Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, May 2

07:14 – In Loyalton, a person was experiencing some mental health issues. The parent was able to handle the situation and the SCSO was not needed for a response. Reminder, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. After the last two years of pandemic life, many have felt the stress, isolation and anxiety of the many uncertainties brought on by the pandemic. There are many great resources available to folks to take advantage of that are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL! Just google and find something that works for you!

09:33 – In Calpine, a tree was down on HWY 89. CHP and CalTrans were notified.

09:36 – A misdialed 911 call came in from Loyalton. Sheriff Fisher contacted the school to confirm the the call was a misdial.

11:43 – An uncontrolled fire at the transfer site near Sattley drew a response from Public Works, the Sierra County Fire Protection District #1, and the USFS.

12:18 – A report of a downed tree and a fire came in from Sierraville. The Sierra County Fire Protection District #1 and the USFS both responded, but no fire was found. The downed tree was by some wires. The local utility company was contacted and they responded.

13:09 – In Downieville, someone called requesting information about the clinic. Couldn’t they have just called the clinic?

22:02 – In Sierra City, guess who called? The phantom 911 caller with static on the line. Yes, this problem is still going on.

Tuesday, May 3

08:20 – In Downieville, a broken down vehicle was blocking multiple parking spots while the vehicle’s owner searched for a tow.

16:56 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

17:18 – Child Protective Services notified the SCSO of an incident in Loyalton.

22:45 – A Plumas County citizen reported a large piece of Heriot Lane had gone missing. The Road Department has been requested to help fix/find the missing road.

Wednesday, May 4

06:43 – In Sierra City, while out walking a dog a subject started following the reporting person. No verbal threats were made and this has been an ongoing conflict. The reporting person was provided information on various avenues for action.

14:27 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

14:29 – In Sierra City, two cyclists were impeding the roadway. CHP and a Deputy made contact with the cyclists and educated them on the proper ways to cycle on the winding mountain roads.

18:24 – In Loyalton, a citizen requested assistance.

19:52 – There was a report of a missing person. Sheriff Fisher and the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office established a command post.

Thursday, May 5

07:55 – A juvenile in Loyalton accidentally dialed 911.

11:27 – In Loyalton, a juvenile issue was reported.

11:37 – A transient was deemed to be trespassing in Sierraville.

12:05 – In Sierra City, there was a request for civil service.

20:32 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

Friday, May 6

00:21 – In Sierra City, the phantom 911 caller struck again.

11:32 – A resident of Sierraville needed assistance from a Deputy to sign a document.

15:21 – In Loyalton, a resident needed a fix-it ticket signed off.

20:07 – In Sierraville, a welfare check was requested for an ill individual. Deputies and EMS found the individual safe and sound.

20:24 – In Verdi, a suspicious male was possibly sleeping in a vehicle. Deputies made contact with the individual and he was safe and sound.

Saturday, May 7

09:17 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance provided a ride.

18:46 – In Sierra City, there was an unresponsive individual.

19:01 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.

Sunday, May 8

03:38 – In Verdi, agency assistance was requested in locating an individual in the county.

Total Reported: 30

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