Published Every Tuesday                    Phone/Fax (530) 336-6262                    P. O. Box 224, Fall River Mills, CA 96028




Incidents Continued Here

7:18 p.m., Oregon Street, Johnson Park: A woman reported several canines in front of her residence that would growl at her. They were last seen running toward Cottonwood Street.

7:38 p.m., Rite Aid, Burney: A male reported that another male attempted to assault a female. He didn’t see the man hit her, but she was crying. They walked into the wooded area.

8:58 p.m., Highways 89/44, Old Station: A deputy assisted an outside agency.

11:39 p.m., Highways 89/44, Old Station: A K0 assist was requested.


September 11

4:46 a.m., Sugar Pine Street, Burney: A female reported that her husband left the house with two shotgun shells and was possibly going to kill another male.

11:58 a.m., Sand Pit Road, Cassel: A male reported being bitten by a dog. He will seek medical attention shortly.

4 p.m., Glenburn: A female reported the theft of circuit breakers.

6:57 p.m., Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills: A caller reported an assault involving a male and female.

8:40 p.m., Cassel Road, Cassel: Deputies provided a K-9 Assistance.

8:43 p.m., Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills. A ,male reported a female causing a disturbance with everyone in the complex.

9:46 p.m., Cedar Street, Burney: A female called to report two males in a dispute, possibly with sticks.

11:38 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A female reported a drunk male just got in the house drunk and tried to get in the neighbor’s as well. Was currently talking with husband outside of the house.



Bookings

September 8
Fernando F. Vargas was arrested at the Burney Villa Apartments, Burney.
September 9
Ryan Uria was arrested on a warrant on Oak Street, Burney.
 September 11
Jacinto J. Jimenez was arrested on a warrant.

Clint Hoyt was arrested on Cassel Road on a warrant.
 September 12
Timothy D. Heffley was arrested for narcotics possession.


            
Incidents reported to the
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)


 September 7

9:28 a.m. Burney area: An anonymous caller from an undisclosed address reported that an unfamiliar male was wandering through the neighborhood that morning and was currently in a yard at an undisclosed address. The caller said they would call in updates on his location.

10:40 a.m., Webster Way, Montgomery Creek: A caller reported that a dog attacked she and her dog and was still in the area. She declined medical attention. The other dog belonged to another residence on her property.  A f0llow up entry showed that the dogs would be licensed.

3:07 p.m., Phillips Road, Round Mountain: A caller reported that his son was overdue. He was moving to Oregon, was supposed to have been at the caller’s residence the night before and the caller hadn’t heard from him in two days. A follow up report showed the son had called.

5:09 p.m., Clark Creek Road, Burney: A female requested a welfare check on juveniles. The man at the residence was acting strangely, the living conditions weren’t good and the last time the mother had seen the children they were afraid to talk.


September 8

8:07 a.m., Terry Mill Road, Round Mountain: A male reported an ongoing problem with subjects taking water from the creek. One individual made several trips a day to take water to irrigate his pot grow.

8:24 a.m., Burney area: A woman reported receiving a strange voice mail from someone she believes lives in the Burney area. The message advised the caller was from law enforcement and advised she call and make a report. She doesn’t know who it is.

8:57 a.m. Montgomery Creek area: A follow up call on possible sex abuse.

8:58 a.m. Montgomery Creek area: a follow up call on a possible sexual assault.

11:38 a.m.: Burney area: An unknown caller reported an unknown female staggering along the roadway. The suspect had left from the area of the Safeway Store and is walking toward a censored location. She was approximately 30 and wearing a bright green shirt.

12:03 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A woman reported receiving a call from home saying her 4-year old was missing, having left 5-minutes before. Closest address to that residence is on the Bunchgrass Lookout Road.

12:34 p.m., Highway 44/89, Old Station: A man reported that hiking gear had been taken from outside a restroom at Subway Caves the day before.

12:40 p.m., Ice Lakes Trail, Big Bend: A woman reported that a male had threatened her life. She said this was the third time and she was going to the court house that afternoon to get a  restraining order.

1:32 p.m., Deputies responded to a call in the Burney area with no caller, no details, no suspect information to take care of unspecified suspicious circumstances.

3:37 p.m., Burney Coffee Shop, Burney: A male reported several cameras had been installed in the business and managers have screens where customers and passerby’s can see female employees behind the counter. The onlookers have started harassing the employees.  

3:58 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported a drunk female with an open container was cutting in and out of the roadway. She had been seen with another woman earlier and thinks she should be checked out.

5:22 p.m., Birch Avenue, Burney: A woman reported that her sister was passed out from drinking on the caller’s back porch and requested that deputies make the woman move on.

10:09 p.m., Snuffy Lane, Round Mountain: A woman reported arriving home and finding the lock to the front door was damaged. There was no entry to the residence.

11:30 p.m., ‘A’ Street, McArthur: A woman reported that her door was locked when she left and was unsecured now. She couldn’t hear anyone inside. Her daughter had heard noises an hour earlier and found that clothes had been taken off the clothes line.


September 9

10:09 a.m. Woods Street, Burney: Deputies did a follow up call on a previous call. Child Protective Services went to a woman’s residence with her juvenile daughter and the woman doesn’t want her back. The juvenile had assaulted her and charges had been pressed.

12:15 p.m..  Gunsmith Way, Burney: A male advised that a an I-Phone had been stolen from a locked vehicle the day before.

12:23 p.m., Fir Street, Burney: A male reported a subject hit his vehicle with an unknown object while he was driving in the area. He wants to report the matter for damages.

3:03 p.m. Marquette Street, Burney: A female reported a suspicious e-mail. She requested a call regarding internet spam.

5:13 p.m., Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills: A woman reported that a male was visiting and threatened her 13-14 year old sons when they were in the laundry room.

5:15 p.m., Gunsmith Way, Burney: A male reported a stolen I-Phone, reported having a suspect.

5:47 p.m., Safeway Store, Burney: A female reported that two men in a green suburban appeared to have had a drug transaction and were eastbound on Highway 299.

7:05 p.m. Plumas Bank, Fall River Mills: An alarm company reported a teller’s silent alarm had been activated in the bank.

8:38 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A male called and reported that a cat was disturbing his rabbits. He was told he should trap the cat and he had him trapped.

10:54 p.m.: Station Café, Montgomery Creek: A deputy found a deer in the roadway.


September 10

4:26 p.m.,   Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills: Deputies did a follow up call on a woman’s report that her sons had been threatened when they went to the laundry room.

1:31 a.m., Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills: A man reported four or five subjects had been playing loud music for the past few hours.

11:28 a.m., An unknown male reported a vandalism at an undisclosed location and wanted personal contact.

2:21 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A female reported that her daughter had just called and reported that a male was hitting her and she wanted to kill herself. The caller wasn’t sure of the address.

3:35 p.m., Superior Street, Burney: A male called and reported that a 100 year-old female had been visiting relatives in Louisiana and was now home, but needed help. He requested that deputies do a welfare check on her.

6:10 p.m., Burney area: An anonymous reported a male walking all over in the hotel looking for his girlfriend who he said was hiding next door. He wasn’t drunk , didn’t appear to have weapons but was very  threatening.

6:41 p.m., Pit River Minimart, Burney: A woman requested contact regarding another female who stole from them and then and then ran into the wooded area behind the store. She was last seen with a male riding a bicycle.