Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, April 25

10:01 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

11:38 – In Pike, a water line was cut. This was a civil issue.

12:31 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

15:28 – In Loyalton, an alarm company reported an active burglar alarm.

15:53 – In Pike, a civil standby was requested.

18:59 – In Loyalton, there was a report of an open door at a business. An employee was inside the business.

19:01 – In Loyalton, someone requested some information.

20:35 – In Loyalton, someone was being noisy and got reported.

23:20 – In Sierraville, someone was driving under the influence and got arrested.

Tuesday, April 26

15:14 – In Alleghany, there was a report of a possible theft on mining property. The Deputy determined that this was a civil case and provided information on how to handle the issue.

15:36 – In Sattley, an ambulance was requested.

17:29 – In Camptonville, the pesky illegal camper returned and they were ignoring USFS workers who asked the camper to move along.

19:09 – In Loyalton, assistance from the Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

19:25 – In Loyalton, there was a juvenile problem.

Wednesday, April 27

03:58 – Near Sierraville, on CA-89, a caller was traveling to Truckee when the caller saw a man along the highway trying to stop the vehicle. The caller described the man as wearing a blue surgical mask, tan pants and a reflective vest. The man was seen just before the Hobart Mills Campground.

09:09 – In North San Juan, there was a request for civil services.

09:50 – In Verdi, someone was possibly growing cannabis illegally.

10:01 – In Sierra City, there were some suspicious circumstances surrounding a family fight.

15:53 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

18:17 – In Sierra City, there was a single non-injury accident.

20:09 – In Camptonville, USFS had multiple lit burn piles that were along Indian Valley. The burn piles were secured, contained and monitored.

Thursday, April 28

09:35 – In Pike, there was possible identity theft.

12:22 – In Loyalton, some property was vandalized.

12:58 – In Sierra City, there was a report of a drunk driver.

14:56 – In Sierraville, there were some folks stuck in the snow. The Deputies were able to get everyone out and to their destinations.

15:04 – In Sierra City, there was a report of stolen firearms and other suspicious activities.

Friday, April 29

04:14 – From Sierraville, a request for an ambulance came in.

13:50 – In Quincy, there was a request for Agency assistance.

19:11 – In Sierra City, there were suspicious activities occurring at a business.

20:45 – In Sierraville, someone got stuck and needed a ride.

21:32 – In Loyalton, a possible battery occurred.

Saturday, April 30

07:33 – In Loyalton, there was a report of a suspicious person and circumstances. There was also a request to take possession of firearms.

11:52 – In Downieville, a dog was at large. The owner was cited. I wonder what the dog did to be on the lam.

12:48 – In Downieville, a black iPad was found and turned into SCSO. The owner of the device came and claimed it.

15:06 – In Loyalton, it seems some drugs were found while a residence was being cleaned.

15:51 – In Loyalton, a dog was barking. The deputy worked with the owner to avoid a possible citation for a dog doing what a dog does. They bark.

17:39 – In Sierra City, there was a mental health issue.

18:46 – In Sattley, someone possibly overdosed.

19:11 – In Loyalton, some property was found and returned to the rightful owner.

19:38 – In Camptonville, there was a non-injury accident.

21:41 – In Calpine, there was a vehicle versus tree accident with injuries.

Sunday, May 1

11:01 – In Loyalton, another dog-at-large issue arose. This dog owner was also cited for their dog behaving badly.

12:26 – In Downieville, there was a possible crime with video footage. There were no victims to the crime. The case will wait until contact is made.

15:51 – In Sierraville, a loose dog was on the road. The deputy was unable to find the dog. Could this be one of the dogs on the lam?

23:37 – In Downieville, a request for a welfare check was received. All parties were found safe and sound.

Total 911 Misdials: 22

Total Reported: 67

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