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Lassen County Times, Westwood PinePress Tuesday, May 7, 2013 58 SHERIFF'S BLOTTER This information is provided by the Lassen County Sheriff's Office. Those arrested should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Domestic disturbance At 6:37 p.m. May 1, a woman in Westwood reported a juvenile had come to her house. She and said her mother was punched by her boyfriend. Domestic battery Deputies arrested Henrietta Miller, 47 on charges of battery and resisting a peace officer after responding to Thorton Street in the Johnstonville area at approximately 5:51 p.m. May 1 on a report of domestic battery. Petty theft At 12:11 p.m. May 1, a person on Forest Drive in Lake Forest reported his 22- caliber handgun was missing or stolen. Domestic dispute At 7:59 p.m. April 29, a girl on Alta Drive in Lake Forest reported her father physically assaulted her. She said he also prevented her from calling for help earlier. After investigation, the accusation was determined COURTS to be unfounded. Inappropriate contact At 7:52 p.m. April 29, a man on Cowboy Joe Road in Doyle reported a 19-year-old man had been contacting his 16- year-old daughter. He requested deputies ask the man to stop. Vandalism At 7:23 p.m. April 23, a deputy responded to Byers Pass Road on a report a client had vandalized a door. A juvenile was cited and the case was referred to probation. Vandalism At 9:55 p.m. April 28, a person on KeiDeh Street reported a subject had vandalized a Window and made terrorist threats. The alleged suspect was contacted, but he denied the allegations. The case has been referred to the Lassen County District Attorney. Scare. At 12:19 p.m. April 26, a person reported signing up as a secret shopper and then received a $2,100 check. When the reporting party cashed the check, however, it bounced. Fraud At 11:56 a.m. April 26, a person on Cottonwood Street in Leavitt Lake reported his wife had received approximately 20 phone calls saying she had won a sweepstakes, and the caller requested a processing fee. Whenasked to stop calling, the caller became angry and said they would continue to call. The couple referred the issue to their phone company and blocked the number from the offending caller. Fraud At 12:18 p.m. April 26, a woman on Hamlin Drive in Milford said she received a box of checks in the mail that did not come from the bank she uses. She destroyed the checks, and then contacted her bank for advice on dealing with the issue. Vehicles vandalized At 4:23 p.m. April 25, a man on Center Road in Litchfield said there was an ongoing issue with his vehicle windows getting shot out with BB guns while parked along the road. Student issues At 2:03 p.m. April 25, a person from the Ft. Sage School District reported a prior disturbance and Internet issues with students. The following is information from the files of the Lassen County Superior Court. Those charged should not be presumed guilty. Corporal injury On April 24, Patrick Joseph McIntire, 26, of Susanville, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 36 months formal probation on a felony reduced to a misdemeanor charge of corporal injury to a cohabitant. Possession of methamphetamine On April 23, Carrie Jean Lovin, 34, was sentenced to one day in jail and two years formal probation on a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. A misdemeanor charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance was dismissed. Possession of a controlled substance On April 23, John Patrick "Yorkus, 41, was sentenced to two years formal probation and 12 days in jail on a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance. A felony charge of transporting methamphetamine and a misdemeanor charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance were dismissed. Corporal injury On April 23, Edward DeJesus DeMedina, 20, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for time served and three yeas formal probation on a felony reduced to a misdemeanor charge of corporal injury to a cohabitant. A misdemeanor charge of being under the influence of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, was dismissed. Fictitious check On April 23, Jasmine Marie Semon, 30, was sentenced to 180 days in jail with credit for time served and three years formal probation on a felony charge of issuing a fictitious check. Another felony charge of receiving stolen property was dismissed. Vandalism On April 23, Shon Parker, 43, was sentenced to 20 days in jail and three years summary probation on misdemeanor charges of vandalism and trespassing. Driving under the influence On April 23, Elizabeth Margaret Fahey, of Susanville, was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 36 months probation on a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and drugg and resisting or obstructing an officer in the line of duty. Additional charges of driving with a .08 percent of greater blood alcohol level amd failure to appear in court were dismissed. 25 off Products iN Centers "Paint Intermountain Paint C, $1.00 per gallon* Susan Cure We in 3 Chester Paint Center 680 MAIN STREET, CHESTER 530-258-3038 South of town, next to Thrift Store Join xpire mt locations to Quincy Paint Center 283 LAWRENCE STREET, QUINCY 530-283-9004 In the old Quincy Lumber Building KELLY-MOORE I I PPG Industries I I IIIIII I I I III Susanville Paint Center 2217 MAIN STREET, SUSANvlLLE 530-257-6078 Parking in the rear sikkens & I [ I IIII I City approves quitclaim deed At the Jan. 29 Planning Commission hearing, the commission approved a tentative parcel map, submitted by Leo Guitierez, for a project to divide two parcels of 13.03 and 22.83 acres into four smaller plots. According to Craig Sanders, city planner, there was a discrepancy between two previous surveys regarding the location of the right-of- way for Paul Bunyan Road. In order to rectify this, Sanders proposed the city quitclaim the Paul Bunyan Road and North Weatherlow extension rights-of-way back to Guiterrez and accept the corrected right-of-way locations presented on the parcel map through a dedication. At the Wednesday, May 1 Susanville City Council meeting the updated proposed parcel configuration submitted by Guitierez was considered. According to a council agenda item, the parcel plan "matches the city's zoning designations with each of the parcels being in a different land use zone." The agenda item further stated approving the map should have no effect on the development of any of the resulting parcels and would neither confer nor limit future development. There are currently no plans for development. The council voted to adopt the resolution to approve the filing of the parcel map. Loca prison celebrates 50th anniversary Susanville's California Correction Center has now been a part of our community for half a century. The public is invited to join the prison administration and staff during a rededication ceremony held May 15. Plans for the ceremony have not been finalized yet, but a number of. state officials and past wardens have been invited to attend. Details about the ceremony should be available for publication in next week's paper., The prison was built in 1963 as a minimum-security facility and was expanded in 1987 to include facilities to accommodate medium- security inmates. The prison's primary mission is to receive, house, and train minimum-custody inmates for placement into one of the institution's 18 Northern California conservation camps. Working collaboratively with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, these conservation camps are strategically located throughout the north state. i FOR RENT Uptown Historic District 100 S. Gay St., Susanville NEWLY REMODELED! Natural gas heat, water and garbage included, ample parking available. s800 per mo. 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