Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Saturday, May 15:
12:25 p.m., Miguel Alvarez requested deputies respond to 295 Sacramento Avenue in Hamilton City for a report of a possibly intoxicated man at his residence. When Deputy Lourenzo arrived, Jose Rosas was found inside of Alvarez’s residence sleeping on the floor. Rosas was escorted out of Alvarez’s house, and Alvarez declined to pursue any criminal charges against Rosas for unlawfully entering his home. While speaking with Rosas, he allegedly displayed several objective signs and symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol. Rosas had red, watery eyes, an unsteady gait, heavily slurred speech, and an odor alcohol emitted from his person. Rosas submitted to a field PAS which reportedly presented a blood alcohol level of .129 percent. Deputy Lourenzo determined Rosas was unable to care for himself, and subsequently placed him under arrest for alleged public intoxication. Rosas was transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail, to be released when sober.
2:41 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a report a man being aggressive at the Glenn Medical Center emergency room. Deputies arrived and contacted Everett Maghan, 31, of Willows, in front of the emergency room. Maghan allegedly showed objective signs and symptoms he was under the influence of a controlled substance and believed a snake was in his pants. Maghan was deemed unable to care for himself and was placed under arrest for alleged public intoxication. Maghan was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was released to jail staff for booking. He was to be released when sober.
3:38 a.m., Esmeralda Hernandez reported a light grey or blue Hyundai sedan regularly parked in front of her residence at 585 Main Street, Artois, and requested an area check. Deputies responded to Main Street in Artois and conducted an area check. After an extensive area check, deputies were unable to locate the described vehicle.
4:57 a.m., Deputy Tuma was dispatched to Glenn Medical Center to assist CHP officers with a traffic collision investigation. Deputy Tuma assisted until no longer needed.
8:43 a.m., John Zimmerman at 1942 County Road KK, iWillows, reported his son Eric Zimmerman was causing a disturbance and throwing things around the residence. Deputies responded and contacted both parties. Eric Zimmerman was counseled and the incident was resolved by mediation and separation.
9:20 a.m., Yuliana Guzman of Orland called the sheriff’s office and requested to speak with a deputy regarding child custody issues. Deputy Turner spoke with Guzman, via telephone, who wanted to information about protective orders. Deputy Turner informed Guzman about protective orders and how they work. Deputy Turner referred Guzman to the Orland Courthouse and to the Willows Self-Help office.
2:31 p.m., Abelita Dhan contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a three-year-old girl was at the Dollar Tree in Willows by herself. Deputy Chavez responded and contacted Dhan and the little girl. Deputy Chavez initiated an investigation. Dhan knew the child’s mother was Naomie Orona. Orona arrived looking for her daughter. Orona said they were sleeping and when she woke up her daughter was gone. Orona was counselled on her behavior and provided with options to secure the apartment door. The three-year-old was ultimately release to Orona.
4:13 p.m., Deputy Turner responded to 120 Los Robles Avenue in Hamilton City regarding a disturbance. Deputy Turner arrived on scene and contacted Artemio Mendoza-Anguiano and the confidential victim. The victim alleged Anguiano threw hot water on her and was throwing her property out of their residence. Deputy Turner initiated an investigation. Anguiano was subsequently placed under arrest for alleged domestic violence and was transported to the Glenn County Jail.
4:34 p.m., Maria Fragoso contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a four-year-old child was looking for her father at Jensen Park in Willows. Deputies were dispatched and responded. Fragoso said the child’s father was at the park and law enforcement was no longer needed.
6:15 p.m., deputies responded to 1140 Southgate Drive, in Willows, for a report of a man causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, Deputy Lourenzo contacted Everett Maghan, who was throwing items at the front of the residence. Maghan was detained and an investigation was initiated. Deputy Lourenzo contacted the owner of the residence, Zoe Maghan, who reported Everett Maghan had broken two windows to the residence, as well as numerous other household items, while attempting to gain entry into her residence. Zoe Maghan further advised Everett Maghan had thrown a large glass vase at her, striking her in the back while she was attempting to leave. The total damage caused to Zoe Maghan’s residence and vehicle was estimated at more than $2,000. A records check revealed Everett Maghan was also on felony probation in Glenn County. He was arrested, transported, and booked into the Glenn County Jail for his charges.
8:18 p.m., Jessica Hansen reported a suspicious vehicle parked outside of her residence at 123 North Shasta Street, Willows, with a man sitting inside taking pictures of her residence. Deputy Lourenzo responded and contacted Hansen, who said they discovered the man outside of their residence was a process server attempting to serve paperwork. Deputies learned the man had left prior to arrival, but no longer presented a problem to Hansen.
9:43 p.m., deputies responded to the area of West Walnut Street and North Shasta Street in Willows for a report of vehicles driving recklessly in the area. Deputies searched the area extensively for the vehicles, but were ultimately unable to locate them.
10:30 p.m., Glenn Medical Center staff requested a welfare check on Robin Gough, 70, who left the facility at a late hour and did not wish to return. Deputy Lourenzo responded and located Gough near the hospital. Gough said she did not wish to return to the hospital for treatment, so Gough’s significant other, Kenneth Wilcox, was contacted and agreed to take her home. Deputy Lourenzo stood by with Gough until Wilcox arrived and was able to transport Gough to their residence in Tehama County.
10:34 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 533 Fourth Street for a report of a domestic disturbance. Deputies responded and contacted Julio Flores, Nadine Crawshaw and Jessie Smith. All parties said they were in an argument only and nothing physical happened. Deputies did not observe any signs of a disturbance and Flores, Crawshaw and Smith were advised to keep it down for the night.
11:56 p.m., Josh Reed requested a property check of a vacant residence on Fern Street in Willows after possibly seeing a flashlight near the building. Sergeant Draper responded and checked the property but did not locate anyone. The building was found secured and nothing suspicious was noted.
Sunday, May 16:
11:36 a.m., Deputy Turner responded to the Dollar Tree in Willows regarding possible narcotics found on the property. Deputy Turner arrived on scene and met with Dollar Tree employee Claudia, who turned over an unknown substance to Deputy Turner for destruction. Deputy Turner returned to the Willows Patrol Office, where the substance was booked into evidence for destruction.
11:37 a.m., deputies responded to the Cedar Hills Apartments regarding Juan Medina possibly being armed with a gun. Deputies arrived on scene and contacted Naomie Orona and Pedro Quin. Deputies learned that Medina left prior to their arrival. Deputies were able to review camera footage of Medina inside Orona’s residence, where it appeared Medina pulled a silver firearm from his pocket and placed it into his waistband. Deputies searched the area but were unable to locate Medina.
11:57 a.m., Shirley Rodriguez at the Shady Oaks Mobile Home Park, 4582 Highway 99, Orland, reported Eliseo Guillen was on the property and causing a disturbance. Rodriguez further said she believed Guillen was possibly under the influence of alcohol. Deputy Goodwin contacted Guillen near space #34. Guillen displayed obvious signs of being under the influence of alcohol. His eyes were bloodshot and watery, his speech was slowed and slurred, he had an unsteady gait and an odor of an alcoholic beverage emitted from his person. Guillen had difficulty following instruction even when given in Spanish. Rodriguez contacted Deputy Goodwin. Rodriguez said Guillen had been causing a disturbance outside a female tenant’s residence. Rodriguez also alleged Guillen had been urinating in public on the property. A Preliminary Alcohol Screen breath test indicated Guillen’s blood alcohol content was 0.24 percent, three times the legal limit for drinking and driving. Based on the circumstances and observations while speaking with Guillen, it was determined he was too intoxicated to care for himself or the safety of the public. Guillen was placed under arrest for allegedly being drunk in public. Guillen was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked, to be released when sober.
12:41 p.m., Reynel Molina-Parra contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a female had broken a window and entered his residence at 242 Third Street, Hamilton City. Deputy Chavez responded. Molina-Parra said he confronted the woman and she left the residence. She was last seen running towards the Hamilton City Park. Deputy Chavez initiated an investigation.
1:29 p.m., Breanna McBrayer reported she had been in a verbal dispute with her husband, Tucker George, at the playground next to the Bayless Fire Department. McBrayer stated George took their child and left her at the fire department. McBrayer stated she did not think George buckled the child and last saw him driving west on County Road 39 in a green Rav4. Deputy Goodwin searched County Road 39 from Highway 99 but was unable to locate the vehicle. Deputy Goodwin contacted McBrayer walking near the fire department. McBrayer confirmed the dispute was verbal only. George returned to the scene and was contacted by Deputy Goodwin. George stated the dispute was verbal only. George stated he stopped before County Road 39 and buckled the child. George stated he left because he did not want the child to see them in a verbal dispute. George dropped the child off at his parents’ house and returned to pick up McBrayer so they could sort things out. Deputy Goodwin provided both McBrayer and George with information and options. McBrayer ultimately decided to go home with George.
3:29 p.m., deputies responded to the canal south of Willows regarding an overturned vehicle inside the canal. Deputies arrived on scene and with the help of nearby citizens were able to get the driver out. The traffic collision was determined to be in the county and CHP officers responded to handle the incident.
3:30 p.m., Heidi Rogers called the sheriff’s office and requested law enforcement due to an unknown man mowing her yard. Deputies responded and met with Rogers, who requested an ambulance due to not feeling well when she took an unknown medication. Rogers did not provide any information about the man and was transported to Glenn Medical Center for treatment.
3:35 p.m., Vladamir Villicana called the sheriff’s office and reported a man was at his Willows residence asking for “Brittany,” who did not live there. Deputies responded and met with Villicana, who said the man was in his 50s and was asking if Brittany lived there. Villicana did not know the man and believed him to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Villicana advised the man left in a gray Nissan Pathfinder, heading east on French Street and requested an area check. Deputies searched the area for a vehicle matching the description but were unable to locate the vehicle.
5:53 p.m., deputies responded to 261 Main Street, apt. #1, Hamilton City, for a welfare check. The caller reported her 12-year-old nephew had called her and stated his mother was trying to kick him out of the residence. Deputies arrived and contacted Maria Ledesma and her three juvenile sons. Deputies did not observe any signs of abuse and conducted a check of the residence. All parties were counseled.
6:56 p.m., deputies responded to an address on Sierra Avenue in Hamilton City for a report of a woman breaking windows at the residence. Upon arrival, deputies searched the residence and property, but did not locate anyone, nor did they find any broken windows. As deputies left the residence, an anonymous person reported Zulema Medina was in the area, causing a disturbance. Deputies located Medina near Broadway and Third Street and made contact. She allegedly displayed objective signs and symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol, and admitted to consuming alcohol just prior to the contact. A records check revealed Medina was on CDC parole, and her parole agent was contacted and notified of Medina allegedly being under the influence. Parole Agent Hefner requested a hold be placed on Medina for violating her terms of parole. Deputy Lourenzo placed Medina under arrest and transported and booked her into the Glenn County Jail.
8:33 p.m., Deputy Huichapan was dispatched to 986 North Plumas Street, Willows, for a report of a noise complaint. Deputy Huichapan responded and contacted the homeowner, Veronica Cortez. Deputy Huichapan informed Cortez of the noise complaint and she agreed to keep the music down for the remainder of the night.
10:37 p.m., Martha Martinez reported a white sedan was parked outside of her residence at 4046 County Road F, Orland, late at night, and found the matter to be suspicious in nature. Lourenzo responded but discovered the vehicle had left prior to her arrival. Deputy Lourenzo searched the area for the vehicle, but was ultimately unable to locate it. Martinez was advised to contact the sheriff’s office if the vehicle returned.
Monday, May 17:
2:42 a.m., Ruby Khoury from Enloe Homecare & Hospice reported the expected death of comfort care patient Ernest Enos, 86, of Willows. The decedent entered hospice care on May 14, 2021, and was diagnosed with multiple preexisting illnesses. The decedent’s wife, Carol Enos, was the decedent`s next of kin and was present at the time of death and reported the death to the hospice care. The decedent was to be released to F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary in Willows.
7:43 a.m., Freddy Carrillo contacted Glenn County Communications and reported Tabitha Rodriguez was at 4290 Highway 45 and requested she be moved along. Deputies responded and contacted Carrillo, who said Tabitha left prior to their arrival. Carrillo stated Tabitha entered her husband’s (Alfredo Rodriguez) vehicle at the business and removed documents. Carrillo requested Tabitha be admonished for trespassing, if found, and Alfredo did not request contact. Deputies conducted an extensive area check, but were unable to located Tabitha. Carrillo was ultimately provided information regarding restraining orders.
8 a.m., an anonymous party reported a male cyclist wearing all black clothing was acting suspicious, as he was riding in circles at the intersection of North Butte and French Streets, in Willows. Deputies responded and searched the area, but did not locate the reported man and did not note any suspicious activity in the immediate area.
8:48 a.m., Anthony Salley contacted Glenn County Communications to report a theft from his residence at 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #101, Willows. Deputy Garcia was dispatched, contacted Salley, and initiated an on-scene investigation. After further investigation, it was reported an unknown person entered Salley’s unlocked residence at an unknown date and time and stole property from inside. Salley estimated the total cost of the stolen property was about $630.
8:49 a.m., Nadine Mitchel reported hearing a disturbance outside her apartment (#187) at the Cedar Hills Apartments in Willows. Deputies responded, searched the area, and discovered the disturbance was involving a man wearing black clothing. Deputies contacted the reported man, Lucky Bob Wyatt, who matched the description. Wyatt admitted to causing a disturbance prior to deputies’ arrival and he was counselled on his behavior.
9:37 a.m., a Murdock Elementary staff member contacted Glenn County Communications to report a cold threat involving two students. Deputy Garcia was dispatched, contacted school staff, one of the involved students, and the student’s parent. Deputy Garcia counselled the child on his behavior and school staff advised additional action would be handled internally.
10:51 a.m., Hilda Cabral contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a metal container marked “Blood and Urine Biohazard” was in her front yard at 425 Third Street in Hamilton City and she didn’t know where it came from. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and collected the container. The container was found to be empty, not containing biohazard material, and disposed of.
10:51 a.m., Carol Cavins contacted Glenn County Communications and reported a suspicious trailer in the orchard near County Roads 14 and H 1/2, in Orland. Deputies responded and located the reported trailer and met with Robert Hammond, who said Alvaro Torres owned the property and they entered into a civil agreement for Hammond to temporarily reside there. Deputies later contacted Torres at his residence and confirmed the agreement. Torres was subsequently provided with information regarding water and sewage use.
11:10 a.m., Sarah Smith contacted Glenn County Communications to report a violation of a peaceful contact restraining order. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Sarah Smith outside her apartment (1201 West Wood Street, apt. #57). Sarah Smith alleged Logan Smith violated the restraining order when he threatened to assault her during an argument. A records check showed there was an active domestic violence restraining order, where it listed Sarah Smith as the protected party and Logan Smith as the restrained party. Deputy Garcia searched for Logan Smith, but was unable to locate him.
11:51 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a report of a female transient ripping apart the rose bushes at 565 Sacramento Avenue in Hamilton City. Deputies believed the woman was Michelle Urrutia based on the description given. Deputies responded and found the woman was gone prior to their arrival. Deputies contacted Ana Medina at 565 Sacramento Avenue. Medina declined to pursue criminal charges and deputies told her the incident would be documented. Deputy Tuma later contacted Urrutia in Orland and told her of the complaint. Urrutia denied the allegations and was advised to stay off the property.
12:28 p.m., Marlene Silvera contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting documentation for her neighbor trespassing on their property on County Road C near Orland. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted Silvera by phone. Silvera alleged their neighbor, Doug Freitas, drove through their property for an unknown reason on May 16.
12:38 p.m., Samantha Potts of Olivehurst requested a welfare check on her sister, Taylor Potts of Willows. Samantha Potts said she had not heard from Taylor Potts in a couple days, which is not normal. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched and responded to Taylor Potts’ residence. Deputy Lemmon contacted Taylor Potts, who said her cell phone was broken. Taylor said she did not need any assistance from law enforcement.
12:39 p.m., Pat Vickery reported vehicles parked on the roadway in front of her residence, 142 South Lassen Street, Willows, were exceeding the parking allowed time. Deputies contacted Vickery, who requested the incident documented. Vickery was provided with options and was advised to contact the sheriff’s office if there were any further issues.
2:05 p.m., Jose Martinez contacted Glenn County Communications to report a cold brandishing of a firearm and possible assault with a vehicle. Deputies contacted Martinez and initiated an investigation. It was determined on May 7, shortly after 11:50 p.m., Martinez was traveling west on County Road 24, just west of County Road M. A white Dodge Dakota passed Martinez and cut him off, which caused him to stop. The driver of the Dodge Dakota exited and brandished a silver pistol. Martinez ultimately left the area.
3:27 p.m., Deputy Lemmon was dispatched to a next of kin notification. Deputy Lemmon responded to the residence on Culver Street in Willows and attempted to contact the next of kin. Deputy Lemmon did not get any response at the residence and requested a night shift deputy to attempt notification.
3:38 p.m., Kristine Anthony contacted the sheriff’s office reporting a white 2000’s Honda 4-door sedan drove to their mailbox and stole their outgoing mail. Anthony said the car was occupied by at least two people and a man wearing a red shirt reached out of the passenger side rear window into the mailbox. Anthony said there was a check in the outgoing mail but nothing else of importance. Anthony was advised to cancel the check and anything else that might have been in the mail. Deputies checked the area for the vehicle but it was gone prior to their arrival.
3:47 p.m., Deputy Lemmon was dispatched to a commercial alarm at Great Western Growers, 6500 County Road 60. Deputy Lemmon responded to the business. While en route, an employee called and reported the alarm was accidental and they did not need law enforcement assistance.
4:46 p.m., Dorris Kessler contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to speak with a deputy regarding ongoing issues with reckless driving in the area of Shasta and Walnut Streets in Willows. Deputy Tuma contacted Kessler by phone and said extra patrol would be provided.
5:15 p.m., deputies responded to the area of South Yolo and East Oak Streets in Willows for a report of a man and woman in an argument. Deputies arrived on scene but found the area quiet upon arrival. Contact was attempted at a reported address but there was no answer.
6:08 p.m., Hank Irick reported vandalism in Hamilton City and requested a phone call from a deputy. Deputy Ramirez contacted Irick, who said a Hamilton City Fire Department aluminum sign located on Highway 32, west of Highway 45, had been spray painted. Irick estimated the cost to replace or clean the sign to be $250. Irick did not have any possible suspects.
6:46 p.m., Deputy Thompson was contacted by Jeffery Ross, who reported an ongoing issue with multiple vehicles speeding and driving recklessly on North Butte Street near West Walnut Street in Willows. Ross said the issue had been occurring mostly on Friday and Saturday nights between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. The vehicles attributed to this were described as vehicles leaving the Wrong Way Home Saloon, speeding and spinning the tires on North Shasta Street. Extra patrol during the weekend was requested and Ross was advised to contact the sheriff’s office when the incidents were occurring.
7:18 p.m., an anonymous caller reported a man was driving a go-cart recklessly through the mobile home park located at 240 Sacramento Avenue in Hamilton City. The caller said the man was giving rides to children without helmets. The caller requested the man be contacted and counseled. Deputies responded to the mobile home park and searched the area. They were unable to locate the man or the go-cart in the mobile home park.
7:44 p.m., deputies were flagged down by Miriam Diaz in the area of Broadway and Second Street in Hamilton City. Diaz requested a welfare check on a 13-year-old female juvenile who had been staying with her but was supposed to have gone home to 325 Broadway, apt. 1C. Deputies learned the girl running away from home was an ongoing issue and Glenn County CPS was aware. Deputies contacted the girl’s mother, Maria Elias, who said the girl had not arrived home. Elias was advised to contact the sheriff’s office if the girl didn’t return home and if she, Elias, wished to file a missing person report. Elias later contacted the sheriff’s office and said the girl had arrived home.
10:07 p.m., Deputy Ayres responded to 429 West Sycamore Street, Willows, on a report from Christina Badgley regarding Thomas Winslow causing a disturbance. Badgley reported Winslow refused to leave the property. The Glenn County Dispatch Center said there was a served peaceful contact order between the two with Winslow being the restrained. Winslow was also known to be on probation for domestic violence. Deputies arrived to find that Winslow had left prior to their arrival. Deputy Ayres contacted Badgley and Torlief Harlan. It was reported that Winslow was trying to force entry into the residence, was yelling and calling Badgley derogatory names. Deputies searched for Winslow, but were unsuccessful. Deputy Ayres found Winslow thrashing around inside of his parked truck on Sacramento Street between East Oak and East Laurel Streets at about 3:11 a.m. Winslow was arrested and booked into the Glenn County Jail on charges alleging being under the influence of a central nervous system stimulant, violation of a domestic violence restraining order and two counts of felony violation of probation.
Tuesday, May 18:
9:42 a.m., Louis Neihues called and reported the possible theft of mail. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched and contacted Neihues, who was notified by his neighbor of mail theft that occurred on May 17. Neihues contacted the postal employee, who said he did drop off mail into the mailbox at 6359 County Road 7, Orland, on May 17. Neihues said he did not receive mail nor did he know what was taken. Neihues was provided information to protect his identity in case the suspect did take any of his personal information.
10:54 a.m., the manager at the Eskaton Kennedy Manor apartment complex, 714 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, contacted Glenn County Communications and requested a woman be admonished for trespassing. Deputies responded and contacted the manager and initiated an on-scene investigation. It was determined the woman (unknown name) was there to visit a resident at apt. #501. Deputies ultimately provided the manager with information on restraining orders.
11:13 a.m., Lance Chapman reported a man by the name of “Paul” attempted to scam his grandmother, Carol Windham, earlier this day. Deputy Garcia contacted Chapman, via telephone, as requested. Chapman said Windham was told Paul was with PG&E and she needed to pay $500 to repair her meter. Windham provided Paul with her bank information and home address, via telephone, before realizing it was a scam. Subsequently, Windham contacted her bank and the transaction was cancelled before Windham suffered a monetary lost. Chapman requested the incident be documented and extra patrol around Windham’s residence in Willows.
1:23 p.m., a Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District employee contacted Glenn County Communications to report a theft from a tractor. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted the reporting party, Steven Osa, at the intersection of County Roads 48 and 47 in Willows. Osa reported sometime between May 14 and May 17, an unknown person entered the unlocked backhoe and stole several items. Osa estimated the stolen property was worth about $900.
2:36 p.m., Kristy Dugo with Tri Counties Bank, 210 North Tehama Street, contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a man attempted to cash a check belonging to a Tri Counties Bank customer. Dugo said the man was Joshua Hanson of Willows. Deputy Tuma was dispatched, initiated an investigation, and contacted the person to whom the check belonged.
4:27 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 1201 West Wood Street, apt. #57, for a report of a disturbance. Deputies contacted Sashay Little, Sarah Smith, and Logan Smith. Little said Logan Smith was not allowed to be on the property and requested he be moved along. Little was informed the issue was a civil matter and advised of the eviction process. Logan Smith was found to be on court probation, with no-alcohol stipulations. After an on-scene investigation, Logan Smith was placed under arrest for alleged violation of a court order. He was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was released to jail staff for booking.
4:36 p.m., Erik Zimmerman of Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to speak to a deputy regarding threats. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and attempted to contact Zimmerman by phone, per his request. Deputy Tuma did not receive an answer and was unable to leave a voicemail.
4:49 p.m., deputies responded to the area of 829 Baywood Street, Willows, after an anonymous report of a man operating an ATV on the roadway. The reporting party said the man drove the ATV with children on it, who were not wearing helmets. Upon arrival, deputies located the reported ATV, loaded on a trailer at 829 Baywood Street and contacted Nesly Platadelrio. Platadelrio was ultimately counseled on various vehicle codes and agreed to not allow the ATV on the roadway.
6:12 p.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to provide information to a citizen regarding a civil child custody matter. Elizabeth Macias of 3992 Highway 99, Orland, was provided with information on how to obtain or request a change of order through the court process.
10:47 p.m., Eagle Security reported a commercial burglar alarm activation at 9055 Highway 162. Deputies checked the property and found it secure. The responsible was unavailable.
11:06 p.m., the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office at 7970 County Road 33, Glenn, the home of Andrew Loewen, who is accused of kidnapping a person for ransom.
11:15 p.m., Gabriela Perez of Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, wishing to speak to a deputy regarding finding a Chase debit card with her name on it. Deputy Tuma was dispatched. Perez said she has never had a Chase bank account. Perez did not report any monetary loss or anything else unusual happening. Deputy Tuma told Perez the incident would be documented and to contact the sheriff’s office if she discovered anything further.
11:44 p.m., Gene Goodrich reported a black male adult had stolen a candy bar from Circle K, 210 West Wood Street, Willows. Goodrich said the man had walked back into the store and he believed he planned to steal more items. Deputy Ramirez responded and contacted the man, who was identified as Marcus Jackson. Jackson allegedly admitted to stealing a candy bar. The Circle K employee requested Jackson be admonished from the property. Jackson was ultimately counseled and admonished from Circle K.