|Published Every Tuesday Phone/Fax (530) 336-6262 P. O. Box 224, Fall River Mills, CA 96028|
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3:52 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A female reported being harassed by another female. She said it was an ongoing problem.
3:57 p.m., Jack Rabbit Flats Road, Burney: A female reported that a male walked through her property carrying foot long knife, threatening her and her dog. He left toward Highway 299.
4:08 p.m., Hill Country Clinic, Round Mountain: A female reported an incorrigible juvenile they dealt with the day before lived in Burney.
6:34 p.m., Park Avenue, Burney: A male reported seeing a female sitting outside who was a suspect in an assault case against another female.
9:57 p.m., Hudson Street, Burney: A male reported that another male had made threats two hours earlier over the phone. Believe the suspect had been drinking and was concerned because of the children.
12:22 a.m., Pit 3: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
5:29 a.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: Deputies responded to a report of a burglar alarm.
10:17 a.m., Highway 299/Tamarack, a woman reported a dead dog in the roadway at the intersection.
2:20 p.m., Energy Drive, Johnson Park: Deputies responded to an alarm at the entry gate to Covanta.
3:45 p.m., McArthur Mobile Home Park; A warrant arrest.
3:44 p.m.: Oak View, Burney: Deputies validated a deer tag.
4:02 p.m., Long Street, Fall River Mills: A male reported that a suspect who possibly stole his grandson’s bike some time ago rode by the reporting party. The caller confronted him and he left in the direction of the first house across from the Veterans Hall.
5:10 p.m.: Tamarack, Burney: A male reported hearing a loud explosion.
5:49 p.m.: 299 and Enterprise in Burney. A caller reported an injured dog at that location.
8:20 p.m. CHP Dispatch reported subjects possibly throwing things at vehicles.
9:00 p.m., Tamarack, Burney, a trespassing was reported with the possible use of drugs and alcohol.
9:02 p.m., McArthur Mobile Home Park: A missing woman was reported. Her husband said she had left with the carnival two weeks ago and had been in Livingston. He receive a text from her saying she was walking to Sacramento and he hadn’t heard from her since.
11:25 p.m., Marquette Street, Burney: A woman reported another woman banking on the wall in the next apartment and has said she was being under “surveillance.”
Incidents reported to
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
1:31 a.m., Quebec Street, Burney: A female reported group of approximately 15 males in a disturbance and have since dispersed.
2:52 a.m., Burney area: a medical employee reported a female being treated for a laceration to the right forearm. She told reporting party she was wrestling around with relatives who were t rying to cut up her beanie baby and accidently got cut.
9:24 a.m., Pit River Health, Burney: An employee reported that a homeless victim was bitten in the high in the hat creek area by a German Shepherd the owner is unknown.
10:42 a.m., Fall River Lodge, Fall River: Deputies attempted to contact an individual.
11:07 a.m., Hatchet Wind Project, Burney: A caller reported that a subject at that location assaulted an employee. The subjects are separated and waiting for contact. No medical needed.
2:48 p.m., Little Valley: A Lassen County Deputy was out with a wanted subject and requested that a Shasta County Deputy back him up.
5:11 p.m., Long Street, Fall River Mills: A woman reported an unauthorized withdrawal from her bank account. Unknown suspect.
8:03 p.m. Fall River Area: An unknown caller reported hearing a male and female in a disturbance and an unlisted location, Other people have arrived and situation is escalating.
10:25 p.m., Bue Way, Burney: A male reported watching a residence for a homeowner. He left a light on and now it was off. He requested that a deputy investigate.
12:17 a.m., Tamarack, Burney: A caller who refused to give a name reported a loud party directly across from the Pit River Gas Station.
9:06 a.m. Hinds road, Montgomery Creek: A male reported an ongoing problem with subjects speeding by his residence on a private road.
10:49 a.m., Tamarack, Burney: A woman reported going to her son’s house and finding blood all over house and his care vandalized with rocks. Her son is home but, the victim, a female is not at the location.
The reporting party’s cell phone was dying.
12 p.m.: Arrowood Street, Burney: A male reported an ongoing issue with a neighbor’s dogs, breaking down the fence between the two properties and active aggressively when children walk buy. The two dogs are black lab types.
1:17 p.m., Tamarack and Park, Burney: Deputies requested to attempt to contact a male known to be in the area at 11:30 p.m.
1:33 p.m.: Highway 299, McArthur: Sheriff’s personnel heed the owner of a dog that is not answering his cell phone to bring a dog in for Quarantine by 5 p.m.
3:23 p.m., Mountain View, Burney, Highway Patrol Dispatch reported they had a n officer outwith one of the drivers involved in a property damage accident and requested backup.
3:36 p.m., Gas Line: A caller who refused to leave a name reported hearing shots from possibly laongthe gas line. Nothing was seen.
3:56 p.m.: Black Ranch Toad near Clark Creek Road: A woman reported seeing a loose dog 15 minutes earlier headed toward the bridge.
4:07 p.m., Fall River High School: A male reported receiving calls from an subject that claimed to be with the IRS.
4:57 p.m., Enterprise, Burney: A woman reported finding what looked like a small bag of marijuana. She like to know what to do with it.
5:33 p.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A male reported juveniles using aerosol cans and lighters to make flame throwers. A follow up call reported that the juveniles had returned and the male would like them contacted.
6:38 p.m., Rainbows End Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: A female reported hearing three subjects talking about her in a negative was as she left the park. She says she has a restraining oder against them.
8:04 p.m.: Burney Villa Apartments (Hilliard Apartments), Burney: A male reported that his wife’s sister in-law got hit on her neck by a 15-year-old son. The female has marks on her neck. The juvenile left and returned with two friends and a bottle of booze and are refusing to leave.
20:05 a.m. Two deputies got in a pursuit at the Fall River Golf Course and booked Juan Venegas and Adrian Turner.
9:13 a.m., Bailey Park, Burney: A female reported that she and her son had gone to the park and found drug activity going on
9:53 p.m., Sapphire Road, Burney: A male reported the theft of medications possibly the day before.
10:51 a.m. Los Colinas Mobile Home Park, Burney: A female reported that a mail was running around near a white pickup firing shots in the air in the field behind the mobile home park. It was the first road past the park. He headed toward Highway 299, was a white male adult 5’10 inches tall, blond hair, dark blue shirt, and light colored jeans. Two deputies and two highway patrolmen responded through town with lights and sirens.
12:39 p.m., Highway 89/299, a caller reported a nude male, 30 to 35 years old running in the roadway possibly trying to get hit by vehicles, climbing trees and appears to have a mental problem.
12:56 p.m. Highway 89, five miles south of Highway 299, Cassel: A deputy assisted a highway patrolman.
1:56 p.m., Pit River Health Clinic: A female reported that there was a coiled rattlesnake on the other side of the creek behind the clinic. She doesn’t want to go back to the clinic because she would have to pass the snake. She was very upset, has a service dog with her.
4:56 p.m. U.S. Bank, Burney: An employee reported that a male customer requested that they call to report his daughter as being incorrigible and causing a disturbance in the parking lot.
5:06 p.m., Huron Street, Burney: Deputies responded to a report of a man down.
6:42 p.m., Burney area: Narcotics cultivation.
6:42: Rite Aid Parking lot, Burney: A male reported he and his wife are mentally handicapped and living in their van.
8:59 p.m., 299, Hatchet Mountain: CHP made a report was made of a silver Patriot towing another vehicle that was disabled in the roadway.
12:43 a.m., The Frosty, Fall River Mills: A caller reported fast, loud beeping from the pay phone.
9:29 a.m. Highway 299, McArthur: A female reported that a closed, empty business had been broken into. Per her husband who was selling eggs at the location, the back door was open and the air conditioner was on.
11:07 a.m., Cypress Avenue, Burney: A woman reported that a vicious black and white Pit Bull with a red collar was barking at passerbys and charged she and her husband.
2:43 p.m., End of Cedar near the creek in Burney: Assist outside agency.
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