PEOPLE V. VESSELS, JAMES - Defendant was convicted of felony violations of Penal Code sections 530.5(c)(3), Identify Theft of More Than 10 persons with a Special Allegation Enhancement 12022.1(b)(1), Committing a Felony while Out on Bail, 1320(b), Failure to Appear for a Felony while on Own Recognizance, 4573.8, Possession of Alcohol in Jail, 594(a), Vandalism over $400, Health and Safety Code Section 11379(a), Possession of Controlled Substance for Sale, and misdemeanor violations of 148(a), Resist Obstruct Delay a Peace Officer and 530.5(c)(1), Identity Theft. Defendant was sentenced to 8 years prison, $1,455.18 Restitution, and 4 years of this sentence to be served on Mandatory Supervision. This case was prosecuted by DDA Neumann and Glenn County Sheriff's Office Deputies Ayres, Sanchez, Martinez, Corbin, Barnes, Lemmon, Lopeteguy, Tuma, Thompson, and Sergeant Gibbs; CHP Officers Williams and Cushman; Glenn County Probation Department Officers Van Eck, and Edwards; and Willows Police Department Sergeant McIntyre and Chief Dahl.
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PEOPLE V. MEDINA, MERANDA DAWN- Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Health and Safety Code section 11378, Possession of Drugs for Sales. Defendant was sentenced to a split sentence of 1 year state prison and 3 years of Mandatory Supervision. This case was prosecuted by DDA Coffey with assistance from Glenn County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheldon.
A new Bee Where quick start guide is available.
BeeWhere is a new service for beekeepers to fulfill their regulatory obligations to register
and report colony locations to the local County Agricultural Commissioners. It is accessible
through the secure CalAgPermits BeeWhere web site BeeWhere.calagpermits.org and
Public Information Officer Contact: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Amy Travis, Deputy Director OES Date: February 4, 2019
Missing Persons in Mendocino National Forest
Free Electronic Waste Collection on Saturday February 2, 2019. The event will be held at Willows Intermediate School (WIS), 1145 W. Cedar St., Willows, CA. This is a fundraiser for the WIS student body. For contact information and accepted waste, see details in flyer.
PEOPLE V. HARRIS, KEITH- Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code sections 245(c), Assault on a Peace Officer with a Deadly Weapon on Officers Carmon and Carrillo of the Orland Police Department with a Strike and 245(a)(1), Assault on a Deadly Weapon, to wit the Concrete Floor, with admission of a Strike Prior. Defendant was sentenced to 12 years state prison. This case was prosecuted by DA Stewart with assistance from Orland Police Department Officers Carmon, Carrillo, Mills, Roenspie, and Sergeant Vlach, Glenn County Sheriff's Office Detective Felton and Deputies Draper, Lemmon, Kelso, Martinez, Corbin, and Jacinto.
Your February 2019 CalFresh benefits may post to your EBT account early!
Due to the Federal Government shut-down, if your case is eligible to February 2019 CalFresh benefits you may receive your benefits early. If you do not get your February CalFresh benefits early, and you
The Glenn County Landfill will accept a limited amount of Waste Agricultural Tires on Saturday, February 2, 2019 & Saturday, March 2, 2019. Restrictions Apply, see attached flyer for details.
**TIRE DISPOSAL VOUCHERS ARE REQUIRED FOR DISPOSAL**
Vouchers are limited and may be obtained at the Glenn County Public Works Agency Office at 777 N. Colusa Street, Willows, CA 95988.
PEOPLE V. MILLER, JESSE- Defendant was convicted of a felony violation of Penal Code sections 594(b)(1), Vandalism Over $400 and 29805, Felon in Possession of a Firearm. Defendant was sentenced to 3 years 8 months state prison. This case was prosecuted by DA Stewart with assistance from Glenn County Sheriff's Department Deputies Snider, Corbin, Francis, Branson, Thompson, Ramirez, and Ayres.