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KPAY News Archives for 2019-10

Chico Burglary Arrest

Early this morning (Thursday) officers responded to a burglary alarm at the Pick and Pull on East Park Avenue. Officers learned that a man was seen within the fenced area of the property allegedly going through vehicles. Officers found the suspect at the business, identified as David Bowers who then fled on foot. A K-9 reportedly found Bowers hiding under debris at an adjacent property and he was arrested. 
Chico Police say this is the third time, this year, Bowers had been arrested for allegedly stealing from Pick and Pull.

Butte County Authorities Searching for Suspect

Butte County Detectives are on the lookout for one person and have arrested two after a vehicle chase. It all began early Tuesday morning, when Sheriff's Deputies tried to stop a vehicle in Oroville driven by 34 year old Shane Keck of Oroville. Keck took off and deputies gave chase through Oroville. Keck then drove into a driveway and took off on foot. He was spotted later that day in the area of Gold Country Casino where he was pursued on foot for five minutes. He was found hiding in the front yard of a residence and arrested for felony evading and vehicle theft. Authorities found a lumber rack had been removed from the stolen truck and are now seeking 40 year old Patrick Marriott of Chico for that. While searching for Marriott, authorities came across 45 year old Theresa Douglas and she was taken into custody on various drug charges.
Below is Patrick Mariott, the suspect at-large.

PG&E Possible Credits For Those Impacted By the Power Shutoffs

SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — Pacific Gas & Electric says it is exploring giving credits to Northern California customers affected by an Oct. 9 power shut-off intended to prevent strong winds from damaging equipment and sparking fires.

PG&E president Bill Johnson said Tuesday he agrees with Gov. Gavin Newsom's suggestion that the company credit its customers. But Johnson said details still need to be hammered out.

Newsom had suggested $100 per household, or $250 per business. Johnson said customers deserve credits because the utility handled the outage poorly — with a faulty website, inaccurate maps and unreliable lines of communication.

As of 5 p.m Tuesday, PG&E says about 435,000 customers — or nearly 1.1 million people — were without power.

The overall weather picture in northern areas is improving, as powerful, dry winds bring extreme fire weather to Southern California.

Vaping Forum Tonight

A community forum on the vaping epidemic impacting local youth is happening at 7:30 tonight at the Marsh Junior High School Student Union on 2253 Humboldt Road. The forum - sponsored by the Chico Unified school district - is free and open to the public. A free light dinner will also be provided. Presenters will include representatives from Butte County Public Health. A Q&A session with presenters will be held after the presentations. Those planning to attend are encouraged but not required to register at

Butte Strong Fund Grants

The Butte Strong Fund committee approved several grants this month.


According to a Butte Strong Fund press release:


The Trauma and Grief Recovery program requested $25,000 for a 10 week counseling program for 14 to 18 year olds and the cost for running trauma and grief support groups.


A grant of $21,219 will cover wages and benefits for a part-time case manager, which will help the Jesus Center to take on more Camp Fire cases.


Butte County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit received a grant for $50,000 that will allow the department to add two K-9 units and provide a basic handler course for two officers.


$50,000 went to the Peg Taylor Center to partially cover salaries and benefits for a program director, administrator, assistant administrator, social workers, therapeutic activity coordinator and nurses.


Another $50,000 was requested from Resilience Resources for group counseling for people distressed by the Camp Fire.


The Paradise Symphony was given $12,000 to cover facility rentals for four concerts at the Paradise Performing Arts Center.


Nearly $49,700 was granted to Forest Therapy for Community Recovery to cover costs to develop a pilot project to provide forest therapy guide certifications to local mental health professionals and other health and wellness service providers. This in order to provide guided forest therapy sessions for at least 450 Camp Fire survivors.


Camp Fire Acupuncture Program, Phase II of Chico Community Acupuncture was given $25,000 grant to provide about 1,000 free acupuncture treatments to 200 to 300 individuals.


With the latest grants, the North Valley Community Foundation has granted $27.5 million for community recovery through the Butte Strong Fund, Camp Fire Relief Fund and donor-designated funds.

School Closures Due to Power Shutoff

Due to the Pending PG&E Power Shutoff...Paradise Unified School District announced through their Facebook Page there will be no School today ...if the Shutoff continues thru Wednesday as PG&E watched weather conditions they may stay closed..
The Butte College website says there will be no classes at the main campus today. They say their other locations will be open for classes as usual.

A New Round of PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs

PG&E began restoring power Monday to customers impacted by the Public Safety Power Shutoff. However, PG&E has now started another round of power outages starting this morning and will go through Wednesday. PG&E said the first wave has started and has impacted portions of Butte, Tehama, Shasta, Plumas, and Trinity counties. The utility will then continue throughout the day to turn off power to the rest of the counties, affecting 29 counties total and some 605 thousand customers.

According to PG&E, some areas that have not had their power restored may have to wait until Friday before their power is turned back on.

PG&E Resource Centers Open This Morning

Community Resource Centers are set to open in order to provide restrooms, water, and charging stations for mobile devices for those impacted by PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff. 


Butte County:

2100 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Strip mall
14144 Lakeridge Court

8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Bird Street School
1421 Bird Street
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Chico Domestic Dispute and Vehicle Pursuit

Officers responded to the 31 hundred block of the Esplanade around 4:30 Sunday afternoon when a woman reported that her boyfriend had damaged her car and then taken it. A responding officer spotted the vehicle traveling southbound on Highway 99 and attempted to stop the vehicle, but the driver reportedly kept going leading to a pursuit. The driver finally stopped on the Midway, south of Durham and he was taken into custody. According to Chico PD, the driver, identified as Timothy Jayne was charged with multiple warrants as well as evading officers, driving under the influence, vehicle theft and tampering.

Oakland Man Arrested in Chico

Officers met with a woman after 10 Saturday morning when she told them her vehicle had been stolen. Officers further investigated and learned that the suspect was the woman's former boyfriend who was allegedly armed with a handgun when he stole her car keys he then reportedly battered and threatened her. Officers went to the 16 hundred block of Forest Avenue where they found the suspected stolen vehicle and the suspect fleeing on foot. Officers reportedly found the suspect attempted to change his clothes at J-C Penney. According to Chico Police, the suspect, identified as 23-year-old Dante Murphy was arrested for multiple charges including robbery and vehicle theft.

Power Shut off Latest

SANTA ROSA, California (AP) — Some of the millions of people in Northern California on track to get their electricity back may not have power restored before another round of strong winds threaten to damage power lines and spark fires. 

Butte Strong Grant for Butte County First Responders

Butte County first responders will now receive counseling and other health and wellness services in the aftermath of the Camp Fire. This thanks to a $1,000,000 grant from the Butte Strong Fund. The grant for the Butte County First Responders and Trauma Response Program was requested by Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea on behalf of law enforcement and fire agencies in the county. According to the North Valley Community Foundation, the grant will allow the program to employ four counselors with a background in serving the needs of law enforcement and firefighters.

"These Funds provide us with an opportunity to proactively address emotional trauma among Butte County's first responders and promote strategies to protect mental and physical well-being throughout the span of their careers," said Sheriff Honea. The sheriff said that he was grateful for the funding and the incredible support first responders are receiving from the North Valley Community Foundation and Butte Strong.

Tree Right of Entry Centers to Open

The Paradise Town Council and the Butte County Board of Supervisors passed ordinances Thursday requiring the removal of hazard trees damaged by the Camp Fire from private property that may fall into public roadways. Property owners may enter the Government Tree Program to have the trees removed by the state at no out of pocket cost. Enrollment in the program requires a Right-of-Entry from. Property owners may also remove hazard trees themselves, but must submit an inspection from so an inspector may verify removal of the hazard trees from the property.


3 Tree ROE Centers open Monday, October 28 at the following locations:


The Community Employment Center, 78 Table Mountain Boulevard, Oroville

8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday


Butte County Library, Paradise Branch, 5922 Clark Road

Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm


Butte County Library, Chico Branch, 1108 Sherman Avenue

Tuesday through Thursday 10 am to 6 pm and Friday and Saturday 10 am to 5 pm


Property owners may also call the Tree ROE Center directly at (530) 552-3030 or submit Tree ROEs by email at


The Tree ROE is available for download online at

PG&E Power Restoration

PG&E, at last report, has restored power to 93 percent of customers impacted by the Public Safety Power Shutoff. That shutoff started Wednesday afternoon and affected 178 thousand customers in portions of 18 counties. On Thursday safety patrols and inspections took place before PG&E began restoring power. PG&E lists Butte County as having its power 100 percent restored. According to PG&E spokesperson Paul Moreno, power should be fully restored to all customers sometime today.

PG&E is Expecting Another Power Shutoff This weekend

Another high wind event is expect to pass through Northern California starting late Saturday or early Sunday morning and lasting possibly through Tuesday. PG&E's Chief Meteorologist Scott Strenfel says this could be the strongest wind event of the season. The National Weather Service is expected to issue Red Flag warnings this weekend.  

PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoff Affecting Butte County

Pacific Gas and Electric Company issued a Public Safety Power Shutoff Wednesday due to gusty winds and dry conditions across Northern California. PG&E has shut off power to 179 thousand customers in 17 counties including Butte, Yuba, and Tehama counties. More than 23,450 residents of Butte County have been impacted by the blackouts. 2,500 customers have been reported without power in Paradise and Magalia. Large areas of northern and eastern Oroville have been impacted. All of Butte Valley including Butte College's main campus are without power. Portions of north Chico have also been affected, according to PG&E.

Chico Police K-9 Helps to Catch a Wanted Felon

Officers were called to the 200 block of West 21st Street where a resident reported after 3:30 Tuesday afternoon that a man was refusing to leave the property. The suspect reportedly jumped the fence into the neighbor's yard as officers arrived. An officer and his K-9 reportedly spotted the man fleeing down the street as they arrived. The officer told the man to get down on the ground. According to Chico Police, the suspect, identified as 34-year-old Nicholas Hoxie complied after spotting the K-9. Hoxie was found to have a felony warrant for possession of a dagger as well as a warrant out of Glenn County for narcotics possession.

Butte Strong Grants This Week

The Butte Strong Fund has approved new grants totaling more than $800,000 to help with Camp Fire housing recovery efforts.


The town of Paradise is receiving $346,953 to open a Building Resiliency Center.


Butte County requested $155,000 to help fund a housing manager position for the next two years. They will coordinate financing for housing projects and establish financing programs for single-family construction. The housing manager will work with local jurisdictions, regional housing partners, and developers to identify affordable housing projects with gap funding needs that may be ideal for disaster recovery needs.


Butte County also requested $100,000 to pay for a one year lease on a building in Paradise for the Butte County Community Services Center. The center hopes to provide mental health and social support services.


$122,400 went to the Rebuild Concow Project which will allow the organization From the Ground Up Farms to buy a backhoe and trailer for moving wood along with other tools and materials.


The Camp Fire Equity Project and the Hope Crisis Response Network each received $50,000.


For more detailed information about the grant funding you can go to

PG&E Power Shutoff Latest

PG&E now says up to 184,000 customers could be impacted by the Public Safety Power Shut off as early as this afternoon into the evening. Butte County could see around 23,450 residents affected by the black out. Tuesday PG&E added Tehama County to the list of impacted counties.

The utility will decide today whether to begin the power shut off.

Butte County Sheriff's Office Looking for Sex Offender

An arrest warrant was issued Friday for 51 year old Mark Johnson. According to a Butte County Sheriff's Office press release, he's wanted for alleged lewd and lascivious acts with a child under 14 years old, and for failing to update his address pursuant to the Sex Offender Registration Act.

Anyone with information about Johnson's location is asked to contact Detective Brian Parsons at (530) 538-7671.

PG&E Possible Power Shutoff This Week

PG&E announced that over 200 thousand customers have been notified that they may be impacted beginning late Wednesday evening with a Public Safety Power Shutoff. This due wildfire risk because of high wind gusts and dry conditions in portions of the Sierra Navada foothills and in North Bay counties. list 14,586 Butte County residents who could be impacted by the power shut offs. Portions of Yuba and Sutter counties could also see the power turned off.
PG&E has released a map of possible impacted areas on

13th Annual Butte County Trivia Bee

Doors will be open at 6PM this Friday (October 25th) at the Sierra Nevada Brewery, Big Room at 1075 East 20th Street where teams will compete to see who will be the 2019 Trivia Champions of Butte County. According to the Butte County Library, funds raised through this event will be used to provide learning materials, resources, and support for adults and children in our community working hard to improve their basic reading and writing skills.

Tickets are 30 dollars and can be purchased at or for more information on registering a team you can call (888) 538-7198.

Skyway Road Work

Expect one lane of the Skyway into Paradise to be closed through the end of the year. Work begins today and goes into the end of this year as Pacific Gas and Electric Company is installing underground electric lines on the south side shoulder from the former Tuscan Ridge Golf Course to Paradise. Work will be from 6 AM until 6 PM Monday through Saturday.

This is phase two of the project. For phase one crews placed a 12 thousand volt electric line underground from Chico to the former Golf Course earlier this year.

A Rackerby Man is Sentenced for Manslaughter South of Oroville

65-year-old William Mandril was sentenced in a Butte County court room Friday to the maximum prison term of six years in state prison on charges of vehicular manslaughter.

The case began October 2018 when CHP officers and rescue personnel arrived to the scene of a collision on Lower Wyandotte Road near Foothill Boulevard. Authorities say Mandril's vehicle had crossed the center line and struck three bystanders who had stopped to help with a disabled vehicle. 20-year-old Hillary Wilhite was killed and two others seriously injured. According to the Butte District Attorney's Office, Mandril was found to be under the influence of multiple drugs.

Oroville Man Sentenced for Rapes

An Oroville man is sentenced to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty to forcibly raping 3 separate victims in a crime spree that began in February of this year. Nicholas Snowden will also be required to register as a sex offender for life. In all three cases, Snowden allegedly offered his victims a ride and then took them to remote locations and sexually assaulted them. DNA evidence found on one victim led authorities to Snowden. According to Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey, an investigative assistant noticed a vehicle matching the description of the suspected vehicle, leading to Snowden's arrest.

Police Respond to a Burglary Alarm at a Chico Store

City patrol officers arrived to the Rite Aid on Mangrove Avenue just before midnight Thursday and spotted a woman inside the store who quickly disappeared from view. The suspect, identified as 28-year-old Jennifer Kachur complied with verbal commands and exited the business and was taken into custody. According to Chico Police, evidence at the scene suggested that Kachur was allegedly in the process of stealing merchandise from the store.

Officials Discuss Paradise Emergency Room Bill

The Governor recently signed Senate Bill 156 authored by State Senator Jim Nielsen to allow a stand alone emergency room in Paradise. Neilsen along with the bill's co-author Assemblyman James Gallagher and Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea will be outside of the Adventist Health Emergency Room in Paradise at 10:30 this morning to talk more about the measure.

Local Officials Discuss Emergency Room Bill

The Governor recently signed Senate Bill 156 authored by State Senator Jim Nielsen to allow a stand alone emergency room in Paradise. Neilsen along with the bill's co-author Assemblyman James Gallagher and Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea will be outside of the Adventist Health Emergency Room in Paradise at 10:30 this morning to talk more about the measure.

Six Arrested for Carjacking and Stabbing

The incident took place last Friday in the area of Miller Avenue where deputies found a 21-year-old victim suffering from a stab wound. The victim was taken to the hospital were the victim underwent emergency surgery. Early Saturday morning detectives located 18 year old Lewayne Wyman and arrested him for carjacking and assault with a deadly weapon. According to a Butte County Sheriff's Office press release, five others were also arrested on various charges.

Chico Robbery Arrest

A man entered a convenience store at 1105 Park Avenue around 2:25 Wednesday afternoon reportedly wearing a plastic mask over his face and began allegedly taking items from the store without paying. When the employee attempted to stop the suspect he reportedly claimed to have a gun and then fled from the store. Officers found and arrested the suspect, identified as 35-year-old Tyler Collins. According to Chico Police, Collins was NOT found in possession of a gun.

Chico Police Tobacco Decoy Operation

Police cited clerks of Chico stores for selling tobacco products to minors. The citations issued Wednesday were a result of a youth decoy program under the direct supervision of School Resource Officers. The decoys attempted to purchase tobacco products from 13 tobacco retail stores in Chico. Three clerks were cited for selling tobacco products to minors.

According to the Chico Police Department, the goal of the operation is to limit youth access to tobacco and vape products and to confirm that local businesses are operating within compliance of the law.

Chico Stolen Vehicle Arrest

Officers arrived to East Avenue before 1 Monday morning where they meet an off-duty employee of a business at the North Valley Plaza who witnessed a suspicious man looking into a parked vehicles. The employee said the man allegedly got into a parked vehicle and started reportedly using an altered vehicle key. Officers searched the area and found the vehicle near San Pablo Court and North Avenue. According to the Chico Police Department, officers conducted a traffic stop and took the suspect, identified as 26-year-old Connor Murgia into custody.

Proposed Chico one Cent Tax Increase

Chico residents could be paying more for city services if a 1 cent sales tax is on the ballot next year. The idea will be discussed at the City Council meeting tonight. The City recently paid 25 thousand dollars for a firm to conduct a voter survey that came back in favor for the increase. The 1 cent measure should help with Police and Fire and City Road repair.

Power Restoration

Power restoration is underway for multiple Northern and Central Califoria Counties. According to PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff website - Glenn, Tehama, Shasta, and portions of Yuba County are among the more than 30 counties having their power fully restored. Officials with the utility say around 426 thousand customers have had their power restored. About 312 thousand customers are currently still impacted by the power shutoff. 
Portions of Butte and Plumas counties are among those areas still impacted by the power shutoff.  

Red Flag Warning Until 10 This Morning

The National Weather Service has announced that the state’s red flag warning will extend until 10 this morning.

No word yet if that will effect today's planned PG&E safety patrols and inspections on power equipment which could effect residents of the portions of Butte County still impacted by the power shutoff.

PG&E Community Resource Centers Open Today

PG&E Community Resource Centers will be open in Butte County today (10-11-19) for restrooms, water, charging mobile devices, and other services.


Address: Bird Street School- 1421 Bird Street

Oroville, CA 95965


Address: Strip mall- 14144 Lakeridge Court

Magalia, CA 95954


Both are open from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Power Shutoff School Closures Today (October 11th)

The Paradise Unified School District announced on their website that all schools in the district will be closed today.


Sierra Del Oro Preschool in Oroville will be closed Today.


Butte College is also reporting that there will be no classes today.

PG&E Community Resource Centers Open

PG&E community centers will be open today (Thursday) to provide restrooms, water, and other services, during daylight hours, for those impacted by the power shutoffs.  

In Butte County:
The Bird Street School, 1421 Bird Street in Oroville

141 thousand block of Lakeridge Court in Magalia

For Glenn and Colusa counties: 
839 Newville Road in Orland

School Closures Today Due to Power Shutoff

Paradise Unified School District will be closed Today


Sierra Del Oro Preschool in Oroville will be closed Today and Friday


Stoney Creek Joint Unified School District in Glenn County will be closed Today and possibly Friday


Berry Creek Elementary will be closed today


Main Campus of Butte College will not have classes Today


Meanwhile however,

Oroville Union High School District officials say even without power, schools in Oroville will be open with a regular class schedule today. They say generators are providing power to refrigerators allowing the schools to provide meals.

List of School Closures in Butte and Glenn Counties Due to Power Shutoff

*All schools in the Paradise Unified School District will be closed on today and Thursday.


*Thermalito Union Elementary School District will be open. Officials with the district say if you wish to keep your student home or check them out after the morning session during the power shutoff, the absence will be excused.


*Sierra Del Oro Preschool in Oroville will be closed today, Thursday, and Friday.


*Stoney Creek Joint Unified School District in Glenn County will be closed today, Thursday, and possibly Friday.


*Berry Creek Elementary School closed today.


*Bangor Union Elemenary School closed today.


*CORE Butte Chater School on Notre Dame Blvd. will be closed today.


*Butte College Main Campus


*Butte College Skyway Center on Skyway and Notre Dame Blvd.

More PG&E Customers Could See Power Shutoffs

According to the Associated Press, PG&E officials are saying a second group of about 234,000 customers will lose power starting at noon.


The utility says it's considering turning off power to another 42,000 customers in areas it serves near Southern California. It says it will determine a time and the specific locations later today.

Local PG&E Community Resource Centers

Due to forecasts of strong winds PG&E has initiated it's Public Safety Power Shutoff, this morning, to about 34 Northern and Central California counties affecting around 800 thousand customers.


Due to this PG&E has opened community centers for those impacted by the power shutoffs.


Butte County:

Bird Street School, 1421 Bird Street, Oroville


141 thousand block of Lakeridge Court, Magalia


Glenn and Colusa counties:

839 Newville Road in Orland


Shasta and Tehama counties:

Shasta College's main campus


Yuba County:

9185 Marysville Road in Oregon House.

Willfully Discharging a Firearm Arrest in Chico

An intoxicated man is charged with discharging a firearm at a Chico home. Officers arrived to the 16 hundred block of Downing Avenue around 8:15 Sunday night and found a woman who said a man had fired a gun at the residence. Police say officers were at that same home a half an hour earlier where a man claimed a women was refusing to leave his residence. Officers contacted the man, identified as as Marc Schmidt. According to Chico Police, he was arrested for willfully discharging a firearm into the ceiling while allegedly being intoxicated.

Free Walk-In Flu Shoot Clinic in Chico Today

There's a free Walk-in Flu Shot Clinic at the Chico Elks Lodge at 1705 Manzanita Avenue 7 to 11 am this morning and then 2 to 6 this afternoon. The free flu clinic has a public bus stop and handicapped parking on site. 

PGE Outage Maps | Oct 6

POWER RESTORATION DATE/TIME TBA. PGE encourages you to check back every few hours as the maps may change. The potential shutoff area(s) and address lookup maps are used for planning purposes before power is turned off. They are updated as new information becomes available. Once the weather subsides and it is safe to do so, PG&E crews will begin patrolling power lines, repairing damaged equipment and restoring customers.


PGE Outage Maps | Oct 6

POWER RESTORATION DATE/TIME TBA. PGE encourages you to check back every few hours as the maps may change. The potential shutoff area(s) and address lookup maps are used for planning purposes before power is turned off. They are updated as new information becomes available. Once the weather subsides and it is safe to do so, PG&E crews will begin patrolling power lines, repairing damaged equipment and restoring customers.


PGE Power Safety Shut Off | Oct 5
PG&E May Proactively Turn Off Power for Safety in Portions of Butte, Plumas and Yuba Counties. The company may be turning off power to approximately 12,026 customers in portions of Butte, Plumas and Yuba counties on Saturday 10/05/2019 - 8am 10/06/2019.
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