Here are some selected incident reports from the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.
Wednesday, Sept. 15:
1:07 a.m., while on patrol near 210 West Wood Street, Willows (Circle K), Deputy Thompson conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a yellow 1996 Ford Bronco for CVC violations. The deputy contacted the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, Otto Chrestensen, who allegedly displayed objective signs of being under the influence of alcohol. After investigation, Chrestensen was arrested and later booked into the Glenn County Jail for allegedly operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and having a blood alcohol content of over .08 percent. The vehicle was later released to family members at Chrestensen’s request.
2:58 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to 121 North Culver Street, Willows, to assist paramedics with a man who was found unresponsive but breathing. The deputy found the man, Stewart Enck, wedged upside-down in a small bathroom. The man appeared to have been suffering from an opioid overdose. The deputy was able to “unstick” the man and move him to an area where paramedics could evaluate him. The man was ultimately transported to the hospital via ambulance.
Thursday, Sept. 16:
4:24 a.m., while at an unrelated call for service, deputies contacted Sean Talmadge walking along the roadway edge of County Road 7, west of Highway 99, north of Orland. Deputies had prior knowledge that Talmadge had four outstanding Glenn County warrants. Glenn County Communications confirmed Talmadge’s warrants were active. Talmadge was ultimately placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail without incident.
5:42 a.m., Janet Myers with Butte Home Health and Hospice reported the expected death of Richard Merrill, 91, at his home on County Road 15. The decedent entered hospice care on Sept. 11, and he suffered from preexisting health conditions. His next of kin, Virginia Merrill (wife) was present at the time of death. The decedent was released to the care of Newton-Bracewell Chico Funeral Home.
6:14 p.m., Jeremy Bem contacted Glenn County Communications and reported vandalism to his gaming console. Deputies responded and made contact with Bem and initiated an on-scene investigation. Bem reported between 4:15 p.m. and 5 p.m., an unknown person entered his locked residence at 826 North Butte Street, Willows, and poured water onto his iBUYPOWER gaming computer. Bem estimated the cost to repair or replace the computer at $1,200.
Friday, Sept. 17:
7:29 a.m., Westside Ambulance personnel, Orland Fire Department volunteers, and Glenn County Sheriff’s deputies, responded to a residence on County Road 7, near Orland, for a report of an unresponsive nine-month-old boy. Westside personnel and Orland firefighters rendered aid at the scene. The baby was transported by ambulance to Enloe Medical Center in Chico, where he was pronounced deceased.
11:43 a.m., Deputy Lourenzo responded to the Cedar Hills apartments in Willows for a report of two men in a physical altercation. Deputy Lourenzo contacted Isaac Juarez and Joseph Corona, both of Willows, who were involved in the altercation. After several lawful orders to stop, Corona ran from the deputy through the apartment complex. Deputy Lourenzo was eventually able to apprehend and detain Corona while an investigation was conducted. During the investigation, Juarez alleged Corona physically assaulted him without warning, but stated he did not want to pursue criminal charges. A records check on all parties revealed that Corona was on CDC parole. Corona’s parole agent was contacted and a hold was placed on Corona for allegedly violating the terms of his parole. Corona was subsequently placed under arrest, transported, and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
11:57 a.m., Glenn Medical Center reported the expected death of Johnny Aguiar, 79, who suffered from preexisting medical conditions and was at the emergency room for deconditioning due to testing positive for COVID. Next of kin, Beth Aguiar of Forest Ranch, was notified of the death. Aguiar’s body was released to the care of F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary, Willows.
2:59 p.m., deputies responded to 672 North Murdock Street, Willows, after a neighbor reported Shawn Van Gieson was allegedly intoxicated and causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, deputies were notified that Van Gieson had left the area in a vehicle. Deputies searched the area, but were initially unable to find Van Gieson. A short time later, Deputy Huichapan observed him driving near his residence The deputy contacted Van Gieson at the Murdock Street address, but as he did so, Van Gieson allegedly released his aggressive dog, resulting in the dog attempting to attack the deputy. Van Gieson fled on foot into his residence and locked himself inside. After several commands to come outside, Van Gieson eventually exited the residence and was detained by deputies. Van Gieson allegedly displayed several objective signs and symptoms of being under the influence, and reportedly admitted to consuming a large amount of alcohol prior to driving his vehicle. After an on-scene investigation, Deputy Lourenzo arrested, transported, and booked him into the Glenn County Jail on charges alleging driving while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs (a misdemeanor), driving while under the influence of alcohol (a misdemeanor), driving with a license suspended for driving while under the influence (a misdemeanor), assault with a deadly weapon (not a firearm) with great bodily injury likely (a felony), and obstructing or resisting a public service officer (a misdemeanor). His bail was set at $40,000. It is unknown what happened to Van Gieson’s dog. It is not mentioned in the Glenn County Animal Control logs.
5:23 p.m., deputies responded to the area of Wood and Butte Streets in Willows for a report of a single-vehicle traffic accident. Upon arrival, Deputy Lourenzo contacted Caroline Sites of Willows, who reported she wrecked her motorcycle while trying to avoid a collision with another vehicle. Sites sustained non-life-threatening injuries. She was treated by emergency medical personnel and her motorcycle was released to a family member.
5:37 p.m., Deputy Alves was dispatched to the Walmart parking lot for a report from Lindsey Boehm-Garcia of a possible hit and run that occurred. Upon the deputy’s arrival, Boehm-Garcia reported damage to her 2015 GMC Arcadia. She believed it happened while she was inside the store. Surveillance video was reviewed that indicated the incident more than likely occurred at a different location. Boehm-Garcia was provided with a case number for insurance purposes.
7:37 p.m., Karin (or Corin) Johnson at 442 West Ash Street, Willows, reported she caught Lloyd Hickman allegedly looking into the windows of her residence. She said Hickman was still in the area, pacing in the street. Deputies contacted Hickman in the street outside the residence. He denied looking into windows at the residence and stated he was there to retrieve his bicycle. Johnson alleged she was in her bedroom and looked up to see Hickman standing right outside her window, looking in. Johnson said she knows Hickman and has had recent issues with him coming to the residence uninvited. Johnson said she wanted to pursue charges against him for peeping into her window. Johnson signed a citizen’s arrest form to pursue charges against Hickman. He was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked.
10:05 p.m., Butte Home Health and Hospice contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office and reported the expected death of Jose Castaneda, 84, of Willows. The decedent suffered from preexisting illnesses and was entered into hospice care. His next of kin, Jilberto Castaneda-Flores of Willows (son), was notified of the death. The decedent was released to the care of Affordable Mortuary of Chico.
Saturday, Sept. 18:
1:57 a.m., while on patrol, Sergeant Corbin located an unoccupied vehicle parked on the side of Highway 162, east of County Road 306. Three of the vehicle’s windows were broken out. The vehicle was found to be registered to Savannah Nelson of Willows. Deputy Goodwin contacted Nelson at her residence. She said she lent the vehicle to a friend a couple of days earlier and the friend had not returned it. Nelson did not have a spare key and said she would call a tow truck. The vehicle was ultimately towed by L&T Towing per Nelson’s request.
11:13 a.m., while on patrol, Deputy Lourenzo observed William Jarman of Willows, whom she recognized from previous contacts, driving a red Nissan Sentra on North Butte Street in Willows. A records check revealed Jarman’s driver’s license was suspended or revoked for driving while under the influence. Deputy Lourenzo contacted Jarman as he was parking his vehicle on Ash Street near Shasta Street. Jarman was told of his driver’s license status and placed under arrest. During a search of the interior of his vehicle, Deputy Lourenzo found a lockbox that allegedly contained a white crystalline substance consistent with methamphetamine, and a glass pipe used to smoke methamphetamine. Jarman was transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
7:42 p.m., deputies responded to 442 West Ash Street regarding Lloyd Hickman allegedly trespassing on the property. Deputies found Hickman a few blocks away from the residence. After speaking with the reporting party, Corin (or Karin) Johnson, Hickman was placed under arrest for allegedly trespassing. (See also the previous day’s log item for 7:37 p.m.)
11:27 p.m., Deputy Turner observed Nicholas Ruiz at the Cedar Hills Apartments and had prior knowledge Ruiz had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. Glenn County Communications confirmed two misdemeanor warrants for his arrest. Deputy Turner contacted Ruiz and placed him under arrest. He was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was turned over to jail staff for booking.
Sunday, Sept. 19:
11:02 a.m., deputies responded to El Dorado Avenue in Willows for a report of a domestic disturbance. Deputies contacted a woman and Alfonso Loza. The woman said she was in an argument with Loza, which escalated into a physical altercation. Prior to the deputies’ arrival, Loza allegedly grabbed the woman by the hair, hit her with a curling iron, and attempted to hit her with a boom box. The woman had redness and what looked like a scratch mark above her right eyebrow. Deputy Huichapan spoke with Loza, who denied the allegations made by the woman. Based on the totality of the circumstances, Loza was placed under arrest and transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail on charges alleging infliction of corporal injury on a spouse or cohabitant, assault with a deadly weapon (not a firearm) with great bodily injury likely, and child abuse or endangerment (all felonies). Bail was set at $100,000.
7:41 p.m., Maria Lanzarin at 6372 County Road 200, Orland, reported William Hunter was at her residence and she wanted him removed. She alleged Hunter was nude and laying tile in the residence. Deputy Goodwin responded and contacted Lanzarin at a nearby location. Lanzarin stated Hunter was her boyfriend, but his behavior scared her. Lanzarin said she wanted Hunter to receive mental health treatment. Lanzarin was told certain criteria had to be met for a mental health hold. Lanzarin said she wanted Hunter to leave the property. Deputy Goodwin attempted contact with Hunter, but he did not want to speak with the deputy and left the residence on a bicycle. While the deputy was speaking with Lanzarin, Hunter was seen walking back toward the residence. Hunter was walking in the roadway and yelling. Hunter disobeyed commands to get out of the roadway and stop. The deputy attempted to detain Hunter, but he actively resisted and was ultimately placed under arrest for allegedly resisting a peace officer with force. Hunter was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked.
7:59 p.m., Matthew Millsaps contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office and alleged Joshua Kelly of Willows entered his residence at 228 North Sacramento Street, Willows, uninvited and was possibly intoxicated. Deputies responded and contacted Kelly and an investigation was initiated. Kelly was subsequently arrested for alleged violation of probation and was booked into the Glenn County Jail.
Monday, Sept. 20:
7:58 a.m., Trevor Deadmond of Chico called and reported the theft of building materials from his job site at 6704 County Road 21 in Orland. Deputy Lemmon was dispatched and contacted Deadmond, who said an unknown person stole approximately $1,000 worth of building materials from his job site. Deadmond believed the incident theft occurred between Sept. 16 and Sept. 20.
10:43 a.m., Willows Care Center Registered Nurse Book reported the expected death of James E. White, 75, who suffered from preexisting medical conditions. The decedent entered care at Willows Care Center on Sept. 14. Next of kin, Blair Pritchett of Georgia, was notified by care home staff and Deputy Rasmussen confirmed. The decedent was released to the care of F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary, Willows.
1:41 p.m., Rick Rendon of Whittier called and requested a welfare check on his two cousins at an address north of Orland. Deputy Lemmon responded to the residence at 4997 County Road O. Deputy Lemmon found the residence was vacant and did not show any signs of anyone living there. This information was forwarded to Rendon.
4:36 p.m., Richard Souza of Willows reported the theft of his 2002 Ford F250 pickup, Calif. license plate #6W02183. Deputy Rasmussen contacted Souza, who parked the vehicle at about 3:15 a.m. in the 600 block of North Tehama Street in Willows. When Souza returned at about 4:15 p.m., the vehicle was gone. The pickup is a four wheel drive crew cab diesel, gray, and is lifted six inches with chrome steps, and a tool box in the bed. Souza said the windows were up and the doors were locked. Souza has all keys accounted for. A CHP 180 form, reporting the vehicle as stolen, was completed and signed. Souza did not suspect anyone in the theft of his vehicle.
10:37 p.m., deputies responded to the Walmart located at 470 North Airport Road in Willows for a report of a woman at customer service stating her boyfriend was possibly outside and he would not leave her alone. Deputies arrived and contacted Jessica Shults of Orland, who said she had gotten into several verbal altercations with her boyfriend, Joey Delatorr, while en route to Vacaville. Shults said Delatorr was last seen in a silver Honda 4-door sedan and he was possibly under the influence of a controlled substance. Shults said she just wanted help getting home. Deputies were unable to locate Delatorr in the area. Glenn County Communications said Shults had two outstanding out of county felony warrants. Glenn County Communications confirmed the warrants were active. Shults was ultimately placed under arrest for the warrants. Shults was transported to the Glenn County Jail without further incident.
Tuesday, Sept. 21:
1:23 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a report of Lloyd Hickman of Willows acting erratic. Rebecca Ayala alleged Hickman had knocked on her door on Sherwood Way in Willows and then threw an item belonging to Ayala in the front yard. Ayala requested a welfare check of Hickman. Deputies later located Hickman walking in the 400 block of North Humboldt Avenue. When deputies attempted to contact him, Hickman refused verbal commands to stop and jogged through the Motel 6 parking lot. Deputies caught up with Hickman on the balcony of the motel. Hickman allegedly displayed objective signs of being under the influence of a central nervous system stimulant. After a short struggle, Hickman was arrested. He was taken to Glenn Medical Center for minor injuries sustained in the struggle and later booked into the Glenn County Jail.
1:26 a.m., deputies were dispatched to an anonymous report of a man possibly under the influence and associated with a black vehicle. He was allegedly brandishing a crossbow in the parking lot of the Baymont Inn, 199 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputies arrived and searched the property, and located a black Crown Victoria in the parking lot. Steven Hodges of Eureka was found to be the owner of the vehicle and the one possibly responsible for the brandishing. Deputies were unable to locate Hodges on the property.
9:29 a.m., an anonymous person called and requested a welfare check on three people at the Willows ampm, 1399 West Wood Street. The reporting party said she observed the three smoking illegal drugs. Deputies responded and contacted the three people. Deputies conducted an investigation and arrested Steven Salerno of San Jose, Michael Guio of Morgan Hill, and Paige Vital of Boulder Creek. Vital was also arrested for three outstanding warrants.
1:04 p.m., Deputy Ayres located Ross Finley III walking on Sixth Street, south of Date Street. The deputy was aware Finley had a local warrant for his arrest. Finley was detained and then arrested after the warrant was confirmed. Finley was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was cited and released due to medical reasons.
Wednesday, Sept. 22:
3:42 p.m., deputies responded to the area of Tehama and Sycamore Streets for a family disturbance involving Lloyd Hickman. After an on-scene investigation, Hickman was arrested for allegedly being under the influence of a controlled substance.
6:28 p.m., while on routine patrol, Deputy Chavez observed a 2000 Honda Accord with an expired registration tag. Deputy Chavez conducted a traffic enforcement stop at Mar-Val market, 517 South Tehama Street, Willows, and contacted the driver, Carmen Garcia of Willows. Glenn County Communications conducted a records check and verified Garcia was wanted by the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Chavez placed Garcia under arrest at the request of the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office. Garcia’s two-year-old son was released to the care and custody of Glenn County Child Protective Services. The vehicle was released to Misty Stevens per Garcia’s request. Garcia was transported to the Glenn County Jail and released to jail staff for booking.
7:05 p.m., deputies responded to the area of the El Toro Loco market, 570 Main Street, Hamilton City, for a single anonymous report of several gunshots fired and a person left on the ground. Deputies arrived and contacted several customers, who said nothing had occurred at the market. Deputies searched the surrounding area, but did not locate anything suspicious.
9:12 p.m., deputies were detailed to ampm, 1399 West Wood Street, Willows, for a reported disturbance. Deputy Chavez contacted Carol Chrestensen, who said Ruth Word was walking in the roadway and yelling profanities at people passing by. Deputies contacted Word, who allegedly showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol. Word was ultimately placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail and booked by jail staff.
Thursday, Sept. 23:
1:44 a.m., Pamela Turnquist from Enloe Hospice Care reported the expected death of hospice care patient Linda Cavallaro, 73. The decedent was pronounced dead at the Sparrow’s Landing senior citizens center located at 721 East Street in Orland. The decedent was diagnosed with multiple preexisting illnesses. The decedent was under conservatorship through the Tehama County Public Guardian. Dale Tisseraland was the decedent’s case worker. The decedent was released to Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
1:49 a.m., Deputy Ramirez contacted Gerardo Martinez in a parked silver 2012 Mazda sedan on County Road M, south of County Road 24, Orland. Martinez allegedly showed obvious signs of being under the influence of a controlled substance. Martinez was allegedly found to be in possession of a white crystalline substance. Deputy Ramirez conducted an evaluation on Martinez. He was allegedly found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. He was ultimately placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail without further incident.
2:18 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to 3262 Highway 45 for a report of a man who was holding a gun to his head and wanted to shoot himself. The man was not alone and had family members in the residence with him. A family member at the scene removed the firearm from the man prior to deputies’ arrival. Deputies contacted the man, who was later detained for a mental health evaluation. The man was transported to Glenn Medical Center for treatment and evaluation.
1:11 p.m., Cali Smoke Shop employee, Tina Zazueta, reported a customer was causing a disturbance and refusing to leave the business located at 505 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputy Rasmussen responded. The woman had left the area prior to law enforcement arrival. She was ultimately identified as Nannette Young. Zazueta requested Young be told she was no longer welcome at the business and admonished for trespassing. Deputy Rasmussen located Young in front of Burger King. Young was admonished for trespassing and told she was no longer welcome there.
1:32 p.m., Karin Johnson requested to report the theft of her bicycle from her front porch. Deputy Rasmussen responded. Johnson alleged Lloyd Hickman had knocked on her door at 442 West Ash, Willows, and told her he was taking her bicycle. Johnson told Hickman did not have permission to take her bicycle and she wanted him arrested for theft. Johnson signed a citizen’s arrest form. Deputy Rasmussen later found Hickman and the bicycle at Jensen Park. Hickman did not comply with orders and allegedly fled on foot. After a short foot pursuit, Hickman was taken into custody. He was booked into Glenn County Jail for 488 PC and 148 PC. (See also the log items for 7:37 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 17, and 7:42 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 18.)
8:10 p.m., Daniel Perry of Willows reported his blue Electra Townie bicycle had been stolen from in front of the Timios Inc. Title Company in Willows sometime between 5:45 p.m. and 6 p.m.. Perry said the bicycle’s value was $649.99. Deputy Ramirez took the stolen bicycle report. The bicycle was entered into the stolen property system of CLETS. Deputy Ramirez was later dispatched to a report of a physical altercation in progress on Butte Street, south of Oak Street. While en route, Deputy Ramirez was told Perry had found his bicycle and detained the man who was found riding it. Deputy Ramirez arrived on-scene and identified the detained man as Lloyd Hickman. Deputy Ramirez completed his investigations and ultimately placed Hickman under arrest for allegedly being in possession of stolen property.
Friday, Sept. 24:
8:51 p.m., staff at Glenn Medical Center contacted Glenn County Communications and reported the expected death of Elvira Swenson, 94, of Orland. The decedent suffered from pre-existing illnesses and was entered into comfort care on Sept. 22. The next of kin, Sandra Armstrong (daughter), was notified by Glenn Medical Center staff and deputies confirmed the notification. The decedent was released to Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
Saturday, Sept. 25:
8:02 a.m., deputies were dispatched to the Economy Inn, 435 North Tehama Street, Willows, after Joseph Salyer alleged his wife, Tina Salyer, assaulted him. Deputies contacted both parties in the parking lot, and initiated an investigation. It was determined Tina Salyer allegedly hit Joseph Salyer in the face, which caused a visible injury to his chin. Subsequently, Tina Salyer was arrested for alleged domestic violence and was transported to the Glenn County Jail.
Sunday, Sept. 26:
10:45 a.m., Deputy Huichapan responded to the Walmart in Willows and contacted the assistant store manager, Ryan Coker, regarding a cold theft. Coker told Deputy Huichapan that on Sept. 23, an unknown black female adult stole three apple watches and three IPhone 11’s. Coker estimated the monetary loss at about $2,334. Deputy Huichapan initiated an investigation.
10:58 a.m., Glenn County Sheriff’s deputies, Orland police officers, and emergency medical personnel responded to 95 Rennat Way, Orland, for a report of an unresponsive 81-year-old woman. Upon arrival, personnel located Emma Orozco inside of the residence and began lifesaving efforts. At 11:46 a.m., all lifesaving measures were exhausted and Orozco was pronounced deceased. Orozco’s daughter and next of kin, Maricela Carranza, was present at the time of passing. Deputy Lourenzo initiated a coroner’s investigation. Orozco was later released to the care of Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary in Orland.
11:18 a.m., Taylor Hurst from Glenn Medical Center reported the expected death of Joyce Reed, 82, of Willows. Reed suffered from preexisting medical conditions and was on comfort care since Sept. 25. Hurst notified next of kin, Matthew Watts, who was present at the time of death. Deputy Huichapan contacted Watts via telephone and verified he was aware of the decedent’s death. The decedent was released to the care of F.D. Sweet and Son Mortuary of Willows.
10:35 p.m., Deputy Chavez contacted Rafael Velazquez in the Glenn Medical Center parking lot. Velazquez allegedly displayed objective signs and symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol, including slurred speech, red watery eyes, and an unsteady stance. Deputy Chavez determined Velazquez was unable to care for himself due to his alleged level of intoxication, and was subsequently placed under arrest for public intoxication. Velazquez was transported to the Glenn County Jail. While at the jail Velazquez submitted to a preliminary alcohol screening (PAS), which displayed he had a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of .278 percent (more than three times the legal limit for drinking and driving). Velazquez was to be released when sober.
Monday, Sept. 27:
12:38 a.m., an anonymous person contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to report Lloyd Hickman was moving property from multiple patios at Eskaton Manor, 714 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputies were dispatched and contacted Hickman. He was told of the complaint and denied any involvement. Hickman was counseled on his behavior and moved along.
10:41 a.m., Deputy Ayres was dispatched to Eskaton Kennedy Manor regarding Lloyd Hickman being combative with medics and fire personnel. Deputies responded and learned that Hickman was not combative, but acting strange. Deputies attempted contact with Hickman, but he avoided them by going into his bathroom. While onscene, Hickman exited the apartment through the back window and walked off after seeing law enforcement. Deputy Ayres contacted Hickman walking in the area. Hickman did not need any assistance or services.
1:17 p.m., deputies responded to a burglary that just occurred at 920 West Cedar Street, Willows. The suspect later identified as Joshua Kelly was seen getting into a vehicle and leaving the area. Deputy Rasmussen and CHP Officer Roach located the suspect on West Sycamore Street east of North Butte Street. Kelly was detained. The reporting party, Kyle Enos, reported Kelly coming onto his driveway acting strange. Enos locked the City of Willows Fire Truck (Superduty) that was parked in his driveway and then went into his garage to lower the door. Kelly walked up to the garage door as it was closing. Kelly stopped several feet from the garage door. Enos then saw Kelly trying to open the driver side doors to the Superduty. After this, Kelly flagged down Gary Pattison, who was driving in the area to get a ride for some coffee. Pattison gave Kelly a ride to North Butte Street and West Sycamore Street. Kelly got out of Pattison’s truck and then got into a different truck that was in the area, being driven by Joshua Reed. Kelly told Reed he was going to work with him. Reed pulled over and told Kelly he was at his work. Kelly exited the truck and walked east, where he was contacted by law enforcement. After an on-scene investigation, no one wanted to be a victim and Kelly was allegedly determined to be too intoxicated to care for himself. Kelly was transported and booked into the Glenn County Jail. Kelly will be released once he is sober with no charges.
7:13 p.m., Deputy Thompson was detailed to assist emergency medical technicians with a medical alarm activation due to prior calls for service. The deputy responded and could see Lloyd Hickman inside his residence. Hickman refused to answer the door and did not appear to have any medical problems. Neighbors said Hickman lived alone and no other persons were observed inside the residence. Deputy assisted EMS until no longer needed.
Tuesday, Sept. 28:
3:07 a.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of Lloyd Hickman causing a disturbance and damaging his neighbor’s property. The deputy contacted John Carvalho, who alleged Hickman had damaged several lawn ornaments and taken a chair. Carvalho requested charges be brought against Hickman for the damages. Hickman was observed inside his residence but refused to come to the door.
7:37 a.m., Terry Alstead contacted the sheriff’s office, reporting Lloyd Hickman allegedly causing a disturbance and destroying property at 714 North Humboldt Avenue, Willows. Deputies responded and attempted contact with Hickman, but he refused to answer the door. Deputies observed what appeared to be Hickman’s personal property strewn in front of his apartment, but did not observe damage to any property belonging to someone else. Due to another call for service, deputies cleared the scene. Hickman was later contacted on another call for service and placed under arrest.
8:49 a.m., Jeannie Rakestraw contacted the sheriff’s office, alleging Lloyd Hickman stole items off of another resident’s front porch. Deputy Tuma was dispatched and contacted the victim, Jay Carvalho, who reported Hickman stole about $140 worth of items off his front porch and was seen walking away with one of them. Carvalho requested to pursue criminal charges and signed a private person’s arrest form. Hickman was later contacted and allegedly found to be in possession of one of the stolen items. Hickman was placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was released to jail staff for booking. Deputy Tuma collected the stolen property and it was returned to Carvalho.
6:27 p.m., Robert Southard requested a welfare check on a man in the 6000 block of County Road 19, Orland. Southard reported the man had been starting small fires inside of his residence. Deputy Ramirez responded and contacted both Southard and the man. Deputy Ramirez was told of the man’s recent bizarre behavior. The man admitted to starting small fires in the residence, and he said he wanted to burn his house down and see the angels. Deputy Ramirez determined the man fit the criteria for a mental health hold and was ultimately detained.
Wednesday, Sept. 29:
12:25 a.m., Amanda Polit contacted the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office to request a deputy respond to an apartment at Cedar Hills Manor in Willows. Deputy Chavez responded and initiated an investigation. Deputy Chavez was able to determine Cody Polit had allegedly assaulted someone. Cody Polit was placed under arrest and transported to the Glenn County jail and booked by jail staff.
9:40 a.m., Johnathan Nelson-Ento requested to report a cold theft. Nelson-Ento was out of the area and requested telephone contact. Deputy Rasmussen contacted Nelson-Ento. Sometime between 9 p.m. on Sept. 27 and 6 a.m. on Sept. 28, an unknown suspect entered his unlocked vehicle that was parked in the Willows Walmart parking lot and stole several items. The items included a Microsoft surface computer and miscellaneous tools. Nelson-Ento estimated his loss at $2000. Nelson-Ento will be completing a property list.
11:12 a.m., Tammi Allen requested to speak to a deputy via telephone regarding a burglary at Willow Glass, 111 West Wood Street. Deputy Rasmussen contacted Allen via telephone, as requested. Allen said sometime between Friday, Sept. 24, and Tuesday, Sept. 28, an unknown person came into the business and took a small lock box containing U.S currency. The deputy responded to the business and conducted an investigation. The estimated loss was $5,800.
3:32 p.m., an anonymous male reported hearing a woman screaming from one of the buildings on the Capay Farms property at 7929 County Road 9. Deputy Ayres was told that this person reported a similar incident recently. Deputy Ayres contacted the reporting party and recognized his voice as Steven York Jr’s. Glenn County Dispatch confirmed York to have a local misdemeanor warrant for his arrest. Capay Farms was contacted and they said everything was fine at the property. Deputy Ayres contacted Steven York’s father at their residence and he said Steven York was on the property and gave the deputy permission to search for him. Deputy Ayres located Steven York in the back yard with another person. Deputy Ayres attempted to take Steven York into custody, but he allegedly ran. Deputy Ayres gave chase and a search was conducted. Steven York was found in the orchard north of 7758 County Road 9. He was taken into custody and transported to the Glenn County Jail for booking.
11:39 p.m., Deputy Thompson was dispatched to a report of a deceased person. The deputy responded to the scene on County Road 15 and located John Pavlich, 98, deceased inside his residence. Next of kin, Richard Pavlich, was present at the scene. The deputy initiated a coroner’s investigation and the decedent was later released to Sweet-Olsen Family Mortuary of Orland.
Thursday, Sept. 30:
4:26 a.m., deputies responded to 600 North Humboldt Avenue, apt. 155, Willows, for a report of an assault. Ryan Hampshire reported he had been assaulted by three males when he returned home from work. Deputies arrived and initiated an investigation. Deputies discovered Hampshire was assaulted and a bottle of scented oil was taken by force. Deputies identified a 16-year-old as one of the subjects responsible for the assault. The child was ultimately placed under arrest for assault and robbery.
7:07 a.m., while on routine patrol, Deputy Huichapan contacted Seth Dominguez-Feathers at Cedar Hills Manor. A records check on Dominguez-Feathers through Glenn County Communications revealed two active misdemeanor warrants out of Glenn County. While conducting an on-scene investigation, Dominguez-Feathers revealed he had a kitchen knife concealed on his person for protection. Deputy Huichapan conducted a search of Dominguez-Feathers and removed the kitchen knife. Deputy Huichapan informed Dominguez-Feathers of the warrants and placed him under arrest per the warrants and for being in possession of a dirk or dagger. Dominguez-Feathers was transported to the Glenn County Jail and released to the care and custody of jail staff without further incident.
9:31 a.m., Kathy Boyle reported a restraining order violation and requested to speak with a deputy. Deputy Lourenzo responded and contacted Boyle, who alleged Pamela Rafoth had called her twice while incarcerated in the Glenn County Jail, which was in violation of a no-contact restraining order. An investigation was initiated and Deputy Lourenzo determined Rafoth did violate the restraining order. Rafoth was placed under arrest for the crime and booked into the Glenn County Jail.
10:10 a.m., Felipe Cortes requested to speak with a deputy regarding retrieving property from Lloyd Hickman’s residence in Willows. Deputy Lourenzo contacted Cortes via telephone and spoke with him about the matter. Cortes said his backpack was inside of Hickman’s apartment, but Hickman was incarcerated so he could not get inside the residence. Cortes was told law enforcement could not assist him in entering another person’s residence without them present. Cortes was further provided with options on how to settle the matter once Hickman was no longer incarcerated.
12:27 p.m., staff with Glenn Medical Center reported the expected death of Rosemary Rausser, 93. Rausser began comfort care on Sept. 25, and suffered from preexisting health conditions. Rausser’s son and next of kin, Dennis Rausser, was notified of the death. Rausser’s body was released to the care and custody of Brusie Funeral Home, in Chico.
7:11 p.m., deputies were dispatched to the Taco Bell, 1301 West Wood Street, Willows, for a report of a white male adult harassing customers in the drive-through. Deputies contacted Joseph Marquez of Rio Linda, who was admonished from the property at the request of the manager at Taco Bell. Marquez returned to the business at a later time and harassed customers again. Deputies responded and contacted Marquez, who was allegedly found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and placed under arrest. The manager at Taco Bell did not wish to pursue criminal charges. Marquez was transported to the Glenn County Jail, where he was booked.
8:01 p.m., deputies were dispatched to 325 West Walnut Street for a report of a man who entered the residence and assaulted the homeowner. Deputies arrived on scene, where Robert and Joseph Ortega had the man detained in an upstairs bedroom. The man was identified as Aaron Johanningsmeier, who was subsequently arrested and booked into the Glenn County Jail.