As of this date, the sheriff’s daily activity log has changed to very, very little to no narrative, only date, subject of report, officers involved and times.

SHERIFF’S LOG UPDATE: After talking to Claudia at the Sheriff’s Office, I was told that they are using a new program now, which I noticed, and it is very nice. But they have not figured out how to completely use it to print out logs with detail/narrative portion. They are currently working on it. So, there is hope. I will check on the logs daily to see if there are any updates, plus I shall continue to post weekly the burglaries with addresses. The other entries are just too vague to even bother to read.

Oct 15

  • A call was received at 12:35 a.m. from the 17200 block of Buzzard Roost Rd to report a burglary.

Oct 16

  • A call was received at 10:28 a.m. from the 7700 block of Merrilea Lane in Shingletown to report property found in the Long Hay Flat Rd and Hwy 44 area of Shingletown

Oct 17

  • A call was received from the 24800 block of Hwy 44 in Millville to report petty theft.
  • A call was received from the 30100 block of Jackson Lane in Montgomery Creek to report a burglary.

Oct 18

  • A call was received from the 15300 block of Silverthorn Rd in Jones Valley to report vandalism.
  • A call was received from the 33400 block of Brook Vail Lane in Shingletown to report vandalism.
  • OFFICER REPORT GIVEN: A call was received from the 8900 block of Old Oregon Trail in Palo Cedro of fraud. The events start with a phone call on 10/3 to report fraudulent use of her debit card. Caller suspected recent short-term caregivers as being responsible for the theft and unauthorized use of her card. Caller states that two withdrawals had been made at Win River Casino on 10/3 each for $303.00, leaving no money in her account. Officer contacted Win River security and asked them to check surveillance video at the ATM machines in the casino at 5:00 a.m. Officer was provided the video and photos did not match either suspects as the couple in the video were Hispanic and older. Victim said she would provide officer with a bank statement showing the dates and times of transactions as report by her bank. After receiving the statement on 10/18 officer was unable to determine when the transactions were actually made and all other leads in matter have been exhausted. This case will be made inactive pending any new leads.

Oct 19

  • No incidents

Oct 20

  • No incidents