Crime Reports: $1,600 stolen in Red Bluff burglary
Two doors were damaged and about $1,600 worth of goods stolen during a residential burglary on Saturday at on Antelope Boulveard in Red Bluff.
Ronald Gordon Fuston reported that someone forced their way into his residence through the front door and then kicked in a bedroom door causing damage to both doors, the Tehama County Sheriff's Department reported.
Deputies reported a Toshiba digital camera, Toshiba model S-850 lap top computer, Play Station II, Dragon computer headset and program, and three vehicle pink slips were stolen. The estimated value of the loss is $1,630.
A witness gave the following description of the burglary suspect: a white male, 25 to 30 years old, 5 feet 11 inches, and medium weight. He was wearing clear glasses, a dark colored baseball cap, tan Carhart pants and a brown canvass hunting coat, the Sheriff's Department stated.
Gun, computer stolen
A gun and computer were among about $1,450 worth of goods stolen from a Eighmy Road home in Cottonwood between 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Monday, the Tehama County Sheriff's Department reported.
The thieves entered unlocked door to the garage, then used tools in the garage to pry open a locked out building on the property owned by Clinton Marshall.
The items stolen were an HP laptop, a Husky chain saw, a Crate brand amp with a 10-inch built in speaker, a Honey Well safe, a 20 gauge Savage brand semi-automatic shotgun, a Cannon ZR50MC camcorder and a gas can with five gallons of gas.
Felony arrest in Los Molinos
A Los Molinos woman was arre3sted on drug-related charges after she reportedly admitted to being in possession of marijuana without a recommendation, the Tehama County Sheriff's Department reported.
Gridley, 30, was stopped while walking on Fifth Avenue in the Los Molinos area on Thursday.
During a search of Gridley's backpack, deputies reported finding several types of prescription medications that were not prescribed to her and several baggies of methamphetamine.
Gridley was arrested and booked into the Tehama County Jail on suspicion of possession of controlled substances. Bail was set at $30,000.
Parole reportedly in possession of drugs
A search of a Los Molinos parolee reportedly led Tehama County sheriff's deputies to prescription medication in his backpack.
David Louis Fulton, 44, was walking on Sherwood Boulevard in Los Molinos at 11:55 p.m. Friday when he was stopped.
Fulton reportedly admitted that he did not have any prescription for the medication and was arrested on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and booked into the Tehama County Jail on $15,000 bail.