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Mariposa County Fire Department Log
UPDATED:
3/23/2010

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Monday May 3, 2010
No fires were reported in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident occurred during the afternoon hours on Triangle Road near Highway 49 South where a truck hit a fence with an ambulance responding to the scene.
Someone found a horse on Blackberry Creek Road.
On 49 North a dog was chasing a calf.
A burglary report was filed from Dexter View Road and a vandalism report
was filed from Mount Ophir Road.
On Circle Drive a landlord and a tenant were having differences.
Lost property was reported from Tip Top Road.
During the afternoon hours someone was trespassing on McClure Point Road.
A resident out on Holtzel Road was having a problem with a dead bird.
And Finally, Two residents, one from 49 North the other from Marshall Road, called in to the dispatch center seeking advice.
(We Recommend the Following: Dear Abby)
Four fellows were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including DUI, Under the Influence of a Controlled Substance, Battery with Serious Bodily Injury and Inflicting Corporal Injury on a Spouse/Co-Habitant.

Impounded!

 

Sunday May 2, 2010
One reported fire in the county yesterday and that fire was reported as an oven fire on Nutter Ranch Road during the afternoon hours.
Three reported accidents in the county yesterday with the first accident taking place on 49 North near Coulterville during the noon hour where a motorcycle was down on the road. The second accident took place during the afternoon hours near the intersection of the 140 and 49 South that involved two vehicles with no reported injuries. The third reported accident was on 49 South near Harris Road during the evening hours that was a solo accident with no reported injuries.
On East Westfall Road a horse was on the roadway during the morning hours and a loose horse was out on Carleton Road during the evening hours.
During the noon hour the caller from Stroming Road reported that someone was refusing to leave.
Out on Holtzel Road ATV's were riding on the road.
During the afternoon hours a suspicious person was observed on White Rock Road and during the evening hours a suspicious vehicle was on the 120.
A resident on Piney Creek Drive called in with a complaint.
And Finally, Down at the Railroad Flat Campground the caller reported being harassed along with loud campers that were nearby.
(Summer's Coming!)
One fellow and one lady were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Disorderly Conduct, Child Cruelty and DUI.


Saturday May 1, 2010
One fire was reported in the county yesterday and that fire was reported as a
chimney fire on Clouds Rest during the morning hours.

No reported accidents in the county yesterday as everyone
was being extra careful while attending the Butterfly Festival.

Someone's stray cat was on El Capitan Road.
A sick dog was on Clavel Way.
An injured goose was on Silva Road.
An injured owl was on Vista Grande Way.
Someone was shooting on Triangle Road.
During the later afternoon hours people were trespassing/poaching
on Silva Road.
A domestic dispute on Pine Street had someone getting a free ride to the pokey.
During the late evening hours someone's property was found
 at Castillo's Restaurant.
During the very late evening hours someone was drunk in public at the
Best Western in Mariposa.
And Finally, Residents on Golfito Way and Rancheria Creek Road decided to to give
some kittens to the county.
(Tough times to be a kitten in Mariposa County.)
One fellow and one lady were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Probation Violation and Furnishing a Minor with Marijuana.


Friday, April 30, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday as everyone
was being extra careful.

A loose canine was running around Behavioral Health.
A call came in during the 9:00 A.M. hour about a person down an embankment.
(For more information:

Man dies in fall near Mariposa  fresnobee.com)
Vandalism was reported from Spring Hill High School.
Theft of mail was reported from Ashworth Road.
The caller from Indian Peak Road reported stalking.
During the early evening hours a disturbance on Main Street in Coulterville had someone getting a free ride to the Mariposa County Jail.
Over on Ridge Top Road it was a case of dogs versus chickens.
And Finally, A rifle was found on Ben Hur Road.
(That road must be really bad if that gun bounced out of the truck!)
Three fellows and two ladies were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including DUI, Disorderly Conduct, Violation of Parole, Fail to Appear and Obtaining Money by a False Voucher.

Impounded!           Friendly Looking Family!


Thursday, April 29, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday.
Vandalism was reported from Fiske Road.
Petty theft was reported from 10th Street and a purse was reported
stolen from Cuneo Road.
A burglary was reported from Silver Lane.
A resident on Barrett Cove Lane reported receiving annoying phone calls.
A fuel leak was reported on Highway 41 in Fish Camp.
(Not a good way to melt the snow.)
And Finally, The Mariposa Bear was causing problems out on Schafer Road.
(Springtime in Mariposa County and the bears are Hungry!)
One fellow was booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for DUI.


Wednesday, April 28, 2010
One fire was reported in the county yesterday and that fire was reported as a possible chimney fire on 6th Street in Mariposa during the evening hours.
No accidents were reported in the county yesterday but there were vehicles that
were off of the road on the 41 near Fish Camp during the evening hours
where it was probably snowing.
Someone on Jones Street was having problems with a loose dog.
On Oakridge Court neighbors were having problems.
A bicycle was found on Grillo Drive.
During the noon hour suspicious circumstances were observed on Chowchilla Mountain Road and then on Tip Top Road during the evening hours.
A burglary was reported from Penon Blanco Road.
Grand theft was reported from El Toro Road.
An injured goose was at the Mariposa Middle School.
(Show and Tell prop?)
On Laredo Road a dispute was taking place over mutual property.
(Possibly a case for Judge Judy?)
One fellow was booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for
Disorderly Conduct.


Tuesday, April 27, 2010
No fires were reported in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident was
a major injury accident on the 140 in the Merced River Canyon during the very early morning hours where a vehicle hit a mountain at around 1:30 A.M. and Medi-Flight was
called to the scene.
An injured dog was on Quail Ridge Road.

Poaching was reported from Buckingham Mountain Road and then a while later another call came in to dispatch about someone trespassing on that same road.
On Circle Drive a landlord and a tenant were having problems and on Triangle Road the same problem was taking place.
The caller from Grillo Drive needed advice.
During the afternoon hours suspicious circumstances were occurring
at Spring Hill High School.
Also during the afternoon hours a suspicious person was noticed on Colorado Road.
During the early evening hours a suspicious person was
observed at Pioneer Market.
And Finally, A disabled vehicle was out on Forest Service Road 3S01.
(Possibly taking one of those GPS shortcuts to Yosemite?)
Three fellows were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Drivers License Suspended/Etc. and Battery on a
Spouse/Ex-Spouse/Date/Etc.


Monday, April 26, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday as everyone
was being very careful.
A lost dog on Laredo Street retuned home.
(Good)
A sick cat was on Crown Lead Road.
Vandalism was reported on Main Street in Coulterville.
During the afternoon hours a civil dispute was taking place on Meadow Lane.
Someone was making threats on Circle Drive.
A caller from Carleton Road was calling in with a noise complaint that was occurring during the noon hour.
And Finally, A Tourist was reported lost in the Coulterville area.
(Proves once again that not just Mariposa County Supervisors (current and former) can get lost looking for Hazel Green!)
One fellow was booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for Drivers License Suspended/Etc.


Sunday, April 25, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday.
Someone's loose dog was running around the town of Mariposa.
At three in the morning someone was YELLING on Harris Road.
Trespassing/vandalism was reported from Creel Road.
A burglary was reported from Peakview Road.
During the afternoon hours suspicious circumstances were observed on Cole Road and then during the later evening hours on the 140 near El Portal.
A domestic dispute on Riverview Road had someone going to the
pokey for awhile.
On Jones Street a couple of neighbors were having a dispute about
something or other.
And Finally, Possible unsafe shooting was reported from Buckmeadows Road.
(Safe shooting must be when you are at a shooting range.)
Four fellows were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Disorderly Conduct, DUI and Battery on a
Spouse/Ex-Spouse/Date/Etc.


Saturday, April 24, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday.
Dogs were chasing deer on Clouds Rest Road.
Grand theft was reported from Stout Lane.
Petty theft was reported from Dianna Pool.
A burglary was reported from Mosher Road and Dexter Road.
During the evening hours someone was being harassed on Zarzal Court.
Also during the evening hours a possible prowler was
reported on Carstens Road.
On Windy Hollow Road a couple of neighbors were going round and round.
During the evening hours someone was shooting guns on Watt Road.
And Finally, Out on Dexter Road the caller was missing a Shih Tzu.
(A little dog in a big, big world.)
Two fellows were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Disorderly Conduct and Drivers License Suspended/Etc.
 


Friday, April 23, 2010
No reported fires in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident took place near the intersection of 49 South and Fairgrounds Road during the afternoon hours that involved a truck towing a goose neck cattle trailer and a couple of other vehicles.
A loose injured dog was noticed on Owl Creek Extension Road.
A caller reported that a horse was being neglected on Cole Road.
Some jerk dumped their junk on Colorado Road for the county to
come out and pick up.
During the afternoon hours trespassing was reported
behind the Pioneer Market.
Dogs were attacking horses out on Triangle Road.
During the evening hours a suspicious person was observed at the El Portal Market and then on Old Highway North.
Also during the evening hours petty theft was reported from Meadow Lane.
And Finally, A cat was in a trap at the Coulterville Post Office.
(Wonder if those dogs from Dogtown were in on this?)
Two fellows and two ladies were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including DUI, Disorderly Conduct, Forging/Altering a Vehicle Registration/Etc and Possession of a Controlled Substance.


Thursday, April 22, 2010
No reported fires in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident took place on the 140 during the later morning hours.
Theft of propane was reported from the Bootjack Market.
(With the price of this liquid gold it could be a felony.)
Vandalism was reported from Watt Road.
During the evening hours someone was making threats on Triangle Park Road.
And Finally, Out on Jones Street three chickens were out for a stroll.
(Doing the Chicken Walk we assume.)
Again, no one was booked yesterday in the county under lock and key as everyone was just enjoying the weather.


Wednesday, April 21, 2010
No reported fires in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident took place in the Merced River Canyon on the 140 during the morning commute hours.

Abandoned cats were found on Broadway Street.
Dogs were messing around with chickens on Rastro Road.
Somewhere on the 49 someone locked their pet in a vehicle.
On 49 South steers were out having a meeting on the road.
A missing female boxer was reported from Carstens Road.
(We think this in the animal report not in missing persons.)
A person was reported missing from Cobey Lane.
Grand theft was reported from Paraje Way.
On Coronado Way a telephone pole was arcing.
Over on Granite Springs Road a landlord and tenant were having problems.
Vandalism was reported at the Coulterville Pool.
During the afternoon hours a suspicious vehicle was noticed on Usona Road.
And Finally, Out on Oak Grove Road a pig head was found near the roadway.
(Is this a sign that the Mafia is infiltrating Mariposa County?)
No one was booked yesterday in the county under lock and key as everyone was just enjoying the rainfall.


Tuesday, April 20, 2010
No reported fires in the county yesterday.
Two reported accidents in the county yesterday with the first accident occurring on the 41 near Fish Camp during the later morning hours. The second accident took place on Darrah Road during the evening commute where a vehicle tangled with a tree.
During the Midnight hour the caller from Buckeye Road reported that
someone was trespassing.
A suspicious person was observed on Oak Grove Road during the morning hours
then during the evening hours suspicious circumstances were observed
at the Midpines Post Office.
Theft of engine parts were reported from Dexter Road.
And Finally, A cat was in a trap on Dogtown Road.
(Cats on Dogtown Road should be very, very wary as that road is named
Dogtown for a reason!)
One fellow and one lady were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including First Degree Burglary and Force.
 


Monday, April 19, 2010
One reported fire in the county yesterday and that fire was reported as a possible structure fire on Oak Grove Road during the afternoon hours that turned out to be unfounded. The scanner was really active as the volunteers were out trying to locate this fire.
No reported accidents in the county yesterday.
A yellow lab was out running around on Oak Ridge Road.
A burglary was reported on Silva Road.
The sheriff department was called out to perform a animal welfare check
on Alta Vista Road and to also perform a welfare check on Smith Road.
During the early evening hours vandalism was reported from Dogtown Road.
Someone lost their keys on Ashworth Road.
During the evening hours someone was being harassed on Saint Andrews Road.
And Finally, Petty theft was reported from Manna House.
(That is simply not right.)
Two fellows were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Probation Violation and Drivers License Suspended/Etc.


Sunday, April 18, 2010
No reported fires in the county yesterday.
One reported accident in the county yesterday and that accident occurred on a Stanislaus National Forest Service Road where someone went over the handlebars of a motorcycle during the noon hour.
A white puppy was found on Tip Top Road.
Over on Jackass Ridge a power transformer blew out.
A sink hole was discovered on Ben Hur Road.
(Could be good for tourism, if it gets really big.)
During the later morning hours the caller from Cuneo Road had
a complaint about noise.
Someone in Mariposa lost their wallet.
A domestic incident and threats were made on Circle Drive.
Corporal injury to a spouse was reported from Live Oak Road.
Petty theft took place on Coakley Circle.
During the later evening hours suspicious circumstances were
 observed at McClure Point.
And Finally, Someone was target practicing on Memory Lane.
(Hopefully their memory could recall which way was the target!)
Three fellows and one lady were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Driving Without a License and Battery on a Spouse/Ex-Spouse/Date/Etc.


Saturday, April 17, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday as everyone was
out at the Las Mariposas Civil War Days.
Someone lost their dog on Ernst Road.
Loose dogs were out on Holtzel Road.
During the morning hours the caller from Meadow Lane reported a man
yelling and shooting.
A disturbance on East Westfall Road led to someone going to the pokey.
During the noon hour the caller from Deer Springs Road said that
someone was shooting unsafely.
A dog was in a car at the Rite Aid parking lot.
A distressed horse was on Allred Road according to the caller.
Vandalism was reported from Silva Road.
An assault and battery report was filed from Grillo Drive.
During the late evening hours a prowler was observed on Arbolada Drive.
And Finally, A call came in during the later afternoon hours about a vehicle that was disabled on the Old Yosemite Road.
(Possibly got stuck taking the shortcut to Yosemite from Coulterville via Hazel Green.)
Two ladies were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Forging/Altering a Vehicle Registration/Etc. and Making Threats.


Friday, April 16, 2010
No reported accidents or fires in the county yesterday as everyone was
being very careful.
Cows were out having a meeting on Silva Road.
A Dachshund was reported missing from 5th Street.
The caller from Riverview Road reported a possible phone scam.
Vandalism was reported from Darrah Road.
A landlord and a tenant were having problems on Sebastopol Road.
During the evening hours a broken water main was reported
from Stroming Road.
Someone was being harassed on Darrah Road during the evening hours.
A suspicious vehicle was observed on Chicharra Way during the evening hours.
And Finally, Over on Marshall Road dogs were reported to be chasing turkeys.
(Not from Marshall Road, but this Turkey rules the roost.)

Five fellows and two ladies were booked yesterday in the county under lock and key for various offenses including Probation Violation, Driving Without a License, Driving With a Suspended License, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and DUI.


Impounded!        The Wayward Sheep?

 Mariposa County Code:  6.16.010 Barking dog's--Defined.
It shall be unlawful for any person knowingly to keep or harbor any dog which habitually barks, howls or yelps to the great discomfort of the peace and quiet of the neighborhood or in such manner as to disturb or annoy persons in the neighborhood who are of ordinary sensibilities.
Barking Dog Public Nuisance


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