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Amador Arrest Log:

The following are arrests reported for the dates and times indicated. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. This information is part of the public record and is presented here as a public service.

Friday, January 31

Pioneer

James Alakai Peopoe, 45, Jackson; 7:41 p.m. on the 16000 block of Deer Trail; Violation of post release community supervision. 

Monday, February 3

Jackson

Jessica Maureen Pras, NA, Transient; 11:47 a.m. at the Amador County Sheriff’s Office; Felony warrant arrest; Misdemeanor warrant arrest; Failure to appear.

Matthew Clifford Harris, 32, Oroville; 8:59 a.m. at the Amador County Superior Court; Remand from court. 

Tuesday, February 4

Jackson

Laura Mary Reyna, 51, Modesto; 12:42 a.m. on Highway 49; Possession of a controlled substance for sale; Possession of paraphernalia to smoke/ inject a controlled substance. 

Perry Lee Nichols, 60, Jackson; 2:49 p.m. on the 500 block of Sutter Street; Disorderly conduct: alcohol. 

Brian Len Mulally, 48, Jackson; 11:45 p.m. at the Amador County Sheriff’s Office; Felony warrant arrest; Destroying/ concealing evidence; Possession of a controlled substance; Possession of paraphernalia to smoke/ inject a controlled substance.

William Jacob Gleason, 22, Mountain Ranch; 1:04 p.m. at the Amador County Sheriff’s Office; Deface with paint/ Etc. 

Wednesday, February 5

Ione

Cynthia Ann Daulton Stull, 57, Morada; 12:28 p.m. on Buena Vista Road and Highway 88; Felony warrant arrest. 

Thursday, February 6

Jackson

David Andre Mitchell Sr., 52, Rancho Cordova; 11:33 a.m. at the Amador County Probation Department; Theft of personal property; Petty theft less than $950. 

Adam Jacob Douglas, 29, Jackson; 4:56 p.m. on China Graveyard and Jackson Gate; Resisting/obstructing a peace officer; Disorderly conduct: alcohol. 

Sutter Creek

Joseph Gabriel Eggert, NA, Manteca; 9:29 p.m. on Ridge Road and Gold County Lane; Felony warrant arrest. 

Pioneer

John Emmitt Dunn Jr., 67, Pioneer; 8:24 p.m. on the 27065 block of Highway 88; Failure to appear. 

Friday, February 7

Jackson

Jesus Marcus Hernandez, 46, Stockton; 4:02 a.m. on New York Ranch Road; Felony warrant arrest. 

Saturday, February 8

Jackson

Anthony Joseph Massei IV, 49, Sutter Creek; 12:04 p.m. on the 1400 block of Highway 49; Contempt: disobeying a court order.

Amador Call Log:

The following is a partial listing of calls received by Amador County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers on the dates and times indicated.

Monday, February 3

10:27 a.m. Disturbing the Peace: Occurred on Cedar Heights Drive, Pioneer. Subject not allowing the caller to have their mutual child back. No custody or court orders. 

11:18 a.m. Theft of Property: Occurred on Old Sacramento Road, Plymouth. Every mailbox along the road is open. Caller states her mailbox was also open but the caller already picked up her mail. 

1:03 p.m. Vandalism: Occurred on New York Ranch Road, Jackson. A friend of the caller’s husband keyed their cars this morning and sent texts to the caller’s husband last night about her regarding the incident and made other concerning comments about stalking the caller’s house. 

5:07 p.m. Disturbing the Peace: Occurred at Jackson Hills Apartments, Jackson. A silver sedan with two white females who are both under the influence is breaking windows and mirrors of other vehicles. 

7:59 p.m. Theft of Property: Occurred at Church of the Nazarene, Sutter Creek. Caller states a bank bag and wallet were taken out of the pickup. Caller’s pickup door does not close properly. Discover contacted the caller that a charge for $500 was attempted at Walgreens. 

Tuesday, February 4

12:21 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred at the Amador County Sheriff’s Office, Jackson. Caller states he was advised there was something placed in or under his pickup. The caller is not able to say who told him or what it is.

6:20 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Shake Ridge Road, Sutter Creek. Caller can hear subjects walking around on glass outside his residence. Caller states he does not hear well so it is unknown how many subjects. Caller does not want to get out of bed to look to see if there are any flashlights/ headlights. 

11:13 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred at Togo’s, Martell. Male subject paid with a fake $100 bill. The bill is currently being held at BBVA.

2:20 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred at Jackson Laundromat, Jackson. White male in a green jacket urinated on the ground and is now laying against the wall between the thrift store and laundromat. 

2:57 p.m. Theft of Property: Occurred on Ponderosa Way, Pine Grove. Caller is the Post Master. Caller states someone broke into the parcel locker for the address and stole a package out of it. The homeowner is aware and wanted the caller to deal with it. 

6:21 p.m. Theft of Property: Occurred at Lowes, Martell. Two Hispanic females entered the store and left with multiple items, possibly vacuum cleaners in a blue box and a toilet seat. Left in a dark colored hatchback, possibly a Kia SOUL.

Wednesday, February 5

5:40 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred at Red Oak Drive, Ione. Caller came home and approximately 5 people are in his residence going through his belongings. 2 male subjects in cowboy hats, one black male and one Hispanic female. 

9:39 a.m. Vehicle Accident: Occurred at Michigan Bar Road/ Carbondale. Caller saw a plane going downward, then lost sight of the plane behind the hill. Caller can now see white smoke coming from trees with dark smoke going across the sky.

9:51 a.m. Log Information: Occurred at Sanders Aircraft, Willow Creek. Will be doing smoke testing today until 5 p.m.

1:15 p.m. Forgery: Occurred in Pioneer Creek Road, Pioneer. Caller’s ex-wife is using caller’s military benefits. Caller just received a bill that she is using his name with someone else’s social security number to obtain prescription meds. Per caller he has no legal obligation to provide her with benefits. 

5:46 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Highway 49, Drytown. Caller’s mother’s ex-boyfriend took the caller’s mother to the bank and had her transfer $20,000 to the ex-boyfriend’s account. Subject also took her trailer from the residence and intimidated her. Per the caller, the mother has a brain injury approximately 12 years ago and is easily manipulated. 

8:04 p.m. Any Civil Problem: Occurred on highway 49, Drytown. Caller is upset that subject took the caller’s trailer and is not bringing it back. Caller does not know where the subject is and would like her property. 

Thursday, February 6

10:27 a.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle: Occurred at BBVA Compass, Martell. Between BBVA and America’s Tire. Green truck with a green camper with no windows on the camper is parked on the side of the building. Appears to be occupied by a male and female. Male was wearing a hat. Per caller the truck has been parked and reparked today approximately 5 times. Caller advised one customer came in the bank and said his gas tank was tampered with. Caller is unsure if it is related. 

3:09 p.m. Vandalism: Occurred on Carbondale Road, Willow Creek. Neighbors have cut the caller’s fence causing his animals to get out. Caller has camera footage of the neighbor cutting the fence.

7:15 p.m. Citizen Assist: Occurred at Pine Grove Pizza, Pine Grove. Vehicle in the parking lot. Caller is advising an unknown subject put something under his truck. Caller could not elaborate what was under his truck and did not see anyone do it. Caller is requesting law enforcement assistance with checking.

8:56 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred at Old Well Motel and Grill, Drytown. Caller states ex tenant was evicted earlier today and he is back on the property. Caller states the subject is moving license plates amongst different vehicles. 

Friday, February 7

10:50 a.m. Any Civil Problem: Occurred on Stephanie Way, Pioneer. Caller is having on going issues with his neighbor who has been moving stakes from the property line. Caller has asked his neighbor not to move them but the neighbor refuses to listen. Caller is requesting law enforcement speak with him. 

2:21 p.m. Robbery: Occurred at Mollie Joyce Park, Pioneer. Subject threatened to shoot the caller and then took the caller’s dog leashes. Caller wants to have a report and to get the dog leashes back. Unknown if the subject has a weapon. 

5:26 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Climax Road, Pine Grove. Tent on the back of the property set up with approximately 50 needles. No one inside the tent when the caller approached it. Caller advised he can point out the tent upon law enforcement arrival. 

9:22 p.m. Disturbing the Peace: Occurred at Lake Camanche Mobile Home Park, Ione. Caller states his neighbor is playing loud obscene music.

10:11 p.m. Disturbing the Peace: Occurred at Robin Road, Pioneer. Large party and playing loud music. Caller requested to remain anonymous. 

Saturday, February 8

11:30 a.m. Unlawful Entry to Dwelling: Occurred on North Main Street, Jackson. Caller is waiting in front of the residence for law enforcement before she enters the residence. Caller believes someone was inside the residence. She saw a subject run across the back fence and jump over the neighbors fence. subject was last seen wearing blue jeans and bluish jacket. Caller is unsure if anyone else is inside. 

3:36 p.m. Suspicious Person and Vehicle: Occurred at Dalton General Store, Jackson. Silver Chevy Truck. Subject is trying to sell power tools out of the back of his truck for cash. Hispanic male, 30’s with a red jacket and ball cap.

5:05 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Latrobe Road, Plymouth. Possible this address has a trailer and red vehicle near the barn. Caller was picking up a trailer from the neighbor and witnessed a Hispanic male with two roosters under his arms coming out of the barn. Per the neighbor stating the subject has a history of fighting roosters. Caller heard many roosters in the barn and believes he may be fighting roosters currently.

Sunday, February 9

1:09 a.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Woodridge Drive, Pioneer. Caller states someone opened the front door to the residence and the chain lock kept it from opening all the way. Set off the alarm. Caller looked around with a flashlight and did not see anyone.

1:28 a.m. Theft of Property: Occurred at the Jackson Rancheria Casino and Resort, Jackson. Caller states someone stole her mother’s $853 ticket. Ticket fell out of the purse and was taken off the ground. Tribal security has video surveillance proof.

9:05 a.m. Suspicious Person: Occurred on Ponderosa Way, Pine Grove. Caller states a male subject is in her backyard. Caller tried to call her dog but is not returning. 

12:10 p.m. Unlawful Entry to Dwelling: Occurred at Buckhorn Mobile Home Park, Pioneer. Caller is stating there are multiple subjects inside the residence, unknown description. Starting last night there were four male subjects in the house all younger subjects with long hair. Caller can hear drawers being opened and talking.

12:54 p.m. Suspicious Circumstances: Occurred on Jackson Valley Road, Ione. Caller bought gas from a gas station in Lockeford for $40, but was contacted by his bank stating it was for $75. Caller believes his card information was stolen. 

1:28 a.m. Theft of Property: Occurred at the Jackson Rancheria Casino and Resort, Jackson. Caller dropped her ticket for $791 around half an hour ago and someone cashed it in. Caller would like to press charges.

6:47 p.m. Generic Fire Call: Occurred on Tanyard Lane, Pine Grove. Fire somewhere in the callers house. Unknown where the fire is coming from. Smoke in the upstairs.