reported to the
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)
8:18 a.m., 20328 Tamarack, Burney: a male was seeking ad vise
regarding electrical fencing. He had received a call from a renter
that a near neighbor has set up electrical fencing around property
adjacent to his renter and the renters are concerned about for
9:51 a.m., Huron and Erie, Burney: a male reported vandalism.
10:20 a.m., area: a passerby reported that a male punched a female
several times in the face. The caller was with the victim. The
male left on foot on Highway 299 toward Fall River Mills.
4:14p.m., area: A male reported that a female overdosed on three
different types of medications. The call was transferred to Burney
4:54 p.m., 37264 Highway 299, Safeway, Burney: A caller reported
an adult male and Juvenile male setting in front of the location.
Caller heard the juvenile saying ďI thought you were going to take
me home to my mom.Ē Reporting party said the adult male then
started yelling at the juvenile and told him to be quiet.
5:26 p.m., 36932 Oak Street, Burney: A male caller said he was
contacted by officers earlier regarding finding property in
stepsons backpack. Property belongs to callerís niece.
5:30 p.m., 37069 Highway 299, Burney: A woman called and said she
had two subjects detained in front of the old thrift store for
stealing daughterís Kindle and her dadís chew. She requested that
a deputy respond.
7:39 p.m., Highway 299and Tamarack, Burney: A woman called and
reported that a male and female were down by the river smoking
marijuana. She was concerned due to children playing by the river.
12:35 a.m., Sugar Pine and Cypress, Burney: A male reported a dog
outside, kenneled and has been barking all night long. Unknown if
the neighbors are home.
1:14 a.m.: 40538 McArthur Road, Glenburn: A woman reported a loud
disturbance that had been going on for several hours and was
escalating. A male sped off, had been drinking and was driving
circles around Spring Creek Rd and McArthur Road in a blue Toyota
Station Wagon. He had just pulled back in front of the residence
and was yelling at the Female again.
8:47 a.m., 21593 South Vallejo, Johnson Park: A woman reported
that another female was screaming at her juvenile to get a knife
and kill their dog and could hear juveniles crying. The reporting
party lives directly behind the other residence and can see a
backyard full of trash.
5:15 p.m., Safeway, Burney: An employee reported a white male
adult with a goatee and mustache, white ball cap, black tee shirt
with a white skull on the front, and levi jeans stole DVDís and
left by the west door of the store.
5:49 p.m., 37193 Bue Way, Burney: A woman reported that a male who
used to live at the residence entered it through an open window
sometime the day before. She says it is an ongoing problem.
7:03 p.m., Hwy 299 and Buzzard Roost Road, Round Mountain: A woman
reported that items were taken from a locked vehicle while parked
in a dirt parking area at that location.
8:42 p.m., Rite Aid, Burney: An employee reported a confrontation
between the manager and a customer. The customer threw a can of
Arizona Iced Tea at the manager, yelled obscenities and lef on
8:22 a.m., 20405 Tamarack, Burney: A caller reported a male and
female yelling at a small white house on Tamarack.
8:29 a.m., 37667 Gas Compressor Road, Burney, an employee reported
a grand theft and burglary during the previous week.
9:56 a.m., Safeway, Burney: A woman reported that she purchased a
bouquet of flowers at the store and when she unwrapped them she
found two rings, appeared to be a wedding set, which fell out of
10:14 a.m.: Deputies responded to a fraudulent document call on
Highway 299 east of Black Ranch Road in Burney.
10:29 a.m., 29652, Highway 299, Round Mountain: A woman called and
reported an ongoing problem with individuals walking near her
fence with their dogs and harassing her dogs.
5:05 p.m., Metzger and McArthur Roads, Glenburn: A woman called
and reported a second-hand relay of a male assaulting a female and
dragging her across the field.
12:44 a.m., Rainbows end Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: A female
reported that her former boyfriend had walked by her residence
three times, that day, the last time was five minutes before she
called. He had moved out of her residence the day before and is
staying a nearby residence.
8:56 a.m., 20351 Hudson, Burney: A woman reported being bitten by
a dog that ran out of a yard. No medical required.
9:52 A.M., 21637 St. Helena Street, Johnson Park. A woman reported
her adult son was just at the residence and she requested he
leave. He had walked down the street. She thinks he has stolen her
car and will come back.
12:40 p.m., 37462 Hwy 299, Burney: An employee called and said he
had received a call from a customer who said he was en route to
the business with a shotgun. The customer was upset over repairs.
4:24 p.m., 37460 Juniper Avenue, Burney: a male called to
report that his daughter is using drugs and he is
requesting that she leave. Dispatch could hear female in
the background yelling at the reporting party.
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