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




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8:24 p.m., Highway 299 east of Black Ranch Road, Burney: Highway Patrol dispatch requested that a deputy help remove a small dead deer from the roadway.

10:14 p.m., Arrowood Street, Burney: A male reported receiving second hand information about two suspicious males walking towards Cypress Street.

10:44 p.m., Arrowood Street, Burney: The Citizen’s Patrol reported a vehicle in a driveway had a door ajar. It was unknown if it was an oversight.


October 18

10:22 a.m., Burney area: A female reported that her boyfriend hit her in the head and grabbed her arm. She said she left and was at her mother’s residence.

2:04 p.m., Burney Falls Trailer Park, Clark Creek Road, Burney: A female reported that her husband had been drinking and they’d been in an argument since early morning. The man was angry because he couldn’t get custody of the grandchildren. He was with them in the trailer and she was at the manager’s office.

3:27 p.m., Burney area: Deputies assisted at the scene of a medical call.

4:01 p.m., Burney Sporting Goods, Burney: An employee reported that he’d been told by a customer that another customer had just stolen a pair of jeans from the store and was now in Rite Aid.

4:21 p.m., Safeway parking lot, Burney: A male reported that a subject had applied canned cheese to his door handle an hour ago. He believes he knows who did it and would like deputies to review the store’s security tapes.

7:55 p.m., Tamarack Road, Burney: A female reported that her husband had been hunting along Tamarack. She requested that deputies help locate him.

11:56 p.m.: Inter Mountain Fairgrounds, McArthur: The Citizen’s Volunteer Patrol reported a Ford Tauris parked behind the Albaugh Exhibit Hall. No one was around and there was a box of shotgun shells in the back seats.




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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)


September 15

8:30 a.m., Shot Gun Road, Big Bend: A male requested a standby at his trailer at the very end of Shot Gun Road. He states he was living at the location, growing marijuana when a subject chased him off of his property. He believes the subject may be armed. He just wants a standby to get his animals and personal property out of his trailer.

10:23 a.m., Post Office, Burney: A woman reported that a Hispanic male adult wearing a blacked hooded sweat shirt and jeans had been walking in circles in the parking lot for the past several minutes.

11:27 a.m., Soldier Mountain High School, McArthur: A female reported ongoing issues she has with her son at the school. She said she had also told another deputy on the 14th.

5:39 p.m., Highway 299 east of St. Helena, Johnson Park: Highway Patrol Dispatch requested that a deputy handle a call of a female jumping in and out of traffic. They have a patrolman responding from Redding.

7:41 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A male called to report a juvenile male running around the apartments shooting things with a pellet gun. He was last seen walking toward Hudson Street.

9:41 p.m., Cottonwood Street, Johnson Park: A male reported that another man had threatened him and broke out the window of his vehicle for an unknown reason.


October 16

11:15 a.m., Johnson Road, Montgomery Creek: A female reported that a runaway foster child had been located at his uncles home.

11:16 a.m., Tamarack, School District Office, Burney: An employee reported that a nearby resident was stealing electricity from the District office. He requested extra patrol during the night hours.

11:57 a.m., McArthur Mobile Home Park, McArthur: A woman reported that her juvenile nephew had been staying with her. He had now returned to his mother’s care, but had lost his medicine and the mother was accusing her of stealing it.

1:07 p.m., Cassel Drive, Cassel: A male called and reported being harassed by neighboring juveniles, unsure of who, who threw rocks at his window last night or the night before, he couldn’t remember which.

1:15 p.m., McArthur Road, Glenburn: A female reported her boyfriend jumped on her windshield, causing damage. He had left toward Spring Creek Road.

3:29 p.m., Bailey Avenue, Burney: Two callers, one male, one female, reported juveniles at the skateboard park shooting pellet guns at each other.

4:48 p.m., Crews Way, Burney: A female reported that her downstairs neighbors were smoking drugs. The smoke was so bad she couldn’t open her window.

4:57 p.m., Junction of Highways 44 and 89, Old Station: A male reported that a female was laying in the parking lot at the location. She was possibly high on drugs or drunk. He requested that she be moved along.

4:59 p.m., Hat Creek Campground, Highway 89, Old Station: A man reported that a .32 caliber pistol and fishing poles had been stolen from his locked vehicle earlier in the day.

8:19 p.m., Burney Area: A male reported his girlfriend had just come into the residence and hit him with a flashlight. Both were drunk.

9:44 p.m., Grace Community Church, Burney: An anonymous person reported a male acting crazy or high, last seen in the Parking lot.

10:06 p.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: An alarm company reported an audible alarm at the entrance to the Wellness Building.

10:56 p.m.: Cassel Drive, Cassel: A male reported unknown individuals were throwing rocks at his residence. This was the third night it happened.

11:47 p.m., McArthur Road, Glenburn: A caller reported subjects playing loud music and requested they be made to turn it down.


October 17

12:11 a.m., Oak Street, Burney: A caller reported that two possibly females, one could be a juvenile or a very young female said “she’s trying to force me off the property.” Then the line disconnected.

9:02 a.m.: Tamarack, Burney: A woman reported that a male’s belongings were sitting at the bus stop. There was gas, a chain saw and other items. She said deputies had been looking for the male the night before because he had threatened to kill everyone in the area.

9:13 a.m., Sandy Lane, Burney: A female reported that a German Shepard was on the neighbor’s property killing chickens and the neighbors weren’t home.

11:27 a.m., Burney Area: A female reported that she believed her sister-in-law is being abused by her grandson due to the frequent disturbances at the woman’s home. She said a Pit River Health Clinic employee had also reported it. She said the woman moved in three days ago and the grandson had already ripped her door off.

12:12 p.m., Crews Way, Burney. A female reported an ongoing problem with her neighbor letting her dogs out. The dogs had just chased the reporting party’s 2-year old.

1:23 p.m., Mount Burney Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: A woman reported that the park owner had failed to pay the water bill and the water had been shut off a week ago.

1:36 p.m.: 2nd Street, Fall River Mills: A man reported having an issue with dogs being threatening in the area.

4:14 p.m., Hat Creek Park, Highway 299: A man reported two women in a dark vehicle had pulled over and were carving into the white rock cliff next to the roadway.

4:23 p.m., McArthur Mobile Home Park, McArthur: A male reported that another male is in violation of a harassment restraining order.

5:59 p.m., Fall River area: Cal Fire Dispatch requested that deputies respond to a call where an agitated male on 9-1-1, who wouldn’t provide his name reported thata woman had possibly overdosed.

6:18 p.m. Mayers Memorial Hospital, Fall River Mills: An employee reported that a veterinarian was being treated for a dog bite. He had been trying to care for a puppy with a broken leg that was in a lot of pain and been bit. The dog is at the vet’s office and will be there for two days. The owner will continue quarantine when he takes the puppy home.


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