|Published Every Tuesday Phone/Fax (530) 336-6262 P. O. Box 224, Fall River Mills, CA 96028|
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11:40 p.m., Garden Lane, Johnson Park: A woman said that a female had told her mother that her husband had assaulted her.
11:45 p.m., Johnson Park area: A male reported that a victim had been in the emergency room an hour earlier who said her husband had stabbed her in the arm with a piece of glass.
7:14 a.m., Big Bend Area: A missing person was located near Deadland Campground between Big Bend and McCloud.
12:09 p.m., A woman called and explained she had filled out a credit application to buy a vehicle and the person who had the application told her it had been lost. She wanted to know what to do to protect herself.
3:06 p.m., Burney area: A past tense child abuse was reported.
3:41 p.m., Deputies responded to a narcotics other call in the Burney area.
4:02 p.m., 37200 block of Highway 299 in Burney: A male reported that an unknown person had entered his rental property and is spending the night. He would like the individual removed.
4:19: p.m., 37200 block of Highway 299, Burney: A burglar alarm was reported.
6:15 p.m., Fall River Mills area: A man reported his 15-year old son was out of control. His wife was holding the juvenile down. The juvenile was violent and the dispatcher could hear screaming in the background.
6:50 p.m., Marquette and Birch, Burney: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
8:18 p.m., Highway 299 and Roff Way, Burney: A white dog was reported wandering in and out of traffic.
Incidents reported to
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
3:54 a.m., Hudson Street, Burney: Deputies arrested and Booked Joseph Mullen after a caller reported that he was pounding on a door and yelling for help, saying his family was murdered. The caller thought he was possibly a transient and refused to open the door.
9:24 a.m., Hudson Street, Burney: A woman reported that someone had gotten access to her computer and three credit card accounts. She told deputies someone had withdrawn $200 from her U.S. Bank account.
9:54 a.m., Burney area: A woman reported a court order violation when she showed up at her aunt’s funeral and tried to take the children from she and her husband against a court order.
11:57 a.m., Dunn Moody Road, Round Mountain: A woman reported an identity theft by another woman.
3:22 p.m., Rainbows End Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: A man reported the theft of a $1200 chain saw from a trailer attached to a lawn mower.
4:15 p.m., Blue Bird Lane, Burney: Deputies arrested and booked Rodney Eugene Keim.
5:19 p.m., Big Bend Fire Department, Big Bend. A party reported a person missing in the vicinity of the Hot Springs in Big Bend.
6:06 p.m., Oak View Street, Burney; A woman reported catching an unknown male looking through her sliding back door. He had a dark complexion and was wearing a black hoodie.
7:47 p.m., Highway 299 and Shasta Street, Burney: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
8:00 p.m., Cascade Avenue, Burney: A woman reported a burglary to her former husband’s residence and the theft of three rifles, two of hers and one of his.
11:38 p.m., 36300 block of Highway 299, Burney: A woman reported that her daughter was leaving her 11-month old baby at her residence and refusing to care for her.
3:37 a.m., Robin Way, Johnson Park: A male reported having a police hotline tip app on which he had just received a message from a woman advising that there was a subject on her porch and she was requesting assistance.
10:45 a.m., Dee Knoch/Cassel-Fall River Road: A woman reported that a vehicle was parked on the shoulder of the road with its windows smashed and paper plates.
11:32 a.m., 37400 block of Highway 299, Burney: A woman reported that an unknown person had damaged her door.
9:59 a.m., Big Bend Road, Montgomery Creek: Deputies performed a civil standby.
2:03 p.m., Mountain View Road, Burney: A woman reported an ongoing problem with people loitering on the porch and sleeping in the area. She said she was concerned for the safety of a woman who lived above the business.
2:05 p.m., 36300 block of Highway 299, Burney: Deputies performed a standby while a woman picked up her juvenile.
4:28 p.m., Cove Road, Montgomery Creek: A woman reported that tenants who had been evicted that day were back on the property.
5:14 p.m., A caller reported that her daughter and her boyfriend were in a domestic violence situation earlier in the day and her daughter had bruises on her neck. The couple had left with their children but the caller would like deputies to perform a welfare check.
7:22 p.m., Mountain View High School, Tamarack Street, Burney: Cal Safety reported an active alarm.
9:42 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported an ongoing problem with a car playing loud music.
1:13 a.m., Burney area: An uncooperative woman reported that her brother was drunk and she thought he may hurt himself. She said the man’s girlfriend was with him. She refused to answer more questions and hung up.
7:57 a.m., Big Bend area: A caller reported that a man and woman were in a disturbance on Highway 299 east of Rocky Ledge Shell in Johnson Park.
10:37 a.m., Circle Drive, Old Station: A man reported being bitten by a dog when he tried to deliver a portable heating unit to the dog’s owner.
5:36 p.m., Safeway Stores Parking lot, Burney: A man reported that the mother of his child didn’t have a car seat when he picked up the child. He said it was an ongoing problem.
8:25 p.m., 37200 Highway 299, A caller reported that he was with two friendly black labs that were loose and asked deputies to pick them up.
9:05 p.m. Grogan Street, Burney: A woman reported dropping the children off with their father. He had been drinking and possibly using drugs in violation of a court order.
9:08 p.m., Marquette Street, Burney, A woman reported that a roommate left a trailer on the property and was supposed to pick it up that day, but hadn’t yet. She said she just saw a light on in the trailer and the door was open. She didn’t see anyone or hear anything suspicous.
10:27 p.m., Oak View Street, Burney: A man reported his son had left the area after a fight with his girlfriend. The boy was last seen at 9:35 p.m. and had a history of running away. The boy returned the next morning.
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