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

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3:44 p.m., Cassel - Fall River Road, Cassel: Deputies provided an outside agency assist on a dirt road just west of the Cassel - Fall River Road.

4:18 p.m., Johnson Park area: A caller reported that a possible transient with an unleashed dog walked through the area letting the dog go in the yards. When he confronted the man the man yelled at him and continued down Whaley, toward the old power plant.

6:14 p.m., A woman reported that a teen and two 7-year olds came into her garage and knocked on her door and then refused to leave until she told them she was calling the police.

7:15 p.m., Oakview Street, Burney: A woman reported that a pig tried to bite her husband near the gas pipeline Road behind their residence.

7:17 p.m., Big Bend area: An employee in a Redding Emergency Room reported that a female victim of an assault by another female had been treated earlier in the day but did not want contact or to report the incident.

October 24

4:05 a.m., Montgomery Creek/Round Mountain area, A man reported unknown subjects were continually harassing him. They were in his front yard as he called. He also reported that they were throwing rocks at his house. He said he has a marijuana patch but did not have a firearm because he wanted to be in compliance with the law.

10:03 a.m., Rex Club, Burney: A man reported the theft of a food tray from the business’ freezer.

10:16 p.m., Arrowood, Burney: A man reported a bicycle stolen from a yard.

10:52 p.m., Softwind Road, Big Bend: A man reported that a woman was at the location refusing to leave. He said it was an ongoing issue.

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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)

October 21

9:30 a.m., Roff Way, Burney: A woman reported that she had received information that a recently evicted tenant might be staying in the apartment illegally.

10:45 a.m., Lava Flat Lane, Burney: A woman said her adult son was causing a disturbance and vandalizing property in the house. He had left on his bicycle toward Safeway.

11:17 a.m., Highway 89, A woman reported a possible burglary to a residence for the second time in two weeks.

5:10 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported that a neighbor was dealing pills in the area and had done the same thing the day before.

6:13 p.m., Arrowood, Burney: A woman reported an aggressive Pit Bull and a black and white long hair- possible lab mix in her front yard preventing her from getting in her car.

6:14 p.m., Lava Flat Road, Burney: A woman reported that her son was back at the location, pounding on her door and demanding to be let in. She would like him arrested. Deputies received a second call regarding a similar incident at 7:13 p.m.

6:43 p.m., Cal Safety reported a burglar alarm sounding at the Burney Falls Camp store.

6:48 p.m., Pit River Casino, Tamarack in Burney. Deputies received a report of indiscriminate shooting.

7:28 p.m., Ponderosa Way, Burney: A woman called to report that over an hour earlier a male had spent a half hour threatening to get a firearm and kill employees at Twin View Towing in Redding. At 8:36 p.m., AAA called requesting to know the disposition of that call.

7:33 p.m., Gunsmith Way, Burney: A woman reported a missing person at risk.

8:23 p.m., Lava Flat Lane, Burney: A woman reported hearing her son’s dog outside and believed her son was there also.

October 22

4:01 a.m.: A woman reported that her son and her girlfriend were staying at the location temporarily. The 17-year old girl was acting suspiciously and the reporting party had taken all the knives and big forks and hidden them.  A second call from the reporting party said they pair kept fleeing on foot and then returning. She said she witnessed the male kick and punch the female several times. Deputies arrested and booked Corey Murphy in relation to the call.

6:55 a.m., Deputies provided a K-9 assist at the Burney Villa Apartments.

11:15 a.m., Baldy McCulley Road, McArthur:  A woman called to report that her dog had been stolen nine months earlier and she wanted to report it.

12:43 p.m., 38000 block of Highway 299, Johnson Park: A man reported the theft of a weed eater.

1:25 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A man reported that another neighbor kept yanking a dog by its neck into the man’s apartment. The caller felt It was animal cruelty and an ongoing issue.

1:51 p.m., Area: A caller reported that a woman who was off her medications was at the Circle of Friends and asked that be she be picked up because of her mental issues. The caller said staff at the location was very uncomfortable.

4:02 p.m., Indian Springs School, Big Bend: An employee reported an ongoing problem with the theft of fuel.

5:56 p.m. Pit River Powerhouse Road, Highway 299, Fall River Mills: A male reported several subjects inside a fenced area fishing.

11:10 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported a male and female had been in a disturbance and it appeared that the woman had blood on her face. She was then in the apartment and he was outside in a pickup.

October 23

9:04 a.m., Roff Way, Burney: A woman reported that she had not seen a neighbor woman for over a month. The woman’s vehicle was also missing. It was unusual for the neighbor not to tell her if she was leaving. Relatives told her the woman was in Redding.

10:59 a.m., Kelley’s Laundromat, Superior Street, Burney: A caller reported that an individual tried to throw a brick through the closed business’ window and break in the night before. The caller was unable to reach the owner.

11:26 a.m., Burney Water District, Hudson Street, Burney: Staff reported having a video of a person trespassing.

11:26 a.m., Burney area: A male requested a standby to pick up his possessions. He said his mother’s boyfriend and assaulted him the night before leaving him with facial injuries and teeth knocked out.

12:56 p.m., Orchard Avenue, Burney: An unknown caller reported that trash was scattered around the end of the street near the creek. The caller refused to give additional information and hung up.

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