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County Times/Westwood PinePress   NeWS Tuesday, July 11,2000 3B ill:? ¸ ::  _ ii!: .... Note: The follow- l comes from Police Depart- 8 log and descriptions Arrests and cita- automaticly con- Chaffee, reported Wednesday, July 5, that some time in the past three weeks, someone broke into her home and stole a CD player and one dozen CDs. from McDonald's Patty Ramsey of McDon- ald's reported Wednesday, July 5, that during the prior :i / i!ill three days the restaurant lost $2,618 from bank de- posits. Kid on bike vs. Elaine Newman reported Monday, July 3, that she was westbound on Fourth Street at Fairfield in her vehicle when a bicycle ridden by An- !iii !i!i! i!i00 i iil ::i drew Clrdell, 13, rammed into her vehicle. Cardell was taken to Lassen Community Hospital for treatment. Alleg assault Polce arrested Keith J. Fournier, 18, on Sunday July 2, for allegedly assaulting his fiancee. Mung botched Ann Marie Scalley, 62, re- ported that a white male ju- venile hit her in the head when trying to steal her purse about 9:15 p.m. Fri- day, June 30, while she was walking on Foss Street. Warmtt attel Nick Snyder, 25, was ar- rested about 5:20 p.m. Fri- day, June 30, in the Wal- Mart parking lot on a $10,000 warrant for grand theft. Snyder allegedly took four tires and rims from the back of a pickup truck that was parked at Dennys in Su- sanville about 2 a.m. on Monday, June 19. Dawn Thorn, 21, of was sentenced 5 to two years for- ation, 30 days in County Adult 1 Facility, and or- pay $21.83 in resi- ter pleading guilty Y theft: charge on of a plea bargin, a rglary charge was amended to petty theft and a petty theft charge was dis- missed. pfa Katherine Earlene Presco, 40, of Bieber, was sentenced to three years formal proba- tion, eight months in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility, required to register as a narcotics of- fender, and fined $400 after i •i ¸ i i!ii! i ii!!ii i  ..... : pleading guilty to a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of be- ing under the influence of a controlled substance. As part of a plea bargin, a second felony charge of pos- sesion of a controlled sub- stance was dismissed. Chad*Lawson, 34, was •/ ::: : ii  iii i i ii  ..... sentenced to three years for- mal probation and nine months in the Lassen Coun- ty Adult Facility after he was convicted of writing more than $200 worth of checks with non-sufficient funds. Lawson was sen- tenced July 5. Joseph Duane Guitierez, 19, of Susanville, was sen- ;"• i ii ¸ tenced to one year summary probation and 30 days in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility. Guitierez pleaded guilty to a misde- meanor petty theft charge on June 7. As part of a plea bargain, a felony burglary charge was dismissed. Reckless Michael Craig Vanderley, 27, of Standish, was sen- tenced to three years formal probation, 90 days in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility, and fined $1,890 after he pleaded guilty to reckless driving and driving under the influ- ence. As part of a plea bargain, a felony chage of unlawful intent to flee with a vehicle and a charge of resisting ar- rest were dismissed. tSanville Senior Nu- .'nter menu for the week is: Bread and e and two-percent r buttermilk are every meal unless indicated. Tuesday, July 11 Spaghetti w/meat sauce Corn Spinach salad Pears Garlic bread Wednesday, July 12 Pork chops Bread stuffing Green beans Cole slaw Applesauce Thumlay, July 1 (Senior Meeting, 1 p.m.) Sweet and sour chicken Rice Winter mix veggies Mandarin oranges Jell-o salad Friday, July 14 Garden salad Clam chowder soup Apricots Cookie Monday, July 17 Ham and cheese Sandwich Macaroni salad Veggie soup Ice cream Peaches C00g¢& Out ..assen r t} : Past 60 years, millions of Californians have turned to Blue Shield of California for ealth plans. That's experience you can count on. And when you select a Blue Shield Supplement Plan to cover gaps in Medicare, you have choices: :Y Medicare_participating doctor or hospital. without worry - your benefits and the Blue Shield name go wi you nationwide. from five affordable plan designs: A, D, F, H, and I. -.......__ ge Range 65-66 67-69 hield s Plan F ..... i $82 $84 nthly Rate* For a quick quote call (530) 257-2263 70-74 75-79 80+ $110 $140 $144 AN AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR Christensen in • 319 Main St., #1 * Susanville .............  ....................... AUthorized Blue Shield of California Agent o  , s .o, © ' a=, s, o c.=.o.= Lic. #0762221 Now Under New Ownership! Brother & sister, Mark & Donna Sanders are the new owners. They plan to make service their top priority, plus they offer nationally competitive prices. Mark Sanders & Donna Sanders New H0Ur Monday - Friday 9am - 6pro Closed Saturday & Sunday after hours & weekend emergencies call 260-6275 ! mermountain Computers 257-9500 629 Main St. • Susanville Times Classified 257-5321 lO YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL OFF RESIDENTIAL CLEANING IN JULY J ONE•LOW PRICE INCLUDES. A OTHER SERVI € AVAILABLE; ] Highly skilled technicians lll,Jl= • Upholstery cleaning I • Most furniture moving  • Pet odors [ • ColOr brighteners  /  • Smoke damage • Deodorizers  • Insurance work l • Raking ---- .11I  • Flooded carpet _ ULTRASONIC BLIND CLEANING County Times/Westwood PinePress   NeWS Tuesday, July 11,2000 3B ill:? ¸ ::  _ ii!: .... Note: The follow- l comes from Police Depart- 8 log and descriptions Arrests and cita- automaticly con- Chaffee, reported Wednesday, July 5, that some time in the past three weeks, someone broke into her home and stole a CD player and one dozen CDs. from McDonald's Patty Ramsey of McDon- ald's reported Wednesday, July 5, that during the prior :i / i!ill three days the restaurant lost $2,618 from bank de- posits. Kid on bike vs. Elaine Newman reported Monday, July 3, that she was westbound on Fourth Street at Fairfield in her vehicle when a bicycle ridden by An- !iii !i!i! i!i00 i iil ::i drew Clrdell, 13, rammed into her vehicle. Cardell was taken to Lassen Community Hospital for treatment. Alleg assault Polce arrested Keith J. Fournier, 18, on Sunday July 2, for allegedly assaulting his fiancee. Mung botched Ann Marie Scalley, 62, re- ported that a white male ju- venile hit her in the head when trying to steal her purse about 9:15 p.m. Fri- day, June 30, while she was walking on Foss Street. Warmtt attel Nick Snyder, 25, was ar- rested about 5:20 p.m. Fri- day, June 30, in the Wal- Mart parking lot on a $10,000 warrant for grand theft. Snyder allegedly took four tires and rims from the back of a pickup truck that was parked at Dennys in Su- sanville about 2 a.m. on Monday, June 19. Dawn Thorn, 21, of was sentenced 5 to two years for- ation, 30 days in County Adult 1 Facility, and or- pay $21.83 in resi- ter pleading guilty Y theft: charge on of a plea bargin, a rglary charge was amended to petty theft and a petty theft charge was dis- missed. pfa Katherine Earlene Presco, 40, of Bieber, was sentenced to three years formal proba- tion, eight months in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility, required to register as a narcotics of- fender, and fined $400 after i •i ¸ i i!ii! i ii!!ii i  ..... : pleading guilty to a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance and a misdemeanor charge of be- ing under the influence of a controlled substance. As part of a plea bargin, a second felony charge of pos- sesion of a controlled sub- stance was dismissed. Chad*Lawson, 34, was •/ ::: : ii  iii i i ii  ..... sentenced to three years for- mal probation and nine months in the Lassen Coun- ty Adult Facility after he was convicted of writing more than $200 worth of checks with non-sufficient funds. Lawson was sen- tenced July 5. Joseph Duane Guitierez, 19, of Susanville, was sen- ;"• i ii ¸ tenced to one year summary probation and 30 days in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility. Guitierez pleaded guilty to a misde- meanor petty theft charge on June 7. As part of a plea bargain, a felony burglary charge was dismissed. Reckless Michael Craig Vanderley, 27, of Standish, was sen- tenced to three years formal probation, 90 days in the Lassen County Adult Deten- tion Facility, and fined $1,890 after he pleaded guilty to reckless driving and driving under the influ- ence. As part of a plea bargain, a felony chage of unlawful intent to flee with a vehicle and a charge of resisting ar- rest were dismissed. tSanville Senior Nu- .'nter menu for the week is: Bread and e and two-percent r buttermilk are every meal unless indicated. Tuesday, July 11 Spaghetti w/meat sauce Corn Spinach salad Pears Garlic bread Wednesday, July 12 Pork chops Bread stuffing Green beans Cole slaw Applesauce Thumlay, July 1 (Senior Meeting, 1 p.m.) Sweet and sour chicken Rice Winter mix veggies Mandarin oranges Jell-o salad Friday, July 14 Garden salad Clam chowder soup Apricots Cookie Monday, July 17 Ham and cheese Sandwich Macaroni salad Veggie soup Ice cream Peaches C00g¢& Out ..assen r t} : Past 60 years, millions of Californians have turned to Blue Shield of California for ealth plans. That's experience you can count on. And when you select a Blue Shield Supplement Plan to cover gaps in Medicare, you have choices: :Y Medicare_participating doctor or hospital. without worry - your benefits and the Blue Shield name go wi you nationwide. from five affordable plan designs: A, D, F, H, and I. -.......__ ge Range 65-66 67-69 hield s Plan F ..... i $82 $84 nthly Rate* For a quick quote call (530) 257-2263 70-74 75-79 80+ $110 $140 $144 AN AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR Christensen in • 319 Main St., #1 * Susanville .............  ....................... AUthorized Blue Shield of California Agent o  , s .o, © ' a=, s, o c.=.o.= Lic. #0762221 Now Under New Ownership! Brother & sister, Mark & Donna Sanders are the new owners. They plan to make service their top priority, plus they offer nationally competitive prices. Mark Sanders & Donna Sanders New H0Ur Monday - Friday 9am - 6pro Closed Saturday & Sunday after hours & weekend emergencies call 260-6275 ! mermountain Computers 257-9500 629 Main St. • Susanville Times Classified 257-5321 lO YEAR ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL OFF RESIDENTIAL CLEANING IN JULY J ONE•LOW PRICE INCLUDES. A OTHER SERVI € AVAILABLE; ] Highly skilled technicians lll,Jl= • Upholstery cleaning I • Most furniture moving  • Pet odors [ • ColOr brighteners  /  • Smoke damage • Deodorizers  • Insurance work l • Raking ---- .11I  • Flooded carpet _ ULTRASONIC BLIND CLEANING