Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, July 4

05:21 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance (EPHCA) was requested.

12:34 – In Downieville, a motorcyclist needed assistance. The deputy checked and the motorcyclist was able to get the motorcycle started and into Downieville on their own.

14:33 – In Downieville, something was lost and found then turned into the SCSO.

16:14 – In Grayeagle, there was a hit and run by a possible DUI driver. The deputies were unable to locate the miscreant.

16:28 – In Sierraville, an ambulance was requested.

16:50 – In Downieville, there was a motorcycle crash with two riders. One rider was flown out.

16:58 – In Downieville, a wallet and phone were found.

17:14 – In Loyalton, a cow got wrangled out of a fence.

18:15 – In Loyalton, a deputy completed a VIN inspection.

21:55 – In Downieville, a deputy assisted with changing a flat tire.

Tuesday, July 5

04:46 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested.

08:52 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested again.

10:48 – In Sierra City, there was a request for civil service.

10:50 – In Sierraville, there was a request for civil service.

12:05 – In Calpine, some public safety fliers were removed.

14:16 – In Loyalton, a deputy was requested to contact someone over an ongoing civil issue.

15:46 – In Loyalton, a stuck sheep was freed by a deputy.

19:22 – In Sparks area, there was a report of check fraud.

20:02 – In Alleghany, there was a request for a welfare check. The reporting individual was able to contact the subject.

20:08 – In Sierra City, there was a reported campfire. The deputy stated that the campfire was allowed on private property.

21:45 – In Sierraville, a vehicle versus deer incident was reported.

21:47 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested for a lift.

22:20 – In Loyalton,a civil standby was requested and a deputy completed it.

22:35 – In Quincy, someone was arrested for a failure to appear for driving while suspended.

Wednesday, July 6

04:55 – In Loyalton, EPHCA provided a lift.

10:42 – In Loyalton, the Loyalton Fire Department assisted a patient with a lift.

12:43 – In Sierra City, there was an accidental 911 call. The line was open and a conversation could be heard with no sounds of distress. Deputies and Sgt. Crawford advised to end the call due to no assistance needed.

13:44 – In Verdi, agency assistance was requested.

15:21 – In Pike City, an ambulance was requested.

22:55 – In Sierraville, there was a possible civil dispute between a tenant and landlord. The tenant was unable to get into the residence.

Thursday, July 7

01:02 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested by a faulty medical pendant.

06:38 – In Loyalton, the Loyalton Fire Department provided a lift.

13:31 – In Downieville, some mountain bikers were told to move out of a private parking lot and extinguish their BBQ

14:44 -In Loyalton, EPHCA provided a ride to a hospital.

17:00 – In Verdi, there was a report of possible animal cruelty.

18:46 – In Loyalton, an individual was trying to get ahold of a family member with ongoing mental health issues.

18:47 – In Alleghany, some property and an unknown skeletal remains was found. A deputy will be investigating the incident.

19:59 – In Loyalton, there was a report of some juveniles driving dirt bikes recklessly. A deputy made contact and the only dirt bike on the roadway was a registered bike. The others were solely on private property.

20:31 – In Sierraville, two individuals got lost in the forest. A deputy located them and safely transported the souls back to their vehicle.

22:04 – In Pike City, an ambulance was requested.

Friday, July 8

06:16 – On HWY 49 near Vinton Overpass, some cows were playing on the roadway. CHP was notified.

11:04 – In Downieville, there was a missing dog in the Goodyears Bar area.

14:05 – In Loyalton, EPHCA transported someone to Portola.

19:11 – In Sierraville, a wallet was found and turned into SCSO.

Saturday, July 9

05:55 – In Sattley, some more cows were playing on the roadway. CHP was notified again.

08:51 – In the Reno area, there was a report of possible fraud on a purchased trailer. Caller was told to contact Nevada Highway Patrol.

10:37 – In Loyalton, there was a report of a vehicle and individual camping out in front of a residence. The vehicle and individual were gone before a deputy arrived.

11:08 – In Sierraville, a wallet was found by the camp host at Logger Campground. A deputy retrieved the wallet to find the owner.

15:08 – In Downieville, there was a report of a past due mountain biker. The biker was located.

20:41 – In Loyalton, someone stole money and medication.

20:54 – A welfare check requested for an AAA member in Tehama County. The caller was provided the correct Sheriff’s Office number.

21:35 – In Pike City, there was an individual lost in the forest. Deputies were able to locate the individual who was transported to a hospital for a possible head injury.

21:35 – In Sierraville, a couple was having a verbal fight and one was not letting the other leave. A deputy made contact and they were separated for the night.

Sunday, July 10

00:06 – In Pike City, an individual was harassing firefighters going to a call. It was determined that no crime was committed and the individual was not interfering with their job.

07:25 – In w, a welfare check was requested for an overdue party. The deputy was unable to locate and the caller will continue to wait and recontact if needed.

11:41 – In Downieville, there was a pesky illegal camper. A deputy made contact and cleared the call.

12:53 – In Downieville, there was a report of a possible dog bite. A deputy checked and there was no bite.

13:01 – In Sierraville, there was a request for an ambulance.

14:39 – In Beckworth, there was a report of a possible fire. Plumas County also received multiple calls.

15:20 – In Pike City, there was a request for a deputy to make contact regarding an ongoing civil issue. The individual was informed to get in contact with the courts.

15:24 – In Loyalton, a juvenile was found safe and sound.

20:57 – A loose dog was reported to be in Downieville.

Total Reported: 62

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