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. 21 to Aug. 27.
BY THE NUMBERS
44 reports to CHP
39 requests for medical aid
36 requests for assistance
35 requests for a fire department response
33 calls to 911
27 disturbances reported
27 suspicious incidents reported
16 calls transferred to SIFC
11 civil cases reported
11 reports of trespassing
10 extra patrol checks
10 alarms reported
10 calls for animal control
9 probation reports
8 cases involving the USFS
8 mental health reports
7 thefts reported
7 cases involving children
7 reports for the boat patrol
6 cases of intoxication reported
6 welfare checks
6 code reports
6 reports involving the jail’s electronic monitoring
6 requests for helicopters
5 deaths reported
5 wrecks reported
4 reports of assisting other agencies
4 calls for fish and wildlife
4 traffic reports
4 cases involving juveniles
4 citations reported
3 reports of domestic
3 calls to assist the city of Portola
3 sex-related cases
3 cases involving drugs reported
3 reports of harassment
Deputies and a sergeant reported the arrest of a man wanted on a parole warrant. A caller reported that a suspicious looking man was looking into people’s yards and acting strange.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating her probation. A corrections officer reported that a woman was very intoxicated and was calling the jail and wanting them to pass messages to her son. She was very belligerent to corrections officers.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with theft.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with the misuse of 911. Dispatch reported that someone kept calling 911 without an emergency. A sergeant attempted to call the person and left him a voicemail to stop calling 911. Then a deputy spoke to the caller. He called back two more times with no emergency. It was offered that a deputy could go to the individual’s house, but that just aggravated him. The reporting party called again while the deputies were outside his residence. He was very unhappy that they showed up.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating his probation.
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 single vehicle rollover 1 1/2 miles from Johnsville. No victims were in or around the vehicle. The information was transferred to CHP. A caller said he saw the possible driver walking on the roadway toward Graeagle. The victim had a facial injury.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with threatening to do great bodily harm or death. A caller said a man was causing problems and not allowing her to use weapons in the residence. She said she was going to another location. She called back and described the car she was in and where she was. A sergeant contacted her and she signed a citizen’s arrest. She was going to a friend’s place.
Probation reported the arrest of a woman charged with violating probation and possession of drug paraphernalia. A man was also arrested and charged with probation violation, possession of drug paraphernalia and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller said a man was at a bar and was refusing to leave. The person did have a sober ride home and was still refusing to leave. A deputy was out of the area. The information was transferred to CHP. The businessperson called back and said the man was outside and was just standing around.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman charged with threatening great bodily harm or death and obstructing a peace officer or emergency medical personnel. A caller reported that it looked like her neighbors were fighting. It looked like an elderly person was possibly assaulted.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with willfully inflicting corporal injury resulting in a traumatic condition on another person and willfully causing a child to suffer. A caller said she was in a physical domestic dispute with her husband. The man had been drinking. They were separated. The victim was outside with a child. The suspect was inside. No medical was needed.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, being under the influence of a controlled substance, having a firearm that could be concealed, having a loaded firearm, and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
CHP reported the arrest of a man charged with driving under the influence.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with violating probation. Someone at Plumas District Hospital called requesting an officer respond as a precaution for someone with a wrist injury. Someone was beating up two minors at the Quincy Skate Park.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with having a concealed dirk or dagger, assault with a deadly weapon, corporal injury resulting in a traumatic condition, possession of methamphetamines, and contempt of court. Dispatch received a 911 hang up call. The reporting party called back and said there was a fight between two people. They had baseball bats. A man said the same thing, but said the woman had a stick. The information was transferred to CHP to assist. The information was transferred to the district attorney and victim witness.
Someone in probation requested that law enforcement check on a man. A sergeant reported the arrest of the man charged with violating his probation.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man for a parole violation. A caller said her son had been drinking and she wanted a deputy to come and get him.
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 possession of drug paraphernalia.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and contempt of court.
A deputy reported the arrest of a man charged with being intoxicated. A caller reported that a man was on his property causing problems. He didn’t live there and was refusing to leave. The individual made a partial payment for a trailer that he was trying to live in on the reporting party’s property. No weapons were involved.
Tuesday, Aug. 27
In Delleker, a caller said she heard screaming coming from her neighbor. A deputy attempted to contact the neighbor. He was warned there was a pitbull inside the residence.
In Greenville, a caller asked to talk to a deputy about her son. A deputy talked to her about her son being incorrigible.
Someone from a Union Pacific Railroad reported that the locomotive was on fire. It was unoccupied. It could be accessed from the Rock Creek Camp Road west of the fire. The information was transferred to USFS. It was unknown what was on the train. CHP and a deputy were notified. USFS said the fire was extinguished and they were investigating it. No HAZMAT was on board.
In Portola, CHP reported that a citizen reported a fifth-wheel in the roadway. A man was living in there. He wasn’t very friendly and had trash all over the place. A deputy had been out there and told the reporting party that all he could do was cite the individual for the trash.
A deputy was contacting the reporting party and seeing whom the registered owner of the trailer is. The deputy was also going to contact the city to see if the city could do something to have it removed. A deputy contacted the registered owner who said she would have the trailer moved by the following day. The deputy said if she didn’t move it, it would be towed.
In Portola, a caller reported her neighbor was harassing her. A deputy attempted to contact the reporting party who wasn’t available.
It’s a deep problem
In Greenville, a caller reported an ongoing issue with his neighbor who kept turning off the electricity to his well. It was an ongoing civil issue between two parties concerning water rights.
Animal control reported that a man was cited and charged with animal control regulation violations.
Getting towed off
Near the Lake Almanor Peninsula, the boat patrol reported they were out with a beached vessel. It was being towed to Rec. 1.
About 10 miles east of the Kings Creek Trailhead, a caller said he could see smoke. The information was transferred to SIFC. A second report was also sent to SIFC. A person also called from the trailhead.
Illegal dumping reported
In Blairsden, a caller reported that someone was illegally dumping stuff about a quarter mile west of Sunburst and County Road A15. The caller saw a woman dumping her trash down a hill.
A caller reported that she could see smoke behind the Hamilton Branch Fire Department. The information was transferred to SIFC.
In Quincy, a caller said he was attacked by another man and a woman. They were in a van and pulled up next to him. The man grabbed the caller’s neck and arm through the window and wanted to know why he was following them. He said his arm was bleeding, but he didn’t need medical help. The two people drove away. The reporting party was waiting for deputies. A deputy requested medical as a precaution. PDH responded.
Just calling and calling
From the Lake Almanor area, dispatch received six 911 calls from the same number. The person calling kept hanging up. Dispatch was unable to reconnect with the number. Two more calls were received for a total of eight.
In the Twain area, a caller reported that a person was leaning over the fence and trying to look through the front door. He was on his own property, but was snooping.
Missing person reported
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller said her husband went fishing that morning. He was going to Lake Almanor from Marysville. The information was given to CHP so they could be on the lookout. Various areas were checked. The boat patrol was also checking the area. The reporting party called back and said her husband was fine and spending the night at a motel.
Suspicious call to dispatch
In Quincy, dispatch received a hang up call. When they reconnected a woman said “Hi.” When she was told she called 911 she said “Oh My God” and disconnected. Dispatch called her a second time. She said what street she lives on, but not the address. When asked for her name she hung up. A sergeant checked out the situation, but didn’t find anything suspicious.
In Portola, a caller reported a possible domestic violence situation. It was described as being worse than normal between a man and a woman. A deputy requested CHP provide backup. A deputy learned that it was between another couple. The man ran off prior to the deputies arrival. A deputy reported the man was damaging his own property. The woman refused to speak to the deputy. The deputy was unable to find the man. It was reported that a man broke down her door and was causing problems. The deputy learned the door was broken prior to the incident.
Suspicious situation reported
In Crescent Mills, a caller said her son went to take care of a woman’s dogs. He found electric heaters were on with papers against them He also found a box of Q Tips in the lights. He was told to turn off the lights and heaters.
Monday, Aug. 26
Peeping through the window
In Crescent Mills, CHP said they received a 911 call from a woman who hung up after telling them that someone was peeping through her window. When the individual was called again she said a man was looking through her window and wanted to kill her. Dispatch attempted to contact the sheriff. The caller was then very hard to understand. She spoke very fast and then began getting agitated and hung up. CHP transferred their 911 call. A deputy reported that the individual was having a delusional episode. No crime was committed. The reporting party refused medical aid. A deputy also contacted the man the caller named and he said he hadn’t left his house.
Getting very comfy
At the Plumas County Courthouse in Quincy, someone found a man sleeping in a pink and white hammock on the wheel chair ramp. Deputies contacted the person who said he was waiting to put himself on the court calendar. He was told not to sleep there.
In the Beckwourth area, a caller reported seeing smoke coming from the area of Highway 70 and Grizzly Road. Beckwourth Fire was paged. They located a person with a small fire. She extinguished it. The resident was very unhappy that she was asked to put it out. A deputy counseled her about permits.
Vandalism reported to a truck
In Portola, a caller from Portola High School reported that someone vandalized a maintenance truck. They have the individual on video.
On Highway 70 near Blackhawk Creek Road near Quincy, a caller reported that a large tree was on a power line near the road. The information was transferred to CHP.
USFS requests search and rescue
On Rush Creek and USFS Road 27N92, USFS requested search and rescue respond for a man with a head injury. The man was injured from a fall. Search and rescue was paged and the information was given to PHI. The information was also given to CHP air ops. The patient had a head and neck injury. USFS requested a helicopter. The victim was being transported by CHP helicopter to PHI. The helicopter left for Enloe hospital in Chico.
In Portola, a caller said her daughter was supposed to get off the bus at the bus stop in Delleker and didn’t. The bus driver said she got off at the high school. The caller later said the child was located on the bus and the bus was going to return to the high school. A deputy located the child and gave her a ride home.
Woman screaming again
In Delleker, a caller said she could hear a woman screaming inside a residence. A deputy contacted her and she didn’t know that she was screaming. She agreed to stop.
Lost in the woods
In Chester, a caller said he was lost in the woods behind his house. The call pinned to an area behind the sewage ponds. Then he said he moved. It turned out he was okay.
Sunday, Aug. 25
On the West Shore Lake Almanor area, a caller said his bike was outside a business and when he came out after three hours it was gone. It hadn’t been locked up.
In Quincy, a deputy reported citing someone who was charged with driving without a valid driver’s license and having a blood alcohol level of 0.05 percent or higher (for persons under the age of 21).
On Highway 147 at the bridge, a juvenile called CHP and they transferred the call to the Lassen County Sheriff’s Office. The juvenile said he was from Westwood and ran away in the middle of the night. The juvenile was taken home.
Who’s been sleeping on my couch?
In Johnsville, a caller reported that he found someone sleeping on his couch and he doesn’t know the man. The caller thought he might be from a wedding party that was across the street the previous night. He thought the man might have walked into the house through the backdoor when the owner wasn’t home. The caller said the man was nice, but he wanted him out of the house. The caller said he woke the man up at 2 a.m., but he just kept sleeping. The information was transferred to CHP who said they would send a unit to assist a deputy. The man returned to his wedding party and the caller didn’t want to press charges.
In Quincy, a caller said she was involved in a disturbance with a man. She asked to speak to a deputy.
Making false claims
At the Rocky Point Campground near Lake Almanor, a caller reported that a man arrived at the campground late the previous night. He said he was with the PG&E security. He had no identification.
At Eagle Point at Lake Davis, a caller reported he found a vehicle off the marked roads. It was in a wooded area at Eagle Point. The reporting party didn’t look in the vehicle or around it. He thought it was suspicious. The vehicle was registered to a man who was wanted on a federal warrant. He was also on Plumas County Prop. 36 program.
Physical disturbance reported
In Chester, a physical disturbance was reported in front of a business. The pickup was gone when a deputy arrived. A deputy contacted the man and woman who said they were arguing.
In Chester, a caller said a woman was in the front room threatening to assault her. It was unknown if she had weapons. The caller was hiding in the closet. A man was also in the front room with the woman making the threats. A sergeant contacted everyone and it was verbal only.
In Portola, a caller said she could hear a youngster yelling for his mother and could hear a man yelling at the child. A deputy contacted the man. Everyone was fine. They were playing and the child got splashed with water and was screaming.
Vehicle and rock collide
In the Lake Almanor Peninsula area, a caller reported that a vehicle ran into a rock. It was thought the driver might be intoxicated. The driver left the scene. The man was known.
Saturday, Aug. 24
Fell over at the bar
In Portola, a businessperson requested medical aid for a fall victim in a bar. Eastern Plumas Health Care and Eastern Plumas Fire responded.
Difficulties with the young
In Portola, someone reported hearing a man and some children screaming. The caller couldn’t make out what was being said. A deputy contacted a man and a woman who said they were just having difficulties with their young children.
Making a lot of noise
In Chester, a caller reported a loud party. A deputy contacted a man who was counseled about the noise.
On Highway 89, 3 miles south of Sierraville, a caller reported a large rock in the northbound lane. The information was transferred to the CHP.
On Frenchman Lake, the boat patrol reported that a man was cited for being in violation of a boating regulation.
On Highway 70 at Quarry Road near Keddie, a caller reported that a motorcycle was down. The information was transferred to CHP. PDH and Quincy Fire were paged. CHP reported that the rider had minor road rash and declined medical.
Dog guarding wrong house
In Quincy, a caller reported that a loose dog wouldn’t allow her to leave her residence. A deputy reported that the dog was locked up at its own residence. The information was transferred to animal control for a follow up. The reporting party called a second time and said the dog was out again. The dog was transported to the animal shelter.
Just east of the Lassen Peak Trail, a caller reported seeing smoke about 10 miles east of the trail head. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Parked car hit
In Portola, a caller reported that a vehicle hit her parked car in front of her house. No one was injured. The information was transferred to CHP. A second caller reported that his vehicle was drivable and out of the roadway. The parties exchanged insurance information.
Vegetation fire reported
On Highway 395, a caller reported that a large vegetation fire was started by someone setting off a model rocket. It was growing. The information was transferred to SIFC. Multiple 911 calls were received. The information was also transferred to Lassen County Sheriff’s Office. A caller said she saw a pickup, an SUV and another pickup with multiple parties target practicing in the area about 30 minutes earlier. That information was also transferred to SIFC. It was then reported that an RV was on a Bureau of Land Management road with a dead battery and the driver was unable to get out. The road was approximately 2 miles south of the Red Rock Road. CHP was notifying a unit. SIFC was involved and Sierra Valley and Beckwourth fire were notified.
In Johnsville, a caller reported things were stolen from their property.
In the La Porte area, a caller reported that trespassers were on Soper Wheeler property in the Tooms Creek area. Someone went through a gate and then drove across the property to get to a lake. They were asked to leave and caused an argument before leaving.
In the West Shore Lake Almanor area, a caller reported a bicycle accident with head injuries. The victim was still in the roadway. The call was transferred to SIFC. The patient was transported by helicopter to a hospital.
In Greenville, dispatch received an abandoned call. Dispatch then left a message. A caller reported that a child was at their residence saying that his parents physically abused him. The child was staying with the reporting party until a deputy could contact them. The deputy learned that the story the child told was untrue. No crime occurred.
On the Warner Valley Road near Chester, CHP requested assistance with a vehicle rollover in the area of High Bridge. The occupants left the scene and were picked up by someone in a Dodge. CHP needed assistance in locating the parties. They also needed assistance at the scene because multiple people were arriving at the scene and seemed distraught. The information was also given to SIFC. Three men were involved, one with a hurt hand. They were possibly speaking Russian.
In the Lake Almanor area, a caller requested medical assistance for a male with difficulty breathing because he had something stuck in his throat. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Near Greenville, a caller said she could hear about 16 gunshots coming from an area known as the Boneyard. It sounded like a .22. A second reported came in. A sergeant reported looking in the area and was unable to locate anyone shooting.
Camp chair did it
From the Northshore Campground at Lake Almanor, dispatch received an abandoned call. Dispatch called back and talked to a man who said he put his phone down in a cup holder in his camp chair. It held down the SOS button. He said he was fine. A deputy also spoke to the man.
Move that car
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone in a car with Montana plates was parked almost in the road in front of an address. The car had been there for three days. The caller hadn’t seen anyone around it, but it had almost been hit several times. The information was transferred to CHP.
Near Quincy, a caller reported seeing a fire near Crystal Lake on the backside of Mt. Hough. The caller thought it had been burning for about 30 minutes. The information was transferred to USFS. A sergeant checked the area and found no suspicious activity or fire. USFS was waiting to hear from their person at the lookout tower.
Man in a white flannel shirt
In Quincy, it was reported that a male was in front of a store near a wrecked pickup. He was leaning on it and appeared to have been drinking. It looked like he had urinated on himself. He was wearing a white flannel shirt. A deputy didn’t find any intoxicated persons.
In Portola, a caller said that her sister’s boyfriend tried to hit her while she was there. He was yelling at her and he had been drinking. Everyone was separated. A deputy contacted the caller and provided the proper temporary restraining order information.
Friday, Aug. 23
No shots, no school
In Portola, a caller requested a welfare check on a child that wasn’t attending school. A deputy reported that the child is fine but hasn’t had his/her immunizations to start school.
Check on pooch
In Portola, a caller said a dog was in the back of a house and was whining and possibly hurt. The information was given to the deputies.
Up on the rooftop
In Portola, a caller said that for the past few days some juveniles were running across his roof after school. Extra patrol checks were requested.
Possible squatters noted
In Greenville, a caller reported that squatters might be at his rental property. A deputy said the residence was secure and there were no signs of forced entry. No one was inside the residence.
Abandoned camping trailer
Near Greenville, a caller reported that someone abandoned a camping trailer alongside North Valley Road. It was left there during the night. The information was transferred to CHP.
Painting up the town
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone stole a paint sprayer from a job site at Bucks.
In Quincy, a businessperson reported that a transformer blew up and is on fire. PDH and Quincy Fire responded. A deputy and PG&E were also notified.
Person needs trespassing
In Chester, a deputy reported that a businessperson requested that a woman be trespassed from a store. The deputy said the trespass warning was given.
At Frenchman Lake, boat patrol personnel reported towing a jet ski and a juvenile to the Frenchman Campground.
Saw the whole thing
In Portola, a businessperson reported a vehicle accident between two vehicles. It was non-injury. The parties were on scene. They were in the middle of the roadway. The reporting party witnessed the incident. CHP was handling the incident.
Mad at the hospital staff
In Portola, a caller said a man was in the parking lot and was irate and cussing at the emergency room staff. The man reportedly had gang related tattoos. The man attempted to check himself in, but then went outside to the parking lot and was yelling at his wife for 15 minutes on the phone. Then the reporting party said the suspect was in the ER and wanted a deputy to respond. A deputy said the man agreed to keep the peace.
Injured osprey reported
At Lake Almanor, a caller reported finding an injured osprey. The information was transferred to fish and wildlife. The reporting party called back to say that fish and wildlife wouldn’t help him. The information was transferred to the Tahoe Wildlife Care group.
Out of the vehicle and running
Southbound on Highway 395 across from the Long Valley agriculture inspection station, CHP was requested and a fire department paged for an unusual incident. A vehicle was on the shoulder of the highway in the grass. It coasted there and was apparently unoccupied. It went across both lanes of the highway after the driver had jumped out. It was still running. CHP was worried about a fire hazard. There was no word on what happened to the driver.
In Chester, it was reported that someone was having problems with the neighbor’s son. The reporting part said he yelled and swore at her granddaughter when she walked by and was harassing her. A deputy spoke to the reporting party.
The little black dog wasn’t on the porch
In Quincy, a caller reported that a little black dog got out and ran in and out of traffic on the highway. The information was transferred to animal control.
In Quincy, it was reported that someone thought a man was going to break in. A deputy said everything was fine at the residence.
Disturbing the peace
In Quincy, a caller complained that college kids were in a house disturbing the peace. A deputy said there wasn’t a disturbance that once again the music was coming from two businesses. The deputy contacted someone and he agreed to turn down the music.
Trouble at the lookout
At the Red Rock Lookout in the Portola area, a caller said that someone in a Toyota was acting suspicious. The person pulled into his spot where he was camping and started asking him for things. When the reporting party told him to leave, he went up the road. The reporting party was concerned he will keep coming back. A sergeant contacted the reporting party who thought the suspect was spotlighting animals. Fish and wildlife was called.
Thursday, Aug. 22
In the Canyon Dam area, a caller said he could see a fire down the hill about 1.5 miles from Seneca Road. The information was transferred to SIFC. A second caller reported that it was 1 mile near Seneca Road. The information was transferred to the USFS. A third call came in to dispatch. USFS said the fire was contained.
Oven is burning
In Portola, a caller reported that her oven caught fire. She was getting everyone out of the house. Eastern Plumas Fire responded.
Near Belden, a caller said she lives and works at the campground and someone keeps harassing her. She asked to speak to a deputy. It was at the Caribou Crossroads Campground. A deputy contacted everyone and a man was given a trespass warning.
At the Lake Almanor Peninsula, a caller reported that a burglary was in progress. A sedan was at the residence right then. Someone in a van and a truck went through the security gate saying they were renters moving out. CHP reported that one of their officers lived in the area and does have movers. It wasn’t that house, according to the reporting party. The information was given to a deputy to contact the caller. A CHP officer arrived to provide cover. A deputy said everything was fine. A cleaning crew was there.
Someone causing problems
In Delleker, a caller reported that his daughter was causing a disturbance. CHP was coming from Vinton. A deputy reported the family said the subject agreed to leave.
Someone needs help
In Chester, a caller reported that someone was calling for help in an alley. It sounded like the person was stuck in her wheelchair. The information was transferred to SIFC.
High elevation situation
In the La Porte area, a caller said he was 25 feet in the air and locked out of his residence. The information was transferred to CalFire in Grass Valley.
Can’t take her home
In the Greenville area, a caller said a family member was trying to take over her house. She requested a deputy. A deputy spoke to everyone and explained the proper civil procedures to use.
In Belden, a caller said they were having an issue with a man who wouldn’t leave. He was running around naked and was attempting to steal stuff from the kitchen that morning. Some other people reported that some things were missing from their tents. The suspect drives a Mini Cooper and was parked by the USFS gate. Deputies spoke to the man who had gotten dressed and was on USFS property. He agreed to move on. He was given a trespass warning.
Pass on double lines
On Bucks Lake Road near Quincy, a caller said that someone in a Jeep was passing over the double yellow lines. The information was transferred to CHP.
In Quincy, a caller reported the theft of a bicycle trailer.
More people speeding
Near Quincy, a caller reported that more vehicles were speeding down her street. She said it was an ongoing problem. The information was transferred to CHP.
Fire reported, some place
From Sierra County, someone received information from Grass Valley that a fire was possibly in Portola. Sierra County talked to a woman who said she was on Highway 70. She saw a sign that said she was heading toward Downieville. She was not headed to Reno, but to Grand Junction. She said she didn’t go through Portola. She was encouraged to call 911 and that way the call would go to the correct dispatch center. Then it was thought she might be calling from Colorado because there is a Downieville on Highway 70 outside of Denver. The information was passed on to Plumas dispatch and USFS.
In Quincy, a caller reported that several adults were trespassing in a field. They had crawled through the fence. A sergeant was unable to find them.
Not going to school
In Portola, a caller reported that three children weren’t going to school. The caller didn’t think they were being home schooled. It was possible there was drug use in the home. A deputy spoke to a woman and the children would be in school starting the next day.
In Chester, someone reported that a person was trespassing at a business. A deputy reported that the person was trespassed from there.
Near Quincy, a woman said she was followed by a man when she was driving from Mt Hough. She was going into town and she was afraid. A sergeant spoke to her.
Wednesday, Aug. 21
In Belden, a caller reported the theft of a backpack and other things from a tent.
In Quincy, a caller reported that she received a scam call from someone telling her that her social security number had been compromised. She called them and gave them her social security number. The number was in Ohio.
In Quincy, a caller reported that she was afraid of her neighbor. The neighbor had been saying bad things against her around Quincy. A deputy spoke to the reporting party. She said she is afraid that the woman in question was going to hurt her.
Bad driver reported
Eastbound on Highway 70, 2 miles from the Greenville Wye, someone reported that a Trailblazer was all over the road and into the other lane. The information was transferred to CHP.
Unusual objects found
In Portola, a businessperson reported that there was a wheel chair on the sidewalk with a black box next to it. The person was going to the hospital to see if it belongs there.
Lost the boat key
At West Shore Lake Almanor, a caller said he lost the key to his boat and needed a tow to get back to his vehicle. The boat patrol reported that the man found his keys.
In Quincy, an animal control officer reported citing a woman who was charged with various animal code violations.
Suspicious situations at school
A caller reported some suspicious circumstances at one of the schools. Students were reportedly selling drugs and were reported to have broken into some homes. It was reported that they have a firearm. A deputy was investigating the situation. The deputy contacted someone who said she only heard about the situations. It supposedly happened during the summer and someone took a TV and a rifle. The subject wouldn’t provide any further information.
No place to camp
In Quincy on the bike path, a deputy received a report of illegal camping. The deputy was unable to locate a person, but located several abandoned items.
Driving too fast
In Quincy, a caller reported that someone was driving at 50 mph in a residential area. The information was transferred to CHP.
Near Greenville, a caller said a man came along and took her phone and charger. She requested that a deputy help her get it back. The woman located her phone in the couch.
In Portola, a caller reported that a woman caused problems and then threatened him. Everyone was separated. A deputy explained to the caller how to get a temporary restraining order.
At a business in the Lake Almanor area, a caller requested an ambulance for a man who fell down. He hit his head and kept passing out. The information was transferred to SIFC.
Cross traffic reports issue
In Quincy, dispatch heard CHP cross traffic about a fight. A sergeant said the couple was arguing.