Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, March 28

11:07 – In Loyalton, a black lab was found and returned to their person.

11:49 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

17:48 – In Loyalton, a Plumas County citizen requested a deputy contact them due to threats being made against their nephew. The deputy determined the threats were not of a criminal nature.

Tuesday, March 29

08:05 – In Loyalton, a civil service was requested.

12:07 – In Camptonville, a deputy responded to a request to assist with an angry co-habitant. The CHP also responded and the situation calmed down.

16:39 – Someone was cited for driving on a suspended license.

17:30 – In Camptonville, a welfare check was requested for an approximately 15 year old girl seen crawling out of the woods. Deputy Elison checked from Sierra County to Marysville Road and CHP was notified. That is some horror movie stuff.

18:10 – In Loyalton, Planning Department paperwork was served.

18:56 – In Sierraville, suspicious folks were outside of a residence. The deputy was unable to locate anyone.

21:15 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance helped someone get back up.

Wednesday, March 30

04:17 – On HWY 49 between The Lure and Shangri-La, someone was along the road. The deputy provided transportation.

15:28 – In Sierra City, a welfare check was requested.

15:54 – In Alleghany, someone vandalized a mining claim.

Thursday, March 31

08:08 – In Loyalton, an accidental alarm was sounding in the Behavioral Health building.

17:43 – In Downieville, some kids were jumping off the Durgan Bridge. Yikes!

Friday, April 1

08:40 – In Verdi, a reporting person claimed that someone is using their information to file for unemployment. That’s a huge bummer.

15:14 – In Loyalton, a burn pile was lit.

15:21 – In Loyalton, another burn pile was lit.

16:48 – In Downieville, a large tree branch was blocking the highway. CalTrans was notified to remove the branch.

18:15 – In Sierra City, the 911 hang up has returned.

19:08 – In Loyalton, a suspicious person driving a dark gray Nissan Maxima was possibly taking photos of juveniles. Deputies spoke with the reporting party and no crime was committed.

20:10 – In Calpine, a welfare check was requested for a possible turkey hunter. Was he hunting turkey or not?

22:32 – In Downieville, there was a family disturbance.

22:54 – In Loyalton, there was a possible drunk driver. Please stop drinking and driving!

23:21 – In Chilcoot, there were some drug violations.

Saturday, April 2

08:59 – In Loyalton, there was a possible scam. Not sure what the scam was but be on the lookout.

11:23 – In Downieville, there was a parking problem. No other details were provided so be careful where you park.

17:15 – In Sierra City, someone trespassed near Bassetts Station.

19:47 – In Downieville, someone requested medical assistance.

19:50 – In Goodyears Bar, there was a traffic offense. No other details were provided.

Sunday, April 3

13:50 – In Sierraville, there was a report of a fire. After the deputy and a volunteer searched, it was determined to be a controlled fire at a girls camp.

14:04 – In Loyalton, a house and cars were vandalized. A deputy investigated the incident.

14:59 – In Pike, an elderly female was hitch-hiking. The Fire Department assisted by returning them [???] home. The case was transferred to Adult Protective Services.

15:52 – In Calpine, an ambulance was needed.

17:19 – In Sattley, there was a report of a vehicle over the roadway and a man standing nearby. CHP and a Deputy responded to the scene and determined it was the same car that has been there all winter. No further details regarding the man standing by. This vehicle is located off HWY 49 near mile marker 42. So if you see and want to report it, they already know it is there.

18:17 – In Loyalton, there was a stranded motorist on Smithneck Road refusing assistance.

18:38 – In Alleghany, some folks were stuck in the snow. A friend was able to assist them in getting their truck unstuck. Those are some good friends!

Total Reported: 37

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