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

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July 25

1:55 a.m., Mountain View Rd. near the water tank, Burney: Deputies arrested Steven Sikora on warrants.

8:53 a.m., 38000 block of Highway 299 in Johnson Park: A man reported that his son and a woman were living in a camp trailer on his property, trespassing and refusing to leave.

9:07 a.m., 37300 block of Highway 299, a motel employee called upset because a guest had a dog in his room and didn’t pay rent for the pet.

10:34 a.m., Cypress Avenue, Burney: A woman reported that her home had been burglarized in the past 48 hours. The kitchen window had been smashed. She believed that it was a former tenant just released from “CJ” who was responsible.

11:21 a.m., Burney Villa Apartments, Burney: A woman reported that an incorrigible juvenile had been located at a friends’ house. He was refusing to come home.

12:09 p.m., Cedarwood Apartments, Fall River Mills: A man reported that a neighbor’s dog was running loose.

12:16 p.m., Fall River Mills, a caller requested a welfare check on three Rottweilers.

3:33 p.m., Alpine Drive In: An employee reported that a male subject was in the lobby, had gotten aggressive the last time he was asked to leave and she would like deputies to ask him to leave.

9:38 p.m., Vallejo Street, Johnson Park sounded like there was a disturbance in the background.

10:27 p.m., Boat ramp at Fall River Lake, Fall River Mills: A caller reported a large party with eight vehicles and approximately 20 subjects was near the boat ramp.


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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)

 July 22

12:17 a.m., Cypress Avenue, Burney: A man called to report that a male wearing white shorts was in the reporting party’s front yard, threw an egg at his window and jumped on a bike. He was last seen riding in circles at the corner of Hudson and Cypress.

2:00 a.m. Williams Road, McArthur: A man reported that another man was throwing rocks at the reporting party’s residence.

2:12 a.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: An alarm was reported at Double ‘S’ Automotive.

8:18 a.m., 43300 block of Highway 299, Fall River Mills: Diebold Security reported a hold up alarm at that location.

10:00 a.m., Turkey Lane, Round Mountain: A woman requested a standby so she can pick up her son’s property. Her daughter-in-law was being uncooperative.

12:20 p.m., Chism Trail, Cassel: A man reported that a neighbor threw a water bottle at his wife when she was entering the gate to their property an easement. Deputies determined that it was a civil matter.

12:50 p.m., Lava Flat Lane, Burney area: A caller made a 2nd hand relay from reporting party’s son. The suspect is the son’s ex-ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend. The suspect has been threatening the reporting party’s son and is now threatening to come to the reporting party’s house and harm her and the rest of the family. She was advised to call 9-1-1 if anyone suspicious does show up at the residence.”

1:59 p.m., Windy Point Road, Montgomery Creek: A man reported that subjects with guns started shooting at him.

5:40 p.m., Safeway Store, Burney: An employee reported that a male was sitting in a chair in front of the store. He appears to be drunk in public and she was asking that he be moved along.

8:13 p.m., Fort Crook Avenue, Fall River Mills: A woman reported that a building at the location is closed but the door is open – its lock was locked so the door won’t shut and secure.

11:27 p.m., Arrowwood Street, Burney: A woman reported hearing a family dispute with juveniles screaming.

11:37 p.m., Bridge Street, Fall River Mills: A man reported an ongoing problem with a dog barking constantly.

July 23

12:58 a.m., Reynold’s Road, Fall River Mills: Highway Patrol dispatch received an open line 9-1-1 which disconnected. It sounded like a male and female were in a disturbance in the background.

4:10 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported a woman sitting in front of a location who appears to be talking to herself.

5:05 p.m., 36300 block of Highway 299, Burney: A male reported that his sister’s ex-boyfriend was just at the residence harassing the reporting party’s sister.

6:10 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported she’d been assaulted by her boyfriend. He had punched her in the head and threw a coffee cup at her. He had been drinking. By the end of her call she had decided that she wanted to cancel the report.

8:04 p.m., Dee Knoch Road, Fall River Mills:  A woman reported that an ex-boyfriend burglarized her residence.

9:30 p.m., Oak Street, Burney: A deputy arrested Jake Gemmill of Burney at the conclusion of a disturbance call.

10:15 p.m., Cypress Avenue, Burney: A woman reported that someone was banging on her window.

July 24

2:54 a.m., 44100 block of Highway 299 in Fall River Mills: Hue and Cry Alarm reported a front motion alarm.

7:06 a.m., Dee Knoch Road, McArthur: A man reported brake lines cut on a vehicle.

7:42 a.m., Fall River Valley area: A woman requested advice regarding a foster daughter that was removed from her residence.

10:15 a.m., Hudson Street, Burney: A deputy served a temporary restraining order regarding elder abuse.

12:50 p.m., Fall River Lodge, Fall River Mills: A woman reported that a man with a court order against him was in Room 8 and refusing to leave.

2:48 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported that her friend’s son had run away again.

10:45 p.m., Highway 299 east of Grove Street, McArthur: Highway Patrol dispatch requested assistance for an officer out with two vehicles. He was requesting that the deputies check out the second vehicle which had been clocked at 105 mph.

11:08 p.m., Cypress Avenue, Burney: A female reported seven juveniles in front of her residence were yelling. The group had recently egged her residence and was causing problems with her son.

11:27 p.m., Elderberry Lane, Johnson Park: A woman reported finding a Chihuahua. She didn’t know who he owner was and requested that it be picked up.

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