|Published Every Tuesday Phone/Fax (530) 336-6262 P. O. Box 224, Fall River Mills, CA 96028|
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12:04 a.m., St. Helena Street, Johnson Park. Brett Wayne Griffith was arrested on outstanding warrants.
8:56 a.m., Sierra Center Drive, Fall River Mills: A male reported his white, male, standard poodle was lost.
12:17 p.m., Birch Avenue, Burney: A female reported that her sister-in-law who was supposed to take a bus to Washington a week ago had never showed up and hadn’t contacted the family.
3:31 p.m., Highway 299, East of Highway 89 in the Johnson Park area had a traffic hazard consisting of a 20 foot wide pile of dirt in the roadway.
3:42 p.m. Hagen Flat Road, Big Bend. A CHP officer was responding to an unknown injury traffic accident and was requesting that a deputy back him up.
Incidents reported to
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
2:39 a.m., Rex Club, Burney: A woman reported being assaulted by her daughter’s boyfriend 30 minutes earlier. Both parties are still at the location. At 4:49 a.m., Michael Roberts was arrested at that location. The assault victim was being treated at Mayers Memorial Hospital’s emergency room and was concerned about her daughter’s safety because the male “tends to become violent.”
4:48 p.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: A caller reported there had been an attempted burglary to a vacant business in the past two months. Pliers were still in the window.
5:22 p.m., Cedar Creek Mobile Home Park, Round Mountain: A male reported that a neighbor was trying to burglarize his vacant trailer.
7:10 p.m., Cassel Road, Cassel: A woman reported that someone outside the location was shooting a gun. The shooter was now on her porch ringing the doorbell. The caller then advised that the person on the porch had hit a deer and dispatched it. She no longer needed assistance.
12:02 a.m., Highway 299 near the Hatchet Mountain summit, Burney area: Highway Patrol Dispatch reported a white pickup with a white camper shell parked on the side of the roadway near the summit and asked deputies to check on it.
10:57 a.m., Cove Road, Montgomery Creek: A male reported the grand theft of a generator and tools from inside the locked yard at the Pit 6 Power House.
11:41 a.m., Burney area: A female reported that she feared for her safety and the safety of her daughter when a 12-year old habitual delinquent returned to the location.
12:16 p.m., Enterprise Drive, Burney: An employee reported a client was causing a disturbance with staff. The female’s mother is inside and the suspect is outside. She requested that the suspect be removed from the property.
5:27 p.m., Tamarack, nearest dross street is Orchard Way. Deputies assisted an outside agency with five individuals.
8:12 p.m., Rite Aid, Burney: An alarm at the door to the Pharmacy’s consultation room was reported.
10:17 p.m., Burney area: A party who refused to be identified reported that a “listed” subject (which wasn’t listed on the log, observed (censored). The reporting party said could hear him yelling, involved in drug activity, wishes contact with a deputy.
11:27 p.m., Tamarack, Burney: A male reported an uncle was inside the residence threatening to bite the female who wanted him out of the residence. Stephen Gensaw was arrested.
8:03 a.m., Pittville Road, McArthur: Deputies received a request to arrange assistance in serving a search order.
10:41 a.m., Tamarack, Burney: A male reported that another male who had a history of trespassing on his property was trespassing again.
11:03 a.m., Burney High School, A female reported the theft of a cell phone from the locker room between 4-5 p.m.
2:57 p.m. Pittville Road, McArthur: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
3:30 p.m. Fall River Elementary School: A female reported finding marijuana stuffed inside a bench on the playground.
4:33 p.m., Little Valley: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
6:08 p.m., Fall River Golf Course: Precision Alarm reported an audible alarm from the kitchen entry, area, and office area.
10:50 p.m., A caller reported that two unknown subjects with flashlights were southbound near the power lines. One was wearing a black sweatshirt. One was carrying a stick or bat.
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