Oroville Mercury-Register

Police Logs


This informatio­n has been taken from the Chico Police Department, Butte County Sheriff’s Office, Oroville Police Department and the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office.

Wednesday BURGLARY Seven Mile Lane, Durham:

An all terrain vehicle was reported stolen and the gate securing the ATV was found broken.

Torey Pine Road, Magalia: A contractor at a property reported that iit was broken into.

THEFT Olive Highway, Oroville:

A man took a woman to his hotel room and reported that she stole his wallet and credit cards after he fell asleep. Security told the man she was a regular at the casino, but didn’t have her name.

Lava Rock Drive, Chico:

Mailboxes were reported broken into.

Cox Lane, Palermo:

Generators were reported stolen.


Farley Street, Oroville: A woman reported that a hospice worker taking care of her sister in law brandished a firearm after she fired the worker for an incident involving the hospice worker’s 18-year-old son who tried to fight the woman’s 15-yearold daughter.

Thursday THEFT

South Villa Avenue, Palermo: A water pump was reported stolen.

Lazy Trail Drive, Chico: $200 in a coin jar, a chainsaw and a leaf blower was reported stolen from an unlocked garage.

Nord Avenue, Chico: A theft was reported.


Oroville Dam Boulevard West, Oroville: A faucet at Los Compadres Mexican restaurant was reportedly torn out.


Potter Ravine Drive,

Oroville: A property owner reported that tenants who were evicted by sheriff deputies the day before returned to the property and stole items from a cargo container that belonged to the owner.

THEFT Olive Highway, Oroville:

A man reported their backpack was stolen off his bike at the Gold Country Casino parking lot.

Notre Dame Boulevard, Chico: A shopliftin­g was reported at Raleys.


Loren Avenue, Chico: The ex-fiancé of an employee at Weiss McNair was reported to have shown up at the business, thrown clothes on their ex-partner’s car and harassed another employee and sent threatenin­g messages.

Del Oro Drive, Magalia:

A woman reported that a newspaper delivered to her house had a paper in it that stated “love your race” with a white female adult on the front. The person said they believed it was a hate crime to her and her neighbors

Saturday THEFT

Dawson Court, Magalia: Chainsaws and work boots were reported stolen from a residence.

Sunday THEFT

La Foret Drive, Oroville: Recyclable­s were reported taken from an unlocked vehicle.

VANDALISM McAnarlin Avenue, Durham:

A vehicle and boat were reported spray tagged overnight. The owner raised concern that the graffiti is gang related.

Monday BURGLARY Otterson Drive, Chico:

Burglary at a commercial business was reported.

Tuesday THEFT

Oroville Dam Boulevard East, Oroville: Grand theft was reported.

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