Glenn County Sheriff’s Log

Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.

Wednesday, April 21:

1:13 a.m., while on patrol, Deputy Tuma was flagged down and told of a person possibly in the new apartment construction on West Sycamore Street, near North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputies conducted a check of the property but were unable to locate anyone.

8:05 a.m., Amy Clement called and reported a suspicious vehicle on County Road 7 near Orland. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched and contacted Clement, who said the vehicle was in front of her residence and it was suspicious. Clement said when the female driver saw Clement, the driver drove the vehicle out of the area at a high rate of speed. Clement said the vehicle was a black Chrysler. Clement requested the incident be documented and extra patrol in the area.

8:41 a.m., Diana Brown of 1340 West Sycamore Street, apt. #125, Willows, contacted Glenn County Communications and requested to speak with a deputy regarding a disturbance with her neighbor, Judy Edano, of apt. #116. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Brown, via telephone, as requested. Brown reported Edano called her a derogatory name during an argument and requested the incident be documented.

10:40 a.m., while on routine patrol, Deputy Garcia saw David Brawley in the 500 block of North Shasta Street, Willows. Deputy Garcia knew Brawley, who lives at 515 North Shasta Street, from previous contacts and had prior knowledge he had a warrant for his arrest. A records check through Glenn County Communications confirmed the warrant. Deputy Garcia arrested Brawley and transported him to the Glenn County Jail.

10:59 a.m., Freddy Hernandez of Corning called and reported trespassing in Hamilton City. Deputy Lemmon contacted Hernandez, who said a woman he knew as Tabitha (unknown last name), continues to come to the property to look for her ex-husband. Hernandez said Tabitha, who lives in Willows, has been told multiple times to not return. Deputy Lemmon conducted an area check for Tabitha and her vehicle. Deputy Lemmon discovered Tabitha had left the area. Hernandez was told to contact law enforcement if she returned.

12:42 p.m., an anonymous person reported a man wearing dark long sleeves with khaki pants was causing a disturbance near St. Monica’s Church, 1129 West Wood Street, Willows. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted the reported man, Harvey Chovanak of Salome, Ariz. Deputy Garcia tols Chovanak of the complaint and counseled him on his behavior. Chovanak agreed to no longer cause a disturbance and said there would not be any further issues.

2:04 p.m., deputies responded to 1340 West Sycamore Street, apt. #102, Willows, to a report of a possible burglary in progress. Upon arrival, they checked the interior of the apartment and determined nobody had been inside. Deputies secured the apartment.

2:34 p.m., Deputy Garcia responded to 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #251, Willows, after Leticia Torres-Diaz reported a fraudulent use of her debit card. A records check through Glenn County Communications showed Torres-Diaz had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Glenn County. Deputy Garcia arrested Torres-Diaz for the outstanding warrant and transported her to the Glenn County Jail. The alleged fraudulent use of Torres-Diaz’s debit card is an ongoing investigation.

8:06 p.m., Lynn Head requested a civil standby to retrieve her property from her residence at 4222 County Road K, Orland, after an altercation between her and Michael Head. Deputy Lourenzo responded and stood by while Lynn Head retrieved some of her belongings without incident. Lynn Head was provided with information on civil matters and the restraining order process.

10:14 p.m., Deputy Ayres was dispatched to Highway 162 and Interstate 5 for a single-vehicle collision involving a motorcycle, with an ambulance responding. Deputy Ayres contacted the driver, Phillip Carcione, of Las Vegas, Nev. After an on-scene investigation, Carcione was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence and transported to Glenn County Jail after being medically cleared. The motorcycle was towed from scene by L&T Towing, at the owner’s expense.

10:42 p.m., Joe Torres contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to report theft from his residence at 714 West Laurel Street in Willows. Deputy Tuma attempted to contact Torres by phone, but was unable to do so and left a voicemail advising Torres to call back if he still wished to make a report.

10:56 p.m., Deputy Tuma was dispatched to a domestic disturbance at 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #249, Willows. Deputy Tuma contacted Jennifer Mendoza and Alexander Martinez. Both said they were in an argument and denied a physical altercation took place. Martinez agreed to stay somewhere else for the night. The incident was handled by mediation and separation.

11:08 p.m., Ginger Blosser of Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting an area check of Diamond Gas at 1300 West Wood Street, Willows. Blosser said a transient was going through the trash and was worried he might vandalize the business. Deputy Tuma conducted a check of the property but the transient was gone.

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