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Emergency Dispatch Call Logs, Feb 24-28, 2016

Excerpts from the call logs
for the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office and the Crescent City Police Department, Feb. 24-28:


Wednesday, Feb. 24

At 12:08 a.m., caller near the 2200 block of Harmony Lane reports she is being held against her will, however she sounds extremely intoxicated.

At 2:08 a.m., caller reports seeing two men steal a TV from Walmart, get into their car and drive away.


Mountain bikers plan trail for Mill Creek

More mountain bike trails are coming to Del Norte County soon. 

A group of local riders, led by Joe Gillespie, plan to use about $8,000 in Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) grant money to design a mountain bike trail in the Mill Creek watershed, with a possible connection to the Rellim Ridge Trail, and existing roads, that run through the Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park.


Crescent City Police Department: Officer of the year

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Officer Asbury earlier this month with a lost boy. Asbury is the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for 2015. Courtesy Crescent City Police Department
Police Officer Sarah Asbury is the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year for 2015, Del Norte County District Attorney Dale Trigg announced Friday.

Trigg said it wasn’t even a contest among his staff when he suggested Asbury, a Crescent City police officer soon to be joining the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Office.


Sutter, HCD not communicating

Health care in Del Norte County, as many rural communities across the U.S., is in trouble. 

The North Coast is in desperate need of specialists but doesn’t have the population base to support new specialized doctors, and, 85 to 90 percent of patients are using government sponsored insurance, making it a tough market to attract new doctors.


Schools object to ordered release

Del Norte education officials are protesting an order from a federal judge to release sensitive information for more than 10 million California school children to lawyers and consultants representing two parent-led special education advocacy groups.

The information includes names, Social Security numbers, medical information, disciplinary records and progress reports for students who have attended a California public school since Jan. 1, 2008.


Community fish fry to help local fishermen

Financial assistance may be available for commercial fishermen impacted by Dungeness crab fishery closure.


DNSO launches online call logs tab at ois.dnco.org

A new online tool from the Del Norte Sheriff’s Office will increase transparency, quell misinformation, and divert some phone traffic from beleaguered 911 dispatchers, according to Sheriff Erik Apperson.


DNSO launches online call logs tab at ois.dnco.org

A new online tool from the Del Norte Sheriff’s Office will increase transparency, quell misinformation, and divert some phone traffic from beleaguered 911 dispatchers, according to Sheriff Erik Apperson.


Rush’s bail up to $225, 000

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Rush
Bail was raised from $80,000 to $225,000 Thursday in Del Norte Superior Court for accused fugitive and con artist Shirley Rush, 65, now back in custody at county jail after her arrest last week in Weaverville on multiple warrants.


Renner charged with sex abuse

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Renner
Christopher James Renner, 57, of Crescent City is charged with felony sexual abuse involving a juvenile male between the ages of 5 and 7 years old, according to a press release issued Friday by Del Norte County District Attorney Dale Trigg.


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