Sheriff’s Notepad: September 24 to September 29-Pramas News

2021-12-16 09:00:53 By : Ms. Susan Feng

The information in Sheriff's Blotter is collected from the schedule log provided by Plumas County Sheriff's Office. No names are reported. Before being proven guilty, the arrested person should be presumed innocent.

The following is a summary of the events on September 24-27

1:57 AM Portola. CHP forwarded the 911 call. The caller reported that some form of family quarrel was taking place. The first caller said that they are okay now, but an argument broke out earlier. It started as a verbal quarrel, and then they fell. Then, the second caller connected and said that his son was attacking him, but that his son was running away. The caller said he was bleeding but refused medical assistance. It is recommended that the caller stay separated until the deputy arrives at the scene, and then the line is disconnected. No weapons were reported. At 2:05 in the morning, a deputy tried to contact but no one answered and could not leave the voice mailbox. At 3:11 in the morning, a deputy suggested to contact all relevant parties. All parties are intoxicated. The deputy said that there was a conflict between the two callers. On each participating party, the two often fight. Both refused medical assistance. One subject said that he would seek medical treatment by himself for stitches. Both parties were reluctant and did not cooperate with their deputies.

5:48 am Quincy. A caller reported that a car crashed outside her house. This car is a gray Dodge Journey with only one passenger. The vehicle turned over on the driver's side and the injury was unknown. At 5:51 in the morning, the Quincy fire was paged and the helicopter requested to go to the Plumas District Hospital. Care flight 4 has been accepted, estimated arrival time is 7:03 am

At 6:15 am the last chance is lost. The caller reported a sudden fire, and a tree was on fire. The caller also reported a safety issue, that a large rock was blocked by a charred tree root in the same area. The caller said it was not on the road, but on the hillside. At 6:31 in the morning, the second caller reported that the same tree was on fire.

10:28 am Meadow Valley. The caller reported that someone was shooting, but worried that they would hunt ahead of time. The caller is provided with the number of Fish and Wildlife.

12:09 pm Portola. The caller reported a single-person car accident on Highway 70/89. The driver was outside the car and his injuries were unknown. A small fire broke out near the vehicle and it has now been extinguished. 12:13 pm Graeagle Fire and Eastern Plumas hospitals were summoned. The caller was contacted at 12:25 pm and informed that there was no vehicle accident at the location. The caller said that he thought he was in that position, but he was on A23/Hwy 70. The information was passed on to the unit that came in. At 12:12 pm, a 911 call came from Highway 70/A23, reporting that the vehicle had collided with a deer. The vehicle emits smoke. Ask the fire to continue to respond.

12:12 pm Portola. The caller reported the vehicle and deer accident. The vehicle emits smoke. All parties are fine, but the fire request continues to respond.

3:14 PM Quincy. A caller reported smelling a leak of propane in the house. The caller said that she and two other family members are still in the house. They were advised to leave the residence. 3:16 PM Quincy Fire was summoned. At 3:33 pm, the firepower assisted to complete.

4:27 pm Bucks Lake. The caller reported that someone was in her cabin, and the suspect was unknown. The caller said that nothing was lost, but the subject left his personal belongings, and the belongings in the residence have moved around. 4:52 pm The caller reported that another cabin had been broken into. Another said that everything was normal about four days ago. The caller reported missing more items: a knife, a polo tie with a stone in the middle, and a leather belt. The caller requested to speak with someone further.

4:11 PM Quincy. A caller reported that an unidentified woman entered her yard and put her belongings on the table. The caller said she was too scared to see what these items were. The incident occurred around 3:30 pm. The subject is a white female wearing a tie-dye dress, with a slim build and blond hair. At 4:46 pm, an agent injured the foot of the subject who was sitting in front of the caller's residence and hitchhiked to the hospital.

4:27 PM Quincy. A caller reported that after a civil disagreement, a subject working on his property threatened to harm the horses on the property and asked to speak with his deputy. At 4:56 pm, a deputy talked to the caller and the person involved, and both parties expressed a dispute. No criminal threats have been reported. The agent provided proper civil procedures.

6:55 PM Quincy. A caller reported that the antlers from his home were stolen. At 7:42 pm, a deputy spoke to the caller and reported that there was no theft, but requested additional patrols in the area. 1:44 am Sergeant reports that multiple patrol inspections have been completed.

7:56 PM Quincy. A caller reported that there was a bicycle collision 3/4 mile from Big Creek Rd. In Toyota Tacoma. Two subjects are still in the car. 8:23 pm The ambulance can board directly. It was in a ditch uphill without obvious scars.

Tiny guarded the fortress

Quincy at 8:50 in the evening. The caller reported a suspicious vehicle, the door opened, and there was a person in the vehicle alone, about one and a half years old. The child has been alone for about 30 minutes. The caller said that she entered the company to look for the parents of the children, and the parents caused a lot of commotion. The vehicle is a silver van, and the subject’s parents are known. At 9:12 in the evening, when the deputy arrived, the subjects were all gone. The agent tried to contact the caller, but no one answered and could not leave the voice mailbox. The deputy police officer inspected the company and reported that there was "no crime."

11:02 PM Quincy. A caller from Evergreen Trailer Park reported that he was notified that a subject had started some form of loud quarrel, and then drove an orange pickup truck to leave at high speed, probably drunk, but the caller was not sure . The theme may be along Blackhawk Rd. 23:08 pm The second caller reported that the subject is now driving to Blackhawk Rd. At a very high speed. This information has been sent to CHP.

9:37 AM County Barn. Yesterday at 2:30 pm, a caller reported a subject of his property to the film crew. The caller stated that the subject was driving a black SUV with an unknown agency logo and CA exemption license plate on the side. PG&E has been performing in the area, and security personnel reported the incident to him. The caller said he wanted file information, but he did not allow the subject to enter his property.

12:45 pm Portola. A caller reported that a loose dog, a husky, and a brown pitbull killed his cat. Dog owners are well known. The caller obtained animal control information. At 2:53 pm, the animal control department advised the dog owner to leave a violation notice on the door and will follow up on September 27.

2:28 PM Chilkut. A caller reported a verbal argument with four subjects on the ATV speeding on the road. The caller stated that the objects are now gone, but requested to report speeding because this is an ongoing problem.

3:08 PM Gregor. A caller reported that a drunk driver was sitting on a black Toyota pickup with a box in the back.

4:10 PM Karpin. A caller said that an 84-year-old man had a rollover in Snake Lake west of Jinhu Lake, with a lacerated head and possibly broken ribs. Subject is alert and breathing in the Ford Mustang.

4:38 PM Portola. A caller said that a suspect had just drove past her residence and drove her off speeding. She is requesting information from the file. At 5:10 pm, a police officer contacted the suspect. The suspect was upset that the caller had been speeding on the road and wanted to consult her. All parties have accepted the consultation and the information has been archived. At 4:39 pm the caller reported that the subject was yelling at her and was following her in a silver Toyota van. Track the progress of the vehicle via mobile ping.

7:12 p.m. Chester. CHP asked for help because they did not have a unit for female subjects in the area, telling her that she thought she was drugged. She was stopped by a pickup truck. Medical treatment is on the way. At 8:32 in the evening, Seneca asked for assistance with the patient because she was uncooperative.

8:34 p.m. Greenville. One caller stated that her roommate had been taking pictures of her bedroom and all her belongings and behaving suspiciously and harassing her. At 10:07 pm, an agent contacted the caller requesting file information. The deputy provided information on the appropriate temporary restraining order procedures.

8:56 PM Quincy. A caller reported that three teenagers were riding in the area on battery-powered tricycles. The caller said that someone seemed to be holding a BB gun, and the caller heard a bang. The subject was seen leaving the front hall from Circle Dr. in an unknown direction for the last time. All subjects are dressed in black with a black hat on their heads. At 9:34 in the evening, a deputy inspected the area but was unable to locate the suspect.

If I had a hammer... I would not break into the museum

12:03 AM Quincy. The caller reported that someone broke into the museum. He was awakened by the sound of broken glass. The caller said he would appear outside the library in a camouflage jacket with a ball cap. The caller said that he believed someone was still in the building; he thought he could hear someone walking on the broken glass. The second caller reported that there was a sound of broken glass coming from the museum. The caller is currently at the scene. The box was smashed, the gun box was smashed, I don't know what was missing. 1:00 pm A museum official called to inform them that they had found a hammer that did not belong to the museum.

12:37 am Quincy. A caller reported that there was a RV fire in Thunder Alley and there was no one around. The caller said it was an abandoned RV. Quincy Fire was summoned. A deputy confirmed that the RV was completely swallowed. At 2:07 in the morning, the Quincy Fire Department notified that the fire had been extinguished. The caller said he had a video for his deputy.

Theft and vandalism at the airport

1:41 PM Quincy. A deputy reported that the windows of multiple hangars at the airport were broken and they needed to clean up some buildings. At 1:53 in the morning, a sergeant said that Fire requested assistance in handling the propane leak. This line seems to be cut. 2:08 am Propane shuts down. Sierra Energy left a message about the destruction of the line. The report arrived late at 6:19 in the morning: all buildings were inspected and no objects were inside. A car was broken into at the aforementioned location and the window of a federal government truck was broken. Multiple hanger windows were smashed, and a car may be stolen.

1:54 AM Quincy. The caller reported that someone broke into the hardware store.

3:09 AM Quincy. A caller reported that there was a man with a machete outside. She could see the man in East Quincy. The caller said it was behind O'Reilly's, then behind the bowling alley, and then the East Main Center above Mill Creek. The caller is not very clear about the location and changed it many times. The call was interrupted and the operator could not reconnect.

To the source

4:03 AM Quincy. A caller expressed his gratitude for the help of the propane leak at the old Sierra Energy/BP gas station. Quincy Fire was summoned. 4:20 am It is recommended that the line be closed. The fuel tank belongs to Ferrell Gas, which is likely to belong to Wild Hair Design on Main St. 4:30 am A message was sent to Ferrell Gas. At 7:04 in the morning, Ferrer Gas contacted again and stated that they were responding.

12:25 pm Greenville. A caller said that she had just been assaulted by her boyfriend. The caller said that the other party caught her by the throat and threw her to the ground. At 12:29 pm, the caller is now at the neighbor's house, safe, and refuses to receive treatment. The parties are separate. At 1:44 pm, a deputy said that the victim refused to seek medical attention, but would be transported to the emergency room for injuries.

2:18 pm Taylorsville. A caller reported that a vegetation fire had occurred at the end of Mt. Hough/Crystal Lake Rd. Threatening her residence by Mt. Hough. This is not a house fire. The Indian Valley Fire and Crescent Mill Fire were summoned. At 2:25 in the afternoon, the two departments were paged again, but there was no response. At 2:34 pm, the spread was reported to be slow. Residents have put out the fire, and it is recommended to cancel the Quincy Fire. The USFS engine is on the way.

3:37 PM Quincy. A man was arrested on Hwy. 70/Hunt and Sons was charged with receiving stolen goods and breaching probation.

Say that's not the case

4:53 PM Quincy. A caller reported seeing smoke in the forest above Chandler Rd. Close to the bulldozer production line. The information has been sent to USFS, and USFS said they have installed the engine on the way. The caller said that she saw two subjects running out of the fire. At 5:51 pm, an agent identified the two vehicles and contacted two parties unrelated to the fire or suspicious activity.

The camera is still turning

5:00 pm Drake. A caller requested to speak with a deputy about the road rage incident that occurred yesterday. The caller has a video, and the other party continues to harass her. At 7:22 in the evening, a deputy suggested to close and wait for further contact, which has been processed before.

1:32 am Chester. Dollar General's commercial burglar alarm is detecting movement. At 2:30 in the morning, a deputy contacted the person in charge. He said that the battery was faulty and the store was trying to repair it. The deputy sheriff reported that the building was safe.

7:47 am Quincy. A caller reported that a USFS was stolen from a trailer in a Yamaha store side by side. The vehicle is an orange and black two-seater.

8:37 PM Quincy. A caller reported that several items from the truck were stolen: 4 binders, 4 wrapping papers, and 1 cheating tube. A detective made a criminal report.

10:07 am Greenville. A caller reported fraudulent charges in his account, which appeared to be from Evergreen Market. The loss was approximately US$120. At 3:02 pm, a deputy advised the caller to request file information. The bank cancelled three transactions without losing any funds.

10:15 am Genesee. A caller reported that there was a fire in the grass and slowly moved towards her house. 800 feet away from her home. Her family is now working hard to put out the fire. 10:18 am The signal is not good and the line is broken. Attempted to call USFS dispatch multiple times but did not answer. At 10:20 am, the message is forwarded to the USFS dispatch mobile phone.

10:53 am Quincy. A caller reported that a man stood on his porch yelling swear words to a neighbor, which was an ongoing problem of an unknown subject. 11:15 am During the argument with himself, the subject was "okay", and his daughter took care of him on the spot.

11:30 am Quincy. The caller reported the harassment from the subject through social media. The caller said that the other party threatened to kill her and her husband. The subject is known to live in Florida, and the subject's social security number is provided. The caller asks the agent to contact. The caller was contacted at 5:06 pm and reported that she no longer needed help and requested that the information be archived.

1:19 PM Portola. A caller reported that the Mariner Finance Company of Roseville, California sent them an advertisement for a $2,500 loan. The caller responded to the advertisement and deposited $2,500 into his bank account. The caller said that he could not find any contact information or company address to pay the loan. The contact information listed on Google is invalid or inaccurate. It is recommended that the caller also contact the Roseville Police Department. 2:12 pm A deputy suggested not to commit a crime. This is an offer that the caller voluntarily accepted and suggested that the subject contact the Roseville Police Department.

2:19 pm A caller reported that her paddle board was stolen. She noticed it was missing on September 19th. It is white with aqua/neon stripes. The caller said it was stolen from a box next to Dogwood Ct. Residential.

2:29 PM Quincy. A caller reported that at 3pm on September 25, a slow-moving white pickup truck was driving on Karen Street. The caller said it was suspicious.

Big man, big man, burning flame

4:39 pm Lake Davis. A caller reported that 3-4 tree stumps were on fire 3-4 miles away from the Bull Guard. The guard went to Walker Mine on Davis Lake Road, next to the driveway; there were flames and smoke.

5:11 pm Greenville. A caller reported property damage to her residence due to known objects: vehicle dents, hammock and wind chimes. The caller said that she lives in the residence with the subject. At 6:24 pm, the caller replied that the subject had put a padlock on the back door and stole the key to her house. 6:37 pm Subject called and said he was going to the residence to feed the animals. The subject stated that the original caller had received an eviction notice. The subject stated that he would not stay in the residence until the caller moved out. At 9:51pm, the agent tried to contact the caller, but no one answered. Left a message. At 10:23 in the evening, the deputy contacted the caller, who said that there was no theft and did not want the deputy to contact the person. Provides civil procedures.

5:45 pm Quincy. One subject was arrested for petty theft in Mountain Craft Landscaping.

6:08 PM Greenville. A caller reported two objects at the property, and they said they were looking for rocks. The caller said that these people also took small items from the house. The caller said that she did not request to contact her deputy, but wanted to conduct additional patrol inspections. The vehicle is a white Chevrolet truck. The subjects are male and female. 8:04 pm No vehicles matching the description were found in the area. Delegates will continue to pay attention.

6:16 PM Meadow Valley. The caller reported that a drunk driver was driving a black Ford Focus with a flat rear passenger tire.

U.S. Valley Circuit at the fairground

9:06 PM Quincy. A caller reported that there was a drag racing on Golden Eagle Avenue that had just turned into the expressway. 70.

1:12 AM Quincy. The caller reported that there were two or three suspicious men wandering around 76 and Sierra Energy. At 1:24 in the morning, a deputy informed that the suspect had left after arriving.

7:57 PM Mohawk. The caller requested to speak with an agent about landlord and tenant disputes. At 8:16 in the morning, a deputy advised the caller to obtain file information, saying that his dog had gone out and his landlord locked it up overnight instead of returning the dog.

Casting for the Halloween recording meeting at 8 a.m.

8:22 am Quincy. East of Quincy, a caller said that she could hear a man screaming near her residence. She didn't know where it came from, but she could only hear it. At 8:45 in the morning, an agent was unable to locate and contact the caller who only requested profile information.

Can't we get along well?

9:44 am on the Almano Lake Peninsula. The caller requested to speak with his deputy about the continued harassment of the neighbors. 3:45 pm The caller called back, still waiting for the deputy's call. At 4:47 pm, a deputy suggested providing civil proceedings.

11:07 am Portola. The caller reported that the license plate was stolen. I don't know when it was stolen, but in the last week, there was only the backboard.

12:19 pm Portola. The caller reported that someone broke into his residence and lost several items.

12:36 PM Quincy. The caller requested a welfare check on the person who threatened suicide. The caller believes that the subject is single and living alone. She is currently in contact with their office. The caller said that the subject sounds like it has been affected, but it is unknown. The threat was to jump off the bridge, no other weapons were mentioned. At 1 pm, an agent tried to contact the victim and left a message. At 1:11 pm, a detective talked to the subject. The subject was drunk and insisted that she did not need help. She was upset just because of a collector.

12:41 PM Quincy. The caller reported that a victim had just withdrawn $2,000, and now she can't find it. She is in the bank and wants to withdraw more money. 12:59 pm The second caller left her name and number. At 1:49 pm, an agent suggested referring to the lost property report. The victim suffers from advanced dementia. The deputy talked to the family and forwarded the report.

At 1:41 pm, a caller reported that she had left the car at an acquaintance's house. When she went to pick up the car, the car broke down. The caller requested a call back. At 4:13 pm, a deputy suggested that this is a civil issue and no further help was provided.

The other side of the coin

At 1:51 pm, a caller reported that he had just seen on his video surveillance camera that a person he knew had removed a vehicle that did not belong to her from his property. The vehicle belonged to a deceased known person. The topic had passed before he returned home. At 4:11 pm, a deputy suggested that this was a civil issue and no further help was provided.

2:10 pm Chester. A caller reported that Best Western was smoking. Multiple calls have reported a fire in Best Western. At 2:24 pm, a firefighter informed of a structural fire in the attic and asked law enforcement agencies to conduct traffic control. They will call CHP for help.

The last house in the block

2:45 PM Greenville. A caller reported that her neighbor in the Green Meadows apartment vandalized her car. The caller asked to call, and the deputy should not come to her house. At 8:32 in the evening, a deputy suggested to contact the caller and provide civil procedures.

3:12 PM Portola. A caller reported that a suspicious couple was walking on the road. The female has a dark eye and constantly tries to push away the male. Did not see the weapon. The man has long black hair and is wearing a white T-shirt and jeans. The female has blonde hair and there is no more information. At 3:34 pm, a deputy contacted the subject and advised against domestic violence, and drove the couple to the Beckworth trailer.

3:24 PM Greenville. A caller reported that a pile of chips caught fire on the north side of the road about 100 yards from his home. The caller said that the entire area was covered by chips, and he was very worried. The Indian Valley Fire and Crescent Mill Fire were summoned. The information has been sent to USFS and a deputy is on the way. 4:28 pm to assist in completion.

4:41 PM Lake Armano. A caller reported that people were burning a bunch of slashes in their houses.

3:59 PM Portola. A caller reported that her niece had passed away and she was worried about her dog. Subject lives alone. Her brother may live in Portola. At 5:46 pm, a deputy was talking to a roommate, and he said that the dog was also dead.

How to be your best friend

4:14 PM Quincy. A caller reported that someone he knew had a heated argument with himself on his front porch. There are no weapons or other people around. At 4:42 pm, the subject was arrested for being publicly drunk.

5:38 PM Crescent Mill. A caller reported to her home that it might have been vandalized. The caller is a seasonal resident. At 8:49 in the evening, a deputy stated that the forest service department had cut down a tree and removed the firewood. The deputy suggested that this is a civil issue.

5:54 PM Greenville. A caller reported that there were unattended burning piles in Alta camp. The Indian Valley fire was summoned. At 6:15 pm, the Indian Valley Fire requested the agent to carry out possible loud interference and illegal garbage incineration. At 7:06 pm, a deputy suggested that an unknown teenager be hired to clean up the property, and lit a pile of pine needles and left the property before the deputy arrived. The information is passed to the day shift and watch out for the teenagers. The information was faxed to Chester.

6:00 pm Crescent Mill. A caller reported that property was found in a storage room, including a previously stolen "Hideaway" sign.

6:29 pm Taylorsville. A caller reported that a bear was hit and is now in the ditch and needs to be dispatched. The caller said he would call fish and game.

6:57 PM Quincy. The caller reported that someone had hit her car. The vehicle is still on Pioneer Road.

7:18 PM Quincy. The caller reported that a suspicious man was checking the car at Jinpan Motel. The subject was last seen wearing a navy blue shirt and shorts. At 7:45 in the evening, a deputy could not find the suspect.

7:29 PM Quincy. A caller reported that her travel trailer was parked behind the prison and it appeared that someone was trying to light it. On September 27, a burned sweatshirt and a sock were found near the tire. The tire was damaged by heat and was impacted. The incident was reported to the prison sergeant, but was not dispatched until now.

7:54 PM Portola. The caller reported that a man near the Gulling baseball stadium yelled for help and dialed 911. The caller does not know why he needs help or who he is. There is no description, and I don’t know if there are any weapons. At 8:17 in the evening, a deputy contacted several people in a temporary camp near the field. They said that this was a drunk man. The deputy will try to find him. At 8:37 in the evening, the deputy suggested that he contact the person who initially admitted to request medical treatment, but he did not refuse. Subject has a "nanny" with him. There is nothing further.

8:47 PM Quincy. A caller reported that two suspicious men were wandering in the Quincy Timber/Feather Press parking lot, carrying a "tool kit" and driving a white car or a white or silver pickup truck. No further identifying information was provided. When she yelled, the suspect drove away. The caller only requests the information on the file at this time, and will call back if they return.

At 9:16 in the evening, Drake. A caller reported that their stove blew up his girlfriend. All parties are outside the trailer. The woman is awake, breathing, but has burns. There is currently no flame. The caller also reported a bitter quarrel with the park owner. All parties are separate. The second caller reported that the woman had a fierce verbal argument with her, and the caller was not sure of the reason. The caller reported that the woman reported that the propane furnace had exploded. The Eastern Plamas fire was summoned to the hospital. At 9:28 in the evening, the medical staff requested a nursing flight, and the estimated time of arrival was at 9:44 in the evening to request a second ambulance. 9:38 pm Care Flight and the second ambulance were cancelled. There was no fire in the area at 10:02 pm. 12:22 am A deputy said that the fire was caused by the aerosol canister being too close to the gas stove. The deputy police chief said that the fire requested help because the victim had a fight with the landlord.

10:06 PM Quincy. A subject was arrested for driving and holding a loaded gun on the west side of Cemetery Hill, Hwy. 70.

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