Here are the latest incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Wednesday, June 9:
12:34 a.m., Charissa Lavilla, RN, from Glenn Medical Center, reported the expected death of Judy Taylor, 73, of Willows. The decedent suffered from several pre-existing illnesses and had been under comfort care since March 2. Her family was not present at the time of death. Linda Taylor (sister) and Angel Croll (niece) of Wisconsin were identified as the next of kin. The deputy was unable to notify Linda, but left a voicemail to contact him. The deputy contacted Croll and told her of her aunt’s death. The decedent was released to Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
8:18 a.m., Michelle Neeley contacted Glenn County Communications and reported a suspicious vehicle on her property at 4238 County Road E, Orland. Deputies responded and located the black 2013 Honda Civic. Deputies conducted a records check on the vehicle’s license plate and learned it was registered to Antonio Martinez, out of Corning. Deputies located Martinez on the property and Neeley said he was allowed to be on the property to tend to the orchard.
10:09 a.m., Deputy Garcia was on routine patrol at 600 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, when he contacted Seth Dominguez-Feathers in the parking lot. Deputy Garcia had prior knowledge that Dominguez-Feathers had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. A records check confirmed Dominguez-Feathers had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant out of Glenn County. Deputy Garcia arrested Dominguez-Feathers and searched his person, incident to arrest. During the search, Deputy Garcia allegedly found methamphetamine on Dominguez-Feathers’ person. Dominguez-Feathers was transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail for his outstanding warrant and alleged possession of a controlled substance.
5:04 p.m., deputies were dispatched to Walmart after an employee reported a man wearing black clothing was causing a disturbance at the entrance of the business. Deputies responded, contacted the reported man, Byron Burrows of Elk Creek, in the parking lot, and initiated an on-scene investigation. The reporting party alleged Burrows had caused a disturbance inside the business prior to the deputies’ arrival, but declined to pursue the matter criminally. During the contact with Burrows, deputies noted he displayed the objective symptoms of intoxication. Burrows admitted to consuming alcohol earlier this day and a PAS test showed Burrows had a .094 percent blood alcohol level. Based on the totality of the circumstances, deputies determined Burrows was too intoxicated to care for the safety of himself and/or care for the safety of others. Burrows was arrested for alleged public intoxication and transported to the Glenn County Jail. Burrows was to be released once sober.
5:29 p.m., Leslie Ferguson of Orland contacted Glenn County Communications and requested to speak with a deputy regarding a civil matter over unreturned property. Deputies attempted contact with Ferguson three separate times, using her provided telephone number, with no success. Deputies left a voicemail message and requested a callback from Ferguson.
Thursday, June 10:
12:05 a.m., Eagle Security reported an alarm activation at 9055 Highway 162, Butte City. Muhammad Hussain, the responsible party for the property, was contacted. Hussain canceled law enforcement response, due to recent issues with the alarm system.
12:12 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to an anonymous report of a heard disturbance in the area of West Wood and Jefferson Streets, Willows. The reporting party reported hearing two unknown persons yelling at each other in Spanish near the roadway. Deputies checked the area and contacted Aurelio Chavez of Orland in the area. Chavez was alone and said he had been yelling at himself. Glenn County Communications later said there was possibly a grey unknown passenger car involved. Deputies checked the area but were unable to locate a vehicle with that description or any disturbances.
12:15 a.m., the Glenn County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center received an anonymous report of third-hand information that a woman at 325 Broadway Street, apt. #1B, Hamilton City, told her friend that her boyfriend hit her. Deputy Ayres contacted Patricia Solorzano and Jose Marquese-Hernandez at the apartment. Both said it was a verbal domestic argument and was never physical. Handled by separation.
12:44 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a report of a possible trespassing at 7295 County Road 33, Artois. Deputies responded to the area and located single vehicle that had left the roadway and rolled over. No injuries were reported as a result of the collision and the CHP was notified. Deputies assisted the CHP until no longer needed.
1:53 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to Circle K, 210 West Wood Street, Willows, for an anonymous report of a woman in a silver van using narcotics while children where inside the vehicle. Deputies responded and contacted Chankham Intavong of Willows. Deputies conducted filed sobriety tests on Intavong. After investigation, Intavong was found not to be under the influence of a controlled substance. Intavong was released from the scene.
2:18 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a noise complaint. The reporting party reported barking dogs at an address on North Sonoma Street, Willows. Deputies contacted Kenneth Kessler at 337 North Sonoma Street. Kessler was told of the complaint and agreed to take steps to mitigate the issue.
6:28 a.m., William Carriere reported a red Chevrolet Camaro was stuck on the levee at the east side of County Road 54, Glenn. Carriere said there was a white female adult associated with the vehicle. The woman caused a disturbance when offered a tow. Deputies and CHP responded. The vehicle was ultimately towed off the levee. Deputies stood by until no longer needed.
6:58 a.m., Tong Thao contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request a welfare check on Jillian Strycker of Willows. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Jillian, who said she was having a rough day and was waiting for Glenn County Behavior Health to open so she could speak to her counsellor. Jillian’s mother, Laura Strycker of Willows, was present and said she was watching Jillian and would help Jillian get in contact with her counsellor. Both parties were provided with additional resources to assist them.
7:10 a.m., Teresa Meredith contacted the sheriff’s office to report her husband, Steven Meredith, finding a cell phone in the area of County Roads 20 and KK in Orland. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and the cell phone was collected as found property.
9:43 a.m., Robert Southard at 6743 County Rd 19, Orland, contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a man named Jay was inside the residence and refusing to leave. Southard reported the man was invited over for the night by Steven Stoltenberg. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted Stoltenberg and Southard. Stoltenberg and Southard said the man had locked himself in a room when they told him he needed to leave. Deputy Tuma contacted the man, who was recognized as Julian Martinez of Orland. Martinez was ultimately placed under arrest for alleged drug-related charges and transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was released to jail staff for booking.
9:47 a.m., Xa Lee contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a disturbance. Deputy Chavez responded to 636 Fifth Street, Willows. Deputy Chavez contacted Xa Lee, Joshua Lee, Pa Xiong, and Cheng Xiong. After speaking with all parties, it was determined the disturbance was verbal only. Glenn County Communications confirmed and informed Deputy Chavez that Xa Lee had an outstanding Colusa County Warrant. Deputy Chavez placed Xa under arrest and transported him to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked by jail staff.
10:28 a.m., Deputy Tuma was dispatched to the area of 465 Walsh Avenue, Hamilton City, for a report of Michelle Urrutia yelling and causing a disturbance. Deputy Tuma responded and conducted a check of the area but Urrutia was gone.
10:46 a.m., Corin Johnson of Willows contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report found property. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and responded. Johnson said someone left a grey bike on her property and she did not know who the owner of the bike was. Deputy Chavez collected the found property and booked it into the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office as found property.
1:05 p.m., Michael Frederiksen contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a Hispanic male adult was attempting to open doors at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints located at 810 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputies responded and contacted Hermelindo Salgado in the church parking lot. Glenn County Communication conducted a records check and confirmed a Glenn County warrant for Salgado. Deputy Chavez placed Salgado under arrest. The church building’s doors were secure and there were no signs of entry. Salgado was transported to the Glenn County Jail and booked by jail staff.
2:12 p.m., Mollisa Dominguez contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a counterfeit $20 bill was collected at the Dollar Tree in Willows. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and responded. Dominquez said a woman attempted to use the counterfeit bill to make a purchase. Dominguez determined the bill was counterfeit and collected the bill from the woman. Dominquez said she had never seen the woman before and believed the woman did not know the bill was counterfeit. The woman used cash to complete her transaction and left the business. Deputy Chavez collected the counterfeit bill and booked it into the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office evidence room so it could be sent to the Secret Service.
2:28 p.m., Guillermo Ledesma contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a white male adult in a blue shirt was threatening employees at McDonald’s restaurant, 1401 West Wood Street. Willows. Deputy Chavez responded and contacted the McDonald’s regional manager, Felicia Armenta of Orland, and was told the man said his name was Dingman. Armenta requested the man be admonished for trespassing if contacted. Deputy Chavez contacted Robert Dingman at the intersection of North Humboldt Avenue and West Wood Street. Dingman was counselled on his behavior and admonished for trespassing.
3:45 p.m., James Bettencourt contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report an ongoing issue with Ruth Word trespassing on his property at 1021 West Sycamore Street, Willows. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Bettencourt in the sheriff’s office lobby. Bettencourt requested information regarding a civil restraining order and the process to obtain a civil restraining order. Deputy Chavez provided the information requested. Deputy Chavez contacted Word and advised her to stay off her neighbor’s property.
4:25 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 6360 Stoneridge Drive in Orland for a residential alarm activation. Deputies arrived and contacted Rafael Montes-Hernandez at the residence. Deputies determined Montes-Hernandez was allowed to be at the residence and the alarm was accidently activated.
5 p.m., Byron Burrows at the Grindstone Rancheria in Elk Creek reported Jason Fred came to his residence and caused a disturbance. Both parties had separated prior to Byron calling. Deputy Goodwin contacted Byron, who said Jason came to his residence and caused a disturbance over his aunt. Byron said it was verbal only. Byron was provided with information. Deputy Goodwin contacted Jason, who stated he was unhappy with how Byron treats his grandmother. Byron confirmed the dispute was verbal only. Jason was counseled and provided with information.
6:11 p.m., Stephanie Harvey of Willows reported vandalism to a bird bath in her yard and requested to speak with a deputy. Deputy Lourenzo responded and contacted Harvey, who said she believed her mother-in-law, Billie Baxter-Burke, damaged the property. Harvey requested the incident be documented and Baxter-Burke was counseled on her alleged behavior. Harvey was provided with information and options on how to handle matters in the future.
7:34 p.m., Rafael Matson of Willows requested to speak with deputy regarding possible harassment from his neighbors over his marijuana use. Deputy McIntyre spoke with Matson via phone. After speaking with Matson, it was determined to be a civil matter and Matson was provided with options on how to handle the matter in the future.
8:59 p.m., Jennifer Peevey of Willows requested to speak with a deputy regarding her missing son. Deputy McIntyre contacted Peevey, who said she had not heard from her son, Salvador Chavez Jr., since March 24. Peevey wanted to report Chavez as missing. A report was taken and Chavez was entered into the Missing and Unidentified Persons System (MUPS).
9:30 p.m., Vanessa Blanchard reported an unidentified man was following her and her juvenile daughter while walking in Willows. Deputy Lourenzo responded and contacted Blanchard, who said the man left the area prior to deputies arriving. Deputies searched the area, but were ultimately unable to locate the man. Deputy Lourenzo provided Blanchard and the girl a courtesy ride to their residence on North Shasta Street in Willows and the incident was documented.
11:21 p.m., an employee from the Blue Gum Motel, 2637 Highway 99, requested a deputy for a woman who was knocking on doors, asking for help as her boyfriend left her at the motel. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Jasmine Husak, who said her boyfriend and another woman left her at the motel without a phone. Husak was provided a courtesy ride.
Friday, June 11:
3:07 a.m., Janet Myers from Butte Home Health and Hospice called the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report the expected death of Phyllis Landberg, 94. Landberg suffered from preexisting medical conditions and was on hospice care since April 27. Next of kin, Bryan Landberg, was notified of the decedent’s death by Deputy Huichapan. The death occurred at WestHaven Assisted Living, 1440 Fairview Street. F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary of Willows was to remove the body.
9:17 a.m., Heidi Blosser with the Subway in Willows contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a man causing a disturbance because the restaurant was not opened yet. Deputies contacted Blosser, who reported the man kicked the front door and was being irate. Blosser requested the man be admonished for trespassing if contacted. Blosser reported the man was associated with a white sedan, which left prior to deputies’ arrival. Glenn County Communications reported the sedan was registered to 526 Fifth Street in Willows. Deputies responded and contacted the man, who identified himself as Peter Hershkowitz, 61. Hershkowitz was counselled and given a trespassing admonishment for Subway.
10:12 a.m., Sergio Iniguez contacted the sheriff’s office, wishing to turn in a firearm in compliance with a served protection order. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted Iniguez in the front lobby. Iniguez said the shotgun was at the residence at 550 South Murdock Avenue, apt. #2, Willows, where he is not allowed to be. Iniguez also claimed he found the shotgun laying in the roadway on Maxwell Road last November but never reported it. Deputy Tuma responded to the residence and spoke with the protected party. Deputy Tuma found the shotgun, a Remington 870 Express Magnum 12-gauge pump action shotgun. Deputy Tuma collected the shotgun and it was booked into Glenn County Sheriff’s Evidence as found property.
11:59 a.m., Charles Randolph contacted the sheriff’s office, requesting to speak to a deputy regarding an ongoing issue with Angel Bush coming onto his property at 550 Adams Street, Willows. Deputy Tuma contacted Randolph by phone per his request. Deputy Tuma provided Randolph with restraining order information and advised him to contact the Sheriff’s Office the next time Bush came onto his property.
12:11 p.m., Erin Dake contacted the sheriff’s office reporting an unknown person possibly attempted to burglarize her residence at 117 South Yolo Street, apt. #5, Willows, sometime during the night. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted Dake, who reported she noticed the screen on her window was bent upwards and her window was open more than usual. Deputy Tuma inspected the window and noted fresh smudges on the window but did not locate any other evidence. Dake said nothing was taken and no one entered her residence. Dake requested documentation and extra patrol during the nighttime hours. Dake was provided with options to make her residence more secure. Glenn County Communications told Deputy Tuma that Dake had an outstanding warrant for her arrest out of Marin County, with bail set at $5,000. Dake was placed under arrest and released on a signed promise to appear.
1:31 p.m., an anonymous man contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting a man wearing red shorts was driving a black street bike in a reckless manner in the area of South Butte and Birch Streets in Willows. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and conducted a search of the area but the vehicle was gone prior to his arrival.
3:56 p.m., Trudy Pimblett contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Annabelle Carriere was bleeding from her foot and was having difficulty breathing. Deputies responded to the residence in Willows. On arrival, deputies attempted life-saving measures until a “Do Not Resuscitate” was located. Enloe Ambulance staff advised to stop life-saving measures at 4:09 p.m. Deputy Chavez initiated a coroner’s investigation. Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary ultimately took possession of the decedent. Next of kin, Arlis Osuna, was notified of the decedent’s death.
6:18 p.m., the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office SAFE Team received an anonymous tip that Robert Hammond, a sex offender registrant, was in violation of his registration terms. Deputy Lourenzo initiated an investigation and the matter was forwarded to the Glenn County District Attorney’s Office for review.
7:14 p.m., Garret Vonseggern alleged Gene McDaniel was yelling obscene words at him. Vonseggern requested a deputy respond and counsel McDaniel on his behavior. Deputy Huichapan responded to the Cedar Hills apartment complex and contacted McDaniel in the area of unit #253. Deputy Huichapan informed McDaniel why he was being contacted and McDaniel denied the allegations. McDaniel was advised to stay away from Vonseggern and he agreed. Deputy Huichapan contacted Vonseggern and advised him on the restraining order process.
7:28 p.m., Jessie Smith requested a deputy respond to the Diamond Gas Station in Willows to collect a counterfeit $5 bill. Deputy Huichapan responded and spoke with Smith, who said she received the bill from an unknown person sometime today. Smith requested Deputy Huichapan collect the counterfeit bill and nothing further. Deputy Huichapan collected the counterfeit bill and booked it into evidence to be sent to the Secret Service.
8:23 p.m., Deputy McIntyre and the Orland Fire Department responded to the area of 6358 County Road 14 on report of a chemical smell, possibly related to drug activity. Upon arrival, contact was made with Robert Hammond and determined there was no chemical smell and no drug activity going on at this location. Hammond was told of the complaint, and he agreed to a search of the trailer. Nothing suspicious was found.
Saturday, June 12:
12:51 a.m., Fair Oaks woman requested a welfare check on her 14-year-old daughter, who was with her 15-year-old boyfriend at 1460 Esperanza Avenue in Hamilton City. Weilmuster said she received second-hand information that her daughter had been assaulted by the boyfriend. Deputy McIntyre responded and while en-route was advised the girl was with her grandmother at the Stop-n-Shop in Orland. Contact was made with the girl, who said she and her boyfriend had been in an argument and both pushed each other. During the investigation, it was determined the girl was pregnant. It was determined this occurred at a residence in Chico. Deputy McIntyre contacted the 15-year-old boy, who provided the same information as the girl. Both were counseled and released to their guardians. A report was taken and the information will be forwarded to the appropriate outside agency.
2:36 a.m., Jeremy Bem of Willows alleged his girlfriend, Christina Badgley, assaulted him at his residence in Willows. Deputy Lourenzo responded and took a report. After speaking with all involved parties, it was determined that Badgley was the primary aggressor in the domestic violence incident, and caused visible injury to Bem during the altercation. Badgley was ultimately placed under arrest, transported, and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
4:22 a.m., Maddy Artiaga of Willows reported hearing a man yelling in the 500 block of Fourth Street in Willows and requested an area check. Deputies responded and conducted an extensive area check, with negative results. Deputies did not hear or observe anything suspicious in the area.
5:18 a.m., an anonymous male reported hearing a man yelling in the alley behind 130 West Cedar Street in Willows and requested an area check. Deputy Huichapan responded to the area and did not hear or observe anything suspicious in the alley. Jacklyn Johnson called shortly after and reported an unknown white male adult was throwing rocks at her residence. Deputies responded to 127 Elm Street and located Lucky Wyatt in the alley. Wyatt was acting erratic and had a hostile demeanor. Due to Wyatt’s demeanor, he was detained in handcuffs. Deputies spoke with Johnson, who reported there was no damage to her residence and declined to pursue criminal charges. Deputies performed a drug evaluation on Wyatt and determined he was allegedly under the influence of a central nervous system stimulant. Wyatt was placed under arrest and transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail without further incident.
8:07 a.m., Kelly Testerman contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a man associated with a yellow sedan was parked in front of the residence at 6556 County Road 24, Orland. Testerman requested an area check. Deputies were dispatched and conducted an extensive area check but were unable to locate anyone in the area.
8:39 a.m., Jasmine Thitphaneth contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report an ongoing issue with her neighbor calling Glenn County Animal Control about her dogs. Deputy Chavez was dispatched and contacted Thitphaneth by telephone, as requested. Deputy Chavez provided Thitphaneth with options to handle the matter and answered questions regarding a civil harassment restraining order.
9:24 a.m., Linda Long of Orland contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report an ongoing issue with her neighbor regarding a property fence at 4494 County Road P that had allegedly been moved by the neighbor. Deputy Chavez contacted Long by telephone as requested. Deputy Chavez answered questions regarding the issue and referred Long to seek legal advice from an attorney regarding her options.
1:25 p.m., Clara Castillo-Puente contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Carlos Puente Perez was having a medical emergency. Fire personnel arrived on scene on Fourth Street in Hamilton City. Puente Perez was pronounced deceased at the scene. Deputies responded and conducted a coroner’s investigation. The next of kin was notified.
4:13 p.m., Mystica Quezada contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report a physical altercation between Roman Quezada and herself. Deputy Chavez responded and contacted Mystica Quezada, who requested information regarding a restraining order. Roman Quezada was no longer on the property at 7135 County Road 20, Orland, and Mystica Quezada declined to pursue criminal charges. Deputy Chavez attempted to contact Roman by telephone but was unsuccessful.
6:25 p.m., Deputy McIntyre was dispatched to the area of Walmart on a report of a person wearing a grey shirt and black pants with his pants down around his ankles but wearing underwear. He was last seen walking east over the overpass. While en route, Deputy McIntyre observed a man matching this description walking east on West Wood Street. Contact was made with Steven Trimmer, who denied being anywhere near Walmart. While talking with Trimmer, Deputy McIntyre could allegedly smell the odor of an unknown alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Deputy McIntyre had prior knowledge Trimmer is to abstain from drinking alcohol. After further investigation, Trimmer was arrested for alleged violation of a court order and booked into the Glenn County jail.
7:35 p.m., Linda Long reported her son, Johnny Long III, was in a verbal altercation with Shane Malcolm at their residence at 4494 County Road P, in Orland. Deputy Lourenzo responded and contacted all parties, who each said no physical altercation occurred. Both parties were advised to separate for the evening, and agreed to do so. The matter was settled by mediation.
8:23 p.m., Dyllyn Connolly reported vandalism to a residence at 4196 County Road K, in Orland. Deputy Lourenzo responded and learned that Michael Head shot an air gun loaded with a tic-tac at an outbuilding, resulting in a small chip in the paint of its exterior wall. Connolly did not wish to pursue criminal charges against Head for the vandalism. Deputy Lourenzo contacted Head and he was counseled on his behavior.
9:02 p.m., an anonymous person advised there was an alarm going off near the intersection of Merrill and Elm in Willows. Deputy McIntyre responded and found the alarm to be coming 650 South Merrill Avenue. There was no answer at the door and no responsible was available. The residence was checked and found to be secure. Deputy McIntyre was called back a second time when the alarm was activated again. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Yanett Mata, who was there to reset the alarm. The alarm was reset and the residence secured.
9:18 p.m., Marcelo Martinez alleged his ex-wife, Cristal Reyes, came to his residence at 240 Sacramento Avenue, sp. #35, Hamilton City, and vandalized property inside of the house. Deputies responded and contacted Martinez, who said numerous televisions had been broken, and his clothes dryer was damaged. After an investigation, it was determined to be a civil matter between Martinez and Reyes regarding community property between the two of them. Martinez was provided with civil options and information on how to obtain a restraining order.
9:29 p.m., Jacob Green called the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report loud music coming from a residence on Francis Lane in Orland. Due to priority calls, deputies were unable to immediately respond to the noise complaint. Deputies ultimately were able to respond to the call for service and spoke with the resident, who was hosting a party. When deputies arrived on scene, the music was turned down. Deputies told the resident of the complaint and the resident agreed to keep the music down.
9:36 p.m., an employee from Walmart requested a deputy for a person who was acting strange in the parking lot. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Nathan John of Elk Creek in the parking lot. John was told of the complaint and agreed to leave. John was admonished from Walmart and left the area without incident.
10:01 p.m., a confidential victim reported they were assaulted during a domestic violence incident at their residence in Glenn. Deputies responded and learned that Austin Shaw pushed the victim to the ground, resulting in a severe head injury, and choked the victim prior to leaving the residence. Deputies searched the area but were unable to locate Shaw. An investigation was initiated and a report was taken.
10:41 p.m., deputies responded to the area of South Street and County Road K 1/2 in Orland for a report of a noise. Upon arrival, deputies contacted Norma Guevara at her residence. Guevara was told of the complaint and agreed to keep the noise level down for the remainder of the night.
11:26 p.m., deputies responded to the area of Sierra Avenue and Fifth Street in Hamilton City for a report of a noise. Upon arrival, deputies located loud parties at two locations, and contacted the homeowners at each residence. Both individuals were told of the complaint, and agreed to keep the noise level down for the remainder of the night.
Sunday, June 13:
3:22 a.m., Margaret Payne reported hearing a disturbance in the area of County Roads 45 and P in Willows. Deputies responded to the area and located the confidential victim and a white Dodge pickup. The confidential victim (CV) told deputies that her boyfriend, Joseph Lacroix, allegedly physically assaulted her. The CV said Lacroix left the area on foot prior to the deputies’ arrival. Deputy McIntyre conducted an area check for Lacroix with negative results. Deputy Huichapan initiated an investigation.
4:09 a.m., in the area of County Roads P and 30, Deputy Lourenzo contacted a confidential victim who reported stalking, and an assault that occurred in Olivehurst. An investigation was initiated and a courtesy report was taken, to be forwarded to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office for review.
10:20 a.m., deputies were dispatched to The Last Stand, 414 North Tehama Street, Willows, for a report of man causing a disturbance and refusing to leave the business. Deputies responded and contacted the reported man, Julian Martinez, and noted he displayed the objective symptoms of intoxication. Martinez agreed to submit to PAS test, which allegedly showed he had a .137 percent blood alcohol level. Deputies determined Martinez was too intoxicated to care for the safety of himself and/or others. Subsequently, he was arrested for alleged public intoxication and was to be released once sober.
10:39 a.m., Deputy Goodwin was detailed to the parking lot of Motel 6, 452 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows, for a report of a vehicle collision after a verbal dispute over a room deposit. Deputy Goodwin contacted the involved parties. After an on-scene investigation, it was discovered Timothy Mitzel ov Vallejo was backing up a box truck in the parking lot and accidently backed into Anilkumar Patel’s Toyota Tacoma. Deputy Goodwin mediated the verbal dispute and assisted both parties with exchanging insurance information.
11:13 a.m., a citizen turned over a found wallet to the sheriff’s office. The citizen said it was found in the area of County Roads P and 39. Deputy Goodwin collected the wallet. It contained several cards for a Benigno Jimenez. Deputy Goodwin was unable to locate Jimenez and the wallet was booked as found property.
11:31 a.m., Tiffany Ladine requested to speak with a deputy regarding hearing someone in her attic. Deputies responded to Ladine’s residence at 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. #236, Willows, and initiated an on-scene investigation. After further investigation, deputies did not note any suspicious activity at Ladine’s apartment and determined the call for service was unfounded.
1:11 p.m., deputies responded to a report of a man looking into car windows in the 500 block of West Cedar Street, Willows. Upon arrival, deputies conducted an extensive area check and located Nathan John of Elk Creek at North Butte and West Sycamore Streets, matching the description of the reported man. John was told of the report and denied involvement. John was ultimately counseled.
8 p.m., Bobbie Thaxton of Willows called and requested to speak with deputy regarding her mother’s ex-husband, Russell Niewald of Willows, being on the property while they were gone. Deputy McIntyre attempted to contact Thaxton but got a busy signal. A few minutes later, Thaxton called 911, stating Russell Niewald was in front of the residence, yelling at them. Deputy McIntyre responded and contacted Russell Niewald and Norma Niewald. While speaking with Russell Niewald, he was not making much sense. Norma Niewald said she wanted him admonished for trespassing and suspected him of stealing a house key but did not know for sure. Deputy McIntyre told Russell Niewald several times to leave the property but he refused. Deputy McIntyre attempted to take Russell Niewald into custody, but he resisted and was forced to the ground, where he continued to resist. Russell Niewald was handcuffed and transported to the Glenn County jail, where he was booked on charges alleging resisting arrest and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
9:51 p.m., confidential victim reported a domestic violence incident in the 500 block of South Butte Street, Willows,in which Manuel Robles head butted him or her, causing visible injury to his or her head. A records check revealed there was also a served restraining order to prevent domestic violence between the victim and Robles, in which the victim was the protected party. Deputy Lourenzo contacted both parties and took a report. Robles was ultimately arrested on charges alleging domestic violence and violating the restraining order, and was transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
Monday, June 14:
12:28 a.m., Lynn Head reported being in a verbal dispute with her husband, Michael Head. Deputies responded to 4222 County Road K in Orland and contacted both parties. Lynn Head told deputies she was upset because Michael Head woke her up. After an on-scene investigation, deputies learned dispute was verbal only. Deputies provided both parties with information and then resolved the issue by mediation and separation.
1:12 a.m., Marilyn Ward requested a deputy respond to her residence due to her 9-year-old granddaughter being defiant. Deputy Huichapan responded to 4254 County Road M, Orland, and contacted both parties. Deputy Huichapan spoke with Ward, who said her granddaughter was cursing at her and stating she no longer wanted to live with her. Deputy Huichapan spoke with the girl, who said she was upset because Ward told her she no longer wanted her at the residence. Deputy Huichapan provided both parties with information regarding their options and was able to resolve the issue through mediation and separation.
4:23 a.m., medics and fire personnel were dispatched to 555 Broadway Avenue in Hamilton City for a report of an unconscious woman who was not breathing. Deputy Huichapan responded and learned fire personnel was on scene. Fire personnel began life-saving measures and were relieved by medics who arrived shortly after. After life-saving measures were performed, Clara Greer was declared deceased. The next of kin, Daniel Greer, was present and notified. Deputy Huichapan initiated a coroner’s investigation. Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary out of Orland responded and removed the decedent.
9:35 a.m., Keith Long of Willows contacted Glenn County Communications to report an attempted vandalism to his vehicle. Deputy Garcia was dispatched and contacted Long, via telephone, as requested. Long reported an unknown suspect attempted to damage the paint to his 2005 Honda, as a piece of cheese with mustard was attached to his door. Long requested the incident be documented and said there was no damage to his vehicle.
10:23 a.m., deputies were dispatched to 133 North Ventura Street, Willows, for a report of a triggered residential alarm. Deputies responded, searched the perimeter of the residence, and did not note any suspicious activity. Deputies determined the alarm activation was a false alarm.
12:23 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the 100 block of South Butte Street, Willows, for a report of a vehicle collision with no injuries. Deputies responded and contacted the two involved parties, Ramona Marie Petersen of Orland and Travis Lee Butler of Elk Creek. Neither party reported any injuries and agreed to civilly exchange information. Deputies facilitated the information exchange and stood by until no longer needed.
1:43 p.m., an employee of MarVal Foods, 517 South Tehama Street, Willows, contacted Glenn County Communications and reported a shoplift. Deputies responded and contacted the employee at the business. The reporting party said an unknown man riding a bicycle entered the store and stole a candy bar. The reporting party declined to pursue the matter criminally and requested the man be admonished from the business, if contacted. Deputies searched the area for the reported man, but were unable to locate anyone who matched the description.
2:51 p.m., Mariana Lozano called and requested to speak with a deputy regarding a mobile home near her property in Hamilton City. Deputy Lemmon spoke with Lozano on the telephone. Lozano believed the residence was abandoned but noticed transients living inside. Deputy Lemmon had previous calls for the abandoned residence and knew the person inside said they had permission to be there, from the property owner, Jesus Campos. Deputy Lemmon attempted to call Campos again with no success. Lozano was provided with her options.
2:54 p.m., Vladamir Villicana contacted Glenn County Communications and reported a suspicious man at his residence at 608 North Plumas Street, Willows, driving a Nissan Pathfinder. Deputies responded and contacted Richard Vandiver in a Nissan Pathfinder, just north of the reported residence. Vandiver said he met a woman who stated she lived at 608 North Plumas Street. Vandiver was told the woman did not live where she claimed and ultimately was moved along from the area.
3:15 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the area of West Wood Street and Pacific Avenue, Willows, for a report of a woman walking in and out of traffic. Deputies arrived to the area and found Ruth Word wearing the described clothing. Word was told of the complaint and denied walking into traffic. Word said she would return to her residence for the remainder of the day.
3:50 p.m., Vanessa Mercado of Orland contacted Glenn County Communications to report her wedding ring was lost. Deputy Garcia responded and contacted Mercado, via telephone, as requested. Mercado reported losing her wedding ring near Glenn Medical Center, in Willows, on June 9, as she went for a walk. Mercado requested the incident be documented and estimated her wedding ring’s value at $6,000.
5:21 p.m., Scott Hanson contacted Glenn County Communications and reported his son, Jonathan Hanson, was causing a disturbance and throwing items at their residence in Willows. Deputies responded and contacted both parties. It was determined Jonathan Hanson has lived there for two weeks and Scott wanted him to leave for the night, due to the disturbance. Jonathan ultimately agreed to leave and a voicemail message was left with his parole office regarding the incident.
6:34 p.m., Luis Mercado reported a possible mail theft at 6419 County Road 7 in Orland. Deputy Ramirez responded and contacted Mercado, who said a Hispanic man and woman in a black Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck with paper dealer plates had looked through his mailbox. Mercado said the man had a beard and was wearing a hat and the woman had long hair. Mercado did not recognize the two people. Mercado said he followed the pickup and watched the person go through some of the neighboring mailboxes before fleeing the area south on Interstate 5. Mercado said he did not know if anything had been taken from his mailbox. Deputy Ramirez searched the area but was unable to locate the described vehicle.
7:32 p.m., Deputy Ayres was dispatched to a welfare check on a barefoot elderly man with a small dog who appeared disoriented and was having a hard time walking. The deputy’s response was canceled prior to his arrival after the reporting party called back and said the elderly man was seen going into his residence.
7:43 p.m., Deputy Ayres observed two vehicles parked on the street in front of 650 North Butte Street that he did not recognize. The white Mercedes S500 had a rear license plate with no month/year stickers on it and the red SUV was occupied by three people, one of whom Deputy Ayres recognized from prior contacts and believed he had a local warrant for his arrest. Deputy Ayres contacted driver Laothay Ventura-Alvarez of Antioch, front passenger Leslie Leach of Willows, and rear passenger Latsamy Kangmeuang of Orland. Kangmeuang was confirmed to have a local warrant and was taken into custody. Ventura-Alvarez was given a warning for her red SUV having expired registration and warned for it being towed. The white Mercedes S500 was found to be stolen out of the Red Bluff area. The stolen vehicle was recovered and towed from the scene by A+ Towing.
8:13 p.m., a citizen found a cell phone near Willows High School and turned it in to the sheriff’s office. Deputy Ayres located the owner of the cell phone and returned his property to him.
9:08 p.m., the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a man, woman, and two children (ages 10 and 7) who were on a boat that had gotten stuck on a gravel bar on the Sacramento River near County Road 29. Due to the circumstances, the sheriff’s office boat patrol unit initiated a nighttime rescue of the family. Deputies successfully located Kenneth and Karen Petcock of Chico with their two children, unharmed at the reported location and it was determined the family had been stuck for a few hours. The boat was secured in place and Deputy Lemmon and Sergeant Draper transported the family back to shore, ultimately providing transportation to their vehicle at the Ord Bend boat ramp.
9:46 p.m., Janet Myers from Butte Home Health and Hospice reported the expected death of hospice care patient Marianne Krantz, 75, of Orland. The decedent entered hospice care on June 11 and was diagnosed with multiple preexisting illnesses. The decedent’s daughter, Elizabeth Krantz, was the decedent`s next of kin and was present at the time of death. Deputy Ramirez contacted Elizabeth Krantz and confirmed she was present with the decedent at the time of her death. The decedent was to be released to Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
11:54 p.m., Deputy Ayres observed a vehicle parked on the wrong side of the road in the 600 block of North Butte Street. The suspect vehicle left southbound from this area towards Green Street. When the deputy passed by this vehicle he recognized the driver as Carmen Garcia and the front passenger had his head tilted down. The deputy turned around and observed the suspect vehicle turn west onto Vine Street, accelerating and then turning down the alley behind the Tobacco Man store. The suspect vehicle drove through the Tobacco Man parking lot and then was seen turning northbound on North Shasta Street, accelerating. The deputy observed the suspect vehicle abruptly pull towards the east shoulder of North Shasta Street in front of a residence, without signaling. The suspect vehicle came to a stop and a man exited the passenger door and ran onto the property, later identified as 454 North Shasta Street. The suspect vehicle fled after this. The deputy observed a man trying to get over the backyard fence and he lost sight of him. Deputy Ayres located this man hiding on the other side of the house. This man was identified as Juan Medina and was known to have a local warrant for his arrest. Medina was arrested and allegedly found to be in possession of a dirk/dagger concealed on his person. Medina was booked into the Glenn County Jail on charges alleging resisting or obstructing a peace officer in his duties, a post-release community supervision violation, and possession of a dirk or dagger, and for his felony no bail warrant.
11:59 p.m., deputies were dispatched to an open line 911 call that was placed somewhere near 3942 Highway 99 in Oland. Deputy Ramirez responded and conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the area and contacted Ana Raygoza. Deputy Ramirez discovered her boyfriend, Dalton Mooney of Orland, had gotten into an argument with her stepfather, Gustavo Molinero of Orland. Raygoza said she attempted to keep Mooney and Molinero separated and was ultimately pushed by Molinero. Raygoza said she did not wish to pursue criminal charges, but requested a welfare check. Raygoza wanted to make sure her mother was safe from Molinero at 3992 Highway 99, unit B. Deputy Ramirez conducted a welfare check and found Raygoza’s mother in good health. Molinero had left the residence after the altercation with Mooney.
2 thoughts on “Glenn County Sheriff’s Log”
Does every call get published? If not, what would be the reason one wasn’t?
Every call that the Sheriff’s Office sends out gets published. The only reason it wouldn’t get published would be if a log item was somehow overlooked.