Details in the Sheriff’s Blotter is collected from the dispatch logs supplied by the Plumas County Sheriff’s Office and compiled by Victoria Metcalf. No individuals’ names are claimed. And individuals arrested really should be presumed innocent until eventually tested guilty.
The pursuing is a summary of the week’s activity from July 6 through July 11.
In this report, the terms RP (reporting occasion), BOLO (be on the lookout) and often HBD (had been ingesting) are employed.
A deputy reported the arrest of a woman who was billed with domestic violence.
A deputy noted the arrest of a person who was charged with possession of managed medicine and a different drug offense.
A deputy documented the arrest of a male who was billed with possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A deputy claimed the arrest of a individual who was billed with driving with a suspended or revoked license, yet another car code violation and probation violation.
The CHP described the arrest of a male who was charged with probation violation and driving beneath the influence of medicines.
A deputy noted the arrest of a male who was billed with domestic battery and assault of a kid underneath 8.
A deputy reported the arrest of a person who was charged with developing a disturbance and domestic violence.
A deputy claimed the arrest of a person who was charged with staying intoxicated.
A deputy described the arrest of a guy who was charged with burglary to a commercial building, malicious vandalism and currently being on parole.
A deputy noted the arrest of a gentleman who was billed with a warrant, probation violation and medication.
A citizen noted the arrest of a woman who was charged with malicious vandalism. The lady claimed that a further female was pulling up crops and destroying her yard.
The CHP noted the arrest of a female who was billed with being under the influence of a controlled material.
The CHP documented the arrest of a guy who was billed with driving below the affect and acquiring a blood alcoholic beverages level of .08 % or larger.
Two men ended up arrested and billed, 1 with probation violation and the 2nd with becoming intoxicated and resisting arrest.
A deputy documented the arrest of a person who was charged with possession of medicine, drug paraphernalia and probation violation.
In close proximity to Quincy on Quincy Junction Street at Galleppi, a caller reported the many juveniles were being working again and forth across the road. A deputy contacted them, and they live in the place.
A caller described looking at smoke on the back side of Claremont Ridge in the vicinity of Quincy. The details was transferred to the USFS.
In the Bear Creek area in close proximity to USFS street 24N28 in the vicinity of Quincy, a caller described that even though hoping to hike out of a mining location with a person they received separated. He reported he was yelling for the other human being and was seeking to lead the target again to his site and then could not listen to him anymore. But then he heard the other individual yelling for assistance and to get assistance. The RP stated he did not know the victim’s area or what took place. The RP reported this happened about two hours before. The data was transferred to lookup and rescue. A deputy was sent to Plumas District Medical center to stand by with the RP. Research and rescue contacted the target who said he was injured. They were being trying to attain him. The sufferer did get out and went to his auto and no further help was needed.
In Chester, a deputy described that a gentleman mentioned a leaf blower was stolen from the bed of his pickup last thirty day period.
In Portola, it was described that an individual hacked into an unemployment on the internet account and took 4 months of payments valued at $9,600. The RP life in Illinois.
On the Graeagle and Johnsville Highway, a caller reported a campfire with three- to 4-foot flames in again of a park. It was mysterious if it was a campsite. Graeagle and Plumas Eureka fire departments ended up paged. The fireplace department documented that it was not a campfire but a faux LED tiki torch.
At Spanish Creek on Oakland Camp Street in the vicinity of Quincy, the CHP asked for help from search and rescue various hrs immediately after a car or truck went into the water at the swimming gap. It was fully submerged. There was a inexperienced sheen in the h2o that was about 30 toes in diameter. OES was notified. Assist was wanted to get the vehicle hooked up for towing. Research and rescue was unable to answer but was doing the job on acquiring personnel there. Environmental health was mindful of the circumstance.
Around Graeagle, a caller claimed owning a newborn duck with a hook in its mouth. Fish and Wildlife mentioned they would not responded but presented a quantity for the Shasta Wildlife group. The RP remaining a voicemail at that agency. Then fish and wildlife stated they would send out another person to assistance.
In Greenville, a caller reported that some of her garments were stolen out of her trailer. She mentioned a group goes to her location each time she leaves. She estimated the reduction at $1,000.
In Quincy, a caller noted the theft of a welder’s helmet in the course of the night.
On McCain Street and Willow Creek around Quincy, a caller claimed getting a smoldering log. The information and facts was transferred to the CHP.
Interfering with fire crew
In the Cresta Electric power Household spot in the Feather River Canyon, it was described that an individual at the powerhouse was flying a drone and interfering with a hearth crew. The information was transferred to the USFS law enforcement officers. The USFS explained they did not have any models in the region.
In the Desk Rock Ridge space, a caller described a flare up. He said he could see what appeared to be flames. The facts was transferred to the USFS.
In Quincy, a caller documented that a person was lighting bottle rockets and sending them into the trees. A deputy said he didn’t have any fireworks but was recommended.
In Portola, a caller noted that his son was loitering in entrance of his home. A deputy contacted the suspect who slept in the RP’s garden mainly because he’s a transient.
In Belden, A caller noted that a number of people have been trespassing on the railroad tracks. A deputy was on a different scenario. The caller then claimed that folks bought off the tracks.
In Greenville, a caller reported they have been getting a dilemma with trespassers at the church thrift store in the evening. Further patrol checks were being requested.
In Canyon Dam at the boat ramp, a person documented leaving a bag with items on the bumper of his truck and left for the toilet. When he returned, it was lacking. He reported it was stolen and described what was inside.
In Quincy, a caller claimed the theft of an excavator probably inside the last 3 days. A sergeant attempted to make contact with the proprietor of the gear.
In Quincy, a caller claimed that two canine have been in distress in the cab of a pickup. A deputy contacted a girl who claimed she would offer foodstuff and drinking water to the animals.
In Quincy, a caller reported a male was harassing his spouse. The RP mentioned the suspect was yelling at her and creating a disturbance. A deputy claimed everybody concerned were endorsed. Proper short term restraining order methods have been documented.
In Chester, a caller claimed obtaining a toddler raccoon in a subject. Fish and Wildlife claimed that the person would want to speak to wildlife rescue or place it back.
In the Greenville location, it was claimed that a girl was bitten by a bat. The RP was transporting the sufferer to the medical center in Quincy and wanted them to know they had been coming. The details was transferred to REMSA.
In the Portola space, a caller claimed that a man was sitting down on his techniques and was HBD. A deputy talked to the RP who said the gentleman remaining on foot and the deputy was on the lookout for him. The deputy was unable to identify the person.
In the Lake Almanor location, a caller described that a struggle with numerous men and women was having spot on the seashore in front of her home. The RP claimed that 20 to 30 people were involved with some leaving the area in a motor vehicle. The RP recontacted and reported the the greater part still left but there had been however many males on the beach front arguing. She assumed juveniles may well be included. A deputy situated 3 juveniles but was not able to locate other individuals.