June 2

  • A elderly female called 911 stating there was a fight at the 21200 block of Lela Lane in Bella Vista and provided a females name and the female’s boyfriends name. Then states she wanted to cancel. Loud fight still heard in the background.
  • A call was made from the 23200 block of Old 44 Drive in Millville to report items-pressure washer, chainsaw, bicycle, etc. were stolen from his house in the past few days while he has been moving out.
  • A resident in the 10000 block of Rocking Horse Lane in Palo Cedro is standing by outside the house and is in a fight with boyfriend.

June 3

  • A call was received from the 20200 block of Lupine Drive in Palo Cedro to report the theft of bicycle.
  • A resident in the 12400 block of Fern Rd E in Whitmore called to report ongoing harassment by neighbor.
  • A call was received to report her mom’s boyfriend showed up at the house, started causing a fight and is currently in kitchen and refuses to leave.
  • A resident in the 33300 block of Hwy 44 in Shingletown called to report her friend’s boyfriend is pounding on caller’s front door demanding to come inside. Caller already told him that his girlfriend wasn’t there.

June 4

  • A resident in the 21000 block of Old Alturas Rd in Bella Vista called to report her neighbor is putting up a fence of caller’s property and the easement.
  • A resident in the 8100 block of Star Trek Drive in Shingletown called to report a female is at front door and caller does not want her there. States she is now banging on the door. Subject is caller’s roommates mother who does not like the fact that her son lives with caller.
  • A resident in the 13600 block of Aloha Rd in Bella Vista called to report a male is looking into his windows at night. Male resides in the trailer on his property.
  • A bypasser called to report a male with no shirt, jeans, tattoos, is stumbling on foot north bound on Swede Creek at Bridlewood Lane in Palo Cedro. Male appears to be under the influence.

June 5

  • A call was received at 6:11 a.m. to report two subjects acting suspicious in an older model yellow Mustang, 1/4 mile up the road on Javelina off 299 E. in Bella Vista.
  • A resident in the 31000 block of Windy Point Drive in Round Mountain called to report the theft of an older model Ford tractor by unknown subject within the last week.
  • A resident in the 13600 block of Aloha Rd in Bella Vista called to report his father assaulted the caller’s son. Ongoing problem.

June 6

  • A resident in the 28800 block of Whitmore Rd in Whitmore called back to report finding a firearm that he report as stolen on April 30, 2016.
  • The resident in the 31000 block of Windy Point Drive in Round Mountain called back to report besides the theft of tractor, a lawn mower and other items were stolen from callers ranch by unknown subject.
  • A call was received at 2:58 of animal cruelty, a Brittany Spaniel dog is left in car with window cracked in the 9300 block of Deschutes Rd in Palo Cedro. Vehicle is a maroon Ford F150.
  • A female called at 10:35 p.m. to report she was visiting a friend in the mobile home park on Harley Leighton Rd and stated she could hear a child crying across the creek for the last 30 minutes. Caller pulled up a map and stated the sounds seemed to be coming from Sudan Lane. Caller requests a deputy check out the area. Caller has left the area.

June 7

  • A call was received that a grand theft black Chevy El Camino was found in the South Cow Creek Rd and Hwy 44 area of Millville.
  • A call was received from the 20000 block of Old Alturas Rd to report house is vacant, no electricity or running water and homeless subjects are inside.
  • A resident in the 13900 block of Daniels Lane in Jones Valley called to report identity theft against her credit card. Suspect used caller’s social security number and charged over $700.
  • An unknown female is on caller’s property in the 20800 block of Blackfoot Trail in Bella Vista and is refusing to leave. Female appears to be under the influence. This has occurred a few other times recently. Female arrives on foot and then causes a fight. Possibly lives in the area but caller is unsure.
  • A female called 911 hysterical at 11:56 p.m..unable to tell what she is reporting phone cutting in and out. Location is six meters from Oak Run to Fern Rd and English Way area of Oak Run.

June 8

  • A resident in the 10100 block of Oak Run Rd in Millville called at 8:39 a.m. to request extra patrols due to subjects loitering in the area from 3:00 to 8:30 p.m. Subjects are walking in the area, checking trash cans. Two vehicles seen in the area, one is a white Ford with little pickup with boat.
  • An assist to standby for a deputy is requested so employee can make arrangements to contact a former employee and also to investigate possible power theft in the 30200 block of Amidon Ranch Rd in Oak Run.
  • A dog versus raccoon in the 13100 block of Aloha Rd in Bella Vista. Raccoon will be submitted for testing.
  • A caller new to the area, called to report three loose cow, which two are bulls (two Red Angus type and one Charlois) were found in the Hootenanny and Beaver Lanes of Bella Vista and doesn’t know who they belong to. Caller did ask neighbors and they are not familiar either.
  • A call was received to report a theft of gasoline from vehicle at the Jones Valley Public Ramp area of Jones Valley that occurred sometime between Saturday and Sunday. Vehicle was left at launch when gas was siphoned out.
  • A call has been abandoned in the area of Big Bend Rd and Hwy 299 E in Montgomery Creek area. Car appears to have been burnt.

June 9

  • A citizen called to provide information that there is ongoing issue with squatters at the residence in the13400 block of Dry Creek Rd in Bella Vista. Caller drove by and window is open, no one seen inside.
  • A resident in the 26700 block of Swede Creek Rd in Oak Run called to report a German Sheppard has been on her property for some time dog is aggressive, however now the neighbors want to keep it. The caller is concerned because it is aggressive.
  • A female called to report her husband is lost in the woods of the Fenders Ferry Rd and Hwy 299 E area of Montgomery Creek for approximately one hour. All parties are on foot. Their green BMW is parked on the road.
  • A resident in the 6900 block of Mobile Park Drive in Shingletown called to report she recently purchase a vehicle from a neighbor whose wife is currently at caller’s house. The neighbor’s wife vandalized the vehicle with an ax.
  • A resident in the 21200 block of Sandpoint Rd in Palo Cedro reports a male called stating she had won money and a vehicle from Publisher’s Clearing House, but needed to send him $100. When caller refused, subject threatened to come to her house and kill her and her husband.
  • A resident in the22200 block of Spring Hill Lane in Palo Cedro called to report a ram has wandered onto her property a week ago and has been hanging around. Caller put up fliers, but no one has claimed him and he is destroying caller’s property. Request he be picked up.
  • A resident in the 21800 block of Belmont Drive in Palo Cedro called to state neighbors are playing music loudly during the night time hours.

June 10

  • A citizen called to provide information that there is ongoing issue with squatters at the residence in the13400 block of Dry Creek Rd in Bella Vista. Caller drove by and window is open, no one seen inside.
  • A resident in the 10000 block of Rocking Horse Lane in Palo Cedro states a male has left numerous items a house and will not pick them up or return caller’s phone calls.
  • A resident in the 19000 block of Montgomery Valley Drive in Montgomery Creek called to state a male showed up at her house unannounced. Caller has not been subject in over 10 years. Subject was making bizarre statements, left of foot.
  • A resident in the 14700 block of Bollibokka Way in Jones Valley called to report the theft of a utility cart from caller’s house. He located and retrieved cart from neighbor’s house. Neighbor provide suspect name.
  • A resident in the 23000 block of Whitmore Rd in Millville called to state ongoing issue with neighbor causing problems. He has destroyed address sign and moved some property along the caller’s driveway.
  • A citizen called to report a pilot reported to them that there was a drone at 14000 feet. FAA stated they will take care of airspace but cannot take care of the subject that is on the ground flying it. The pilot gave them as far as location of 20 miles north west of the Redding Airport in the Palo Cedro/Bella Vista area.
  • A resident in the 15800 block of Mill Creek Drive in Oak Run called to report her residence was burglarized. Point of entry was front window. Caller believes neighbor responsible due to recent history.
  • A resident in the 14900 block of Ranger Ct in Jones Valley called to report four large dogs just were loose and attacked caller’s Chihuahua and the owner that tried to intervene was bitten.
  • A bypasser called in the Hwy 299 E and Moose Camp Rd area of Montgomery Creek to report a loose horse just east of Moose Camp Rd. Not currently in the roadway, but several vehicles have pulled over, possibly trying to catch it.
  • A call was received to state subjects are shooting off firearms from around 6:00 p.m. to about 3:00 a.m. nonstop down Big Bend Rd in Montgomery Creek, near Smith Creek Bottom. Caller states it is disrupting caller’s animals.
  • CHP called for deputy response to check area of Hwy 89 at Hwy 44 for an elderly female driving a red Toyota pickup with AZ plates. Driver was “freaking” out about seeing so many trees and having the trees so close to the roadway.

June 11

  • A call was made to report seeing a white male with two backpacks, baseball hat red earphones, on a BMX bike loitering between Arapaho Drive and Boyle Roads. Appears to be casing houses.
  • A call was received from a library in the 7000 block of Wilson Hill Rd in Shingletown to report an unknown subject parked black vehicle on top of sprinkler at location. Caller unable to get subject to move vehicle, states an event is at location that day.
  • A call was received from the 9300 block of Deschutes Rd in Palo Cedro to report her daughter as missing.
  • A citizen called to report a dog locked in a white Chevy 1500 in the parking lot in the 9300 block of Deschutes Rd in Palo Cedro for the last 15 minutes. Caller concerned due to the heat.

June 12

  • A male called at 2:54 a.m. to report 40-50 subjects having a party approximately 1/4 mile east of Swede Creek on Dalewood Drive in Palo Cedro.
  • A resident in the 6660 block of Deschutes Rd called to report vandalism to his mailbox by unknown subjects in a late 1990’s model tan Toyota Tacoma that occurred approximately 10:00 p.m. the previous night.
  • A female called to state that she and a male engaged in a fight that morning in the 29400 block of Inwood Rd in Shingletown. The male is not with holding caller’s car keys from her.
  • A resident in the 26100 block of Whitmore Rd in Millville received information from someone of a male subject trespassing in caller’s shop earlier that day. Ongoing issue with male in Millville area.

June 13

  • A resident in the 11800 block of Bella Vista Ct in Bella Vista called to report a subject, who is her friend, is creating a fight and breaking items.
  • A call was received to report while returning home she noticed the cluster mail box on Squaw Grass Trail near Dry Creek Rd in Bella Vista has a boxes open. Unknown if vandalize or if theft of mail. A second person called to report the damage to cluster mailbox and said it appears broken into with pry bar.
  • A resident in the 21200 block of Jennifer Drive in Jones Valley called to report the theft of jewelry valued at approximately $5000. Possible suspects are carpet installation crew that did work at house on May 29.
  • A 911 call was received and transferred to CHP, female stating she needed a deputy. When asked to explain what was going on, female yelled exploitative and disconnected. No answer on call back. Call came from a business in the 12000 block of Deschutes Rd in Bella Vista.

June 14

  • A call was received from a business in the 11300 block of E. Stillwater Way to report receiving several counterfeit bills.

June 15

  • No reports

June 16

  • A call was received at 11:02 p.m. from a citizen stating that a Silverthorn houseboat is disable and drifting in the middle of the lake with eight adults on board with life jackets south of Squaw Creek near Jones Valley Resorts. Marina not taking calls after 4:00 p.m.