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



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6:29 p.m., Long Street, Fall River Mills: A woman reported she was a juvenile’s grandmother and she had legal custody of him. The youth is currently at his mother’s house and refuses to go with her. She would like a standby so she can pick him up.

11:33 p.m., Highway 299, Burney: A woman reported that a car was parked near three gas pumps. The occupants had been there for a half hour and were approaching people telling them their battery was dead, however, their electronics in the car worked okay.


March 21

12:16 p.m., Robin Way, Johnson Park. A caller reported a vending machine at the laundromat had been broken into. The caller has a video of the incident.

12:48 p.m., Park Avenue, Burney: A woman called and reported her residence had been egged the night before.

5:29 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported that an 11-year old grandson had called an hour earlier stating that his mother’s boyfriend was assaulting her.  The caller was in route to the residence in Burney. The juvenile had left with his father after the initial call. Her daughter does not have a phone.


           

           


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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)


March 18

12:09 a.m., Tamarack and Hwy 299, Burney: Deputies arrested Vernon Ward and booked him on charges of driving under the influence.

1:09 a.m., Buzzard Roost Road, Round Mountain: A welfare check was requested for a woman who went to Mercy Medical Center in Redding, said she was going to the cafeteria, left her cell phone and hasn’t been seen since.

12:55 p.m., Tamarack, Burney: A woman requested a stand by while she picked up her possessions from her former boyfriend.

2:59 p.m., Holly Street, Burney: A woman reported that her medications had been stolen on the 15th.

5:03 p.m., Vaughn Pike was arrested on unlisted charges.

10:15 p.m., Lava Flat Lane, Hat Creek: A male reported a vehicle had been spotlighting for the previous 20 minutes.


March 19

7:57 a.m., Cedar Creek Mobile Home Park, Round Mountain: A male caller reported there was another male at the location who had a warrant.

9:33 a.m., Second Street, Fall River Mills: A woman reported that her adult son was high on drugs and creating a disturbance by vandalizing the residence. Items could be heard crashing while she was on the phone.

10:08 a.m., Lions Park (unknown whether Burney or Fall River), Ventura Rodriguez was arrested and booked on a warrant.

1:54 p.m., Wigeon Court, Burney: Deputies responded to the report that an audible alarm on a garage door was going off.

2:32 p.m., Burney area: Deputies gave advice to an individual regarding a marijuana grow at the residence.

3:04 p.m., Burney Court, Burney: A public work’s employee reported that a citizen was raking yard waste into the gutter in front of a home.

3:14 p.m., Burney area: A welfare check was requested by two juveniles because of a domestic fight between a male and female with weapons possibly involved.

3:26 p.m. Burney area: A male called and wants to turn himself in but wants to talk with a deputy first.

5:24 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported a juvenile and his father had gotten into a fight in a car in front of their residence. The juvenile had gotten out, and ran into the woods. He’d been walking since 3:45 p.m.

8:07 p.m., Burney area: A woman reported that her boyfriend was intoxicated and had assaulted her. She said she had him locked out.


   March 20

7:59 a.m., Creighton Drive, Glenburn: A male reported the theft of coins and silver certificates from a friend’s house.

10;42 a.m., Roff Way, Burney: A woman reported that her medications had been stolen by a woman.

4:29 p.m., Pit River Health Clinic: A woman reported that a male with mental issues was not supposed to be on the property without an escort. Children were at the location that day and the caller was afraid because the male had a history of freaking out.

6 p.m., VN Lane, Hat Creek: A male reported that someone cut down a tree on his property and he wanted a deputy to come out.


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