The Trinity County Sheriff’s Office received the following calls from July 29 to Aug. 4:

July 29

A caller reports homeless people sleeping around her business in Weaverville. She’d like night shift to check the building when able and admonish anyone found.

A caller reports someone tried opening accounts and using her card.

An assault is reported at the Stuart Fork Trailhead. Caller says he and a female also walking on the trail exchanged words, she spit on him and he pushed her, causing her to fall. Officer left message to recontact if he wishes to file a report.

A caller reports hearing threats to burn a house down.

The Sheriff’s Office and USFS advise eradicating a marijuana grow on public land; report pending.

Deputies report assisting federal agencies in multiple search warrants on Bass Lane in Hayfork.

Medical aid is requested for a vehicle crash south of Grizzly Lane, in Trinity Center. CHP reports there were no injuries in the rollover crash caused by unsafe speed.

In Lewiston, a caller reports the contents of one of their safes is missing, including several thousand dollars in silver and gold coins.

Elder/dependent abuse is reported in Weaverville.

A deputy reports a warrant arrest in Weaverville.

July 30

On Highway 3 in Weaverville, the mini-mart manager reports on July 29 a male came in and made a purchase and passed a fake $100 to the employee. The fake $100 is printed with a message it was for movie use only. They contacted the juvenile male who said he received it from his boss when he got paid. The fake bill was not exchanged, no loss.

Marijuana cultivation is reported on Rancheria Creek Road in Trinity Center.

A Weaverville business reports theft of 10 bags of soil.

A break-in to a vehicle is reported on South Fork Trinity River in Salyer. A purse, passport and cell phone taken.

An officer reports a code enforcement citation in Junction City.

A caller reports an ongoing problem with her ex-boyfriend/suspect who broke into her apartment and stole items.

A warrant arrest is made on Easter Avenue.

July 31

A Weaverville caller reports her cell phone and wallet were stolen from her workplace when she went to get ice.

A Douglas City caller reports a vegetation fire on her neighbor’s property on Reading Creek Road.

A code violation is reported on Bear Creek road.

Marijuana cultivation is reported on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest in Hyampom.

Aug. 1

A Weaverville caller says she invited a subject to her room to shower, and subject began yelling and cursing at her. She finally got him to leave. She believes he’s been doing drugs.

Code enforcement action is reported at multiple locations at Deer Lick Springs in Douglas City.

In Weaverville, a caller reports her storage unit was opened and trashed.

A caller who runs Facebook pages on missing people advises getting a report of a sighting in Arkansas in 2018 of a man reported missing from the Hayfork area in 2015. The source was not certain of the ID, but flyers were sent to Arkansas law enforcement and Salvation Army.

A caller reports child molestation.

Vandalism and theft to several boats is reported at KOA campground at Trinity Center.

A caller reports she had to leave her car on the side of the road just east of the Humboldt County line by the Salyer river access, and when she returned her wallet and its contents were gone. Report pending.

Aug. 2

A caller reports child abuse in Weaverville.

A caller reports his friend borrowed his vehicle to use for work in Mad River. The friend was fired, and subjects refuse to let him on the property to retrieve the vehicle, advising that the friend owed money.

County government reports getting a fraudulent e-mail request to deposit a paycheck into a bank’s account.

At Lewiston Turnpike, a caller reports a rattlesnake under the store striking at people as they walk by. Officer responded, snake had moved further under the building and cannot be located. Officer left a snake catcher at the location and will attempt to handle later this evening.

Domestic violence is reported in Douglas City.

Code enforcement is reported on Browns Ranch Road.

A caller from Hayfork reports his portable generator was stolen.

A vegetation fire is reported in the area of Lost Bridge off Van Dozen Road. USFS out of Fortuna advised sending units and a large trash pile was found burning on an illegal marijuana grow. Fire contained.

A caller reports a subject who drives a purple truck is stealing construction materials from Weaverville Market. Patrol checked and was unable to locate.

Aug. 3

Marijuana cultivation is reported on Kerlin Creek Road, Hyampom.

Cultivation is reported on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.

Vandalism is reported at Hayfork Dump Road, caller said it appears someone hooked a chain to the gate and tried to pull it off.

On Trinity Dam Boulevard a caller reports seeing what he believed to be a dead body on the side of the road. Officer was unable to locate a dead person, but did find a bear carcass.

An officer reports issuing a citation for federal violation for use of fireworks on the national forest, at Ruth Lake.

A caller reports a subject is apparently intoxicated and stuck out at the ballpark with his two boys. He got in an argument with his wife and she left them there.

Aug. 4

A caller reports she is camping with her grandkids at the Douglas City Campground and a subject rode up to her on a bike and started yelling at her saying she stole his cigarettes.

A caller reports he was talking to a subject on the phone at her work and he could hear another person arguing with her and keeping her from leaving. Domestic violence restraining order incident, and report pending.

There were 24 calls for medical aid for the week.

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