speak to a deputy. The deputy gave the caller some options to try.
Woman being strange
In Quincy, a caller said there was a woman around who was acting strange in a store. She was opening packages. A deputy said it was suspicious, but the woman was having a bad reaction to her medication.
Stealing cases of beer
In Quincy, a caller reported seeing four people steal cases of beer from a store and then takeoff in an SUV. The person called back and said it was actually three men.
In Quincy, a caller reported that her cell phone was broken and the SOS button wouldn’t shut off. She disconnected before any information was gathered. A sergeant said they would look for her near the fairgrounds.
Music from 911
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said he was trying to turn up the music on his phone and it dialed 911. He said he didn’t need any help. A deputy left a message with him.
Harassed at the fair
In Quincy, a caller said that two women were harassing her while she was at the fair. A deputy explained the proper civil procedures to take.
Beer bottle weapon
In Quincy, a caller reported that one man was beating up another. Someone had a beer bottle in his hand. The fight moved to the middle of Fairgrounds Road. A sergeant said everyone was gone when he arrived.
Drunk or lost?
Eastbound on Highway 36 at the Pacific Crest Trail, CHP requested assistance in looking for a possible driver under the influence in an Expedition. The driver was unable to maintain speed or lanes. The person turned southbound on Highway 89. A deputy said the driver wasn’t intoxicated he was lost.
Juvenile causing problems
A caller said that a juvenile was causing problems in the grandstands at the fair in Quincy. Then he moved on to the front gate.
Calls about couple fighting
In Quincy, a caller reported a case of domestic violence. A second caller said there were no weapons involved. A woman said that a man was throwing rocks at her vehicle when he saw her calling 911. The man threw the woman down on the ground and then hit her in the face. The woman’s mother wanted to speak to a deputy about the call. The deputy said they were non desirous of pressing charges. The victim was given information about victim witness. A deputy also spoke to the woman’s mother.
Thursday, Aug. 15
Suspicious man noted
In Portola, someone from Eastern Plumas Health Care reported that a van was parked outside. A man had been sitting inside it for an hour or more. When someone from housekeeping went out to her car she came right back in because the man was walking around with his flashlight. A deputy discovered that the man in the van was a delivery person. The deputy helped him out and he left.
Parents are gone so the son will play
In Chester, a caller reported that she knew some parents were out-of-town and that their son was home partying. There was loud music and yelling going on. A deputy contacted the person who agreed to keep the peace and was counseled.
Concerned about man
In Greenville, a caller said she drove by a car and saw a man half-slumped over the steering wheel. She saw that his back window was also broken out. Indian Valley Fire, PHI and PDH were notified. Someone from the fire department said they could cancel. The man was just sleeping in his car.
Couldn’t answer the door
From Blairsden, dispatch received two 911 calls. A man refused to provide his name or location. Dispatch attempted to call the number back but got no answer. Then a man called and said his 911 calls were accidental. He said he has a broken ankle and couldn’t answer the door.
Checking out the boats
At the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller said she could see people in a patio boat that appeared to be looking into unoccupied boats. She didn’t see them take anything but thought they were suspicious. The boat patrol contacted three PG&E workers who were checking on buoys.
In Quincy, an animal control officer received information that two dogs were locked inside a vehicle. The temperature in the vehicle was 102 degrees. The dogs were removed and transported to the shelter. A woman was cited and charged with leaving an animal in an unattended vehicle in the heat.
In Quincy, someone from animal control reported that the same woman they cited was causing a disturbance at the shelter. A deputy said she agreed to keep the peace.
Stuck at Gansner
Near Quincy, a caller reported that she got her Jeep stuck in a water hole near the park. The information was transferred to CHP.
Reckless driver counseled
Westbound on Highway 70 and Chandler Road East, a caller reported a reckless driver. The information was transferred to CHP and a deputy was watching for the Toyota. A deputy located the driver and counseled the person.
Near Antelope Lake, a caller reported that someone stole medication and other items from her family cabin during the night.
Won’t leave the hospital
In Chester, someone at Seneca reported that a woman was refusing to leave and causing a disturbance. A deputy said she left and was possibly going to Quincy. A deputy was looking for her.
Keeping it in the family
In Portola, a caller said his family was causing a verbal disturbance. The information was transferred to CHP to assist. The reporting party called back and said that two people were still causing problems and she was outside with the younger children. A probation officer was notified.
Trailer fire reported
On Highway 70 near Maybe, a deputy reported being out with an asphalt trailer that was on fire. The information was transferred to CHP and Eastern Plumas Fire.
In Quincy at the fair, it was reported that some juveniles were fighting near the Zipper ride. They were leaving the area. A sergeant reported that he was unable to locate them.
Just go away
In Portola, a caller said that her daughter and boyfriend were on the property drinking. They were asking someone to leave and he refused. Then the reporting party said the man was staying in his room and was away from them. A deputy was busy, but had been at that residence earlier in the day for the same problem. The deputy said the man was going to get a room for the evening and was being given a trespass warning.
Wednesday, Aug. 14
In Taylorsville, a caller thought that someone had a fire and was possibly burning trash. There was no water at the residence. Indian Valley Fire responded and said the individual was trying to put it out. A sergeant said that two deputies needed to respond since it was an officer safety issue with the individual. A deputy said the man agreed to leave the property and the fire was extinguished.
In Portola, a caller reported what sounded like a physical disturbance. The caller could hear someone yelling, “I pushed you.” The information was transferred to CHP. A deputy reported talking to a woman. A man refused to come downstairs. The deputy said they were arguing.
Bicycle wreck reported
On Highway 70 east of Portola, a caller requested medical because someone had a bicycle accident. The information was transferred to CHP, Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire. The patient was transported to EPHC.
Playing with fire
In Quincy, a man reported that a little boy was playing with matches. A deputy contacted two young children who were playing with matches and a small fire was extinguished. The parents were contacted and counseled.
Threatening message received
In Blairsden, a caller said that a woman sent her a threatening message. A deputy left a message for the reporting party when she didn’t answer a call. Civil procedures were explained to the reporting party.
Reckless driver reported
Near Portola, a caller reported a reckless driver who left a mini-mart and was driving westbound. The driver was running people off the roadway. The information was transferred to CHP.
Causing problems at someone else’s home
In Chester, a caller reported that a person that she only knows by their first name walked into her residence and started causing problems. The reporting party thought she was under the influence. She was dressed in black and riding a bike. A deputy contacted the reporting party who requested a trespass warning be issued to the woman. A deputy said it was verbal only and was unable to locate the other person.
In Beckwourth, a caller said that a family member physically and verbally assaulted him. He was non desirous of pressing charges.
Up in smoke
Near Greenville, a caller reported that her barbecue and propane tank caught fire and that they couldn’t put it out. Indian Valley Fire was paged. The reporting party called again and said it was out. The fire department was continuing to respond as a precaution.
Man reported missing
In Quincy, a caller reported that her father hadn’t been seen in about four hours. He didn’t have a cell phone. A deputy contacted the reporting party and told her that her father was being treated at PDH.
Man might be suspicious
Near Quincy, a caller reported seeing a suspicious looking man about a half-mile past La Porte Road. He seemed to be hitchhiking. Deputies checked all the way to Massack and didn’t find him.
Thrashing the house
In Quincy, a caller reported that her juvenile-aged son came home and was being incorrigible. He was trashing her house. He had knife. The juvenile was released to probation.
Extra patrol checks
Someone at the fairgrounds asked that patrol checks be instigated for the vender booths after hours while the fair is going.
In Portola, a caller said she could hear shots being fired near her home. A deputy said he would look around. He was unable to locate anything and it was quiet when he arrived.
Banging sound heard
In Chester, a caller reported that someone was banging on her windows. She said she wasn’t expecting anyone. A deputy said the person was gone and that no crime occurred. The deputy gave the caller a victim witness card for future reference.
In Quincy, a caller said that a neighbor was screaming for help. A second call came in. Then multiple calls were received about a man and a woman fighting. A deputy reported that they separated for the night.