Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Thursday, April 15:
1:51 a.m., deputies were dispatched to an anonymous report of loud music coming from 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #219. Deputies contacted Alexia Montes and Migdalia Ruiz at the apartment. They were told of the complaint and agreed to turn the music down for the night.
4:32 a.m., deputies were dispatched to an alarm at 811 North Humboldt Avenue, in Willows. Deputies checked the property and found everything to secured and nothing suspicious noted.
11:22 a.m., Deputy Goodwin was dispatched to a report of a disabled vehicle in the roadway at the intersection of West Sycamore Street and Enright Avenue. The vehicle was a Honda Civic and its wheel had come off the axle. Deputy Goodwin contacted the owner, Moua Lee, who said he had already called his insurance and a tow truck was on the way. L&T Towing arrived a short time later and towed the vehicle. Deputy Goodwin remained on scene and directed traffic until no longer needed.
12:14 p.m., Michael Head requested to speak to a deputy in regards to his wife, Lynn Head, destroying his personal property the night before at 4222 County Road K in Orland. Deputy Ramirez contacted Michael Head, who said he did not care about the destroyed property, but requested a welfare check on Lynn Head. Michael Head was worried that Lynn Head was not in a safe state of mind. Deputy Ramirez contacted Lynn Head, who said she was doing well, but she was angry at Michael Head for being arrested the night before and did not want him to return home. She was provided with civil information. Both parties were ultimately counseled and provided with several resources for assistance available to them.
3:27 p.m., Cynthia Reyes from Glenn County Child Protective Services contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request assistance with a CPS referral. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and assisted Reyes. Reyes and Deputy Chavez attempted to contact a couple at their residence on County Road 20 near Orland, but they were not at their home. A follow up was scheduled for the following day.
3:34 p.m., Shirley Swearinger of Willows reported a civil issue regarding a vehicle she recently purchased. She requested to speak with a deputy over the telephone. Deputy Goodwin spoke with Swearinger and Terri Burrows, via telephone. Swearinger reported she recently purchased a Dodge Dakota and was going to give it to a Ray Wallace. Swearinger loaned the vehicle to Wallace and it broke down. Wallace brought the vehicle to Bambauer Towing in Orland. The vehicle was fixed and given back to Wallace. Swearinger was unable to contact Wallace regarding the vehicle. Swearinger was provided with information.
7:48 p.m., Maria Gonzalez contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Tabitha Rodriquez was allegedly parking her car on Gonzalez’s property at 235 Sacramento Avenue, Hamilton City. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Gonzalez, who said Rodriquez was no longer on her property. Gonzalez was provided information and options to prevent transients from parking on her property.
8:32 p.m., Ricardo Garcia contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office requesting to speak with a deputy regarding his family trespassing at his residence at 3186 Highway 99, Artois. Deputy McIntyre spoke with Garcia via phone. Garcia said his family was no longer at this residence and requested information on how to keep them away. Garcia was provided information and advised to call law enforcement when his family was at his residence against his wishes.
10:55 p.m., the Willows Fire Department requested a deputy to respond to 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #173, to assist with a medical aid for a subject that fell down. Deputies assisted until no longer needed.
Friday, April 16:
3:57 a.m., Paul Martins of Anderson reported Jessica Martinez of Cottonwood was stealing his property in her black Toyota Prius. Deputy Ayres had seen suspicious activity around this vehicle that was parked at the ampm Mini Mart, 1399 West Wood Street, Willows, prior to Martins calling Glenn County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Ayres contacted Martins, who was not making much sense and said he has been storing his thrift store business property in her vehicle that they have been sleeping in. Martins was passing through after visiting Colusa Casino due to not being welcome at his local casino in Redding. Martinez was supposed to be giving Martins a ride home. Martins was given a statement form and citizen’s arrest form. After deputies ended the contact with Martins, he was found to have multiple citable misdemeanor warrants out of Shasta County.
8:41 a.m., Erica Bailer reported a suspicious white van with no markings in the area of County Roads FF and 11. Bailer stated the van had been parking in front of numerous houses and when she asked the driver about what he was doing, he told her he worked for an electrical company. Deputies conducted a search of the area but were unable to locate the van.
10:36 a.m., deputies responded to the area of North Merrill Avenue and the Willows High School regarding two adults in a possible physical altercation. Deputies arrived on scene and located Dave Campbell, who said he was arguing with his girlfriend, Heather Alvarez, and denied any physical contact. Campbell stated Alvarez then left the area and did not know where she went. Deputies were unable to locate Alvarez and later released Campbell.
12:44 p.m., an employee at Glenn Medical Center called the sheriff’s office and requested a deputy regarding a patient bringing in marijuana. Deputy Turner responded and met with Curtis, a nurse, who said an adult patient brought marijuana with him and their policy does not allow any outside drugs into their facility. Deputy Turner briefed Curtis on the current marijuana laws and the marijuana was placed in the garbage.
2:18 p.m., Ryan Ward called the sheriff’s office and requested a deputy regarding a man lying on the sidewalk near the old McDonalds. Ward requested a welfare check on the maln. Deputy Turner responded and contacted Paul Martins, of Anderson, who said he was okay and was tired. Martins declined any assistance from law enforcement and did not need any medical attention.
4:12 p.m., Donald Salyer of Willows called the sheriff’s office and reported several boys were harassing his juvenile daughter and then dumped water on her. Salyer said he only requested documentation and did not want to pursue criminal charges. Deputies responded and contacted three boys. The children were counseled and then later released to their parents.
5:41 p.m., Lauren Bramhall of Red Bluff contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request a welfare check on her juvenile daughter. Bramhall said her daughter was with her daughter’s father, Manuel Vargas, of Orland. Deputy Chavez contacted Bramhall, who said Vargas was not answering her calls. Deputy Chavez contacted Vargas and told him of the request. Deputy Chavez was able to see the girl was safe and in good health. Deputy Chavez contacted Bramhall and told her the girl was safe.
7:20 p.m., Irma Overton of County Road 30 near Orland contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a suspicious note left on her bedroom window. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Overton, who said the note was from a Brice who was asking Overton to contact him if she had lost a sum of money on her roadway. Deputy Chavez contacted Brice Creighton, of Chico, who verified he was simply attempting to return money he found on the roadway. Deputy Chavez told Creighton that Overton confirmed the money did not belong to her.
8:14 p.m., Leonardo Esparza of Willows contacted Glenn County Communications to report a man had stolen a tractor from his property near the intersection of Highway 99 and County Road 48 in Willows. Leonardo said the man drove the tractor to the area of Eureka Street and Highway 99 in Willows and parked it an open field. Deputies responded, contacted Esparza, and initiated an on-scene investigation. While on scene, the reported suspect, Brian Mitchell, appeared and deputies made contact. After further investigation, it was determined the alleged stolen tractor was a civil matter regarding Mitchell selling the tractor to Esparza. Subsequently, Esparza took possession of the tractor and both parties were provided with options on dealing with matter civilly.
Saturday, April 17:
12:27 a.m., Deputy McIntyre was dispatched to the area of Merrill Avenue and Wood Street for a single vehicle into a pole. Upon arrival, it was determined the collision occurred at Wood and Culver. Deputy McIntyre contacted Eileen Montoya-Arias of Willows in the driver seat of a silver 2007 Ford Escape and was complaining of pain to her neck. After further investigation, it was determined Montoya-Arias was traveling east on West Wood Street in the #2 lane and another unknown vehicle was also traveling east on West Wood Street in the #1 lane. Montoya-Arias stated two dogs ran out in front of the other vehicle. The other vehicle swerved into her lane to avoid the dogs and she swerved to avoid the other vehicle, causing her to hit the light pole on the southeast corner of Wood and Culver. Montoya-Arias was transported to Glenn Medical Center by medical personnel. Cal-Trans was notified of the damage to the light pole.
1:12 a.m., Deputy McIntyre was dispatched to the area of Sacramento and Willow Streets in Willows for a suspicious dark-colored Camaro driving around with no lights on. Deputies responded and checked the area but were unable to locate the suspicious vehicle.
1:14 a.m., Armando Jimenez of Orland reported a suspicious vehicle on Lassen Street in Orland and reported it had left the area. Sergeant Draper arrived and checked the area but was unable to locate the described vehicle. Jimenez requested extra patrol in the area.
1:54 a.m., Deputy Ayres conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a white GMC truck on Eighth Street, north of South Street, in Orland, for speeding. The deputy contacted the driver, Sean Brundage of Citrus Heights, and passenger, Krystal Rankin of Marysville. After an on-scene investigation, Brundage was determined to allegedly be driving while under the influence. Brundage was arrested and booked into the Glenn County Jail. Rankin was released and took possession of the truck.
6:07 a.m., Matthew Piper, an employee at the Stony Gorge Reservoir Campgrounds, reported there was a large group of people camping at the park, even though it was closed. Piper requested the people be told to leave the park. Deputy Goodwin contacted the group, who were identified as Jim Mcdermott, Bob Ramirez, Richard Laughridge Sr. and Richard Laughridge Jr. They were told the campgrounds were closed to overnight camping. They agreed to move along.
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Irene Daloisiolira from Colusa Regional Medical Center Hospice reported the expected death of hospice care patient Za Lee, 81, of Willows. The decedent entered comfort care on March 29, 2021, and was diagnosed with multiple preexisting illnesses. The decedent’s son, Moua Lee, of Willows, was the decedent`s next of kin and was present at the time of death. The decedent was to be released to the care of F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary, Willows.
12:50 p.m., a Circle K employee reported a man who had previously been admonished for trespassing had re-entered the business located at 210 West Wood Street in Willows. The employee said the man had left the business and was last seen walking east on Wood Street. The employee requested the man be contacted and reminded he was not allowed to go into the business. Deputy Ramirez responded and searched the area, but was unable to locate the man.
1:43 p.m., a Circle K employee reported a petty theft at the business located at 210 West Wood Street in Willows. Deputies responded and discovered a man had allegedly stolen a pair of $18 sunglasses. Deputies identified the man to be Zachary Boster of Willows and were told he had already left the area. The employee wished to pursue criminal charges against Boster. Deputies attempted to contact Boster, but were unable to locate him. The case is open, pending contact with Boster.
2:52 p.m., Jesus Gonzalez reported a disturbance at 441 Washington Street in Willows. Deputies responded and discovered Gonzalez had been having ongoing issues with his neighbor, Juvenal Sandoval. Gonzalez said Sandoval had approached him today and verbally attacked him without a reason. Gonzalez requested Sandoval be counseled and told to leave him alone. Gonzalez was provided with restraining order information. Sandoval was contacted, counseled, and agreed to leave Gonzalez alone.
3:11 p.m., Deputy Goodwin was detailed to a 911 hang-up at Helena Chemical, 8071 Highway 162, Princeton. Glenn County Communications was able to contact Travis Madsen of Willows, who is a supervisor at the business. Madsen said there should be no one at the business and requested a property check. Deputy Goodwin conducted a search of the property but did not locate any disturbances or anything suspicious.
3:29 p.m., an anonymous caller reported there was a door open at the Willows High School and it appeared to be suspicious. Deputies responded and found a door leading into the high school’s offices was open. Deputies searched the building, but did not locate anyone in the building. There was no damage caused to the door and nothing appeared to be out of place or missing. Deputies were unable to contact a responsible party for the school, but were able to secure the door closed.
4:32 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 1201 West Wood Street, apt. #50, Willows, for a report of a stolen vehicle. Deputies responded and contacted Stormi Barkie of Orland, who said her green 1996 Honda Civic had been taken from her parking spot sometime between April 16 at 11 p.m. and April 17 at 4:32 p.m. Barkie requested to report the vehicle stolen. The Honda was entered into the stolen vehicle system. The Honda was found in the parking lot of the Cedar Hills apartment complex, during the course of the investigation. Several miscellaneous items were found missing from the Honda. The Honda was ultimately released back to Barkie and removed from the stolen vehicle system.
7:12 p.m., deputies were dispatched to an anonymous report of an unknown man with a firearm at the Willows Inn, 725 South Tehama Street. Deputies and CHP conducted a check of the area but did not locate anybody with a firearm.
7:25 a.m., while on patrol, Deputy McIntyre observed Pedro Martinez Morales walking east on First Street in Hamilton City. Morales was staggering and almost fell on two occasions. Deputy McIntyre made contact with Morales and after further investigation it was determined he could not care for the safety of himself or others. Morales was arrested, transported and booked into the Glenn County jail for alleged public intoxication. Morales was to be released when sober.
7:32 p.m., an anonymous reporting party reported loud music in the area of County Roads 20 and KK. Deputy McIntyre responded and determined the music was coming from 6582 County Road 20. Deputy McIntyre contacted Nestor Medina, who agreed to turn down the music.
8:09 p.m., Rafael Ruvalcaba contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a disturbance at 725 South Tehama Street, Willows. Deputies responded but were unable to locate any signs of a disturbance.
8:46 p.m., an anonymous woman reported loud music coming from the area of Fourth Street and Sierra Avenue in Hamilton City. Upon arrival, Deputy McIntyre determined the music was coming from 475 Sierra Avenue. Deputy McIntyre contacted Jose Esquivel and was told of the complaint. Esquivel agreed to keep the music down. Steven Castillo called back, complaining of the noise. Deputy McIntyre responded again and determined the music had been turned off and Esquivel agreed to keep their voices down.
10:41 p.m., Mary Sawyer contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a man in her neighbor’s back yard at 533 Fourth Street, Willows, and causing a disturbance. Deputy Tuma was detailed and conducted a check of the area. Deputy Tuma found the area quiet on arrival and was unable to locate anybody in the back yard.
11 p.m., Louis Ramirez reported his neighbors were playing very loud music at 4366 County Road O, Orland. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Cesar Enriquez-Urena, who agreed to turn off the music for the night.
11:58 p.m., while on foot patrol in the downtown area of Willows, Deputy Ayres heard a disturbance coming from a vehicle that was parked near The Long Way Home Saloon, 222 West Walnut Street. Deputy Ayres contacted Benjamin Yazzie, of Arizona, outside of a parked SUV that was occupied by Cherie Xiong of Willows. After an on-scene investigation, it was determined to be a verbal only domestic disturbance, settled by separation. Yazzie was given a courtesy ride home.
Sunday, April 18:
9:05 a.m., Stephen Pete of Elk Creek requested to speak with a deputy regarding a child custody issue. Deputy Goodwin attempted to contact Pete, via telephone, but Pete did not answer the phone and his voicemail box was full.
9:15 a.m., Ana Melena of Willows reported reported Celestino Marquez, 64, was not answering his door or responding to her calls at 1340 West Sycamore Street, apt. #201, Willows. Deputies responded to the residence and found Marquez unresponsive. Deputies initiated CPR and called for medics to respond. The Willows Fire Department and Enloe Ambulance personnel arrived on scene and took over life-saving procedures. At about 9:57 a.m., life-saving efforts were exhausted and Marquez was pronounced deceased. A coroner’s investigation was initiated.
9:59 a.m., Jerome Brickley of Orland called the sheriff’s office and reported Curtis Hobbs of Willows was causing a disturbance and was threatening to fight him. Deputies responded to 1201 West Wood Street and contacted Brickley and Hobbs. Brickley alleged Hobbs was wanting to fight over old issues and was not letting him leave the apartment complex. Hobbs alleged Brickley started trash talking and wanted to fight first. Deputies handled the matter by mediation and separation.
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11:22 a.m., deputies were dispatched to 1201 West Wood Street, apt. #50, Willows, for a report of a stolen vehicle. Deputies responded and contacted Stormi Barkie of Orland, who said her green 1996 Honda Civic had been stolen from her parking spot sometime between April 17 at 10 p.m. and April 18 at 11:20 a.m. Barkie requested to report the vehicle stolen. The vehicle was entered into the stolen vehicle system. The vehicle was found at the intersection of South Shasta and West Ash Streets in Willows. The vehicle was ultimately released back to Barkie and removed from the stolen vehicle system. (See log item for 4:32 p.m. on Saturday, April 17.)
12:39 p.m., Melissa Young at 1201 West Wood Street, apt. #44, Willows, reported her mail was stolen. Deputy Goodwin contacted Young, who stated Letticia Cordero returned a check to her that had been missing. Young named several people who could have stolen her check from her mailbox. The matter is still under investigation.
3:17 p.m., Eric Steer of Glenn Medical Center reported he saw two juveniles steal a wheelchair from the hospital in Willows. The children were last seen running east on Sycamore Street. Deputy Goodwin contacted three children who had two wheelchairs at Sycamore Park. The children said the wheelchairs were by the trashcans at GMC and they thought they were garbage. GMC staff was unaware if the wheelchairs were garbage and did not know they had been taken. After an investigation, it was determined the children had no intent to commit theft and it was unclear if the wheelchairs were actually meant to be disposed of. The children were counselled and returned the wheelchairs to where they found them.
3:25 p.m., an employee at Tobacco Man, 235 West Wood Street, Willows, reported a unknown man caused a disturbance in the store a few days ago and had since left threatening voicemails to the owner of the business. Deputy Goodwin contacted the employee, who identified herself as Belinda Zazueta. She stated the man was elderly and they had never seen him before. The man was angry over the price of cigarettes. The man was provided with the business owner’s phone number so he could complain. The man had since left voicemails saying he was a Vietnam War veteran and could assault store staff. Zazueta requested the incident be documented due to the concerning statements.
6:50 p.m., Amelia Massie requested an area check at 8064 County Road 30 1/2, Orland, for a suspicious vehicle in her driveway. While en route, Deputy Huichapan’s response was cancelled per Massie, who told Glenn County Communications the vehicle was no longer in the area.
7:45 p.m., Donald Demercurio of Redding flagged down Deputy Huichapan at the Pilot Travel Center, 4444 Commerce Lane, Orland, and said he was stranded. Deputy Huichapan provided Demercurio with a courtesy ride.
8:12 p.m., Carly Herrick of Oroville requested a welfare check on her 8-year-old daughter after the child’s father, Alfonso Loza of Willows, failed to complete a scheduled custody exchange. Deputy Lourenzo responded to Loza’s residence in Willows and attempted to contact the child, but learned she was not there at the time. Loza said the child was at the store with his wife, and was in good health. Loza was told of the child custody exchange procedures and was provided with information. Deputy Lourenzo later contacted Herrick via telephone and told her of the findings. Herrick was provided information regarding the child custody matter and she requested the incident be documented for future court proceedings.
8:59 p.m., Wayne Gunter reported hearing approximately four or five gunshots in the 400 block of Los Robles Avenue, Hamilton City. Deputies responded and conducted an extensive area check throughout Hamilton City, but were unable to locate the source or anything suspicious in the area.
10:28 p.m., Marcus Jackson of Valparaiso, Ind., requested to speak with a deputy after reporting he was in a disturbance with an unknown woman in which the woman left the area in a vehicle and took some of his property. Deputy Lourenzo attempted to contact Jackson via telephone, per his request, but was unable to reach him and was unable to leave a voicemail message. Deputy Lourenzo searched the area of West Wood Street and North Butte Street, where Jackson reported he was located, but was unable to find him. Deputy Lourenzo was ultimately unable to contact Jackson in order to take a report.
11:47 p.m., Deputy Lourenzo responded to the area of North Humboldt Avenue and West Wood Street in Willows after receiving a report of a disturbance from an unknown woman. The reporting party did not provide accurate information as to her whereabouts, and disconnected the telephone prior to giving any other pertinent information. Deputy Lourenzo searched the area for any signs of a disturbance, but was ultimately unable to locate anyone in distress or any signs of a disturbance.
Monday, April 19:
12:19 a.m., Deputy Lourenzo responded to the Cedar Hills Apartments, 600 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, for a report of a woman shouting within the complex. Upon arrival, Deputy Lourenzo contacted Jasmanie Smith of apt. #110. She said she was talking to someone on the phone, and had been yelling prior to the deputy’s arrival. Smith was told of the complaint and she agreed to keep the noise level down for the remainder of the night.
6:20 a.m., deputies responded to 6570 County Road 49 1/2, Willows, after Nou Yang reported an unknown Asian male was on her property, hitting their livestock. Deputies responded and contacted the reported man, Xiong Lee of Willows, on the property. Lee displayed objective symptoms of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Deputies determined Lee was not in the state of mind to care for the safety of himself or others and was arrested for alleged public intoxication. Yang declined to pursue criminal charges against Lee for trespassing, but requested he be admonished from the property. Lee was transported to the Glenn County Jail and he was to be released once sober.
8:40 a.m., Terrence Olliff contacted Glenn County Communications and requested to speak with a deputy, via telephone, regarding a cold vandalism to his residence (3580 County Road 305), in Elk Creek. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Olliff, via telephone, as requested. Olliff reported an unknown suspect vandalized his bedroom window at about 4:05 a.m. Olliff did not have surveillance cameras at his residence and only requested the incident documented. Olliff estimated the vandalized window would cost about $500 to repair.
10:35 a.m., sheriff’s deputies and Hamilton City fire personnel responded to Los Robles Avenue for a report of a possible deceased person. Brice Del Faro, 69, was declared deceased at about 10:47 a.m. Next of kin, Lorda Vidauri of Orland, was present and notified of the decedent’s death. Deputy Tuma conducted a coroner’s investigation and the decedent was released into the care of the Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
11:38 a.m., Sergeant Owens and Deputy Bauer had prior knowledge that Anabel Krogstad of 100 Tom Polk Drive, Chico (sheriff’s log) or Woodland (Glenn County Jail news release) and, Brian Krogstad of 435 North Tehama Street (sheriff’s log) or Woodland (jail’s news release) had outstanding $40,000 Glenn County felony arrest warrants. Both Anabel and Brian Krogstad were taken into custody at the Willows Superior Court for their outstanding warrants and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
1:44 p.m., Sam Patel called and reported two vehicles in the Super 8 motel parking lot, 457 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Patel said he asked the drivers to leave and they refused. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched. While Deputy Lemmon was en route, Patel called back to report the vehicles left and he no longer needed law enforcement.
2:03 p.m., Mindy from Glenn County Child Protective Services called and requested a deputy to assist with executing a child protective warrant. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched and assisted until he was no longer needed.
7:58 p.m., an anonymous person reported a disturbance near the pool at the Cedar Hills Apartments in Willows. Deputy Huichapan responded and contacted Chankham Intavong in the area. Intavong said she was in an argument with her boyfriend. She said the argument did not escalate into anything physical and declined any law enforcement assistance. Intavong’s boyfriend left the area prior to Deputy Huichapan’s arrival.
8:14 p.m., at South and Eighth Streets in Orland, Deputy Ayres conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a Nissan Sentra for a California Vehicle Code violation and for the registered owner having a local felony warrant. Deputy Ayres contacted driver, William Jarman, who was confirmed to have a local felony warrant. Jarman was arrested and transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was turned over to jail staff to be booked. The vehicle was turned over to a friend per Jarman.
9:31 p.m., Acularm Security reported an alarm activation at the Plaza School at 7322 County Road 24, Orland, and requested law enforcement. Deputies responded and arrived on scene. They searched the school and found it to be secured. Deputies did not observe any suspicious activity during the search.
9:59 p.m., at Interstate 5 and County Road 3, Deputy Ayres contacted Noah Coats of 329 Yuba Street, Orland (the jail’s news release says he lives in Corning) during a vehicle stop. The deputy was familiar with Coats from prior contacts and was aware of him having a felony warrant for his arrest. Coats was arrested and transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was turned over to jail staff for booking. The vehicle and passenger were released.
Tuesday, April 20:
12:32 a.m., Deputy Huichapan was detailed to the Travel Plaza, 1481 Highway 99, Willows, for a report of an alarm activation. Deputy Huichapan responded and found the building was secure. The deputy did not observe anything suspicious and determined it was a false alarm.
5:49 a.m., Deputy Alves was dispatched to the 1200 block of West Wood Street, Willows, to an anonymous report of a man with his pants down, driving a blue vehicle. The anonymous party requested an area check for this man. Upon arrival, Deputy Alves checked the area but was unable to locate the man.
9:42 p.m., Megan Huerta of 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #112, Willows, called to report a violation of a court order. Deputy Alves contacted Huerta, who alleged Alejandro Cisneros of Orland has been harassing her by calling her and messaging her, calling her names. Cisneros was also reportedly at her residence to retrieve property and they were in an argument. Huerta requested Cisneros be counselled regarding his behavior.
10:05 a.m., Michael Head contacted Glenn County Communications to report an alleged cold vehicle burglary. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Head at his residence, 4222 County Road K, Orland, and initiated an on-scene investigation. After further investigation, it was determined an unknown suspect entered Head’s locked pickup and stole property from inside. Head estimated his lost at about $1,170.
11:58 a.m., Beverly Borges of Willows contacted Glenn County Communications and requested to speak with a deputy regarding an ongoing juvenile concern. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Borges, via telephone, as requested. Borges reported a 14-year-old posted photos of himself on social media with alcohol. Deputy Garcia initiated an ongoing investigation regarding the matter.
2:09 p.m., Megan Huerta called again to speak to a deputy regarding threats. Deputy Lemmon called and spoke with Huerta, who said she was in an argument with her cousin, Carmen Garcia of Willows. Huerta alleged Garcia became confrontational when she walked by her apartment. Huerta alleged the argument was regarding a civil matter over property. Huerta said Garcia was not happy with her due to refusing to pay for the property. Garcia said she would vandalize Huerta’s vehicle if she was not paid back. Huerta could not provide the apartment number where Garcia lived nor a telephone number. Deputy Lemmon provided Huerta with the information regarding civil harassment orders.
3:15 p.m., Leland Sisk of Elk Creek alleged his grandson, Byron Burrows of Elk Creek, was causing a disturbance regarding Burrows not finding personal belongings at their residence. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted both parties in Elk Creek. After further investigation, it was reported the incident was verbal only and Sisk requested Burrows be counseled on his actions. Deputy Garcia counseled Burrows and provided both parties with options.
6:42 p.m., Megan Huerta contacted the sheriff’s office again, alleging Patricia Garcia of Willows was tased by Carmen Garcia of Chico. Deputy Tuma responded to 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #112, Willows, and contacted both parties and initiated an investigation.
7:21 p.m., Deputy Huichapan was dispatched to the area of Black Bear Diner in Willows for a report of a possible drunk driver. The reporting party, Cody Polit of Maxwell, told Glenn County Communications a female driver in a black Ford Edge almost struck a few vehicles at the O’Reilly’s Auto Parts parking lot. Deputy Huichapan located the described vehicle and woman at the McDonald’s parking lot. Deputy Huichapan contacted the driver, Jessica Martin of Sacramento, and initiated an investigation. After an on-scene investigation, Martin was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence of drugs. Martin was booked into the Glenn County Jail and released to the care and custody of jail staff without further incident.
8:49 p.m., Mattie Arteaga contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a disturbance at 533 Fourth Street in Willows. Deputy Tuma responded and contacted Julio Flores and Nadine Crawshaw, both of Willows, in the front of the residence. Flores said he was trying to get items to fit in the back of his truck and did not need law enforcement assistance. Deputy Tuma did not observe any signs of a disturbance and determined no crime had been committed.
8:51 p.m., Karissa Lutz of Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to speak to a deputy regarding her father, Robert Lutz of Willows, taking her vehicle that was registered to him. Deputy Tuma was detailed and contacted Karissa, who was provided with information and requested personal property out of the vehicle. Deputy Tuma contacted Robert and mediated the return of the property.
9:10 p.m., Robert Druse contacted the sheriff’s office reporting a man wearing a hat and poncho aggressively panhandling in the area of the Chevron station on Wood Street. Druse requested the man be counselled. Deputy Tuma contacted Harvey Chovanak of Salome, Ariz., who was told of the complaint and counseled. Chovanak denied being aggressive and said he would be moving along.