By Jen Henneke
Monday, June 13
06:34 – In Loyalton, a bovine was running loose on the road. Both the owner and CHP were notified.
09:09 – A Palomino Mustang was lost and seen heading north from the Truckee area.
15:45 – Multiple bovines were observed running loose above Sierra Brooks. The owner was contacted.
16:27 – In Sierraville, agency assistance was requested for dealing with a camper who had not paid their campsite fees. That is considered stealing.
Tuesday, June 14
12:47 – In Loyalton, the bovine anarchy continued with more running loose.
20:07 – Another escapee, this time a horse departed from Calpine.
Wednesday, June 15
08:13 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested.
09:02 – In Downieville, there were shots possibly fired at a bear. Fish and Wildlife was notified.
13:31 – There was a suicidal subject on I-80 in Sierra County traveing into Washoe County.
Thursday, June 16
11:40 – In Sierra City, a very intoxicated man was told to leave Sierra Pines.
12:01 – A person was arrested on a Sierra County warrant.
14:52 – In Verdi, a public dumpster was overflowing with garbage.
16:14 – In Loyalton, the alarm at the elementary school was accidentally activated.
16:30 – In Sierraville, a customer was making vague threats toward the owner of the Sierraville Country Store.
18:38 – A utility company asked the Sierra County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) to provide a property check on some equipment near Camptonville. The deputy was able to locate and all was fine.
18:58 – In Sierra City, there was a report of smoke. The Fire Department was unable to locate any smoke.
20:17 – In Sierraville, a juvenile in the Post Office was seen using the free wifi. Smart kid!
Friday, June 17
03:51 – In Loyalton, there was a bale of hay in the middle of the road. The Road Department was able to clear the roadway. I’m surprised the escaping bovines weren’t there to rescue the hay first.
06:16 – In Downieville, a bear got stuck in a dumpster. The bear was safely released.
08:07 – In Loyalton, a smoke alarm was activated but it was a false alarm.
15:27 – In Downieville, a fix-it ticket was signed.
18:37 – In Camptonville, a citizen assistance was requested for helping get a canine out of a locked vehicle. The SCSO was able to give directions on how to get the dog out.
21:27 – In Downieville, there was a request to find an overdue individual. After an area check and confirming with the bike shop the individual had ridden a trail, the reporting person was contacted and the individual was okay.
Saturday, June 18
02:21 – In Calpine, someone was having a loud party with music. The SCSO was unable to find the wild party and music. Must not have been so wild afterall.
09:23 – In Sierra City, a property check was requested due to an electric bill that was higher than average. The deputy checked the residence and found an open door. As for the above average bill, I don’t know anyone that hasn’t had an increase from PG&E.
15:11 – In Sierraville, there was an accidental 911 call.
17:52 – Near Ramshorn, there was a report of smoke in the area. Units were unable to locate any smoke.
18:40 – Near Sardine Lake, there was a report of illegal fire, fireworks or firearms going off. The SCSO was unable to locate any fire, fireworks or firearms.
19:32 – In Pike City, a vehicle was stolen while the owners were camping. CHP handled the incident.
Sunday, June 19
09:52 – Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance was requested in Loyalton.
11:01 – In Camptonville, someone needed assistance contacting a tow company for a stuck vehicle.
12:50 – In Downieville, a vehicle was stopped for driving with a suspended license. The driver was cited and given a court date.
13:28 – Near Truckee, a family was trespassing on railroad tracks. The family was jumping their quad over the tracks. An Amtrak train passed through the area a little time later and the family was gone.
Total Reported: 35