2:15 p.m., Phillips Road, Round Mountain: A male
advised that subjects arrived in U-Haul, possibly cutting lock
on front gate. Said they were looking for directions. But they
had a bolt cutter in the cab. Left when owner contacted them.
p.m., Park Avenue, Burney: A male (language barrier) reported
the window of his house broken out. He noticed something moving
inside. Later said he did not see anyone in the house.
Highway 299, Fall River Mills: An alarm was reported at Plumas
p.m., Ash Avenue, Burney: A male reported that a bike had been
stolen from the backyard. It was a GP Powerlite.
p.m., Pit River Casino: A female reported being harassed by a
male Friday night.
p.m., Burney area: A caller reported a vehicle broken down near
the location. Three mles were walking around asking to use the
phone. The caller felt they were suspicious.
p.m., Sugar Pine Street, Burney: A female reported coming home
and finding her house broken into. There is still something in
the door lock.
p.m., Safeway Store, Burney: A caller reported a possible drunk
in the store.
p.m., Area: A caller reported a female was threatening to commit
12:54 a.m., Highway 299, Montgomery Creek: A male reported that
while working at a marijuana grown near the Station Cafe, he was
assaulted and items were taken from him. He is in Redding. The
incident happened a week before.
a.m., Soldier Mountain, Glenburn: A female reported a car parked
in a neighbor’s carport with lights on. Someone came out and
turned the lights off. Doesn’t believe the homeowners are there.
p.m., Highway 299, Johnson Park: A female reported that an
unknown subject threw a rock through her window, believes it was
a female due to ongoing problems.
Highway 299, Fall River Mills burglar alarm sounding.
p.m., Fir Street, Burney: A woman reported that two Mexican or
Indian females were fighting in front of the location.
p.m., Big Bend Road: Highway Patrol dispatch needed to have an
individual in the area notified because the USFS had a vehicle
towed and stored. They had heard deputies were going to Cove
Road and wanted to know if they could make the notification.
p.m., A street in McArthur. A tenant reported that the land lord
wanted them to leave but hadn’t gone through the eviction
p.m. Fir Street, Burney> Deputies assisted an outside agency.
p.m. Iron Canyon Reservoir: Deputies assisted an outside agency
with a report of a missing person.
11:35p.m., Mapleleaf, Street, Burney: Deputies assisted at the
scene of a fire.
10:13 a.m., Pit River Heath Clinic. A man reported that a fuel
line had been cut and gas taken. Deputies asked him the review
the surveillance footage and get back with them.
a.m., Ash Avenue, Burney: A female reported that several items
had been taken the night before. She has recovered the items but
wishes to make a report. She also reported a male loitering in
p.m. Cottonwood Street, Johnson Park. A man reported his wife in
the front yard yelling (Dispatcher could her screaming in the
p.m., Grand Rapids, Fall River Mills: A man reported a dog runs
loose and constantly poops in his yard.
p.m., Fall River Mills area: A female called to report a
domestic disturbance with a gun involved. The line was
p.m., McArthur Mobile Home Park: A male reported that another
male, this one currently in Space 9, doesn’t live there, but
come to the space to fight the resident.
p.m., Burney area: A caller reported that a female had been
camping behind the church with the pastor’s permission. Female
states that Boy Friend who was arrested for domestic battery may
p.m., Lassen Street, Burney: A male reported multiple sick cats
at a residence. (Approximately 15 cats were taken from the
Grand Rapids, Fall River Mills: A female reported a possible
p.m., Jack Rabbit Flats, Burney: A female reported
indiscriminate shooting in the area.
p.m., A Street McArthur: A female reported the theft of numerous
items from the couple they had allowed to stay in her husband’s
p.m. Cutter Road, Burney: A female called to report burned logs
and a pizza box were left on property by front entrance near
driveway. She believes it was in retaliation for the earlier
p.m. Intermountain Fairgrounds: Deputies assisted medical.
9:56 a.m., Highway 89 and Highway 44, Old Station. Cal Fire
reported that a couple had been in Jack’s Café. The female had
bruising on the nick that the male had caused. The witness had
left. The couple were still at the café. They were thought to be
en route to Sparks, Nevada.
a.m., Hot Springs Road, Big Bend. A female reported having had
her dog stolen approximately four years ago. She says she has
possibly found it but the subjects are refusing to return it.
p.m.:, An anonymous caller reported that Ross Montgomery was in
the clinic’s waiting room.
p.m., Donn Lane, Round MountaIn, A caller reported a dog bite
that had occurred July 4. It was possibly an ongoing problem.
p.m., Chism Trail, Cassel: A male reported that he was setting a
dog trap for another male’s dogs.
p.m., Ontario avenue, Burney: A female reported being in a
dispute with a former boyfriend over property and was receiving
harassing phone calls.
p.m., Park Avenue, Burney. A female reported another female
walked from behind her house with a 3-year old boy and wanted to
know if she had seen her two-year old girl. The caller requested
an area check because she was afraid the woman had lost her
p.m., Dee Knoch Road, McArthur: A female reported that her son
and his girlfriend had left 10 minutes before. The female was
staying with them because her mother was an addict and was
evicted from the house.
1:02 a.m., Clusterwood Court, Burney: A female feels someone my
be watching her buts hasn’t seen anything or heard more than
a.m., Rite Aid, Burney: Burglar alarm.
a.m., Fall River Lodge, Fall River Mills: A caller reported that
the father of his daughter’s child just showed up at the room He
shouldn’t have been where they were. While talking to the
reporting party a squad are stopped the individual in the
p.m., Commerce Way in Burney. A caller reported the theft of an
X Box from the activities center inside the medical center.
p.m., Energy Drive, Burney Mountain Power. A gate alarm sounded.
p.m. Jack Rabbit Flats Road, Burney: A caller reported 4-6
subjects smoking pot at the end of the road near the creek. The
caller was concerned because of a young baby being there.
p.m., Jack Rabbit Flats Road, Burney: A caller reported several
young adults and teenagers drinking and smoking pot.