Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Thursday, April 22:
7:01 a.m., the California Highway Patrol requested assistance for a man in the roadway on Highway 32 at Sacramento Avenue in Hamilton City. Deputy Rasmussen located Adrian May, who matched the description provided, at that location. May was found to have three misdemeanor warrants for his arrest. Deputy Alves subsequently transported and booked May into the Glenn County Jail. Total bail was set at $23,000.
10:05 a.m., an anonymous person called and reported a possible drunk driver at the Cedar Hills Apartments in Willows. The reporting party observed a man driving a silver two-door sedan, drinking a beer while driving, in the parking lot. Deputy Lemmon responded to the area. Deputy Lemmon conducted an area check but did not locate any vehicle matching the description.
10:14 a.m., Leslie Leach of Willows called and requested to speak with a deputy regarding a civil issue. Deputy Alves contacted Leach, who needed guidance on how to retrieve personal property from her ex-boyfriend, Josh Stine. Deputy Alves also contacted Stine, also of Willows, who said he had disposed of the items two weeks ago. Both parties were advised of the civil process.
11:45 a.m., Paul Stephens called and reported theft from his roadside mailbox at 6358 County Road 200, Orland. Deputy Lemmon contacted Stephens, who said an unknown person stole his prescription medication from his mailbox. Stephens said the delivery occurred during the day on Friday, April 16. Stephens said the medication was free and he had no monetary loss.
12:10 p.m., Cristobal Perez called to report vandalism to his vehicle. Deputy Lemmon responded to Perez’s residence at 833 Fifth Street, Hamilton City. Deputy Lemmon contacted Perez and examined the vehicle. The vehicle damage appeared to have been caused by a collision, and not vandalism. Deputy Lemmon advised Perez to contact his insurance company regarding the damage.
2:54 p.m., Deputy Alves was dispatched to 310 El Dorado Avenue, Willows, to the anonymous report of loud music. Upon arrival, no music or disturbance could be heard.
3:28 p.m., Jordan Ashley called and requested a welfare check on Shannon O’Neill of 6130 County Road 4, Orland. Ashley said she works for a medical facility and was worried about O’Neill’s welfare due to medical concerns. Deputy Lemmon contacted O’Neill, who said she was okay and did not need any assistance.
4:21 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the Cedar Hills Apartments, 600 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, to an anonymous report of Seth Dominguez-Feathers of apt. #225 yelling and using bad language. Upon arrival, contact was made with Dominguez-Feathers, who had calmed down. He was counselled about his behavior.
6:12 p.m., Yesica Chavez of Hamilton City contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to speak with a deputy regarding a dispute with a neighbor. Deputy Tuma contacted Chavez by phone, per her request. Chavez said the dispute had been resolved and there was no longer an issue. Chavez was advised to contact the sheriff’s office if the dispute began again.
7:24 p.m., Austin Weathers requested a deputy at 511 Fifth Street in Willows as his parents were currently in an argument and he did not want it to escalate. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Austin Weathers, Zach Weathers and Corina Navarro. After further investigation and speaking with all involved parties, it was determined to be a non-physical argument only. The matter was settled by mediation.
8:01 p.m., an anonymous person reported a man was bragging about drinking 14 shots of Tequila while walking out of Casa Ramos and getting into an older yellow Ford Bronco. The caller said the man mentioned something about going to the bank to get more money. Deputy McIntyre checked the area and located the vehicle described, parked in front of the US Bank on Sycamore Street in Willows. Contact was made with the driver, Otto Chrestensen, in the driver’s seat with the engine running. After further investigation, Chrestensen was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was booked into the Glenn County Jail.
9:40 p.m., Madison Huffman of Willows requested a welfare check on Stanley Lecorno at 1340 West Sycamore Street, apt. #247, as he was not feeling well when he left her residence. Deputy McIntyre contacted Lecorno, who said he was fine and did not need any medical assistance.
10:58 p.m., deputies responded to a report from Eagle Security regarding a commercial burglar alarm activation. Deputies checked 9059 Highway 162 and the property next door (west of) believed to be where the shop was located. The buildings on both properties were found secure and nothing was out of the ordinary.