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  • Lucky dog: After eight harrowing days lost in the Plumas National Forest, a missing Shetland sheepdog was found. He was hungry, tired, cold, scratched, limping on bloody paws and missing some fir. But his tail was wagging.
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Quincy elementary schools no longer on lockdown

Breaking News
Joshua Sebold
Staff Writer
4:30 p.m. Update
The PCSO has described the suspect in the Quincy school incident as a white male adult, approximately thirty years of age. The man reportedly had a medium build and was approximately six feet tall with a thin goatee, and was wearing all black. The PCSO said the suspect might be driving a dark colored mustang with tinted windows and a black "bra."

3:00 p.m. Update
    Officers have been released from the Quincy schools incident, while others continue to investigate.

    Increased patrols will continue around all schools in Quincy and outlying areas.

Sheriff Greg Hagwood commented, “We handle any report like this very, very seriously.”

    He indicated that the sheriff’s office was working very closely with the school district on investigating the incident but no suspect or additional witnesses had been located.

    Hagwood encouraged parents and students to be increasingly vigilant and to report any suspicious persons in their schools or neighborhoods.


2::00 p.m. Update

Radio traffic suggests law enforcement officers have been pulled from Quincy elementary schools.  Feather Publishing reporters are following up on this and will update the status of the schools as soon as we have new information.

4/20/2010 1:15 p.m.
  All Quincy elementary schools are currently locked down after two students at Quincy Elementary School reported they saw a man in his 30s wearing all black with a black cowboy hat and a gun in his waistband running from the school.    All local law enforcement agencies, including SWAT and the Forest Service, have responded to this incident.

    Sheriff Greg Hagwood assured parents the situation was under control.

   “Right now I’m confident that there’s no students in jeopardy at all.” Officers have also been stationed at the high school, and authorities are searching for anyone matching the suspect’s description.

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