Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, April 4

11:56 – In Sierra City, an ambulance was needed.

16:13 – In Loyalton, a civil standby was requested for a kid handoff. The handoff occurred without any incidents.

18:15 – In Loyalton, a civil standby was needed to obtain personal property.

Tuesday, April 5

10:21 – In Loyalton, some family members were arguing about the house cleaners. The deputies responded by separating the parties and the issues were worked out. I hope the house still got cleaned.

13:09 – In Loyalton, a baby cow got loose on the road. The Road Department assisted with returning the baby back to the yard.

14:10 – In Reno, there was a report of a cash aid account having fraudulent activity.

Wednesday, April 6

07:17 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was summoned.

08:00 – In Loyalton, someone was driving slowly and swerving the vehicle. CHP and local Deputies advised the reporting party.

10:41 – In Sattely, a single vehicle collided with a tree. The party involved was found to have burns on the upper torso and arms. The Fire Department responded to the house and found a cooking accident had taken place.

11:10 – There was a request for information about a juvenile issue.

13:07 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance assisted someone with getting back up.

15:16 – At the Ramshorn Transfer site, some individuals were horsing around. Reporting party has requested these individuals act accordingly at the site. Now you have gone and done it. There will now be rules posted on what is acceptable behavior at the transfer site.

16:04 – In Sierra City, the 911 caller with static on the line has struck again.

17:18 – In Goodyears Bar, the pesky illegal camper has returned and is camping on private property. The Planning Department and Probation were advised.

Thursday, April 7

00:31 – In Verdi, a vehicle was high centered in some mud and snow. CHP handled the incident.

06:09 – In Loyalton, an alarm was activated.

11:23 – In Loyalton, someone was arrested for driving under the influence.

11:53 – In Loyalton, there was an alcohol offense. No other information was provided but the most common alcohol offenses according to Google are underage drinking or a DUI.

12:06 – In Loyalton, a dog bite someone or something. If you recall, don’t ask them for directions as this will always result in a bite.

13:56 – In Loyalton, someone was arrested for a switchblade offense.

14:51 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance tried to assist someone but they didn’t want assistance.

16:55 – In Sierra City, guess who called? The 911 static line.

17:31 – In Sierra City, there was a non-injury accident.

17:47 – In Loyalton, Sergeant Crawford assisted a citizen by answering some questions.

19:32 – In Camptonville, a citizen reported a vehicle with excessively loud exhaust and no license plates.

Friday, April 8

13:15 – In Goodyears Bar, a citizen needed assistance with a broken down vehicle.

14:19 – In Loyalton, there was a report of child abuse.

18:22 – In Sierra City, a request for a smoke check related to a possible fire. The information was transferred to the Fire Department.

Saturday, April 9

00:30 – In Sierraville, someone was driving recklessly. Neither CHP or the SCSO were able to locate this individual.

14:02 – In Sierraville, someone was cited for driving with a suspended driver’s license.

15:17 – In Sierraville, someone was cited for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

16:18 – In Loyalton, some neighbors were having a dispute.

16:47 – In Sierraville, another person was cited for driving with a suspended and revoked driver’s license.

17:07 – In Loyalton, an alarm was activated.

17:17 – In Camptonville, agency assistance was requested in the search for a stolen motorcycle gas tank.

18:23 – In Loyalton, a smoke check was requested. The Fire Department found the burn pile and assisted the owner with putting out the burn pile.

20:11 – In Chilcoot, agency assistance was requested in finding a driver going the wrong way. CHP and SCSO were unable to locate the driver.

23:25 – In Pike, two individuals were seeking gas on private property.

Sunday, April 10

00:09 – In Loyalton, some suspicious activities were occurring at an estranged husband’s residence while they were not home.

12:01 – In Downieville, some folks needed assistance contacting a towing company to get their vehicle out of the snow. No tow companies were responding. The Deputy provided transportation to Downieville.

16:21 – On the First Divide trail, a couple of miles east of Downieville, a mountain biker fell over 100’ into Pauley Creek. The individual was rescued and transported via helicopter to a hospital.

16:53 – In Loyalton, the burglary alarm for a business alarmed. The Deputy checked that building and all was secure.

17:16 – In Sierraville, someone was arrested for domestic violence.

19:19 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance responded to a 911 request.

Total Reported: 44

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