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Over 36 years ago, Wilbert Wilson started a small alarm company in Murphys California; today Signal Service is the largest family owned alarm company throughout the Sierra foothills. Owned and managed by Wilbert's three sons, Andy, Mark and Will who have made Signal Service the success it is today. We measure our success by the quality of our relationships and service to our customers, and look forward to the opportunity for continued service in the years to come. Contact Signal Service Inc. for more information on a security system! We would like to Thank Signal Service for Sponsoring our Law Enforcement Coverage!

Announcements

Presribed Burn Set for Tuesday May 20th

Posted by: thepinetree on 05/17/2008 09:03 AM
The Stanislaus National Forest's Summit Ranger District is planning to conduct a 212 acre prescribed burn approximately one-half mile north of the community of Cow Creek, between Forest Road 5N12 and State Hwy 108. Smoke may be visible from Hwy 108, with some down canyon drift smoke visible in the evening and early morning. Depending on weather and fuel moisture conditions, implementation is set for Tuesday, May 20, 2008, with burning continuing over a 3 to 4 day period.....

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Carnival Ride Collapse Sends 23 to Area Hospitals~By Sgt. Dave Seawell

Posted by: thepinetree on 05/16/2008 11:46 PM
Angels Camp, CA... A thrill ride at the Calaveras County Fair collapsed on Friday evening sending 23 fairgoers to area hospitals. At approx. 6:05 pm the Calaveras County Sheriffs Department Communications Center received a 9-1-1 call reporting that a ride had collapsed injuring numerous persons. This is the first known accident of this type in the history of the Calaveras County Fair.....
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A Tractor Creates Spark and Causes Small Vegetation Fire in Copperopolis

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/16/2008 10:05 AM
Copperopolis, CA....CAL Fire is stating a tractor with a scraper created a spark that ignited and caused a 1/4 acre of vegetation on Thursday at 172 Hawkridge Road in Copperopolis. There were no injuries. Full report is enclosed....
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DUI Leads to Rollover with Moderate Injuries

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/15/2008 10:06 AM
A 39 year old male from Valley Springs was air-lifted to Doctors Hospital of Modesto on Wednesday evening at Hawver Road and Jesus Maria Road. Due to the drivers level of intoxication he allowed his vehicle to leave the roadway and overturn. He suffered moderate injuries and was arrested for a DUI. Full CHP release enclosed......
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Calaveras County Sheriff's Department Staffing Study and Strategic Plan

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/15/2008 12:21 PM
San Andreas, CA....The Calaveras County Sheriff's Department Staffing Study and Strategic Plan is now available for your viewing pleasure.
Click Text Here to Read Full Plan and Study
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Deputies Arrest Carnival Employees at County Fair

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/15/2008 03:35 PM
Angels Camp, CA....On the opening day of the Calaveras County Fair Sheriffs Deputies arrested two carnival employees for outstanding arrest warrants. Sheriffs Deputies contacted James Gorman, 35, of Quincy Massachusetts at the fairgrounds regarding an outstanding arrest warrant. Deputies advised Gorman that he had a warrant for his arrest out of Massachusetts for assault with a deadly weapon and failure to register as a sex offender. While....
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Electrical Short Causes Fire on Tuesday in Jenny Lind

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/14/2008 12:01 PM
Jenny Lind, CA...An electrical short in a bulb that was connected from one storage shed to a trailer with a 10 gauge wire, caused a fire on Tuesday evening at 8267 Ospital Road in Jenny Lind. Damaged were three storage sheds and a travel trailer. Estimated dollar damages are $20,000.00 for structures and contents. No injuries reported. Full CAL Fire report enclosed.....
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TRAFFIC NEWS....Non-Injury Vehicle Collision at Hwy 12 and 49

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/13/2008 03:18 PM
CHP is reporting a non-injury vehicle collision at Hwy 12 just west of Hwy 49. Roadway is clear except for Emergency Personnel. They are also reporting a collision at Hwy 49 and 26 at Pool Station. We will keep you posted as needed.

TRAFFIC NEWS.....CHP is Reporting a Vehicle Collision at Hwy 26 (UPDATE)

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/13/2008 04:01 PM
San Anderas, CA...CHP is reporting a vehicle collision at Hwy 26 just west of Ridge Road. Apparently the vehicle is on fire and the subject is possibly still inside. We will confirm this and keep you updated. UPDATE.....We just spoke with Jaime Castillo at CHP and also Peggy from CAL Fire, and it appears the accident is not as serious as first reported. Apparently there was a small spot fire near vehicle. CHP was canceled. The male jammed a screw driver in the car horn to alert others of the fire. No injuries.
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Happy Ending to What Could Have Been a Terrible Accident

Posted by: Kim_Hamilton on 05/09/2008 09:10 AM
Angels Camp, CA....CHP is reporting a 9 year old female from Vallecito was hit by a 29 year old female from Angels Camp at bus stop in Angels Camp. Apparently the 29 year old female was driving her daughter to the bus stop at Angels Road and Hwy 4. She got to the stop and let her daughter out of the vehicle. Waiting for her daughter was the 9 year old female. According to the driver, the kids usually walk around the rear of the vehicle to load the school bus. When she looked behind her vehicle she did see anything. As she backed up she heard a scream and realized she had hit the 9 year old girl. The little girl appeared to be alright so the girls loaded the bus and went to school. Full CHP release is enclosed.....
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