Sierra County Sheriff Public Log 1/21/13 – 1/27/13

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1/21/13

  •  Deputy finds property on Durgan Flat Way
  • All the windows at Loyalton High School are broken

1/22/13

  • Vehicle is half blocking Lavazolla Rd
  • Bear cub at Downieville School during operating hours
  • Anonymous letter to SO reports threats
  • Possible elder abuse reported in Loyalton
  • Security check needed at home in Sierra City
  • Elderly Loyalton man needs ambulance

1/23/13

  • Suspicious vehicle in Sierraville with lights off
  • VIN verifcation needed in Loyalton
  • Unauthorized items turned in to SO by Loyalton School Principal
  • Male subject acting suspiciously in Alleghany
  • Someone wants to fight in Loyalton
  • Drug activity going on in Loyalton

1/24/13

  • Reports of subject pointing laser beam and yelling at Principal
  • Standby for trailer park eviction
  • Expired vehicle on roadway
  • Loyalton male needs medical attention in Loyalton
  • Medication stolen in Goodyears Bar
  • Purse stolen in Loyaton sometime between 1/19 & 1/21
  • Two dogs cause serious injury to neighbors dog
  • Juvenile problem reported

1/25/13

  • Harassing phone calls received in Downieville
  • Court Commitment Booked and released
  • Broken collarbone in Verdi in ATV vs Deer
  • Male victim in Loyalton needs ambulance
  • Old Ford pickup driving recklessly in Loyalton

1/26/13

  • Loyalton female with breathing difficulty needs ambulance
  • Roaming dogs in Pike City
  • Keys found on roadway in Loyalton
  • Possible chimney fire in Loyalton
  • Harassing phone calls in Loyalton
  • Welfare check needed for medical patient in Loyalton
  • Stranded snowmobiler in Stampede area
  • Report of possible juvenile abuse
  • Medical and Fire on way to fall victim in Verdi

1/27/13

  • Juvenile riding ATV on public street in Loyalton
  • Alarm accidentally activation by network maintenance worker in Downieville
  • Juvenile problem in Calpine
  • Garage door open and owner not in town
  • Search for lost subject with three children in Dog Valley area

 

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