reported to the
Shasta County Sheriff's Department
for Eastern Shasta County
arrests involving residents of the Intermountain Area)
Burney area: A male reported a chronic problem with a person
playing loud music.
Plumas Street, Burney: A female called and said she needed help,
didnít give a reason. Originally said she was at a house with
her 7-year-old daughter and then she said she had left the girl
with the grandfather. Since that she left the residence and she
doesnít know where sheís at.
Cypress avenue, Burney: A female reported found property.
p.m., Highway 299, Round Mountain: A female reported standing in
her driveway when a male ran into the bushes. She let her dog
out. The male darted across her yard and was last seen westbound
on Highway 299.
Shasta Street, Burney: A male that an unknown man was digging a
large hole in the field behind his residence which was owned by
a logging company.
Clusterwood Court, Burney: A female reported the theft of
Birch Street, Burney: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
A caller reported a child abuse case.
a.m.: Quebec Street, Burney: Manager reported the back door to
an apartment was kicked in. Unknown if anyone is inside.
a.m., Fall River Lodge: A female reports receiving threatening
phone calls from a former land lord.
a.m., Fir Street, Burney: A female requested a welfare check on
a grandchildren because the other grandparents wonít allow her
to see the grandchildren.
a.m., Big Bend Road, Big Bend, female climbed into a crate to
get a puppy and got bitten.
Fort Crook Museum reported a theft.
p.m., Yale Lane, McArthur: A female noticed the ex-husbandís new
ex driving around her husbandís property. She is concerned
because of recent thefts and vandalism.
Fall River Elementary School. A female reported her children
were picked up by her ex-husband in violation of a custody
A male reported a youth from Wilderness Recovery Center in
Montgomery Creek ran away when they stopped at Burger King in
Windchime St., Fall River Mills: A male reported that he woke up and
his girlfriend was gone. He didnít know why and it isnít like
her to leave without telling him.
a.m.: Fall River Lodge, fall River Mills, a male reported
his former girlfriend took his dog.
Burney Area: Deputies assisted an outside agency.
Reynolds Road, Fall River Mills: A female reported her ex is
leaving a dog at her residence.
Fairfield Street, Johnson Park: A woman reported that someone
stole an exercise bike from her front yard over the weekend.
a.m.: Burney area: A man called to report that his wife is
acting crazy and threatening to harm herself. The male started
crying and couldnít answer questions. Disconnected.
a.m.: Burney area, A female says her landlord is attempting to
evict her and is making verbal threats against her.
Burney area: A caller requested contact. She has been released
from the hospital after an assault at the location that day. She
was asked to make contact again when she was released.
She is frightened
12:37p.m.,Fall River area: Employees sent a note saying the
alarm was going off because they were having a hard time
securing the door.
Superior Avenue, Burney: A male reported receiving threats from
Park Avenue, Burney:, A man reported running another male off
for cutting trees on his property.
Oak Street, Burney: An anonymous caller said a male on foot at
the end of the street had mental issues and was harassing his
Area: A mother requested a welfare check on juveniles. The
father had reportedly been drinking.
p.m., Rite Aid, A burglary alarm was reported.
6:52 a.m., ďAĒ Street, McArthur: A caller heard a loud banging, went to
the front door to find
rock that her son had painted on top of a letter and
debit cards that had been missing. Her son is deceased and she
is concerned that the individual who hurt her son might somehow
Burney Area. A woman reported that her former boyfriend had
broken the front door, pushed her, kicked the dog and left.
a.m., Burney High School: A school employee just left toward
town for an unknown reason. The student was in the eighth grade and he was calling
because he couldnít get ahold of the parents.
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