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Idaho deputies who shot, killed rancher won’t face charges

Agriculture, cattle

Two Idaho sheriff’s deputies will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing an armed rancher in a confrontation about putting down a bull that was injured in a car crash and threatened emergency officials, state and federal officials said Friday.

The Nov. 1 shooting divided the tiny town of Council in western Idaho and put a focus on the interaction between ranchers and police in the state’s rural areas, where it is common for vehicles to strike livestock and for the animals’ owners to come with guns to euthanize them.

Jack Yantis, 62, had arrived with a rifle as Adams County deputies decided to shoot the injured 2,500-pound bull because it was charging at emergency crews working to get the driver and a passenger out of the car. Authorities have said there was an altercation, and Yantis and two deputies all fired their weapons.

Yantis’ family has said the shooting was not justified and filed a legal notice of their intent to sue the county earlier this year. The notice is a precursor to a wrongful-death lawsuit seeking $500,000.

Attorney General Lawrence Wasden, who acted as a special prosecutor, wrapped up a four-month investigation and said there “is no other way to describe what happened that day as anything but tragic and unfortunate for the Yantis family and the entire community.”

Wasden reviewed more than 5,000 pages of reports, lab results, witness statements and other materials.

His decision came the same day U.S. Attorney Wendy Olson announced that her office would not pursue federal charges. Olson said Yantis’ death was a tragedy, but the evidence did not show the deputies intended to break the law.

The night of the shooting, Yantis’ relatives say he was having dinner with his nephew and a friend when he received a call that his bull had been hit along a highway. The group grabbed a .204 bolt action rifle to put down the animal and headed out.

Family members who say they were at the scene believe a deputy grabbed Yantis’ shoulder from behind and turned him around, which may have caused the gun to go off accidentally before deputies opened fire.

“The law set forth by the U.S. Supreme Court requires consideration of the fact that law enforcement officers are often forced to make split-second judgments in circumstances that are tense, uncertain, and rapidly evolving,” Olson said in a statement.

Authorities say no video or audio recordings exist, though Deputies Cody Rolland and Brian Wood were wearing body cameras.

Rolland, 38, has been a full-time deputy since July 2015, and Wood, 31, was hired in June 2013.

“I’m glad to have this part of the process behind us, but we are a long ways from having this over,” Sheriff Ryan Zollman said. “This is one step closer to healing our community.”

Zollman told The Associated Press that he had been advised by attorneys not to comment further because of ongoing litigation.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/07/29/idaho-deputies-who-shot-killed-rancher-wont-face-charges.html

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KNF — New Forest Order for Wilderness Area Restrictions

Forestry & USFS

July 29, 2016

YREKA, CA –   Acting Forest Supervisor Chris Frisbee has signed Forest Order No. 16-05-782, Wilderness Area Restrictions. The Order is in effect from July 28, 2016 until July 28, 2018.  “The previous Pacific Southwest Region Order for Wilderness Area Restrictions has been withdrawn and each national forest has been directed to issue their own Forest Order for Wilderness Area Restrictions. With the new order, the Klamath National Forest will now review and reissue this order every two years” said Chris Frisbee.

To protect natural resources within the Trinity Alps Wilderness, Siskiyou Wilderness, Marble Mountain Wilderness, and the Russian Wilderness of the Klamath National Forest, this order prohibits:

  1. Storing unattended equipment, personal property, or supplies for longer than a 24 hour period in the Wilderness areas.

  2. Disposing of debris, garbage, or other waste.

  3. Possessing or using a bicycle, wagon, cart, or other vehicle.

  4. Using a campsite or any other area within the Wilderness areas by a group of more than 25 persons.

Exemptions to this Order:

  1. Persons with a permit from the Forest Service specifically authorizing the otherwise prohibited act or omission.

  2. Any Federal, State, or local officer, or member of an organized rescue or fire fighting force in the performance of an official duty.

Please take a look at the attached Forest Order No. 16-05-782 Wilderness Use Restrictions.

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Klamath National Forest Order No. 16-05-783 – Occupany and Use

Forestry & USFS

July 29, 2016

YREKA, CA –   Acting Forest Supervisor, Chris Frisbee, has signed Forest Order No. 16-05-783, limiting Occupancy and Use of the Klamath National Forest. The Order is effective from July 28, 2016 until July 28, 2018. The order supersedes Order No. 85-05-97, Occupancy and Use, which was signed by Robert L. Rice on February 1, 1982.

“This new order is the same as the order that has been in effect for all these years.  With the new order, the Klamath National Forest will now review and reissue this order every two years” said Acting Forest Supervisor, Chris Frisbee.

“This order is necessary to reduce the impacts to natural resources associated with long-term established camps and to reduce the likelihood and frequency of public safety incidents related to unauthorized, residential camping” said Chris Frisbee.

This Order prohibits:

  1. Camping in any one location for more than 14 consecutive days.

  2. Camping within the Klamath National Forest for more than 30 days per calendar year.

Exemptions from this order:

  1. Persons with a permit from the Forest Service specifically authorizing the otherwise prohibited act or omission.

  2. Any Federal, State, or local officer, or member of an organized rescue or fire fighting force in the performance of an official duty.

Please take a look at the attached Forest Order No. 16-05-783 for Occupancy and Use of the Klamath National Forest.

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Liz Writes Life 7-26-16

Liz Writes Life

July 26, 2016

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA

Now, we have lots of cabbage! One of the cabbages was splitting, so I pulled it out of the ground and cut off the stem. It is a good five pounds. Did the same to another and it was even bigger after pulling off several of the big outside leaves. Went to pull the next big cabbage, oops, it was slimy and rotten most of the way through. Never had that happen before, especially when the ground was dry underneath. Jack does the irrigating and he does not over-water. That one went in the compost pile. The last cabbage was also pretty big, but darned if some varmint hadn’t eaten nearly a third of it. We are thinking maybe a raccoon! So, that one also went to the compost pile. Later, we noticed a buck munching on the giant leaves. We ended up with only two cabbages, but they are huge and fill half of the bottom of the refrig.

Then, I decided to transplant the three cabbages that grew in the six-pack and were about two to-inches tall. I wanted to get them in the garden before this hot week of temps hit. Don’t know if they will make it or not. The others that were planted, by seed, directly in the garden and the three that Jack transplanted several weeks ago look good and are six or more inches tall. These are our winter cabbage experiment, so we will see how they do in the heat and then the cold.

POW meets

Scott Valley Protect Our Water will meet this Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the Fort Jones Community Center. Time is 7 p.m. Please bring a dessert to share as we eat before, during and after.

Fundraiser

The Siskiyou Water Users Assoc. is holding a fund raiser on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016 at the Lake Shastina Golf Resort. It begins at 5:30 p.m. no-host bar and at 6 p.m. and is a pasta dinner buffet. There will be a Dessert Auction and Live Auction of a HMR 17 rifle, golfing at the Lake Shastina Resort, a ton of hay and 300 pound pig. Cost is $25 each. Speakers include Richard Marshall, president of the Siskiyou Water Users, Troy Graves, manager of the Golf Resort, and Siskiyou Co. Dist. 1 Supervisor Brandon Criss. The band “Gimmi Shelter” will play dance music until 10 p.m. For more info call Kathy Bergeron at 530-842-4400.

Marijuana

I asked Ray Haupt, our Dist. 5 Siskiyou Co. Supervisor, about the marijuana ordinance situation after the ballot initiatives passed on June 6th. He said the “T” and “U” initiatives were about enforcement and the number of plants that can be grown. The ballot initiatives actually strengthen the county’s ordinance. For the enforcement part, anyone growing pot must live in a habitable structure with water and sewer on private property. No camping.

“U” actually reduces the 2015 county ordinance section regarding how many plants can be grown. The maximum is now 12 on any size of property. And the plants must be grown in a greenhouse or other permitted structure. So a building permit must be obtained from the county for this structure.

Ray said last year and this spring there continued to be a flood of new growers into the county purchasing private property and blatantly putting in large plantations. The county supervisors certified the June 6th 2016 election on July 5th, so enforcement of the new “T” and “U” initiatives began taking place.

Siskiyou Co. Sheriff Jon Lopey reported the newly-formed Siskiyou Interagency Marijuana Investigation Team issued 21 notices to violators illegally growing in the Klamath River Country Estates, Mt. Shasta Vista, Mt. Shasta Forest and Pleasant (Butte) Valley and additional notices are being prepared. The Team also began enforcement actions in Scott Valley and South County.

During the second week of July, 497 illegal marijuana plants were eradicated from Mt. Shasta Forest outside McCloud. The sheriff’s dept. along with the Marijuana Team and the USFS eradicated over 6,000 plants in the Methodist Creek area in the Salmon River area and were able to arrest a suspected cartel member on July 15th.

So the county is trying to stop this huge influx of marijuana growers. I hope more resources and man-power can be found for more support.

Jefferson

I heard the First Assembly of the State of Jefferson went really well last Saturday, July 23rd in Live Oak, California. More than 400 people showed up to begin the process of organizing the new state. Yes, it is not a done deal. Yes, the state legislature will not entertain the idea of splitting California, but this group says it has to keep moving.

After a morning of speakers, including Siskiyou’s Mark Baird, members from the 21 counties that have declared the need to withdraw from the State of California set up priorities and committees. This was the first process of moving past grievances and making the step to assemble a government. Enthusiasm was high and some of the first committees organized were the Declaration of Independence, Creating a Constitution, Assets (Natural Resources), Marketing and Fundraising. Way to go!

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Call her at 530-467-3515.

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Man arrested in California shooting also a suspect in Oregon murder, police say

CRIMINAL, Siskiyou County

Tehama County and also Siskiyou shooting, carjacking and kidnapping make Fox News. Have no idea why this is a “Latino” story?– Editor Liz Bowen

Edwin Lara, currently held in the Tahama County Jail in California for allegedly shooting a man and stealing a car with a woman and her two sons inside, is also a suspect in the murder of Kaylee Sawyer over the weekend in the picturesque of Bend, Oregon, police say.

A body that resembles the 23-year-old Sawyer was found Tuesday but has not yet been positively identified.

Police believe Sawyer encountered Edwin Lara, a 31-year-old with an associate degree in criminal justice who was working as a security guard at a community college.

Lara’s wife, Isabel Ponce-Lara, went to police in their hometown of Redmond, Oregon, on Monday, crying uncontrollably and saying Lara had told her that he hit Sawyer with his patrol vehicle, killing her, then panicked and hid her body, according to documents filed in court.

After tearfully telling his story to her, Lara drove off, said his wife, a new Bend police officer who was worried that he was suicidal.

The next day Lara was being held in California accused of shooting a man at a motel before stealing a car and forcing one of the sons to drive at gunpoint. He let the family members go along Interstate 5.

The gunshot victim at the Super 8 was last listed in critical condition on Tuesday.

Police went to their home and found Sawyer’s blood-soaked purse, bloody women’s and men’s clothing and other belongings in a shed, according to 62 pages of affidavits filed with the Deschutes County Circuit Court in Bend.

The officers said evidence showed Lara had committed crimes of vehicular homicide, assault and hit-and-run.

Deschutes County District Attorney John Hummel isn’t buying the story about Lara having accidentally run over Sawyer.

Lara “did unlawfully and intentionally cause the death of Kaylee Anne Sawyer,” the murder charge filed against him Tuesday reads.

Circuit Court Judge Alta Brady has prohibited all parties in the case, including attorneys and the district attorney’s office, from publicly commenting on it.

Hummel told The Associated Press in an email that consequently he could not say what evidence led his office to charge Lara with murder instead of vehicular homicide.

But he added: “I can tell you that I would not file charges alleging a person intentionally killed a person if I did not have evidence to support the assertion.”

Hundreds of people attended a candlelight vigil for Sawyer in a Bend park on Tuesday evening. TV news reports showed mourners remembering her as a caring person with a radiant smile.

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2016/07/28/man-arrested-in-california-shooting-also-suspect-in-oregon-murder-police-say/

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Correction: Only 1 meeting with Congressman LaMalfa on Friday

Doug LaMalfa Congressman CA

Due to mis-communications it has now been clarified — Congressman Doug LaMalfa will only hold one meeting in

Yreka on Friday, July 29, 2016.

It is at 5:30 p.m. at the Yreka City Council Chambers on 4th Street in Yreka.

Sorry about the confusion !!!!!

— Liz Bowen

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Siskiyou Co: Crazy shooting, car jacking, kidnapping and CHP car chase started in Yreka

Siskiyou County
    • Two arrested in Yreka carjacking

  • On July 26 at 5 a.m., YPD received a phone call advising of a shooting victim at Super 8 Motel, 136 Montague Road in Yreka.

  • Siskiyou Daily News
  • Posted Jul. 26, 2016 at 11:01 AM

    YREKA

    According to the Yreka Police Department:

    On July 26 at 5 a.m., YPD received a phone call advising of a shooting victim at Super 8 Motel, 136 Montague Road in Yreka. Yreka Police Department officers arrived on the scene and contacted the victim who had been shot in the stomach. Emergency Medical Services transported the victim to Fairchild Medical Center.

    At about 5:05 a.m., YPD received a phone call from a male located at the Mobil gas station, 735 N. Main St., who reported that his car was taken with his family inside the car. He reported that three family members were in the car. Officers from YPD, Yreka area California Highway Patrol and the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Office searched the area for the suspect/suspects.

    At about 5:41 a.m., a 9-1-1 call was received from the three victims and they reported that they were dropped off on Interstate 5 north of the Weed rest area and were unharmed. Yreka CHP responded to the area and transported the victims to the Yreka Police Department.

    At about 6:18 a.m., YPD received information about a cell phone being pinged with a possible location of the suspects on I-5 north of Redding, California. Law enforcement shared this information throughout the region and at about 7:01 a.m., Red Bluff CHP advised that they had two suspects in custody and the victim’s vehicle.

    Two suspects were booked into the Tehama County Jail on charges of attempted murder, kidnapping, carjacking, burglary and other charges. The suspects are Edwin Enoc Lara, 31, from Bend, Oregon, and Aundrea Elizabeth Maes, 19, from Salem, Oregon. Yreka Police is currently working with Bend Police Department in a missing person case in the city of Bend, Oregon.

    The victim has been transferred to Rouge Valley Hospital and is in unstable and critical condition. The identity is withheld at this time due to next of kin not being notified.

    At this time Yreka police and allied agencies are working multiple crime scenes and collecting evidence.

    If anyone happened to observe anything about these crimes, contact the Yreka Police Department at (530) 841-2300.

    http://www.siskiyoudaily.com/article/20160726/NEWS/160729805/1000096/NEWS

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Scott Valley POW meets 7-28-16

POW

Scott Valley Protect Our Water

Meets

Thursday, July 28, 2016

7 p.m.

Fort Jones Community Center

Ice tea and cold water will be available!

Agenda:

Ray Haupt, Siskiyou Co. Supervisor Dist 5.

Richard Marshall, Siskiyou Water Users President

Mark Baird will report on First Assembly held by the proponents of the State of Jefferson

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83-year old woman, fed up with husband, breaks iron skillet over his head, police say

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PNP comment: It really isn’t funny. It really could happen — more often! — Editor Liz Bowen

An 83-year-old Bellingham woman beat her husband, also 83, over the head with a cast iron skillet in an alleged assault that cracked the pan in half early Saturday, July 23, according to police.

Linda Jane Houser called police around 12:10 a.m. to report she had beaten her husband with a skillet in their home at 2423 View Ridge Drive, said Bellingham Police Sgt. Mike Scanlon.

At the house Linda Houser freely admitted she attacked her husband of 66 years, Milton Houser, because she was done dealing with him, according to police.

She told officers she was “fed up,” and that “she was trying to kill him,” a deputy prosecutor, Evan Jones, said in court on Monday. She accused him of a lifetime of emotional abuse.

A large cast iron skillet — broken down the middle, and covered in blood — was recovered as evidence. Milton Houser needed staples for a bleeding head wound, but he was conscious and able to speak with police at the house.

He told officers they got into an argument, but he denied she hit him.

“I think he was probably trying to look out for his wife,” Scanlon said.

Police arrested Linda Houser on suspicion of assault in the first degree. She has no criminal record. Her bail was set over the weekend at $40,000 by a Municipal Court judge.

On Monday at another bail hearing, Milton Houser asked a Superior Court commissioner to let his           wife go home so they could take care of their finances. Commissioner Alfred Heydrich asked Milton Houser if he was concerned for his safety.

“I’m not concerned about my wife’s safety,” Milton Houser replied. “I’m not going to do anything to my wife.”

“I’m asking about your safety, sir,” Heydrich said. “You’re the one who got apparently smacked in the head with an iron skillet.”

“Well, yes,” Milton said. “I did. I guess.”

Heydrich lowered bail to $7,500 and issued a no-contact order between the husband and wife. Over the next 15 minutes Milton Houser seemed confused as he asked how he could talk to his wife, when she would come home and where she would be staying.

“We’ve been married 65 – over 65 years,” Milton Houser said. “She could’ve left, with anybody she wanted to.”

“Look,” Heydrich said. “My mom and dad were married for 65 years. I get it, OK? But this is a very exceptional situation here. She’s accused of a very serious crime: essentially trying to kill you. There seems to be some pretty solid evidence of that, and I would be derelict in my duty if I allowed her to come home to you, under those circumstances.”

Linda Houser, meanwhile, said she understood the no-contact order. If she posts bond she plans to live with a sister in the Puget neighborhood.

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Correction: Congressman Doug LaMalfa to hold all Siskiyou meetings on Friday, July 29

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Anyone who thought Congressman LaMalfa will be in Siskiyou on Thursday, it was a typo-mistake.  All meetings in Siskiyou will be on Friday.

Washington, DC – Rep. Doug LaMalfa (R-CA) today announced that he will be holding a community meeting in Yreka this Friday, July 29th. Constituents are invited to join Rep. LaMalfa and his staff to discuss his work in Congress, legislative updates, and other issues affecting the North State.

What: Yreka Community Coffee

When: Friday, July 29th, 2016 from 8:00am-9:30am

Where: Yreka City Council Chambers, 701 Fourth Street,

Yreka, CA 96097

For more information, please contact Representative LaMalfa’s Redding District Office at (530) 223-5898.

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