DNSO blotter

The police blotter is a public record of incidents as reported by law-enforcement agencies. All individuals arrested or charged with a crime are innocent until proven guilty. The information printed is preliminary and subject to change. Excerpts from the call log of the Del Norte County Sheriff’s Department.

Wednesday 10/27:

At 9:12 am police responded to a report of a blown transformer in the 900 block of US 101.

At 9:17 am police responded to a request for removal of a female subject on the 1000 block of 3rd Street.

At 11:30 am police responded to a report of a male subject who appeared to throw metal objects toward the caller's vehicle in the roadway on the 600 block of M Street.

At 11:33 am police performed a welfare check at the request of a bus driver on a juvenile attempting to ride to Medford on Front Street.

At 1:04 pm police responded to the report of a three vehicle non-injury accident on the 1100 block of 9th Street.

At 4:16 pm police responded to a report of a male subject that pointed a gun at the caller on the 1000 block of US 101. Caller wanted it documented in order to obtain a restraining order.

At 5:43 pm Del Norte Ambulance responded to a vehicle vs residence accident on the 800 block of Kern Street.

At 9:16 pm CC Fire Dept. responded to a report of smoke and fire on the 400 block of M Street.

Thursday 10/28:

At 1:35 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of the caller's wife threatening to hit him with a bat on the 1400 block of Inyo Street.

At 5:11 am police responded to a burglar alarm on the 300 block of M Street.

At 7:32 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a subject looking into vehicle windows on the 1000 block of Scenic Creek Drive.

At 8:15 am Fort Dick Fire responded to a report of Smoke and Flames seen in the area of Moorehead Road and Tomasini Drive.

At 11:05 am Del Norte Ambulance responded to a vehicle vs bike accident near US 101 and Elk Valley Rd.

At 11:12 am Del Norte Ambulance responded to a motor vehicle accident near US 101 and Wilson Creek Road.

At 4:02 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a counterfeit $20 bill on the 2500 block of Howland Hill Rd.

At 5:21 pm CC Fire Dept. responded to a report of a downed power line near Grand and Seville Avenues.

At 8:35 pm CC Fire Dept. responded to a report of Illegal trash burning on the 200 block of Lynch Street.

At 10:23 pm police responded to a report of a female subject laying on the ground unclothed on the 900 block of 9th Street.

Friday 10/29:

At 11:35 Sheriff’s deputies performed a welfare check on a subject that was running down the road near Elk Valley and Turnbull.

At 12:26 pm police responded to a report of a subject unloading and removing plates from a vehicle on the 300 block of M Street.

At 1:45 pm police responded to a report of subjects skateboarding and listening to loud music with vulgar words near Gary and Essex Streets.

At 3:23 pm Klamath Fire responded to a fire alarm on the 300 block of Minot Creek Road.

At 4:09 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a subject walking around with a machete near Elk Valley Road and Maiden Lane.

At 4:18 pm police responded to a non-injury traffic collision on the 1200 block of 9th Street.

At 4:52 pm police responded to a report of a dog breaking through a fence on the 200 block of Essex Street.

At 10:06 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a vehicle following the caller home on the 500 block of Meridian Street.

Saturday 10/30:

At 8:54 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a request for removal of transients sleeping in the area on the 100 block of Indian Court.

At 11:30 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a male subject with no shirt on, was waving a stick on the 300 block of Fred Haight Drive.

At 12:56 pm police responded to a report of a male subject walking through the drive-thru hitting himself on the 600 block of L Street.

At 7:52 pm police responded to a report of a subject that stole candy and a cake on the 400 block of M Street.

At 7:59 pm Sheriff’s deputies performed a welfare check on a subject laying in the roadway near Douglas Street and Coolidge Avenue.

At 8:37 pm police responded to a report of juveniles playing in the area of the 200 block of A Street.

At 11:08 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report that the caller’s neighbors are refusing to give back her turkeys on the 1700 block of Alexandria Way.

Sunday 10/31:

At 8:41 am police performed a welfare check on a male subject laying in front of a business on the 1100 block of 9th Street.

At 10:06 am police responded to a report of a male subject that broke a window near 4th and C Streets.

At 12:44 pm police responded to a report that the subject that walked into the office stated that she was on her way to rob a bank on the 600 block of H Street.

At 1:14 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report that a female is breaking a car window on the 900 block of Washington Blvd.

At 4:39 pm Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a female that was attacked and a good samaritan helping detain the subject near US 101 and Railroad Ave.

At 8:44 pm police responded to a report of a male subject looking into vehicles on the 600 block of US 101.

Monday 11/1:

At 3:43 am CC Fire Dept. responded to a fire alarm on the 1300 block of El Dorado Street.

At 4:12 am CHP responded to a report of reckless drivers being heard on the 2500 block of Maher Ave.

At 7:33 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report that a woman and her child were sleeping on the caller’s front porch on the 100 block of Cody Lane.

At 7:46 am Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report that the caller received a text that claimed that the sender has their children and they want $10K on the 2000 block of Northcrest Drive.

At 12:23 pm police responded to a report of ongoing harassment by a customer on the 500 block of US 101.

At 1:06 pm Del Norte Ambulance responded to a pedestrian vs bike accident near 9th Street and US 101.

At 4:12 pm police responded to a report that a male subject appeared to be falling asleep at the wheel near Cooper and US 101.

At 5:00 pm CC Fire Dept. responded to a possible small bush fire on the 800 block of US 101.

At 7:26 pm Fort Dick Fire responded to a trailer fire near Kellogg and Lower Lake Roads.

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