Sheriff’s Log

Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, May 9

07:36 – In Loyalton, a 911 hang-up was actually a call meant for 411.

Tuesday, May 10

06:24 – In Loyalton, a vehicle was in a ditch. The reporting person was able to get the vehicle towed out while CHP assisted with traffic control.

06:43 – In Pike, somegasoline was stolen from the Fire Department. This is considered petty theft but with the cost of gas in CA, this will soon become grand theft.

08:10 – On CA-49 near MM 40, there were two abandoned vehicles. One vehicle was along the roadway and the other was over the edge. Since the vehicles were not impeding the removal of snow, CHP and the responding deputies did not have the vehicles towed. Both vehicle owners were contacted and one was able to get the vehicle running again with some gas while the other one was towed. Guess which one had to be towed?

10:33 – In Loyalton, there was a juvenile issue.

14:37 – On the Gold Lake Highway, a thin man huddled next to a guardrail generated a request for a welfare check on the man. The deputies responding to the request were unable to find the man.

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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.

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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.

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Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, April 18

11:39 – At the Ramshorn Transfer Station, someone vandalized a lock.

11:56 – In Downieville, a child accidentally dialed 911. There were no signs of distress and the kid apologized for the error.

12:36 – In Loyalton, a large dog was causing an issue. The owner was not available to handle the issue so the poor pup was incarcerated at the Truckee Animal Shelter. The owner was later contacted and they paid the fees for the issue at the Loyalton Substation. Poor pup!

13:54 РIn Sierraville, someone’s trampoline, yes trampoline, was blocking traffic on Hwy. 49. Darn high winds!

15:20 – In Sierra City, a downed tree caused a power outage. PG&E and Public Works responded to remedy the issue.

16:45 – In Sierra City, there was a brush fire that the Fire Department was able to contain and put out.

18:02 – In Loyalton, some engine coolant was spilled on Hwy. 49. The Fire Department was able to clean up the spill.

18:42 – In Downieville, a tree was down on some lines that might have been for power. PG&E was notified.

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Sheriff’s Log

By Jen Henneke

Monday, April 11

08:47 – There was a juvenile issue.

11:55 – In Verdi, a controlled burn was taking place but due to winds, it may have needed to be extinguished. Truckee Meadows continued to monitor the weather and fire conditions.

Tuesday, April 12

07:53 – In Sierra City, 911 hang up with static on the line had struck again. A Deputy checked the area and the roadway was snow covered and showed no signs of any activity.

10:08 – In Goodyears Bar, a Deputy stand by was requested to ensure compliance with county codes.

11:53 – In Loyalton, there was a report of theft on Wrangler Road.

12:38 – In Verdi, there was a report of a reckless driver out of Nevada. The reporting person was told to contact Nevada law enforcement.

14:02 – In Sattley, an individual requested assistance removing a car stuck in the snow. Tow truck information was offered but refused by the reporting person.

15:00 – In Loyalton, a civil dispute occurred. The SCSO provided the parties with information for any future civil issues.

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