Nov. 1

  • A call was received to report one of three cluster style mailboxes was stolen from the E. Stillwater Way and Hwy 299 E area and one other appears unbolted. Incident happen over the past four days.
  • A male called to report his white Mustang broke down in the Old Alturas Rd and Arapaho Drive area 20 minutes prior and he left it on the side of road and someone burglarized the car.
  • A resident in the 20300 block of Pickford Way in Palo Cedro to report they believe unknown suspect is possibly living in a shed in back yard of vacant house due to the caller’s dog acting odd and aggressive towards the shed whenever it is outside.
  • A call was received to report a white vehicle occupied by teenagers parked in the Maynard Rd and Charlois Way area of Palo Cedro are possibly using drugs.
  • A property owner in the 14800 block of Lamoine Drive in Jones Valley called to report pulling up to his cabin at 8:00 p.m. and caller noticed his tools outside of the house. Caller’s wife saw a subject run out from the cabin in the back upon arrival. Caller left location and drove to town. Caller is currently at the Holiday Inn in Redding.

Nov. 2

  • A call was received from the 6500 block of Deschutes Rd in Palo Cedro to state she believes she saw the generator that was taken from business in an old beat up white Ford F-150.
  • A resident in the 30500 block of Figaro Drive in Shingletown called to report ongoing problems with unknown neighbor using leaf blower early in the morning. Caller thinks it is to harass other neighbors.
  • A resident in the 29400 block of Hwy 299 E in Round Mountain called to report neighbor came to the house on 10/31 and possibly stole caller’s prescription meds a phone charger.
  • A resident in the 30200 block of Terry Mill Rd in Round Mountain called to report mountain lion or coyotes are killing several of his lambs a day. Caller called Fish and Game and he was referred to ARO.
  • A resident in the 22100 block of Old Alturas Rd in Bella Vista called male dressed all in black sitting under a tree on neighboring property. Caller believes he doesn’t live there.
  • A call was received in the 34900 block of Emigrant Trail in Shingletown to report a home at a job site and an utility trailer was burglarized sometime during the evening.
  • A resident in the 20200 block of Old Alturas Rd called to report a burglary to an older home on her property that is used as storage. Occurred sometime between 7:00 am-5:00 pm. No one seen in or around building.
  • A business owner in the 9400 block of Cedro Lane in Palo Cedro called to report an underage employee loaded up his Toyo pickup with alcohol from the store that was not paid for and driving off.

Nov. 3

  • A bypasser called at 9:34 a.m. to report approximately 30 minutes prior a he saw a female walking west bound on Oasis near Old Oregon Trail. She looked like she had been in a fight of some kind. Caller stopped and asked her if she needed help and she declined. Caller requests welfare care on female.
  • A resident in the 13700 block of Murphy Lane in Oak Run called to report the theft of a AR15 firearm by brother over a year ago.
  • A neighbor called to report a car horn in front of the 8900 block of Maynard Rd in Palo Cedro is stuck on. Caller went to the house and no one is inside vehicle and caller does not think anyone is home.
  • A call was received to report tools and log splitter taken from his property in the Red Hill Drive and Scharsch Rd area of Millville on Oct. 29. Caller has picture of vehicle.
  • A resident in the 34600 block of Trail Blazer Rd in Shingletown called to report male walked into next door neighbor’s house uninvited and seemed disoriented. Subject on foot last seen going west bound on Trail Blazer Rd. Neighbor’s are at caller’s house.
  • A resident in the 7000 block of Alward Rd in Shingletown called to report car port awning was stolen from vacation house. Unknown time frame.
  • A call was received from the 11900 block of Deschutes Rd in Bella Vista to report cousin and her girlfriend stole money credit cards check book from caller’s vehicle. A subject was arrested.
  • A resident in the 22000 block of Buena Vista Drive in Bella Vista called to report unknown male is in the middle of the roadway yelling at neighbor’s dogs.

Nov. 4

  • A resident in the 11900 block of Deschutes Rd in Bella Vista called to report phone threats from a female towards her and her children. Related to an incident that occurred the previous night.
  • A call was received to report a male is passed out in a silver Kia Spectra in the 14200 block of Bear Mountain Rd in Jones Valley.
  • A call was received to report one female waiting in front of the a house for friends, one female inside house in the Sleepy Hollow Drive and Tinkerbell Lane area of Shingletown . After confronting subject they left in a silver Dodge Intrepid. When caller stated she contacted the authorities they fled.
  • Caller is on private citizen searching party for missing person in the 13600 block of Bear Mountain Rd area. Caller found women’s underwear on the side of the road. Caller contacted MCU who referred her to patrol.
  • A call was received to report male and female inside a silver SUV that appear to be casing the neighborhood in the Hillside Drive and Deschutes Rd area of Palo Cedro.
  • A neighbor called for a resident in the 11900 block of Fawn Drive in Bella Vista to report someone keeps opening and shutting the back door. Caller has not seen the subjects. Just the door opening and shutting. Requests officer to look into it.
  • A resident in the 7700 block of Pegnan Rd in Shingletown called to report someone popped the lock on her vehicle’s gas tank and siphoned her gas. Caller is not sure if they broke it or not.
  • A resident in the 30700 block of Bambi Drive in Shingletown called to report hearing a fight a neighbor’s house. Caller said neighbor’s recently decease, states the deceased subjects daughter at house possibly in a fight with another subject. over a TRO (temporary restraining order).
  • A bypasser called to report male lying down on the side of the road in the Dry Creek Rd and Sagebrush Trail area of Jones Valley. Unknown if medical needed.

Nov. 5

  • A citizen called to report he believes he saw missing person from the 139600 block of Sundust Rd at Hilltop Medical Clinic on Wednesday just after 2:00 p.m. Female had on white sweater and slacks. States business does not have surveillance but jewelry store next door possible does.
  • Another citizen called to report they received strange phone calls at place of business around Oct. 21. Caller states has similar build look to missing person. Concern unknown subject was looking for someone to take.
  • Another citizen called in regards to missing person to state they found fresh mountain lion burial. Caller states approximately 1/4 mile north east of last place female was known to be. Caller is out at location and would not be moving from location and until deputies respond.
  • Another citizen called to report she believes she saw missing person and wants to talk to an officer. Caller was not sure which day it was.
  • A homeowner on Gilbert Drive in Palo Cedro called to state that there is a vehicle just north of his residence slumped over and is unresponsive in a red sports car with Washington plates, near the cluster mail boxes. Doesn’t appear to be in a traffic collision. Couldn’t tell if driver is under the influence.
  • A call was received to report hearing either a woman or child screaming in the area of Freeman Way and Goodwater Ave in Palo Cedro.
  • A search crew citizen called to report a suspicious male, 30’s beard, denim shirt, brown pants, black shoes. Caller said subject came up to him stating he could smell a dead body and started making rude comments to caller. Subject just threw his wallet into the creek.
  • A call was received to report the cluster mailbox on Old Oregon Trail near Jill Lane was broken into and mail was taken.
  • A resident in the 6900 block of Deschutes Rd called to report a male came to his house stating he was kidnapped and had been held hostage. Male appeared to under the influence or mental problems. Male left south bound on foot during call.

Nov. 6

  • A resident in the 33000 block of Hwy 44 in Shingletown called to report residence burglarized.
  • A bypasser called to report he and a friend are riding bikes in the Hwy 44 and Miller Ranch Rd area of Shingletown and came across a freshly dug hole, has trash bags with knife and some letter buried. Caller believes suspicious.
  • A call was received to report his son went to the 9800 block of Meadowlark Way in Palo Cedro to get some belongings from his ex wife. Caller states his son has been being threatened by the female and told caller to call the sheriff’s office if he was not back in an hour.
  • A female called from the 14200 block of Bear Mountain Rd in Jones Valley to report someone stuck a knife in her vehicle tire sometime between last night and this morning. Caller states the knife is still in the tire and wants to have it dust for prints.

Nov. 7

  • A citizen called to report he believes he found clothes in a nearby ditch in the Holiday Rd and Old Oregon Trail area that look like the clothes the missing person was wearing when she was last seen. Caller is standing by near location.
  • A call was received to report she is a psychic from out of the area who states she has specific information regarding the missing person case that may be helpful to investigators. Caller states suspect lives in west Redding in a red house visible from the road.
  • A resident in the 11200 block of Old Oregon Trail called to report unlocked vehicle gone through. James Doran was arrested.
  • A resident in the 7900 block of Airport Way in Shingletown called to report burglary to garage, tools stolen. Caller suspects subject that just recently moved into the area.
  • A resident in the 13500 block of Valley Creek Lane in Jones Valley called to report fraudulent charges made on debit card.
  • A call was made to report seeing a red pickup with “I like little boys” drawn into dust on vehicle that is parked across from Redding Christian Fellowship in the Deschutes Rd and Old 44 Drive area of Palo Cedro. Caller believes it’s offensive and shouldn’t be parked near school.
  • A call was received to report a suspicious female wearing jean jacket burgundy shirt torn jeans back pack with a pit bull that is at the end of Springwood Way off Old 44 Drive in Millville. Female claims to be looking for someone named Brian that drives for NASCAR in Millville. Female told caller she doesn’t have a cell phone and is unable to leave.