Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Friday, April 30:
3:04 a.m., Deputy Huichapan responded to 128 South Colusa Street, in Willows, for the report of an alarm activation. While on-scene, Deputy Huichapan made sure the front door to the building was secure but was unable to access the rest of the doors on the building due to a locked chain link fence. Deputy Huichapan did not observe anything out of place and determined it was a false alarm.
10:32 a.m., Angelina Reyes reported a group of unknown men were trespassing on her property at 4882 County Road KK, in Orland. Deputy Goodwin contacted the men. One was identified as Juan Banuelos. Banuelos said he rented the property from Reyes and today was his last day to be there. Banuelos was collecting fencing that he claimed to have purchased and set up. Reyes stated she did rent the property to Banuelos for one month but his last day was supposed to be April 29. Reyes also stated the fencing was installed by Banuelos but she provided the material, so it belonged to her. Reyes and Banuelos did not have a written agreement regarding renting the property or materials used. Reyes and Banuelos were told this was a civil matter and they could both pursue the matter in civil court if they wished. Banuelos ultimately left the property.
11:55 a.m., Eduardo Chavez contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Robert Dingman was refusing to check out and leave the Blue Gum Motel property. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Dingman. Dingman was told of the complaint and agreed to leave the property.
12:33 p.m., Daniel Gallegos came to the sheriff’s office and requested to speak with a deputy regarding protective orders. Deputy Turner met with Gallegos and informed him on how to obtain a protective order. Deputy Turner referred Gallegos to the Willows Self-Help Office at 119 North Butte Street.
1:22 p.m., Sheena Moon called the Sheriff’s Office and requested a deputy regarding Robert Dingman, who was causing a disturbance at the Chevron on West Wood Street, Willows. Deputy Turner responded and contacted Dingman. At the requested of Moon, Dingman was admonished for trespassing and was moved along without incident.
1:50 p.m., Misty Robles, of 208 Main Street in Hamilton City, requested to speak with a deputy regarding an unknown woman yelling at her kids. Deputy Goodwin contacted Robles, via telephone. Robles said the woman walked up to her two children when they were playing outside their residence. The woman asked the children if “Misty” was their mom, then proceeded to yell at them. The children described the woman as having pink hair tied into a bun. Deputy Goodwin conducted an area check for the woman, but was unable to locate anyone matching the description. Extra patrol was requested in the area.
4:33 p.m., Elvira Laraquezada called the sheriff’s office and reported an unknown Asian woman was trespassing on St. Monica’s property and requested a deputy. Deputy Turner responded and contacted La Bokeo. Glenn County Communications conducted a records check on Bokeo and revealed she had an outstanding felony warrant for her arrest. Glenn County Communications confirmed the $50,000 bail felony warrant out of Colusa County. Bokeo was placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County jail, where she was turned over to jail staff booking.
4:58 p.m., Bonnie Cernas of Willows contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Darrell Doshier of Willows was yelling at her and causing a disturbance. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Cernas and Doshier. Deputy Chavez initiated an investigation. After speaking with both parties, Deputy Chavez determined the disturbance was only verbal. Both parties were counseled on their behavior and Cernas agreed to leave the residence.
10:54 p.m., George Tucker reported hearing about nine gunshots in the 2300 block of County Road S in Willows. Tucker requested a deputy respond and conduct an area check. Deputies responded and conducted an area check. After an extensive area check, deputies did not observe or hear anything strange in the area.
Saturday, May 1:
9:02 a.m., Johan Gutierrez of Orland reported his grey Honda sedan was hit by another vehicle sometime the previous night in the Best Western parking lot, 475 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputy Goodwin contacted Gutierrez and his father, Hector Alvarez of Orland. The vehicle was discovered to belong to Alvarez. There was minor damage and black paint transfer to the rear right bumper of the vehicle. Alvarez said a white Ford pickup towing a trailer was parked next to his vehicle the previous night. Alvarez suspected the driver of the Ford may have hit his vehicle with the trailer. Alvarez did not have a license plate number for the Ford. Alvarez estimated the damage to cost $500 to repair and requested an exchange of information if the driver of the other vehicle was located. Deputy Goodwin contacted hotel staff and requested to view security. Hotel staff was unable to provide security footage at the time of contact. A request was left with hotel staff to view the footage at a later time.
11:08 a.m., Janelle Kleppe of Orland contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report three Chihuahuas were out and had chased a child on a bike. Deputy Chavez responded and observed the three dogs inside the fenced yard of the property located at 128 Fourth Street in Orland. Deputy Chavez contacted the owner of the dogs, Rogelio Zaragoza, who was told of the complaint. Zaragoza agreed to keep the dogs contained.
11:11 a.m., Misty Corriea contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report her 10-year old foster child was being disobedient. Deputy Chavez responded to 4170 County Road L, Orland. Corriea said the child had left the residence with her 14-year-old foster child. Deputies searched the area and located the children. They were transported to Corriea’s residence, counseled on their behavior and released to Corriea.
7:47 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the Walmart parking lot in Willows for a report of possible drug activity. The reporting party alleged a woman and two men in a black Audi were consuming narcotics. Deputies responded and located the described vehicle with a woman and two men inside. The people were contacted and told why they were being talked to. Upon initial contact, Deputy Huichapan observed a clear plastic container containing a white substance, possibly methamphetamine, in plain view. Deputy Huichapan learned one of the occupants was on searchable/testable probation and two of the occupants admitted to having drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. Deputy Huichapan initiated an investigation and shortly after, Detective Johnsen arrived on-scene and took over the investigation. Involved parties included Christopher David Lowery of Shasta Lake City, Douglas James Middleton of Redding, and Ashley Nicole Spang of Woodland.
9:06 p.m., Shawn Foley reported a disturbance at his residence at 4684 Sixth Avenue, Orland, between he and his wife, Sabrina Foley. Sergeant Draper arrived and contacted both parties, who said they had been in an argument regarding relationship issues. The matter was ultimately settled by mediation and separation. A courtesy ride was provided to Foley to a family member’s residence in Orland.
10:41 p.m., medics and fire personnel responded to 6386 County Road 200, sp. #36, Orland, for a report of an unconscious woman who was not breathing. Deputies and Orland police officers were first on-scene and immediately rendered aid. Dignity Health Medics and Orland fire personnel arrived on-scene shortly after and performed life saving measures. After all life saving measures were exhausted, Maria Santos, was declared deceased. The next of kin, Pedro Santos, was present and notified. Deputy Huichapan initiated a coroner’s investigation. Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary out of Orland responded and removed the decedent.
11:08 p.m., Deputy Lourenzo responded to Cedar Hills apartments in Willows after an anonymous report of a person shining laser lights into numerous apartment windows. Upon arrival, Deputy Lourenzo searched the apartment complex and surrounding area for any persons who may be involved, but did not locate anyone or any suspicious activity.
11:42 p.m., Jacqueline Wagoner requested a deputy and area check at 4445 County Road 200A as there was a suspicious vehicle at her gate. Deputy McIntyre responded and checked the area but no suspicious vehicles were located in the area.
Sunday, May 2:
12:18 a.m., CHP officers requested assistance with locating a person who was throwing rocks at vehicles on Highway 32. Deputy Huichapan responded to Highway 32, just east of County Road VV, and assisted CHP officers until no longer needed.
12:42 a.m., deputies responded to the 400 block of West Oak Street, Willows, for an ATV that had crashed. While on scene, Deputy McIntyre made contact with a second person, Karen Lacroix of Willows, who was driving a second ATV. While speaking with Lacroix, Deputy McIntyre could smell the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from her person. After further investigation, Lacroix was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence of alcohol and booked into the Glenn County jail.
12:44 a.m., Jeremiah Woodworth contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office, reporting a possible disturbance at the “gravel pits” on County Road 48 between two men near a white sedan. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Joseph Maloney, who was in a white sedan. Maloney said he was fine and he did not need law enforcement assistance. Deputy McIntyre did not see any signs of anyone else in the area.
1:12 a.m., Deputy Lourenzo responded to an address within the 100 block of South Colusa Street, Willows, for a report of a security alarm activation. Upon arrival, Deputy Lourenzo checked the building and property for any signs of forced entry. The building was found to be secure and nothing suspicious was noted on the property. The matter was determined to be a false alarm.
7:06 a.m., an employee from Circle K, 210 West Wood Street, Willows, contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request a welfare check on a man who went into the store and asked him to call him an ambulance. Deputy Chavez responded and contacted Everett Maghan, who was complaining of stomach pain but refused medical treatment. Maghan was showing signs of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Deputy Chavez conducted a drug evaluation and determined Maghan was allegedly under the influence of a controlled substance. Maghan was arrested and transported to the Glenn County Jail and booked by jail staff.
9:48 a.m., Stephen Pete of Willows contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request child custody dispute paperwork. Deputies contacted Pete and provided the requested documents.
3:20 p.m., Robert Bryan called the sheriff’s office, requesting a deputy regarding a cold burglary at 4620 Highway 99. Deputy Turner responded and met with Bryan, who said he was not the property owner and did not know whether the owner would want to file a police report. Deputy Turner instructed Bryan to tell the owner to call the sheriff’s office if he wished to file a report. Bryan requested extra patrol at the closed business during the night.
5:04 p.m., Glen Williams contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report an ongoing issue with a white car speeding past his residence at 139 North Plumas Street, Willows. Deputy Chavez responded. Williams was provided with information and options to resolve the ongoing issue. Deputies searched the area but were not able to locate the vehicle.
6:53 p.m., the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office received a cross report from Glenn County Child Welfare Services regarding alleged physical abuse of a child. After an investigation, Deputy Lourenzo determined the allegations to be inconclusive or unfounded.
9 p.m., Deputy McIntyre responded to 7163 Highway 32 on a report from Dale Rash of Orland that his neighbors were playing loud music and he requested they turn it down. Upon arrival, contact was made with Juan Munoz, who was told of the complaint. Munoz said they were wrapping up the party and the music would be turned off.
10:18 p.m., Gerda Janos requested to speak with a deputy regarding her missing cell phone. Deputies responded to the 800 block of North Humboldt Avenue in Willows and contacted Janos, who told deputies she couldn’t find her cell phone and believed someone took it from her residence. Janos said there were no signs of forced entry but reported having issues with trespassers in the past. Deputies conducted a perimeter check and did not observed any signs of forced entry or anything suspicious. After an on-scene investigation, deputies determined the call was unfounded and provided Janos with information.
10:55 p.m., Maria Elias of Hamilton City requested to speak with a deputy regarding her juvenile daughter. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Elias and her 16-year-old son, who translated. Elias stated she had been in an argument with her 13-year-old daughter and tried to ground her. Elias said the girl left the residence around 5 p.m. and had not returned. Neither Elias nor the brother could provide any information on her whereabouts or who her friends were. The girl was last seen wearing orange pants, black sweater and rainbow tennis shoes. Elias did not wish to make a missing persons report at this time and stated she would contact the school tomorrow morning to see if the girl showed up to school. Elias said she would contact the sheriff’s office if the girl did not show up for school.
Monday, May 3:
12:40 a.m., an anonymous woman reported a possible disturbance at Cedar Hills Manor, apt. #217. Deputies responded and contacted Brittany Emery and Alfonso Loza. Emery and Loza declined any law enforcement assistance and said there was no disturbance going on. Deputies did not observe anything indicating a disturbance was occurring. Deputies told Emery and Loza to keep the noise level down for the remainder of the night and they agreed.
1:47 a.m., an anonymous woman reported a man yelling for help in the area of Highway 32 and Sacramento Avenue in Hamilton City. Deputy McIntyre responded and checked the area but was unable to locate anyone yelling for help or anyone needing any assistance.
3:46 a.m., Brian Morales reported a suspicious man in a black Audi at the Walmart parking lot in Willows. Morales requested a deputy respond and contact the man. Deputies responded and contacted Douglas Middleton, who deputies recognized from a prior call for service. Middleton said he had permission from the registered owner, Christopher Lowery, to be in the vehicle. Deputy Huichapan had prior knowledge Lowery was currently in custody at the Glenn County Jail. Lowery was contacted and confirmed Middleton had permission to be in his vehicle. Deputy Huichapan informed Lowery the two rear windows of his vehicle were broken and Lowery declined to pursue criminal charges. Per Morales, Middleton could remain in the parking lot. Deputy Huichapan relayed the message to Middleton.
9:29 a.m., deputies assisted Willows Code Enforcement with an abatement warrant at 141 North Crawford Avenue in Willows. Deputies assisted until no longer needed.
9:35 a.m., David Buchanan contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting theft of property from a vehicle while at Nancy’s Airport Cafe in Willows. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and initiated an investigation. Buchanan said three bags containing racing gear and equipment were stolen. Buchanan estimated their value at about $4,000.
11:17 a.m., Hillary Goss of Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting damage to her vehicle after being parked at Walmart. Deputy Tuma contacted Goss by phone. Goss reported she went into Walmart at about 10:15 a.m. on May 3 and when she returned at 10:58 a.m., she noticed scratches on the driver’s side rear bumper of her 2018 Chevy pickup. Goss said she was parked on the east side of row two near the front of the store. Deputy Tuma checked Walmart’s security camera footage but was unable to identify a suspect or suspect vehicle. Goss estimated the damage to her vehicle to cost about $500 to repair.
11:26 a.m., deputies responded to an anonymous report of a disturbance in the area of 435 South Plumas Street, Willows. Deputies checked the area but it was quiet on arrival. Deputies spoke with Nicholas Ruvalcaba at 435 South Plumas, who said they did not call 911 and did not hear a disturbance. Deputies responded to the area of 435 North Plumas Street and contacted Adam Hirsh and Heather Wells at 431 1/3 North Plumas Street. Both parties said there was not a disturbance and did not hear anything. Deputies were ultimately unable to locate a disturbance and the call was determined to be unfounded.
1:41 p.m., while on routine patrol, Deputy Garcia observed a pickup truck on County Road 24, near County Road O, and requested a records check through Glenn County Communications. A records check showed the registered owner of the pickup truck was Samuel Gamboa Sanchez of Orland. A records check through Glenn County Communications showed Sanchez allegedly had an outstanding felony warrant out of Glenn County. Deputy Garcia contacted Sanchez, arrested him for his outstanding warrant, and transported him to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked.
3:12 p.m., Salvador Garcia came to the sheriff’s office lobby, requesting a citation sign-off. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and confirmed the vehicle code violations were corrected.
5:13 p.m., Maria Elias of Hamilton City contacted Glenn County Communications and requested to speak with a deputy regarding an ongoing issue with her juvenile daughter. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Elias, via telephone, as requested. Elias reported her 13-year-old leaves the residence without her permission and requested options on dealing with the matter. Deputy Garcia provided Elias with options on dealing with the family matter in the future.
5:58 p.m., Robin Freiley of Orland requested a welfare check on a person identified as Michael Head. Freiley alleged Head being under the influence of alcohol, yelling at a female teenager and taking photos of license plates to vehicles. Deputies checked the area but did not see Head outside. Deputies contacted Head inside his residence at 4222 County Road K, Orland. It was determined Head was on supervised release with no alcohol as a stipulation and to wear an ankle monitor. Head denied yelling at the teenager and was not found to have been drinking. Head was told of the complaint and warned about this type of behavior.
6:21 p.m, Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of an alarm activation at the Glenn County District Attorney’s Office. Deputies responded and determined the alarm had been activated in error by cleaning staff.
7:01 p.m., Deputy Thompson contacted Daniel Thayer of Groveland, Calif., in front of the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office. Thayer was provided information regarding property release and was advised to contact the sheriff’s office during business hours.
7:12 p.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of a suspicious vehicle with broken windows parked at Walmart. Deputies responded to the area and located the black 2008 Audi sedan. It was later determined the owner, Christopher Lowery, had been arrested and in custody at the time of this incident. Lowery was contacted and he declined to make a report at that time. Per his request, the vehicle was left in the parking lot.
8:14 p.m., Deputy Ayres responded to a vicious dog report where a juvenile was bitten. CHP arrived prior to deputies and reported the dogs being contained. Deputy Ayres contacted reporting party, Melissa Trujillo, and her juvenile daughter, who had injuries to her leg. They reported two dogs running at large in the park, one of which attacked her two daughters. The dog that attacked them was identified as a black pit bull that resided at 214 Gable Drive. The pit bull reportedly attacked the teenager, biting her on the leg. Trujillo reported these dogs running at large all the time without the adult owners being with them and being a neighborhood nuisance. Deputy Ayres contacted Clair Crites and dog owner Joshua Bentley. Crites denied the allegations made by Trujillo. Bentley was allegedly found to be intoxicated and was counseled regarding his dogs being loose.
9:51 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 904 North Butte Street, sp. #9, Willows, for a report of a domestic dispute. Deputies responded and contacted Alan Kyler and the caller, Kelly Thompson. Deputies were told there was an active restraining order with peaceful contact allowed protecting Thompson. Deputies discovered Kyler had allegedly yelled at Thompson, violating the restraining order. Kyler was ultimately placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail. Deputies discovered Kyler was also on Glenn County Probation.
10:53 p.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of harassment. Deputy contacted Melinda Padilla of Willows, who reported her neighbor had been talking to her landlord and other neighbors that morning. Padilla did not know what was said. Padilla said she was going to contact her landlord regarding the issue and requested the incident be documented.
11:17 p.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of three people shining flashlights into vehicles in the parking lot of 1201 West Wood Street, Willows. Deputies responded and checked the area, but were unable to locate the described people.
Tuesday, May 4:
1:46 a.m., Deputy Thompson was detailed to a report of a disturbance in the parking lot of Cedar Hills, 600 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputy was advised via radio that Ruth Word was yelling in the parking lot and two men were working on a vehicle. Deputies checked the area but were unable to locate Word. The two men were identified as Charlie Stinson and Nicholas Ruiz, both of whom lived at the apartments. Nothing suspicious was noted.
2:07 a.m., Deputy Thompson was detailed to an alarm activation at 128 South Culver Street, Willows. Deputies responded to the address and checked the exterior of the building. The building appeared secure and no obvious signs of entry were noted. The responsible party could not be reached.
7:49 a.m., while driving through the Cedar Hills Manor’s parking lot, Deputy Garcia saw Seth Dominguez-Feathers on the patio of his apartment (#225). Deputy Garcia knew Dominguez-Feathers from previous contacts and had prior knowledge he had an outstanding warrant. A records check through Glenn County Communications confirmed Dominguez-Feathers had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Glenn County. Deputy Garcia contacted Dominguez-Feathers, arrested him on the warrant, and transported him to the Glenn County Jail.
8:05 a.m., Deputy Cordova observed Michele Urrutia near the intersection of Fifth Street and Sierra Avenue, in Hamilton City. Deputy Cordova had prior knowledge Urrutia had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant issued for her arrest, out of Glenn County, and contacted her. The warrant was confirmed via Glenn County Communications and Urrutia was placed under arrest without incident. Urrutia was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where she was turned over to jail staff for booking. Her bail set at $8,000.
8:41 a.m., deputies were detailed to the First Assembly of God Church, 6268 County Road 12, Orland, for the report of a cold vandalism. Upon arrival, deputies conducted an on-scene investigation. It was determined a red Chevrolet pickup entered the parking lot of the church three times between 8:29 p.m. on May 3 and 1:26 a.m. on May 4. While the Chevrolet pickup was in the parking lot, it accelerated and executed tight circles, which caused rocks to fly and strike the rear door of the church. The rear door to the church was damaged and church staff requested reimbursement for the damage, if a suspect was found. Deputies later located the pickup and spoke with Damien Alvarez, who denied involvement, but agreed to pay for the damages on May 6, when church staff produced a quote for the repairs.
8:48 a.m., an employee from Tractor Supply, 811 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, reported a theft of a license plate. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted the employee, Kelli Pope, at the business. Pope reported an unknown suspect stole the license plate to their delivery trailer (California license plate #4RY3534) between April 29 and May 4. Deputy Garcia completed a CHP-180 form and the stolen license plate was entered into the Stolen Vehicle System.
9:07 a.m., Joette Shenck of Green Valley, Ariz., contacted the sheriff’s office from Arizona, wishing to report her 31-year-old daughter, Lauren Shenck, missing. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted Joette by phone. Joette said she last heard from Lauren on May 2, when she said she would be camping in the Willows area. Deputy Tuma initiated an investigation and began a missing person’s report. Deputy Tuma learned Lauren Shenck was actually in the area of McKinleyville, in Humboldt County, possibly near Willow Creek. Deputy Tuma contacted the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office for assistance and Lauren Shenck was entered as a missing person. Joette Shenck contacted the sheriff’s office shortly after, reporting Lauren Shenck contacted her and she had been camping in an area with no cell reception. Lauren Shenck was removed from the missing persons system and cleared as a missing person.
9:28 a.m., an anonymous party reported a disturbance coming from the residence of 530 West Oak Street, Willows. Deputies responded, contacted the tenant of the residence, and initiated an on-scene investigation. After further investigation, it was determined the tenant was alone and determined the call for service was unfounded at the residence. Deputies searched the immediate area on foot and did not observe any suspicious activity.
10:08 a.m., an anonymous party reported a suspicious brown or tan van at the Walmart parking lot, in Willows. Deputies responded and conducted a search of the parking lot and immediate area. Deputies did not locate the reported vehicle and did not observe any suspicious activity.
10:31 a.m., Sergeant Owens had prior knowledge that Maria Paniagua of Willows had an outstanding parole warrant for absconding. Sergeant Owens contacted Paniagua at the Willows courthouse and arrested Paniagua for the warrant. During a search, incident to arrest, Paniagua was allegedly found to in possession of 5.7 grams (0.2 ounce) of methamphetamine. Paniagua was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where she was booked on her warrant and alleged possession of a controlled substance.
10:37 a.m., deputies were dispatched to the Hamilton Elementary School, for the report of a cold burglary. Upon arrival, deputies met with staff and conducted an on-scene investigation. It was determined the suspects were two students who stole a JBL bluetooth speaker and dirtied the Hamilton Pre-School. Deputies were informed it was an on-going issue and the Glenn County Office of Education declined to pursue the matter criminally. Deputies responded to the students’ residence and found the speaker, which was ultimately returned to the school.
1:43 p.m., Glenn County Communications received a residential alarm activation at 128 South Colusa Street, Willows. While en route, the deputies’ response was canceled after the proper code was provided to the alarm company.
3:43 p.m., Michael Yang responded to the sheriff’s office and requested to speak with a deputy for a citation sign off. Deputy Garcia responded and contacted Yang. Deputy Garcia determined Yang had corrected the vehicle code offense and his citation was signed off.
5:28 p.m., Nicholas Garibay of Maxwell contacted Glenn County Communications and requested a welfare check on his three-year-old son. Nicholas was provided with second-hand information of his son being left unattended at the Cedar Hills Manor playground. Deputies responded and discovered the three-year-old was no longer at the playground. Deputies responded to apt. #211 and contacted the boy and his mother, Jasmine Hanson. After further investigation, it was determined the boy was not unattended and was in good health. Garibay was contacted and briefed on the call for service.
6:22 p.m., Deputy Thompson was detailed to a report of an assault at 6665 County Road 53, Willows. The deputy contacted McKenzie Wahlborg at her residence. She reported she had been assaulted by her brother, Michael McDonald-Blaylock. McDonald-Blaylock had left the scene prior to deputies’ arrival. Deputies were unable to locate McDonald-Blaylock in the area.
8:52 p.m., deputies responded to 6281 Huggins Drive in Orland for a report of a disturbance. Claire Joseph reported she was in an argument with her adult children, who wanted her to move with them to Florida. Deputies arrived and contacted Joseph and her daughter, Leilani Ortiz. Deputies ultimately settled the argument by mediation and separation.
10:18 p.m., deputies responded to the Shady Oaks Trailer Park, in Orland, for a report of a man with a knife, making threats. Deputies arrived and located Eliseo Guillen-Avina of Orland, who was allegedly intoxicated. Francisco Ochoa of Willows and Carlos Silva of Orland arrived on scene shortly afterwards. Deputies discovered Guillen-Avina had gotten into an argument with Ochoa and Silva over a dog. Guillen-Avina grabbed a knife and allegedly chased Silva with it, making threats to kill him. Guillen-Avina allegedly held Ochoa at knife point and threatened to kill him. Guillen-Avina was ultimately placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail.