Man found dead near Paiute Creek identified
April 3, 2013 — The Lassen County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man found dead in Paiute Creek as longtime Susanville resident Barrie Inlay, 61.
According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, the cause of death has not yet been determined and an autopsy has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 3 at the Washoe County Medical Examiner’s Office in Reno, Nev.
According to the Susanville Police Department, there were no signs of obvious trauma to the body.
Early in the afternoon of Tuesday, April 2, deputies in conjunction with officers from the Susanville Police Department responded to the area near the North Street Bridge on a report of a deceased person.
The sheriff’s office holds the responsibility of coroner in Lassen County.
Lassen High wrestling hosts Purple and Gold Scrimmage
The Lassen High School wrestling team held its annual Purple and Gold Scrimmage on Wednesday, Dec. 4 in the Lassen High gym. The wrestling team broke up into two teams, purple and gold, and faced off in a night of wrestling that gave fans a taste of what they can expect in the coming season. Lassen...Read More...
Cougars face tough teams to prepare for a victorious season
TJ McCauley attempts to keep the ball away from a Fresno City College player during the championship basketball game of the El Camino Tournament on Sunday, Nov. 24. The Lassen Community College Cougars have been competing in pre-season tournaments and have earned several wins. Photo by Scott Nordstrom Dec....Read More...
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