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4B Wednesday, May 17, 2017 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter BLOTTER, from page 3B Break-in In Chester, a caller reported that someone broke into his motor home during the night. A deputy reported that there was no burglary and said that some squatters might have been in the trailer. Don't fence them in In Greenville, a caller reported that her neighbor's livestock kept getting into her yard and eating all of her animals' food. The caller said she had tried to talk to the owner about it, but he wouldn't talk. A deputy reported civil procedures. Fake credit card In Quincy, a caller reported that a woman went into a business and knowingly used a fake credit card to try to purchase food. The card was declined. She grabbed the food and left the store. Don't drive on the sidewalk In Quincy, a caller reported that a vehicle drove into the side of a business. The driver drove up over the sidewalk and hit the side of the building. No injuries were reported. Just wait a minute In Quincy, a caller reported that they wanted to evict an individual from the shelter and wanted to have a deputy on hand for a civil standby. Then the caller reported that they would have to cancel because they couldn't get the person they wanted to evict to meet them there. The caller said they would call again when they were ready. Just visiting In Greenville, a caller reported that he was being harassed by a man who was visiting. The individual kept riding his bike on her porch where she sits. A deputy spoke to both people and said that it was a simple disagreement. Threat with a weapon In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that a neighbor threatened to shoot him and his dog. He said the man was brandishing a weapon and making threats. He said it was a rifle. It was reported that the suspect had his daughter and another female at the house. The suspect reported that the individual had his child in the backyard and that the dog was trying to bite him. A deputy reported that it was verbal over the reporting party's dog getting loose. Everyone agreed to keep the peace. Just doing down the highway In Chilcoot, it was reported that a woman was walking down the road toward the main highway. She was carrying a bottle and drinking from it. The woman was dressed in a white bathrobe. The caller said that she could still see the woman and she was getting close to Frenchman Lake. Deputies were in Quincy and they requested the information be given to the CHP. The reporting party called back and said that the woman had possibly been picked up by a passerby in a pickup. A sergeant contacted the woman's son who said she had been picked up and was OK. Not a nice comment In Quincy, a caller reported that her teenaged daughter was riding her bike when someone yelled for her to take offher clothes the next time she rode by. The caller wanted to speak to a deputy. Extra patrol checks were put in place. Assault In Chester, a caller reported treating the victim of an assault. The victim had a possible head injury. The individual probably knew the assailant. A deputy reported that the assault occurred in Lassen County. Party time In Quincy, a caller reported that a party was going on with about 15 people outside. There was no fighting it was just loud. A deputy contacted a large group of people who agreed to go inside and shut the door. Thursday, May 4 Disturbance In Portola, a caller reported that a man was breaking things inside a home. There were no weapons in the house. The CHP was en route from Quincy to assist. A deputy reported that the man left before he arrived. A deputy said they should be on the look out for him because of some things he said. They were unable to find him. A woman said she would call if she needed help. Horsing around In Crescent Mills, a caller reported that a horse was loose and was going to get in the roadway. The call was transferred to the CHP. Rocky road, no nuts On Highway 70 at the east end of the passing lanes at Two Rivers, a caller reported that rocks were in the roadway. The information was transferred to the CHP. He's not allowed here In Quincy, a businessperson said that a man was in one of the motel rooms without permission. While the caller was on the phone, the man left. The deputy reported that the man was wanted on a warrant and second-degree burglary. Child endangerment In Portola, a caller wanted to speak with a deputy about a possible child endangerment situation. The caller was referring to an unborn child and the deputy said he had no ability to check on the welfare of the child. The situation was referred to social services. Ongoing problems; 30 years' worth In Crescent Mills, a caller said she was having problems with her neighbor. She said she was yelling at her. It was a situation that had been going on for 30 years. A deputy talked to the people and they agreed to keep the peace. Trespass warnings were issued to both parties. Parked in the woods In Portola, a caller reported finding a vehicle parked in the woods and no one was around. The vehicle had no plates on it. He thought it might be stolen. A deputy contacted the owner who was going to move it. Argument In Quincy, a caller reported that he could hear a man and woman arguing, but he couldn't see them. A deputy reported that they were arguing and the woman agreed to leave. Elder issues In Portola, it was reported that a landlord and elderly tenants were having issues. The reporting party said that people were arguing about the care that some elderly tenants were receiving. A deputy contacted social services after she spoke to one of the individual's brothers and that social services would investigate. Assault In Beckwourth, a caller reported that a chaperone at a camp assaulted several children. The individual was being kept away from them. A deputy said that no crime was committed, but that the chaperone was sent home and the camp was to handle the issue. Hanging around In Portola, a caller requested to speak to a deputy about some transients that were hanging around the resource center. The subjects weren't there right at that moment. A sergeant said they would do extra patrol checks. Possible break-in In Quincy, a caller requested to speak to someone about a conversation she overheard. The people were talking about breaking into a motel in Quincy. Extra patrol checks of all motels Trespassers In Chilcoot, a caller reported that people were trespassing on her property. She said her residence was actually closer to Bordertown, but she was in Chilcoot. The information was transferred to the Sierra County Sheriff. Suspicious traveler In Graeagle, a road worker reported seeing a man who was having problems. A deputy was unable to f'md anyone matching the person's description. Not following the rules In Quincy at the skate park, a caller reported that two older juveniles were threatening to beat up the individual and two other younger juveniles. The victim went to the rec building and was waiting for a deputy. The deputy reported that an adult witness was on scene. It turned out that the reporting party and her friends were the instigators in the situation. A deputy reported that a parent showed up, and said that older kids had been harassing her daughter for more than a' year. Everyone agreed to keep the peace. Buck-naked In Delleker, a caller reported receiving an off-duty report from a man that his neighbor was allowing three girls to run around in the yard naked. He thought they were too old to go around without clothing. He requested a welfare check. A deputy reported that no one was home. The deputy checked back and a woman told him that the girls were running through the sprinkler and they were wearing swimsuits. No key, wrong insurance In Quincy, a caller reported that he locked his keys in his vehicle. He said he didn't have a spare key and doesn't have an insurance that covered assistance. He said he didn't have any friends in the area and no money. The call was transferred to the CHP who gave him a ride home. Wednesday, May 3 Elder abuse In Portola, a deputy reported investigating a case of elder abuse. There were allegations of financial abuse reported. A deputy contacted the victim who said there was nothing wrong. Missing person In Johnsville, a caller requested that dispatch attempt to locate a missing person. The caller said he thought the individual in question was wanted and if he wasn't wanted then the caller wanted someone to check on the individual. Dispatch attempted to locate be from Susanville and tied Lassen County. A deputy went to several homes in the area and no one was around. Escaped In Chester, a caller reported that her swim deck broke loose and was floating in the lake. She wanted to be notified if someone found it. Big stink In Quincy, a caller reported an awful smell coming from an abandoned building. The caller reported that a lot of flies were around the bottom of the building. A deputy reported that he couldn't find anything suspicious. Poor dog In Chester, a deputy received a report that a dog was locked in a car at a business. The deputy couldn't fmd either. Gas theft In Portola, a businessperson reported the theft of gasoline out of trucks during the night. Got a ticket for an airplane ride In Quincy, a caller reported that she would like a welfare check on a relative. The individual had a plane ticket to go visit the caller and she couldn't get hold of her. A deputy reported that there didn't seem to be anyone home and there was no vehicle. The caller later reported that she found the individual in Greenville. She said she was concerned about the situation and wanted to talk to a deputy. A deputy spoke to the individual in question and things seemed to be fine. Flight playground In Greenville, the clinic requested that a deputy respond to the Indian Valley Health helipad. Children kept playing there during the last two days. Deputies reported that the children were counseled and turned over to their parents. Shooting heard In Portola, a caller reported that people were hearing gunshots about every day between specific hours. Nothing further was reported. Fraud It was reported that a man went to someone's house selling Dish network. She said she gave out her social security number and then decided it was suspicious. A deputy contacted the individual who is a legitimate sales representative and was talking about services. No crime was committed. Stop it! In Portola, a caller reported Walk this way On Hwy. 89 between Clio and Whitehawk, a caller reported that a man was walking down the centerline on the highway. The call was transferred to the CHP. Don't kick my carl In Quincy, a caller reported that a man kicked her car and was causing problems. She said he was also yelling at another person. The call was transferred to the CHP because deputies were not available. Multiple calls were received. The caller then said that approximately seven people were involved and that someone was hitting a child and then hit a car when some people stopped to help. A deputy reported that everyone agreed to separate for the night. Tuesday, May 2 All quiet In Portola, a caller reported that her neighbor was banging around inside his apartment and she wanted a deputy to talk to nun. A deputy checked the area and everything was OK. Suspicious pictures In Meadow Valley, a caller reported that he thought a man was putting girls through his window so they can take his picture. The caller was informed that no one was outside doing that. The caller said he would go back to sleep. Forged names In Beckwourth, a caller reported that a relative was forging names on bank documents. A deputy contacted the caller who said he couldn't meet with the deputy at that time. Citation In Quincy, a caller reported that her teenaged daughter didn't come home the previous night. A deputy reported f'mding the teen at school. She was cited. Probation was to be notified. Broken window In Greenville, a caller reported that someone broke out the back window of his vehicle two days before. Bullying at school In Quincy, a caller reported an ongoing issue with bullying. She said her son wouldn't go to school because he was afraid. A deputy attempted to contact the caller but didn't get an answer. The deputy reported that there was no bullying involved. Welfare check In Quincy, a caller requested a welfare check on a man who was reported threatened by another man. were put in motion, the individual who appeared to that she could hear a woman The deputy reported he was screaming and yelling, "Stop fine. ! T4~ S4D/L Iit!'' Then it gt quiet" A deputy talked to a man who said Disturbance everything was OK. In Quincy, a deputy reported receiving Disturbance information from a man who :""'!~"!i''%'i~!'~'~!i'';~Cii'~lT~i!i:'[~j!:i! In Portola, a caller reported said he was being harassed by that a man was threateninganother man. Topsoil, Compost 8, Manure ...... 12 yards, delivered* $350 ] her. The suspect was last I Manure Only .............................. 12yards, delivered*$3~O I known to be just sitting in a Assault chair. It was reported to be an In Quincy, a caller reported becoming a CATTLEWOMAN? 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