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



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5:16 p.m., Michigan Street, Burney: A woman reported that another woman had arrived at her residence, stumbled around the yard then walked to the neighbor’s directly across the street. The woman was thought to possibly be drunk.

6:52 p.m. Highway 299, Johnson Park: A male attempted to break up a fight between two pedestrians’ small dogs and was bitten on both hands and wrists.

8:30 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments. A male reported that another man was passed out on the ground just west of the office.


April 11

9:21 a.m., Mountain School Road, Round Mountain: Dispatch received a secondhand report from a female that her adult son is currently trespassing inside her vacant house.

10:16 a.m., Grogan Street, Burney: An unknown male reported a family disturbance. There was an open line with a male yelling profanities and was heard telling someone to “stay there” prior to the line disconnecting.

2:02 p.m. and again at 4:35 p.m., two calls were received from a woman requesting child custody advice.

2:17 p.m., Deputies assisted an outside  in front of Hovis Hardware.

2:49 p.m. Doty Road, Hat Creek: A woman and the Highway Patrol both reported a hang glider crashing into the rocks at the Hat Creek Rim.

3:57 p.m., Robin Way, Johnson Park: A male reported ongoing harassment by a former employee.

4:13 p.m., Highway 89, Hat Creek: Deputies assisted an outside agency.

7:36 p.m., Mount Pleasant Drive, Hat Creek; Deputies received a missing persons report from a man’s former wife requesting a welfare check on him.

11:18 p.m., Inter Mountain Fair Grounds, McArthur: A woman reported that an oil cap on her vehicle was loosened while she was inside the location causing the oil to drain out in the parking lot. She said her former husband was in the parking lot when she arrived. She has a temporary restraining order against him and believes he may be responsible.



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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)


April 7

9:19 a.m., Cold Deck Lane, Round Mountain/Montgomery Creek area: A woman reports having an ongoing issue with her former boyfriend being on her property.

10:22 a.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: Deputies arrested an undisclosed subject on a warrant.

4:52 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A male reported a woman who he had been told to report was at the apartments.

7:03 p.m., Wash and Dry, Johnson Park: A woman reported being in a disturbance with a female who had been drinking.

10:30 p.m., Burney Area, possibly Roff Way, a caller reported a female drunk driver.


April 8

12:04 a.m., Burney area: A man reported that his daughter, possibly high on meth, was trying to take a 5-year old juvenile. Dispatch could hear a female screaming in the background.

9:58 a.m., Sugar Pine Street, Burney: The Highway Patrol dispatch reported receiving multiple 9-1-1 calls from a juvenile cussing the CHP. They had traced the address and asked deputies to stop by and counsel the juvenile.

1:05 p.m., Highway 299, Round Mountain: A woman reported being assaulted by another woman the day before.

2:36 p.m., Day Road, McArthur: A woman reported being at a friend’s house. There was a male at that location threatening to hurt himself and others. There were five young children in the residence and the male was also threatening to kill his mother. Deputies arrested Tyler Walker on a warrant.

3:53 p.m., Huron Street, Burney: Dispatch received a second hand report from the Highway Patrol of a reckless male driver in an SUV speeding in the area.

5:24 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A man reported that another male was standing on the porch in front of an apartment where the tenant was not home, acting suspicious.


April 9

9:27 a.m., Muskegon, Burney: A woman reported a burglary to an automobile the night before.

10:10 a.m., Nelson Creek Road, Big Bend: A woman reported an ongoing problem with an illegal male camper trespassing and allowing his dog to chase her.

11:02 a.m., Wilcox Road, Hat Creek: A caller requested a welfare check on a pit bull that was tethered, skinny and without water or food. Deputies responded, left note because resident wasn’t home, fed and gave the dog water.

11:20 a.m., Round Mountain/Montgomery Creek area: Caller was not sure of address, reported male making suicidal statements, no methods discussed.

1:19 p.m., Moose Camp Road, Montgomery Creek: A male who lives out of state called and asked for a welfare check on his son and grandson who he hadn’t been able to reach. The phone number was possibly disconnected or changed.

4:07 p.m., Vallejo Street, Johnson Park: A male reported an animal bite.

4:43 p.m., Sheriff’s substation, Burney: A woman contacted the Patrol Sergeant and told him she was supposed to meet a deputy at the sub to pick up her cell phone which he was taking pictures off of.


April 10

Burney area: A woman reported hearing noises in her attic. She believes there is something making her legs burn.

2:12 a.m., Highway 89, just north of Feather Lake Road, Old Station: A man reported seeing a green flare shoot into the sky to the west of Highway 89.

5:22 a.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: Hue and Cry Alarm reported a burglar alarm at the front door of the location.

7:13 a.m., Creighton Drive, Glenburn: A woman reported that a male came to her door and knocked. She told him to leave and said he was high on drugs. He reportedly walked back to his own residence.

10:57 a.m., Grand Rapids Avenue, Fall River Mills: A woman wanted advice after receiving a number of scam calls from a suspect.

11:12 p.m., Fall River Mills area: A secondhand report was received about a male, who was arrested the night before, showing up at her residence. He had gone inside and refused to leave. He finally left that morning. The victim says she had arrived home to find him in her house.

11:52 a.m., Arrowood Street, Burney: A woman reported receiving two scam phone calls from a male suspect. She said the calls were supposedly about legal actions against their business. She wanted the man contacted and the information put on file.

2:17 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A male reported that a man across the street, was armed with an axe and was swinging it at another man. A male chased the man with the axe and everything calmed down. The axe was no longer in sight.

4:52 p.m., Creighton Drive, Glenburn. A woman reported having ongoing issues in her elderly mother’s neighborhood and needed advice.



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