Here are the latest incident reports from the Orland Police Department.
Monday, May 24:
8:55 p.m., Orland police officers were dispatched to a report of a fake $20 bill at Dollar General, 851 Newville Road, Orland. Officers found the person left with the bill prior to arrival of the officers and Dollar General was not out any money.
Tuesday, May 25:
10:47 a.m., Orland police officers responded to the area of Tehama Street at Sixth Street for a report of a possible intoxicated driver. Officers located the gray 2006 Dodge Ram and saw it nearly collide with another vehicle. Officers initiated a traffic enforcement stop and contacted the driver, Miguel Zaragoza-Suarez, 33, of Orland. Following an investigation, Zaragoza was arrested and booked for alleged driving while under the influence with a blood alcohol level above 0.08 percent, and driving while unlicensed.
1:30 p.m., Orland police officers responded to assist Glenn County Sheriff’s deputies with a report of a trespasser in the area of County Road E at County Road 200. Officers assisted until no longer needed.
7:44 p.m., the Orland Police Department received a report of a woman and a boy screaming at each other in the area of 119 Fourth Street. Officers contacted Cecilia Sanchez, 31, of Orland, who said her seven-year-old was throwing a temper tantrum because he did not want to eat dinner. Officers counseled the child, who said he yelled because he did not want to eat dinner.
10:32 p.m., Orland police officers were dispatched to 827 Newville Road for a report of a dispute over a cat. Officers contacted Misty Lawrence, 50, and Nicole Smith, 67, both of Orland. Both parties were counseled.
Wednesday, May 26:
12:15 a.m., Orland police officers checked areas on Woodward Avenue, East Colusa Street, Third Street, Mill Street, and Yolo Street for commercial vehicles that weigh over four tons parked on non-truck routes following a parking complaint.
10:40 a.m., Orland police officers contacted Vivian Cruz, 25, of Orland, at 315 Eighth Street. Cruz was arrested and booked for three Glenn County felony warrants.
11:57 a.m., the Orland Police Department was contacted by David Callahan, 61, of Orland, who reported his 17-year-old son ran away from his sister’s house in Chico several days ago and may be in the Orland area. A missing person report was taken.
1:10 p.m., Frances Barker, 44, of Chico, reported that her 14-year-old son ran away from his grandmother’s home in Orland. A missing person report was taken.
1:20 p.m., Amy Gilbert, 36, reported her boyfriend William Mccardle, 43, has been missing for about a week. A missing person report was taken.
3:30 p.m., Orland police officers responded to a report of a disturbance. Officers contacted Sally Holland, 77, and Brandan Straight, 56, both of Orland. Straight said he was in an argument with Keith Milner, 27, and Holland. Milner left prior to the officers’ arrival. Straight and Holland said they would separate for the rest of the day.
7:50 p.m., on South Street at Sixth Street, an Orland police officer initiated a traffic enforcement stop on a silver Nissan Altima. Jose Cisneros Rodriguez, 26, of Orland, was cited for alleged tinted windows and driving while unlicensed.
8:45 p.m., the Orland Police Department received a report of a suspicious blue Ram pickup that had been parked for about 45 minutes in an open field. The truck left prior to the officers’ arrival. Extra patrol was requested.
11:39 p.m., on Walker Street at Third Street, an Orland police officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a black 2007 Honda Accord. Shannon White, 24, of Orland, was cited for alleged expired registration and no proof of registration.
Thursday, May 27:
12:45 a.m., on Fifth Street at Tehama Street, an Orland police officer issued a parking citation to a 1994 Ford pickup for expired registration.
2:48 a.m., Orland police officers were dispatched to the ampm mini mart on Newville Road for a report of a woman needing help to jump start her vehicle. Officers assisted and found she needed a new battery. She was advised of her options.