Man arrested for allegedly causing di...

Man arrested for allegedly causing disturbance at Willows fire station

There are 28 comments on the Chico Enterprise-Record story from Jul 21, 2010, titled Man arrested for allegedly causing disturbance at Willows fire station. In it, Chico Enterprise-Record reports that:

A Shasta County man who owns property in Glenn County was arrested Tuesday when he refused to leave the Willows fire station, where he came to complain about a bill for abatement fees totaling $10,000. Fire Chief Wayne Peabody and Capt.

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SpotsThe Firehouse Dog

Chico, CA

#21 Jul 26, 2010
The cops were called by the firefighters. You would think for all the money they make, they would be more tolerant of this man who just got a bill for TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS. Let the man have his say (TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS worth)

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#22 Jul 26, 2010
When will we find out more about this egotistical abuse of power? How many acres were mowed? What were the prior charges for doing the job? Was their notification that he would be blatantly gouged this year?
Facts

Chico, CA

#23 Jul 26, 2010
stephens1949 wrote:
I suspect that many weed clearing company s have family in fire fighting.
This is true. How many firefighter wannabes have set fires to ensure their employment ?
Chuck

Bakersfield, CA

#24 Jul 26, 2010
Dave wrote:
Trespassing at the fire house ?
It was not so much the trespassing, but the disruption he caused.

PC 602.1(b) Any person who intentionally interferes with any lawful business carried on by the employees of a public agency open to the public, by obstructing or intimidating those attempting to carry on business, or those persons there to transact business with the public agency, and who refuses to leave the premises of the public agency after being requested to leave by the office manager or a supervisor of the public agency, or by a peace officer acting at the request of the office manager or a supervisor of the public agency, is guilty of a misdemeanor, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for up to 90 days, or by a fine of up to four hundred dollars ($400), or by both that imprisonment and fine.
Jesse

Grass Valley, CA

#25 Jul 26, 2010
Allison wrote:
ten thousand dollars, who wouldn't raise hell.
If he can't take care of it, he shouldn't have it.
eye glasses

United States

#26 Jul 26, 2010
Jesse wrote:
<quoted text> If he can't take care of it, he shouldn't have it.
He took care if it every year. Then this year was overcharged and complained. Read the article.
Jeff L Haynes

Chico, CA

#27 Aug 12, 2010
Perhaps this story would read a little differently had the reporter interviewed someone other than just the government employees.

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#28 Aug 12, 2010
52% of all Americans receive a government check every month, with that money they buy news papers, consequently no independent free Americans will ever be interviewed. Cops, fire fighters, school teachers and crooks are the news. It is pretty hard to tell any of them apart.

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