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Sheriff’s Blotter April 24: A very interesting Monday


Information in the Sheriff’s Blotter is gathered from the dispatch logs provided by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office. No individual’s names are reported. And those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.

The following is a summary of activity for April 24

April 24

Still dark

4:37 a.m. Chilcoot. A caller reports her boyfriend is possibly self-harming. He texts her saying he is feeling self-destructive and the devil on his shoulder is telling him to jump. The cellphone number is unknown. The caller texted him on Facebook. There are unknown weapons, no drugs, unknown behavioral health history. She Facetimed the subject and saw that he is at the “Frenchman Pass” turnout on Frenchman Lake Road. The subject’s age and name were provided. He is possibly on drugs and his vehicle was described with Nevada plates. The last message she got from the subject was at 4:02 a.m. saying he loved her. She has tried calling and messaging him since with no answer. 4:55 a.m. The information was sent along to CHP, but no unit is on until 5:30 a.m. Attempted to contact the subject but there is no answer. 5:07 a.m. Checked for possible records with Washoe County Sheriff’s Office and Reno Police Department, no records. 6:42 a.m. CHP advises unable to locate the subject or vehicle. 7:16 a.m. There was no response from the caller.

Morning fog

6:40 a.m. Chester. A caller reports a reckless driver. It is a dark KIA SUV driven by a female driver. The information was transferred to CHP.

Before coffee

6:48 a.m. Quincy. A caller reports a mean aggressive dog came after her while walking on Lawrence Street. The dog is a Rottweiler and charged at her and her dog. The aggressive dog is now running on Lawrence. It is unknown where the dog lives.

Scattered bits

9:22 a.m. Chester. A 911 call came in from a female saying that a male is causing a disturbance and the line disconnected. Called the female back and she is not requesting a response and did not want to provide any information. The phone number comes back to a known male subject. 10:22 a.m. A second hang up was received from the number and the location was pinged. 10:33 a.m. A third 911 call came in from the number asking if we give out car seats for small children. The female caller was saying there was no disturbance, made comments about a known subject yelling at her a few days ago, rambling about who could help her get a car seat. She also said she wants to start a non-profit to help women and children.

Seeking recovery

10:03 a.m. Quincy. A caller reports lost property at an unknown location. The subject lost a black hemp wallet with an orange stripe. The wallet contains a student identification card and bank card.

Boundary clarification

10:41 a.m. Quincy. Probation reports the arrest of a male subject on the charge of probation violation.

Tit for tat improves sales for local business sales

12:55 p.m. Greenville. Indian Valley Community Services District reports that someone cut a lock on a gate near Spirit Springs Road. 2:12 p.m. A detective advises it is a civil issue. A known female subject cut the lock, the gate is on her property. IVCSD was advised. They must give her a key to the lock and they have not. 3:28 p.m. The detective contacted the female subject who said that IVCSD had cut off her lock, so she cut theirs.

Taking it on the road

1:15 p.m. Lake Almanor. A caller is requesting a golf cart inspection to make sure it is street legal. 1:23 p.m. The caller was transferred to CHP but the caller disconnected.

Everybody’s got an opinion

1:41 p.m. Beckwourth. A caller reports a known female is harassing and chased off workers trying to fix an easement road. The caller is requesting a call back from a deputy. 3:28 p.m. A detective spoke to the male caller. He wants the subject contacted. He will call back with the phone number. 4:50 p.m. A detective contacted all parties and provided proper civil procedures. All parties requested the information be on file.

All who wander, are not lost. But then again, some are

1:54 p.m. Weed. A caller is reporting a missing person, the subject took the car and left from the Motel 6. The known subject left Weed, CA, on Saturday. The subject was on the way to Hwy 5 northbound, and should have been headed southbound, in a silver blue 2001 Toyota Corolla. The caller states the subject possibly has dementia and the license plate was provided. 2:07 p.m. A detective spoke to the caller and referred him to Siskiyou County to file a report. She will go by the subject’s Quincy residence and make sure he is not there. 2:25 p.m. A unit reports seeing the missing subject walking over Cemetery Hill earlier today. 2:54 p.m. A Sgt. contacted the missing subject at the Post Office. He is okay and not missing.

Hopefully everyone got paid on this deal

3:02 p.m. Frenchman Lake. Lassen County Sheriff’s Office received a call from AAA tow saying they have an app for people requesting assistance and received a request from a female subject who is stranded on a snow berm at Frenchman Lake. She is at Big Cove Campground with no phone number or vehicle information shared. 3:11 p.m. Tried calling AAA back for more information. AAA said they will not go to Big Cove Campground. Crescent Tow is the service as of 1:45 p.m. Portola will send a truck up and let us know the outcome. 4:27 p.m. Crescent Tow reported their driver has circled the lake and was unable to locate any vehicles. 5:17 p.m. Spoke with the Crescent Tow driver who said the gates to the campground were locked but he drove around the road two times and did not see anyone. He also looked into the campground from the road and didn’t see any cars there. 5:35 p.m. Per AAA they were able to find a number for the subject with a 775-area code. They attempted to contact the subject but there was no answer, they left a message. They also attempted a text from 911. 5:43 p.m. The female subject returned a call and said that she was able to get out. No further action was needed.

More than a few ruffled feathers

5 p.m. Portola. A caller reports a Rottweiler with no collar attempted to kill her chicken. The dog ran off but the caller’s husband thinks he knows where the dog lives. The caller will give that information to Animal Control and will call back if the dog returns tonight. She will follow up with Animal Control tomorrow. 5:41 p.m. The dog returned and killed two chickens. The dog was aggressive to the caller and was last seen near Gulling Bridge. 6:47 p.m. A unit was unable to locate the dog. The information was faxed to Animal Control.

Firm lines

6:31 p.m. Quincy. A male subject was arrested on a charge of probation violation.

Keeping it clean

6:58 p.m. Greenville. The caller reports she is out of state. Her mother called and said there was a disturbance at the residence because of her daughter-in-law who is possibly under the influence. 7:55 p.m. The female subject was arrested on a charge of under the influence of a controlled substance.

Peeping along

7:56 p.m. Quincy. A caller reports a known male subject with long blond hair on a drivable scooter with a German Shepherd had a dark-colored backpack was riding a scooter down the driveway on Fourth St. and was looking in the windows of the garage. The residence is vacant since the resident owner passed away last year. The caller told the family she would keep an eye on the place. 10:11 p.m. A deputy checked the area and was unable to locate the subject.

Hard hazard

8:43 p.m. Portola. A deputy received a report of a traffic hazard. The hazard is a raised drain in the roadway. 8:53 p.m. The deputy placed cones and will notify the city of the hazard at Fifth and Rio Grand.

Night crawlers

9:29 p.m. Greenville. A caller reports she just arrived home and saw a suspicious male walking away from her apartment. The subject left walking on Wolf Creek Road. The caller was advised we will conduct an extra patrol when in the area. The information was sent to deputies.



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