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 Sept. 4 to Sept. 10.
BY THE NUMBERS
51 requests for fire department services
43 calls for the CHP
39 requests for assistance
37 requests for medical
34 calls to 911
24 suspicious nature reports
22 reports to the USFS
17 disturbances reported
17 animal control reports
15 civil reports
13 arrests reported
12 reports involving children
11 wrecks reported
10 reports of trespassing
9 reports of assisting other agencies
9 reports of intoxication
7 reports for probation
7 citations issued
7 extra patrol requests
7 welfare requests
7 reports to SIFC
6 alarms reported
5 reports to the district attorney
6 reports involving juveniles
5 reports to child protective services
5 requests for search and rescue
5 requests for helicopters
4 thefts reported
4 sex related reports
4 reports involving mental health
4 threats reported
3 domestic violence reports
3 missing persons reports
3 traffic-related reports
3 reports to fish and wildlife
On Highway 70 and County Road A23, CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence of drugs. The man was involved in a single vehicle accident. The incident was non-injury. CHP requested that a deputy attempt to contact a woman who was involved in the collision.
It was reported that a man was arrested and charged with contempt of court and overuse of 911. Dispatch received two 911 hang up calls. When dispatch got hold of the caller he said he needed the crisis line. The information was transferred to the crisis line. The reporting party called back and was irate. He was offered the crisis line again. He was offered other assistance choices. He just kept saying he needed help. The information was given to a deputy. When the deputy spoke to the person the caller was irrational and angry and refused medical services. Then another 911 call came in and the dispatcher was called un-American. The situation continued. CHP reported that they had spoken to the person twice.
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.
In Portola, a caller said that someone almost ran into her house in a sedan. They were driving down Main Street toward Fourth Street. A second 911 caller also reported the driver. Another 911 reported that it was possible that a child was heard screaming out of the car. Another caller said the tires on the sedan were blown and they were still driving erratically around the neighborhood. CHP was on scene with the vehicle. A woman was refusing to come out of a residence and it was thought it was possibly a domestic violence situation. CHP eventually arrested a woman who was charged with driving under the influence. A deputy requested that dispatch contact Lyon County and the woman’s partner because of the possible domestic violence. No juveniles were in the vehicle.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance, probation violation and disobeying a court order. A caller said she could hear people yelling from a home. A second call came in from someone saying a man stabbed his tire.
A man was arrested on a felony warrant and a felony parole warrant.
A corrections officer reported the booking and housing of a Butte County inmate. The charges were not specified in the report.
A sergeant reported the arrest of a man charged with battery. A caller said that her daughter was pushed down on the ground in front of the kids. The younger woman’s husband then grabbed her around the neck.
A deputy reported that a man was arrested and charged with being intoxicated.
It was reported that a woman was arrested and charged with possession of more than an ounce of cannabis.
The CHP reported the arrest of a man who was charged with vehicle registration problems.
Tuesday, Sept. 10
Near Greenville, a caller reported that a woman went into her house and caused a disturbance then left. It was thought the woman was intoxicated. A deputy was unable to contact the woman.
In Quincy, a caller from the charter school reported that a parent who didn’t have custody of a child kept showing up and causing problems. The person acted irrational. A deputy was going to contact the person and advise her to stay away from the school.
Trespassing at a campground
At the North Fork Campground, a caller said that a person kept going to the campground and causing problems. The person was told to leave by a sergeant in the past. The person claimed to be the assistant district attorney in Butte County. The person was staying at a bridge and had a fire without a permit. He did have a tent. The information was transferred to USFS. USFS was going to have a prevention unit respond.
In Portola, a caller reported that a co-worker received a call from her daughter who said her boyfriend was attacking her. The mother was en route to the house. A deputy reported that the man had left and that they were just arguing.
At Rock Creek and the Cresta Project in the Feather River Canyon, it was reported that a drill was being conducted about a potential high flow event.
A caller reported that he was evacuated from the Walker Fire in the Janesville Grade area and needed to go back for his medication and a medical device. He was about 3 miles from the fire. The evacuation status had changed to an advisory for residents. He was told it was okay for him to return home for medication.
Someone’s burning trash
In Portola, a caller reported that a neighbor was burning trash in a barrel. The caller said it smelled and was causing black smoke. Eastern Plumas Fire was paged. They found a small, contained warming fire.
In Greenville, a caller said a man was parked in front of her house. He was contacted earlier in the day. A deputy said the man was gone and that he was given a trespass warning earlier.
In Quincy, someone at the high school reported that a student left campus without permission. They thought he was under the influence of alcohol. He was located and taken to PDH. A deputy stood by to assist the staff. The deputy cited the student for being intoxicated and incorrigible.
In the Mohawk area, an animal control officer issued a citation to a woman who was charged with county animal code violations.
In Quincy, a caller reported receiving a threatening text message. A deputy said she was receiving it from an unknown person. The caller was advised to block the number.
Road hazard reported
On Bucks Lake Road just east of Slate Creek near Quincy, CHP reported a small rockslide. The information was given to the county road department and they were responding.
On Bucks Lake Road just past Lovers Leap near Quincy, a caller reported seeing a large amount of smoke in the area. The information was transferred to USFS and Quincy Fire. Someone from Quincy Fire said there was heavy mist in the area and no fire. USFS was sending an engine to check it out.
Medical needed for baby
In Quincy, a caller requested medical for an infant that wasn’t breathing and turning blue. The information was transferred to REMSA and Quincy Fire and PDH responded.
Monday, Sept. 9
Trespasser on a rail car
In Twain, a caller reported that a trespasser was seen on a railcar across the river. It was an open-door car and the caller had the number. The information was given to deputies. The train was going to move to meet up with deputies on Belden Road. A deputy got the subject off the train.
Dispatch received 911 calls and just got an open line. On the second call they could hear someone breathing and possibly someone crying. Dispatch attempted to call again and left a message. A deputy said the individual didn’t answer the door. Dispatch tried the number again and no one answered. A deputy said that the windows were blacked out and he couldn’t see any movement inside the residence. Everything appeared to be okay. Then a deputy happened to see a cell phone through a window. Again there was no answer at the door. A deputy contacted a detective to have him listen to the recording. Then an individual was found walking back home. He said he was fine.
In the Beckwourth area, a caller reported seeing a lot of smoke coming from Highway 70 and Grizzly Road near a kids’ camp. Beckwourth Fire responded. They were canceled because no fire was found.
Someone broke in
In Greenville, a caller said she was having a problem with a man. The caller thought the individual might have broken into her house the previous weekend. A deputy explained temporary restraining order procedures.
Mt. lion activity
In the Quincy area, a caller reported that a mountain lion killed a deer behind her house during the night. She spoke to fish and wildlife.
Loose dog problem
In Chester, a caller reported that a loose dog was continually chasing the deer. She said she feeds them and doesn’t want the dog chasing them. The caller asked for contact from animal control or a deputy. The information was transferred to animal control.
Dog bite reported
Washoe County Public Health received information that a dog bit someone in Portola two days earlier. The information was transferred to animal control.
She needs to share
In Quincy, someone requested contact from a deputy regarding a civil matter. A man was upset because his wife was sharing the tax return with him.
On Highway 89 north of the Greenville Wye, CHP issued a citation to a man who was charged with driving over the double yellow lines.
Mt. lion versus doe
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that a mountain lion killed a doe on one of the golf courses. The caller was given the phone number for fish and wildlife.
Cat burglar a problem
In Chester, a caller said she would be away on vacation. She wanted to talk to a deputy about a situation. The deputy said that the last time the neighbor’s cat got into the caller’s house. The cat was counseled about entering someone’s house when they’re not home.
No way home
In Chester, a caller reported that her father’s vehicle broke down and was parked at the mechanic’s in Chester. The place was closed and the individual had no way to get to Westwood. The information was transferred to the CHP and they assisted.
Rash of 911 calls received
Dispatch received a number of 911 calls that pinned to multiple locations. Deputies were unable to find anything at those locations.
Missing person reported
In the Lake Almanor area, CHP reported receiving a request to be on the lookout for an overdue person. A woman reported that a friend was missing. The individual was heading to Hat Creek from a gas station on Highway 147 at County Road A13. He was last seen the previous Friday and he didn’t show up for work. His cell phone goes to voice mail. A deputy was going to call the man’s brother. CHP spoke to the family who said he made it home and was fine. A deputy confirmed that.
At the Greenville dump, a deputy reported that a theft occurred. Two ham radios were stolen and recovered.
In the Lake Almanor area, it was reported that some kids were riding motorcycles and they weren’t wearing helmets. The information was transferred to CHP.
Sunday, Sept. 8
Let the bear have the stuff
In Portola, someone was flagged down by a man that said that a bear ran off with his belongings. A deputy said he/she assisted the man get his things back from a 600-pound bear.
Near Greenville, a caller said a woman was causing a disturbance and damaging someone’s vehicle. A man was unable to stop her.
The driver of a black Lexus was initially reporting heading west on Highway 70 at Graeagle when someone reported it was traveling erratically. The information was transferred to CHP. About 45 minutes later a black Lexus was reported at Highway 49 just before the junction of Highway 89. It was reported that it was all over the road. The caller wasn’t close enough to see the license plate. The call was again transferred to CHP. A deputy was unable to locate the vehicle checking from the county line on Highway 49 to Highway 70.
On Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a buoy was loose on the East Shore of the Peninsula area. Someone from the boat patrol told the owner about it that morning. She was told to retrieve it. The boat patrol left an orange life jacket on it so that it would be more visible.
In Greenville, a caller said that someone stole his bike and a trailer.
In Chester, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about his dad trespassing on his property. The deputy attempted to contact the subject and left a message telling him not to return to the property.
In Beckwourth, a caller reported that his dad and his girlfriend are arguing. He said that she has been known to be physically abusive in the past. A deputy reported that they were okay and that they were arguing about bills.
Near Quincy, a caller said that her mother was choking. She said that she was going to PDH in her own car and no longer needed help.
In the Greenville area, a deputy reported a civil dispute between two men over a mining claim.
In Portola, a caller reported that someone with a restraining order was on some property. A deputy reported that the subject needed a trespass warning from a business in Portola, but lives in Quincy. The deputy was trying to locate the man.
Suspicious people noted
At the Grizzly Hideout on Genesee Road, a caller said some suspicious subjects were in an evacuation area. It was unknown which direction they went. A deputy was going to contact the reporting party to get better information. A deputy said the suspect was in a black truck that ran through the brush. The truck also had freezers in the back. The individual said he was selling steaks, but also said he thought the area was evacuated. Someone with the USFS said he would send someone from fire camp to handle the situation. The information was also give to the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office and to the CHP.
Broken ankle reported
On Highway 70 at the Rock Creek Bridge, someone from Butte County reported that a male had a broken ankle. Butte explained that an engine was en route for medical. PDH and search and rescue were also paged. CalFire was also on the lookout from the county line through Tobin and couldn’t locate the person. Medics reported they were approached by someone who was going to take them to the victim, but the individual wasn’t located. The Oroville hospital was checked and a person was in the emergency room that said he fell off a cliff in the Rock Creek area.
In Quincy, a caller said her neighbors were burning trash and that it was an ongoing issue. Someone from Quincy Fire said it appeared to be only wood and the fire was extinguished.
Vegetation fire reported
On Juniper Lake Road and Feather River Drive near Chester, a caller reported there was a large vegetation fire on the side of the road. Houses were about a half-mile away. The fire appeared to be moving quickly. The information was transferred to SIFC and to a deputy. A deputy said it was extinguished.
Trying to gain access
In Quincy, a caller reported that some people were attempting to get into a residence. A deputy was going to check the area. A second 911 came in saying that the people were back and banging on the doors. A sergeant was unable to find anything suspicious.
Saturday, Sept. 7
In Portola, a caller said he found a little puppy under his neighbor’s truck. The information was given to a deputy. They were unable to locate an owner and were picking up a kennel. The deputy was going to take the puppy to the animal shelter.
Come home right away
At the Sundew Campground at Bucks Lake, a caller asked that someone contact his mother and sister because he had been granted an emergency custody order and needed them to take care of the children. A sergeant said that no one was in the camp and he left a message.
On the Beckwourth/Genesee and Antelope Valley road, the USFS reported that one of their crews said there was a large boulder in the middle of the road. A county loader was needed to move it.
In Delleker, a caller reported that his neighbor just threatened him and then left the property. A deputy reported that the woman agreed to stay off the reporting party’s property. Both parties were provided with information on temporary restraining orders.
In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a man was causing a disturbance and wouldn’t calm down. A deputy said the man left. His mother said they were just arguing. A deputy eventually was able to talk to the man who agreed to keep the peace and said he wouldn’t call dispatch unless it was an emergency.
In the Graeagle area, a caller requested medical help for a woman who had slipped on some rocks. She might have broken her hip. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care, and Graeagle and Plumas Eureka Fire.
In Greenville, a caller reported that a man was standing in a culvert smoking a cigarette. He was also messing with something inside. A deputy was unable to locate anyone in the area.
New fire start spotted
Looking east toward Reconnaissance Peak, a caller reported that he could see a new fire start. The call was transferred to USFS. The reporting party called back with information about another small start in the same area. Again the information was transferred to USFS.
Open line at dispatch
At Bucks Lake and Big Creek roads, dispatch received several 911 calls with an open line. Dispatch attempted to reconnect and left a message. The calls pinned to Bucks Lake Road near Big Creek Road and could hear machinery in the background. A sergeant was heading up to check the area. Several more 911s were received totaling about 20 calls. A deputy was unable to find anyone or any heavy equipment in the area. The calls also stopped.
In the Quincy area, a caller reported a theft from his property. A deputy spoke to the person and said it was a civil issue between two people over a vehicle. He signed a pink slip to a vehicle to his girlfriend. The caller was referred to CHP.
In the Johnsville area, it was reported that a guy was seen on a dirt road. He looked suspicious and it was believed he was driving under the influence of drugs. The information was transferred to CHP. A deputy said that he drove down the dirt road about 2 miles and was unable to locate the man.
Near Quincy, a caller reported that someone was shooting off about 30 rounds in what the caller thought was an unsafe manner due to the winds. A deputy was unable to hear any shooting. This is an ongoing issue. The reporting party called back and could still hear the shots. The deputy was in the area.
In Chester, CHP reported that one tree had fallen against another tree. The information was given to the county road department.
Trespassing on the tracks
In Delleker, it was reported that three girls were trespassing on the railroad tracks behind the transfer station. Deputies searched 3 miles of the tracks and didn’t find anyone.
In Quincy, a caller reported that several juveniles were riding a go-cart. The caller thought they were trespassing on private property. A sergeant contacted their father who had the children stop and put the go-cart away.
Search and rescue situation
In the Lakes Basin area at Long Lake Trail, search and rescue was called for a 75-year-old man on a trail. He hadn’t been seen for more than three hours. He went off the trail. When individuals called for him to come back he didn’t. The people he was with went back to the trail and he didn’t follow them.
He was last seen on the south side of Long Lake near the Silver Lake/Bear Lake Trail intersection. Search and rescue was contacted.
A woman called and said the man was found.
On Highway 70 between Grizzly Road and April Lane, a caller reported a small grass fire on the side of the road. Several people were trying to put it out. Greenhorn and Long Valley fire were paged. The information was transferred to USFS. A second caller said the fire was out but fire units were still requested. When USFS arrived other units were released.
Fight in the rail yard
In Portola, CHP received a 911 from an anonymous caller about a fight on the railroad tracks at the rail yard. Deputies said they searched 3 miles along the tracks and didn’t find anyone.
New fire start reported
A caller reported seeing a new fire start in the Dixie Valley area. It was up on the ridge.
In Graeagle, a caller reported that a man was under the influence and was told to leave an area. He kept lingering. A deputy said the man was given a ride home prior to the officer’s arrival.
Near Portola, a caller reported that someone just came into a business and took a bunch of beer and was trespassing. The individual was wearing a hat and was on foot. A deputy searched the area and the person was gone.
Friday, Sept. 6
Door broken down
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone broke down his door. He thought it might be his brother but nothing was missing. He said there was a gun that was now in his residence. It went back and forth with the brothers requesting to speak to deputies.
At the vet’s in Indian Valley, a caller said they received a dog to care for during a mandatory evacuation from the Walker Fire. The owner was in the hospital in Reno and the dog was at home by itself. The vet was going to board it for free during the fire.
Eight miles north of Nervino Airport in Beckwourth, a call was transferred from CHP. Air traffic control reported a fire. The information was transferred to USFS.
School on lock down
CHP reported that Chester High School was on lock-down. The Sheriff’s Office was unaware of the incident. The school has a new system in place that starts the lock-down process and it’s activated by a push of a button. The staff walked the school and there was no emergency.
Near Frenchman Lake, a caller said it looked like there was a fire. The information was transferred to USFS. A man said the fire was above his ranch and that it was going really good. The information was again passed along to the USFS. USFS was calling it the Dixie Fire and it was about 4 acres. Four engines were on scene and no evacuations were needed. Multiple calls were received.
Census worker reported
In the Greenville area, a caller reported that a suspicious person went to his house claiming to be a census worker. The individual handed the reporting party a privacy statement that was photocopied and appeared fake. The reporting party didn’t give the person any information.
In Quincy, it was reported that a vehicle was in a person’s driveway and had been there for more than 24 hours. The person didn’t know whom it belonged to. The information was transferred to CHP.
On Doyle Grade, someone called from Highway 395 and said she could see the fire near Frenchman Lake. She said that it looked like there was a new start on Doyle Grade on the Lassen County side. Dispatch attempted to transfer the information to USFS but the lines were busy. The information was transferred to SIFC and then USFS.
A caller reported that he was on the dam at Little Grass Valley near La Porte and was looking toward Quincy. He thought he could see a fire. The information was transferred to USFS.
Another fire reported
CHP transferred a caller reporting a fire on Penman Peak. Multiple 911 calls were coming in about different fires. The information was transferred to USFS.
A caller said she could see a fire from across the Valley Ranch in Clio looking north. The information was transferred to USFS.
Fire close by
A caller reported that when looking north from his residence in Cromberg it looked like the fire was about 5 miles away. He was worried. The line to the USFS was busy for 10 minutes and then dispatch was able to transfer the call. The USFS reported there was a new start in Onion Valley.
In Portola, animal control reported that a woman was cited and charged with a county animal code violation.
Fire near railroad tracks
At Wolf Creek and Hudson in Greenville, someone reported a fire on the side of the railroad tracks. Smoke was going into the trees. The information was transferred to the USFS. Indian Valley and Crescent Mills fire responded. It was a small spot fire on the other side of the tracks. USFS was on scene and could handle it. Several hours later the caller reported that the fire started up again. The information was transferred to USFS. The fire departments were again notified. A deputy was requested due to suspicious circumstances.
Reckless driver reported
On Highway 89 from Greenville going northbound, a caller reported an aggressive, reckless driver in a Buick. The information was transferred to CHP.
Search and rescue called
On the Pacific Crest Trail 5 miles north of Chester, a caller said that his daughter was hiking and was having problems with her feet. They had blisters, were bleeding and swollen. Dispatch attempted to reach the hiker but it went straight to voicemail. Dispatch called the mother and asked her to contact her daughter and tell her to call 911. The victim called and said she could make it to the highway. She said her feet hurt but she didn’t need assistance.
In Portola, a caller reported that a minor stole an E-cigarette from a business. It was valued at $40. A deputy said the juveniles were returned to their parents and counseled. They were also trespassed from the business.
Noisy at all hours
In Chester, a caller said someone was running a chainsaw at all hours.
Child in the roadway
In Portola, a deputy was flagged down about a small child walking in the roadway. The child was in front of the substation. The deputy contacted the parents and returned the child. The information was given to Child Protective Services and the district attorney.
In the Quincy area, a caller reported that someone knocked on the door lightly. The dogs were barking but they couldn’t see anyone. A deputy checked the area and didn’t locate anyone.
Someone trying to get in
In Chester, a caller said that someone was trying to get in through his back door. He didn’t have a visual on the person. A deputy checked the area and didn’t locate anyone.
In Chester, a deputy reported being with an intoxicated juvenile. The juvenile was released to the parent. The other party was sent on his way with a warning.
Thursday, Sept. 5
Keys left in the door
In Portola, a caller reported that she found some keys in a door. The door was ajar and no one was inside the building. The information was given to a deputy and transferred to CHP. A deputy said the building was clear. The deputy was going to keep the keys until a responsible party was located. A message was left for Plumas Rural Services. A second message was also left. A deputy made contact and was making arrangements with PRS for someone to get the keys.
In Chester, a deputy reported citing a woman who was charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license and no proof of financial responsibility.
In Portola, someone reported a fire. It was learned that a business was starting up the barbecue. All units were canceled.
At the Flournoy Bridge in Genesee, USFS requested an ambulance for a firefighter with burns to the hands and legs. The information was passed on to PHI. It was reported that the patient would be taken to the bridge. Two EMTs were present. No air medical was needed. The patient was transported to PDH.
their credit cards
In Twain, a person reported that two dogs charged him. He said they were still loose. The information was transferred to animal control.
Give me the job or else!
In Quincy, it was reported that a woman went to PDH’s administrator and told her that if she didn’t get a job she would blow the place up. The administrator told her that she shouldn’t talk that way, but the woman said she was serious. The information was given to a deputy. The person was given a trespass warning.
In Quincy, a caller requested a deputy to respond to a school to speak to a juvenile. The juvenile was upset about being threatened at a store. A deputy reported it was a classroom disruption.
In Quincy, it was reported that a man was riding a bicycle with a chain saw. A deputy was unable to locate him.
Missing man reported
In Clio, a caller requested that a deputy attempt to contact a man. His ex-wife reported him missing and said she hadn’t seen him since 2013. She wanted a deputy or dispatch to attempt to contact him before entering him into missing persons. They were unable to locate anyone on that person’s property. The nightshift was to follow up to double check on the situation. A deputy said the man no longer lived there and hadn’t for six years.
In Chester, an animal control officer reported citing a man and charging him with a violation of a county animal code.
What’s going on?
In Quincy, a caller said that a woman told her that she didn’t have a driver’s license and then got in her truck and left the parking lot. The vehicle had two motorcycles in the back. It was confirmed that the woman’s driver’s license was suspended. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, an animal control officer reported that a woman was cited and charged with a county animal code violation.
Watch out for falling trees
In Chester, a caller said that someone was trying to fall a tree and was concerned that it would fall on a house. CHP reported that the people didn’t fall the tree and everything was fine.
In the Chilcoot area, it was reported that a USFS employee was weak and had a loss of consciousness. An air ambulance was requested. The information was transferred to REMSA to call a helicopter. The USFS reported that it could be cancelled.
Five miles north of Sierra Valley in Clover Valley, a caller reported a fire possibly caused by a lightning strike. It was transferred to the USFS.
In Portola, it was reported that a teenager was intoxicated and passed out, but was breathing. The information was transferred to Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire. A caller requested to speak to a deputy at the hospital. The deputy spoke to the caller who wanted information on obtaining a restraining order.
In Greenville, a caller reported that her son beat her up. She called back and said she no longer needed assistance.
In Greenville, a caller asked to speak to a deputy about her roommate. She said the individual took money from her. A deputy said she was thinking about prosecuting and would call back.
In Quincy, a caller reported that he was at home and that he was assaulted by his brother. He needed medical because his face was bleeding. The information was transferred to REMSA. Quincy Fire and PDH were paged. The information was given to a deputy.
Wednesday, Sept. 4
In Quincy, a caller said he was being harassed by someone he knows. He said the individual was out of state, but was due to arrive in town. The reporting party requested extra patrol checks.
In Chester, a caller reported seeing a dog that was tied up outside and didn’t have water or food. The information was transferred to animal control.
On the Red Clover Road and the Flournoy Bridge the Walker Fire was reported.
In Chester, a deputy received information that two students were fighting. Someone at the school requested that a deputy respond to counsel them.
Suspicious goings on
A caller reported seeing three suspicious people in the area of Antelope Lake near the Pioneer Cabin. They were in a Honda. It was reported that the third subject looked under duress. The caller said the vehicle was along the shoreline. A deputy checked the area and found the vehicle. No one was around it. The tire marks were going away from the vehicle. Nothing else was learned.
Welfare check requested
In Greenville, a caller requested a welfare check on a student. Someone at the school said the child was drawing pictures at school and talking about killing himself and other students. Child Protective Services reported they were available if needed.
Bad driver reported
In Portola, a caller reported that someone driving a sedan was unable to maintain the lanes. A deputy contacted the driver who was fine.
In Chester, a caller reported that his daughter was causing problems. She tore a bedroom door off and was possibly intoxicated. The reporting party called back and said she had calmed down.
Circling the area
In the West Shore Lake Almanor area, a caller said she received a call from her grandfather who said there were four or five men in a new car who were circling the area and looking into houses. A deputy spoke to the original witness. Extra patrol checks were added.
Party going on
In Quincy, a caller reported that some people were talking loudly and the music was loud at a party. A deputy contacted a man who agreed to keep the peace.