reported to the
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)
February 25 issue of Mountain Echo’s Sheriff’s log we reported
that an employee of the Pit Stop Store in Big Bend reported that
a male took out a pistol, loaded it and pointed at the employee.
That is incorrect. A male reported that he had been in the
vicinity of the store and the incident occurred. It did not
happen at the store or to an employee. Mountain Echo apologizes
for the misinterpretation.
Burney Area; A caller said a female told the caller that after
the male was arrested that night, that she was home with her
stepson who had raped her in December. She had been drinking,
was frightened and made the statement she was going to lay in
Long Street, Fall River Mills: A male caller reported that his
daughter’s boyfriend who lived with them had just assaulted the
daughter, took money and a bicycle and left the residence.
Alpine Way, the Fall River Valley beat: A woman reported that it
was possible that her dog had been poisoned by a neighbor, had
suspect information and was having an ongoing problem with a
neighbor and their dogs.
Trinity Street, Burney: A male called to report that he was
having a problem with a former friend who constantly called him.
Fall River area: A male reported a suspicious male loitering in
the area for the past 10 minutes.
Highway 299E, Johnson Park:
Deputies assisted an outside agency.
Oak Drive, Cassel: A female reported her 19-year-old grandson
was causing a disturbance with her husband.
Woodhill Drive, Montgomery Creek: A female reported that several
years ago her husband worked for Rite Aid and stole medications
from them. She had found them in her house.
Arrowood Street, Burney: A male reported that a juvenile left 15
minutes earlier because of an argument.
Arrowood Street, Burney: A male called to report that the
juvenile had returned.
Burney area: A caller reported a male in the field, not fully
clothed, he was yelling and throwing sticks.
a.m., Highway 299, east of Highway 89, Burney: A female caller
reported that she’d been assaulted by a male in a vehicle. She
said they were pulled over at the intersection. The phone
Burney Elementary School, Burney: Staff called to ask for a
welfare check on juveniles. She said the students had enrolled
14 days earlier and had only attended five days. She said the
juvenile’s aunt, the emergency contact, seemed confused that the
juveniles weren’t in school. It is unknown if the aunt lives
with the juveniles.
Burney High School: A mother reported that her daughter was
having an ongoing problem with being bullied. That day the
daughter had found a letter in her locker saying “White Pride.”
She is contacting the school and says the school is aware of the
Park Avenue, Burney: A male reported the petty theft of a number
Round Mountain/Montgomery Creek area: A caller reported a male
and female in a disturbance with the male pushing the female
around in an A Frame under the power lines.
p.m., Old Bickle Pace, Glenburn: A female reported that her
husband was having a hard time dealing with an illness. He had
left the house on foot and she hadn’t been able to find him.
a.m., Pit River Health Clinic, Burney: An employee reported
finding a wallet with various ID’s and drugs in it.
Burney Elementary School, Burney, Staff reported the assault of
a student after school. Student is en route home. Family
Sapphire Road, Burney: A female came home and found a
girlfriend’s daughter in the house. She discovered money missing
and thinks the girl had a key.
Blue Heron Circle, Old Station: A woman reported that her
husband had left to go to the family cabin to meet with a
Craig’s List buyer. She hasn’t heard from him and he isn’t
answering the phone. He also has had a stroke a year ago.
Quebec Street Apartments, Burney: A woman reported that her
cousin stole several items while she was out of town.
Pine Shadows Road, McArthur: A female reported 3-4 subjects have
a fire along Day Road. One was wearing a reflector vest and one
was smoking a cigarette. She felt it was odd because there was
no vehicle visible in the area.
a.m., Burney area: A male called to report a possible domestic
violence between his brother and brother’s former girlfriend.
The brother is known to carry a knife. He had walked by and
heard the disturbance. The female called him and said she had
p.m., A caller reported an English Setter type dog running loose
in traffic in Burney making cars swerve.
p.m.: A pharmacy employee reported that an unknown female was
calling in false prescriptions. She’d been told it would take
,some time so employee could call deputies.
An employee at Fall River High School reported to frequent
2nd Street, Johnson Park: A female called and needed
advice. She said the father of her child had said he plans on
picking child up and taking a trip out of state. She believes
her custody paper prohibit it, but isn’t sure.
Cassel Road, Cassel: A male reported his former wife has a
restraining order against him. She came to residence and caused
a disturbance, forced her way inside and made threats saying he
should put a lock on his door or he would be assaulted.
p.m., Highway 299E, McArthur: A male reported a neighbor came
over with a knife and threatened him, also punctured tires in
front of the location.
Beacon USA Gas, Burney: Burglar alarm reported.
Fall River High School, McArthur: Staff reported two juveniles
who are habitually truant.
a.m., Mountain View High School, Burney: Staff reported a
student who had been recently suspended for smoking dope on a
break had left the school grounds without permission.
Plumas Street, Burney, a male reported that a female who did his
taxes for him changed the information and had the refund wired
to the wrong account.
Viola Street, Johnson Park: A male reported a chain saw stolen.
Highway 89, Cayton Valley area: A female reported a subject with
his had pulled down low, wearing a blue or dark colored jacket
with a black bag walking very slowly along the highway
approximately 20 minutes earlier. She was concerned that he
might need assistance due to his slowness and the time of day.
Ash Avenue, Burney: A male reported being threatened by his next
door male neighbor.
Burney area: A male reported that his wife hit him with a broom
before she left. Wants to pursue charges against her so he can
get his children back.
Highway 299, Burney: A female called and said she was drunk and
stated that her younger sister had assaulted her. She refused to
answer questions and was crying. Dispatch heard a male yelling
about someone throwing a beer bottle. The caller hung up when he
started yelling at her.
Roff Way, Burney: A male called to report that his brother and a
friend were at the location drunk and causing disturbance with
a.m., Shasta Street, Burney: A female reported that another
woman was harassing her because she had filed charges against
the woman and the woman had filed a false report against her for
a.m., An alarm was reported on Cinder Pit Road, Hat Creek.
12:01 p.m., Safeway Store, Burney: A woman
reported that a black and white, 4-month-old Pit Bull puppy was
chasing customers and nipping at them.
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