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8:48 p.m., Inter Mountain Fairgrounds, McArthur: Highway Patrol dispatch reported a CHP officer was responding to a call about a saddled horse running lose in the area. They requested a deputy to respond also because of the possibility the rider had fallen off the horse.

10:06 p.m., Day Road, McArthur: A female reported several subjects who had been drinking came from the neighbor’s residence and created a disturbance while her daughter was at home. There had been vandalism to a garage window.

July 26

7:35 a.m., Rays Food Place, Fall River Mills: A female reported that a phone was taken from a back pack the day before while she was working. She believes two male juveniles were responsible. She had confronted them and they had refused to return the phone unless she pays for it. She doesn’t know the suspects’ names.

8:36 a.m. Mud Springs Road, Big Bend: A female requested personal contact. She says former roommates have vandalized her property. They are still at the location and are threatening to kill her.

10:10 a.m., Highways 89/44, Old Station: A Highway Patrol dispatcher requested that a deputy take care of an injured deer. Their officer was in Nubieber.

11:07 a.m., Montgomery Creek/Round Mountain area: A male reported that another male yelled at him, threatening to kill him and his mother. The caller called back and reported that the man may be cooking meth. The odors are making the family sick.

3:23 p.m., Tamarack Avenue, Burney: A male reported an ongoing problem with a female breaking into his locked bedroom.

7:03 p.m., area: A female reported a vandalism.

9:21 p.m., Safeway Store, Burney: A caller reported a drunk harassing employees and customers.

10:10 p.m., Snuffy Lane, Round Mountain, A caller reported a disturbance..



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

(Including arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)

July 22

10:34 a.m., Third Street, Johnson Park: A male reported a verbal disturbance with his ex-wife.

11:11 a.m., Highway 44, Old Station: A male reported that the occupant of a white truck at Pacific Crest Station north of Old Station had fired three shots, one of which almost struck him. He thought a shotgun and .22 were possibly used.

11:48 a.m., Third Street, Johnson Park: A male reported his ex-wife was back at the location creating a disturbance and refusing to leave.

1:46 p.m., Pit River Health Clinic: A female reported that another female had confronted her because she had the other one arrested. The female was threatening to kill her.

7:56 p.m., Superior Avenue, Burney: A male reported his sister-in-law was at the location creating a disturbance over his care of another family member at the location.

9:15 p.m., Mineral School Road, Round Mountain: A woman requested a welfare check on her mother who left Sacramento at 10 a.m. and was overdue.

July 23
11:01 a.m., Woods Avenue, Burney: A female reported the theft of medications while she was sleeping outside.

11:43 a.m., Carberry Street, Burney: A man reported that aggressive dogs were running loose by the mail boxes and he had gotten into a disturbance with the owner.

2:05 p.m., Big Pines Campground Road, Old Station: A female reported seeing two men standing by an older diesel work truck that was broken down. She felt they were suspicious.

3:15 p.m., Pit 5 Road: A woman reported the theft of property.

5:24 p.m., Walnut Street, McArthur: A female reported her husband’s ex-wife had said she was “wanted.” The caller wanted to make sure.

5:31 p.m., Cassel Road, Cassel: A female reported that a male had been walking around the post office and had followed her when she got out of her car. When confronted, he asked her if there was a bathroom in the post office.

6:34 p.m., Lassen County, requested assistance with finding a male with mental problems and a history of violence.

8:09 p.m., Rainbows end Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: Deputies performed a stand by while a male got his personal items from the location.

10:21 p.m., Plumas Street, Burney: A female reported her daughter missing and then hung up.

July 24

12:48 a.m., Oak View, Burney: A male reported that he went to see why his dog was barking and saw a flashlight in the alley behind his residence. Light pointed north, but too dark to get a description.

10:34 a.m., Rainbows End Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: Deputies responded to a dispute over property.

11:06 a.m., Highway 299, Fall River Mills: A male reported that his son who had Parkinson’s had been missing for over an hour. Dispatch was having difficulty understanding the reporting party.

2:12 p.m., Superior Street, Burney: A male made a report of being harassed by text messages.

4:43 p.m., Sugarloaf Lane, Old Station: A female reported seven subjects who appeared to have been drinking had come on her property possibly from the Hat Creek Resort and were being loud on the other side of the creek.

10:27 p.m., Burney area: A caller reported illegal campers downstream from the Bridge on Park Avenue.

10:38 p.m., Highway 299 near Main Street, Fall River Mills: Deputies provided a K-9 assist.

July 25

12:06 a.m., Rainbows End Mobile Home Park, Johnson Park: A female reported subjects who were trespassing in a trailer behind the park had jumped the fence and were in the Park’s shower house.

12:59 a.m., Pumice Drive, Cassel: A caller reported a loud party that had been an ongoing problem for three days

7:40 a.m., Cassel Road near Baum Lake Road, Cassel: A female reported that while fishing the day before, two men in a white pickup with writing on the side tried to give away power equipment.

10:47 a.m., Round Mountain/Montgomery Creek  area: A caller reported having second hand information that a male had been staying at a residence and was threatening to kill the caller and others at that location.

12:43 p.m., Michigan Street, Burney: A female reported loaning a ruby ring valued at $900 to a sister. The sister traded it to another subject and the sister refuses to tell her who.

3:44 p.m., Michigan Street, Burney: The same female called back requesting that the sister be removed from the residence.

12:31 p.m., Enterprise Drive, McDonald’s Restaurant, Burney: A female reported that an employee’s husband was creating a disturbance in the parking lot.

1:13 p.m., Hudson Street, Burney: A female reported a burglary to her residence within the past two hours. She believes it is a male who does yard work for her. She only sees that medications are missing.

2:05 p.m., Highway 299 E, Burney: A caller reported that a subject took items from the store and is walking toward town with a small child.

4:19 p.m., Pit River Casino, Burney: A male reported that his phone had been stolen. He said he had recovered the phone but all the information had been erased from it.

5:39 p.m., Goose Valley Road, Burney: A female reported that two male subjects were at the location to take her brother’s with them. Their father didn’t want the male to go. A disturbance was occurring at the location.

6:32 p.m., Michigan Street, Burney: A female who had called the day before reported that the other woman was back on the property. She wasn’t supposed to be there and she wanted her to be removed.

7:32 p.m., Tamarack Avenue, Burney: A male reported a residential burglary.

8:05 p.m., Day Road, McArthur: Lassen County officials called to report that a female called to report that two males who appeared to have been drinking came from the neighbors and were throwing things in her front yard.

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