Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, July 11

02:18 – In Sierra City, an ambulance was requested.

16:03 – A request for civil service came in from Sierraville.

16:55 – A motorist flagged down a deputy to report a reckless driver in Sierra City. The deputy was unable to locate the vehicle.

17:11 – In Sierra City, a vehicle hit a deer. There was no damage to the vehicle but the deer had to be put down.

17:27 – At Fiddle Creek Campground, somebody got in trouble for playing with their BB gun and shooting up the bathrooms. A deputy responded and made the shooter put away their airsoft rifle. I just want to know if this was a kid or an adult.

18:18 – A deputy was asked to contact a possibly intoxicated individual in Calpine.

18:24 – In Sierra City, there was a report of someone firing a gun into Forest Service land. At least they weren’t shooting up some bathrooms.

19:45 – In Sierraville, a deputy completed civil service.

Tuesday, July 12

11:09 – In Sierraville, a pesky illegal camper was given a ride to their destination by a deputy.

11:11 – At Stateline, there was a report of a fire. The report was given to Washoe County and Minden Fire.

12:42 – At the Pacific Crest Trailhead, a deputy was flagged down by some PCT hikers requesting a ride to Sierra City. The deputy was able to give them a ride.

13:09 – In Downieville, trash was found dumped at a day use area.

17:07 – In Loyalton, some items were reported as missing. A deputy was notified and assisted in helping to locate the items.

18:27 – In Sierra City, there was a report of an overdue mountain biker. The biker was located in Downieville.

Wednesday, July 13

07:05 – In Loyalton, Eastern Plumas Health Care Ambulance (EPHCA) was requested.

10:25 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested again.

12:34 – In Sierra City, there was a report of possible threats.

12:43 – In Loyalton, neighbors were yelling and screaming.

13:06 – In Verdi, some dogs were code 4 and the reporting individual needed a civil standby for an eviction.

13:19 – In Sierra City, a wallet was reported lost.

15:48 – In Loyalton, there was an accidental 911 call.

16:00 – In Sierra City, there was an accidental 911 call.

16:46 – On Hwy. 395, an abandoned vehicle was reported. When a deputy arrived on the scene, the driver drove off and failed to pull over. The deputy lost sight of the driver and was unable to locate.

18:32 – A petty theft was reported in Loyalton.

18:49 – In Sierra City, the power went out. PG&E was notified by multiple people and was working on the issue.

Thursday, July 14

07:56 – In Sierraville, a pilot making a hard landing accidently activated a emergency locator transmitter.

08:11 – In Alleghany, a break-in and theft at the transfer station.

10:42 – In Goodyears Bar, there was a civil service request.

17:14 – In Downieville, there was a report of a possible illegal burn on private property. At the time of the report, burns were still allowed on private property as long as it is not a burn pile.

17:38 – In Sierra City, there was a report of a possible confrontation with an employee of the Buttes Resort.

Friday, July 16

05:53 – In Loyalton, there was a report of an injured deer along the side of the highway. A deputy put the deer down.

11:31 – In Loyalton, EPHCA was requested for an ill female.

15:35 – In Downieville, the person disturbing the peace at the Sheriff’s Office over a civil matter was advised to consult the court.

16:01 – In Verdi, a civil standby was requested.

20:45 – In Goodyears Bar, a welfare check was needed due to Wi-Fi being down and calls can’t be received.

Saturday, July 17

08:15 – In Sierra City, a male subject was shooting guns from his porch. A deputy made contact.

09:28 – An on-going issue with a dog-at-large in Sierra Brooks was reported.

11:17 – In Sattley, there was a suspicious person walking down the road. Sheriff Fisher made contact and told the person to move along.

12:32 – A report arrived from Alleghany about two trucks parked on private property without permission . The CHP was notified.

12:55 – In Sierra City, there was a disruptive camper at the Wild Plum Campground.

15:46 – Someone was disturbing the peace at the Ramshorn dump.

19:00 In Loyalton, the report of smoke coming from a residence turned out to be an AC electrical issue the homeowner will handle.

20:05 – In Sierra City, some individuals got their vehicle stuck and needed assistance out. Before a deputy could arrive, the individuals got unstuck.

20:37 – In Camptonville, a vehicle was vandalized.

21:09 – In Camptonville, the reported reckless driver could not be located.

21:17 – In Calpine, there was a report of a male subject walking on private property and asking the owners for beer. CHP handled the incident and advised the man to stop going on private property.

22:51 – In Sierra City, there was a report of an overdue mountain biker in Downieville.

Sunday, July 18

06:11 – In Loyalton, there was a 911 call due to possible domestic violence.

10:53 – In Loyalton, there was a solo vehicle accident at Lombardi Point and HWY 49. The driver was not at the scene.

11:55 – In Sierraville, there was a report of shooting and firecrackers in the Stampede area. Sheriff Fisher was unable to locate.

12:37 – In Downieville, there was a report of a vehicle parked on the sidewalk. The deputy was unable to locate.

12:47 – In Sierraville, a citizen requested information on a civil standby.

12:51 – In Downieville, there was a report of someone with a broken hand. The individual was able to get to medical treatment.

13:51 – In Loyalton, there was a report of a man acting strange in a field near Lombardi Point, he was transported to Truckee and cited for trespassing.

15:00 – In Downieville, a cell phone was found near the Gallows. The owner picked up the phone.

17:20 – In Sierraville, there was a grass fire. Sierra County Fire and USFS responded and put out the fire.

19:06 – In Reno, there was a juvenile issue.

23:49 – In Alleghany, there was a report of suicidal subject who might be in Sierra County.

Total Reported: 58

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