Primrose Peaks Public Meeting held 8/17/2019

On Saturday, August 17, 2019, the Primrose Peaks public meeting was held by BCCA at the Beaver Creek School. Over 200 people attended, and many spoke about their concerns and issues with the proposed development. Residents were overwhelmingly negative to the proposal.

Here is a link to the Power Point slide presentation which Janet Aniol presented at the meeting.

Here is the diagram of the proposed site layout.

Primrose Estates Meeting scheduled for 8/17/2019

Dear Neighbors
There seems to be some misunderstanding of the Public Participation process of notification concerning potential zoning change requests.  
The potential applicant is required to notify property owners within 1000 ft if the acreage is one acre or more and also the community association about a participation meeting.  The community association (BCCA) usually broadcasts this information much farther so that others who are interested will be aware of the potential zoning change and often sets up the meetings to make sure that they happen.  In the case of Primrose, the meeting notice was mailed to residents by the applicant, was in a detailed Bill Helm Bugle article and twice in the Beaver Creek eNews.  All of which led to the venue being too small.  So the do over meeting is scheduled for:
Saturday, 8/17, at 3 PM in the Beaver Creek School Multipurpose Room. 
There is a sequence in the zoning change process that is followed by Yavapai County.  After the public meeting, the applicant must submit a report to Development Services.  If the process is continued, then the zoning change request will be scheduled on the agenda of a Yavapai County Planning and Zoning Committee meeting. (At this point an orange sign with the meeting date should appear on the property.)  Additional comments from the public and organizations may be made at this time.  The P&Z Committee will vote on a recommendation to the YC Board of Supervisors.  The BOS will then hear the applicant and the public again and make a final decision.  Some informative reading on this subject is on pages 20-22 of the Yavapai Planning and Zoning Ordinance for Unincorporated which is at the County web site.
The current petition is a great way to let your feelings on this issue be known.  Copies to the applicant, to Development Services and for the Planning and Zoning Commission may be of benefit to the signers.  Written comments may be presented at the meetings and online at
All the best,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
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BCCA Public Meetings this Week 7/18 – 7/20/2019

Dear Neighbors

This is an important week for you to speak up if you have an opinion or information to share. The Beaver Creek Community Association has scheduled public participation meetings on Thursday evening for a requested 8-acre zoning change from residential to C2 and on Saturday afternoon at 3 PM in the Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station for a potential 300-unit apartment complex east of I-17. The Friday morning meeting in Cottonwood at 9 AM in the Recreation Center is vitally important if you wish to see safety improvements at the McGuireville Interchange on I-17. Everyone is invited to attend these meetings.

The parcels for the requested C-2 zoning are 405-07-14-036 & 037 located south of Beaver Creek Rd, next to Beaver Creek Self Storage and north of Valley Vista Rd. Robbie’s is across the street to north of these parcels. The agent held a very limited public meeting in Camp Verde which few residents knew of and attended. A Clark’s Market was offered at that time. The zoning request asks for hard zoning only without a specific plan or grocery store.  (See letter of invitation from BCCA and letter of intent from the agent below.)
The public meeting for the potential apartments will include a presentation with traffic study information. The owners appear to be open to suggestions. The access would be through an extension of Bice Rd before it goes under the tunnel. Parcel 405-23-180 is 47 acres of which the western boundary abuts I-17. The construction would be in a valley not generally visible. The project would be designed as a PAD which means that what the Board of Supervisors agrees to is what can be built.
BCCA will collect comment sheets at these meetings. If you can’t make the meeting please help us by sending an email comment to Individuals may also comment directly to Yavapai County Planning & Zoning,
If you can only make one meeting, please attend the Friday 9 AM State Transportation Board meeting at the Cottonwood Recreation Center, 150 S 6th St. The public gets to speak first, so you don’t have to stay for the whole meeting. This is our once a year chance to tell ADOT about how dangerous it is to exit McGuireville south to Camp Verde and how scary it is to enter McGuireville from Camp Verde, etc. The board members do listen. An easy way to get there is to take Cornville Rd to 89A. Go straight on 89A and cross the bridge onto Mingus. Take Mingus to the stop sign on 6th St. Turn left and find the rec center next to the library on the left- hand side of the street.
See you at some meetings,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
Special Meetings This Week
Thursday, 7/18–Public participation meeting  sponsored by BCCA about 8-acre requested zoning change to C2 (potential shopping plaza) in the Beaver Creek Adult Center, 6 PM.
Friday, 7/19—Speak up for safety improvements to our I-17 interchange at McGuireville at the State Transportation Board meeting in the Cottonwood Recreation Center at 9 AM.
Saturday, 7/20–Public participation meeting sponsored by BCCA about proposed Primrose 300 apartment complex rezoning request at 3 PM at Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station.
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Beaver Creek eNews 7/11/2019

Dear Neighbors
The Beaver Creek Kiwanis sincerely thank the individuals, businesses and organizations that came out to support and enjoy our annual parade and celebration.  So much community spirit was present!!!!  On another note, notifications of duck race prize winners have begun.  On Tuesday the winner list will be posted on the BCCA bulletin boards at Rimrock Resale and in Rollins Park and a copy left at the BC Adult Center.  A special thank you to all the prize donors! (Complete list also out soon.)
All this week BC Baptist Church has its annual Vacation Bible School open to the public.  On Tuesday morning is the Author’s Fair in the BC Public Library.  The BC Community Association and BC School Board meetings are today.  The Rimrock Farmers Market is going full swing every Wednesday evening.  (If you want to park at Rollins Park and get a shuttle ride to the Market, please call 301-2749 to schedule that.)  The Food Bank at Beaver Creek School is open this Saturday morning.
Information is below about a recent traffic accident assist from Copper Canyon Fire & Medical and about the free Saturday loop shuttle offered by Beaver Creek Transit.  Next week the  BC Community Association is sponsoring public participation meetings about the Primrose apartment complex proposal and the requested rezoning of 8 acres to commercial that could potentially be used for a shopping center.
And please check out the other meetings and services listed below.
Rested and ready to get out & about,
. . . . . the calendar crew  
Special Events for 2nd Week in July
BC Baptist Church7/8 thru 7/12-The Vacation Bible School at Beaver Creek Baptist Church is from 9 AM to 12:30 PM Monday through Friday of this week. Power Up is open to students in K to 6thgrade. Registration may be done at church or online at . Please call 928-567-4557 for additional information.
Tuesday, 7/9-The Local Author Fair is from 10:30 AM to Noon at the Beaver Creek Library. You don’t want to miss visiting with Julie Uli, Elaine Jordan, Bonnie Best, Carole Penfield, Wyonna Jaffe, and Deborah Murphy. (See flyer below)
Heads up for 3rd Week in July
  • Wednesday, 7/17-Lecture on Native Americans in the Progressive Era, CV Library, 6:30 PM
  • Thursday, 7/18-Northern Arizona Hospice speaker in the BC Adult Center, 9:30 AM
  • Thursday, 7/18-Public participation meeting sponsored by BCCA about 8 acre requested zoning change (potential shopping plaza) in the BC Adult Center, 6 PM
  • Friday, 7/19—Speak up for improvements to our I-17 interchange in the Cottonwood Recreation Center at 9 AM
  • Saturday, 7/20-Public participation meeting sponsored by BCCA about proposed Primrose apartment complex rezoning request at 3 PM at Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station.
Regularly Scheduled Meetings, Activities & Classes 
2nd Week in July

Monday, 7/8–The Beaver Creek Community Association (BCCA)  meets at 3:00 PM in the BC Adult Center. There will be a short presentation from the group interested in terminating any condo erection on the bank of the Lake. Discussion on rezoning requests including Primrose project and advertised shopping plaza. Still planning to speak at the State Transportation Board meeting about our dangerous interchange at McGuireville. Please contact Janet Aniol at 928-592-2839 for further information.
Monday, 7/8–The Beaver Creek School Governing Board  meets at 6:00 PM in the school board room.  The agenda will be posted at several sites locally and is also at:
Tuesday, 7/9–The BC Kiwanis  meet at 7:30 AM in the BC Adult Center Main Room.  Please call Carol Keeton at 928-606-4050 for more information.
Wednesday, 7/10–The Blood Pressure Clinic  is available the second Wednesday of each month in the BC Adult Center from 9:30 AM to 11 AM.  Come get your blood pressure taken by Sue Brann, RN. 
Wednesdays, thru 9/25- The Rimrock Farmers Market offers fresh produce, baked & canned goods, plants, artwork & crafts, eggs, and more from 4 to 7 PM every Wednesday evening at the Verde Valley Honey store, 3100 E Beaver Creek Rd. This is a great way to meet your neighbors and enjoy a beautiful sunset. Please contact Candace Hammond at for more information or to participate.
Wednesdays, All-The Al-Anon Family Group meets every Wednesday from 6 PM to 7 PM at the Beaver Creek Baptist Church (entrance is the same as to the Rimrock Post Office). Are you troubled by someone else’s drinking? This is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problem.
Saturday, 7/13–Free food is available at Beaver Creek School  from 7:45 to 9 AM.  Food is always available the second Saturday of each month for distribution to everyone and during the month as needed.  Emergency boxes are available by calling the school at 928-567-4631.
Copper Canyon Fire & Medical at Work
On July 3  at 5:21 PM Copper Canyon Fire and Medical District was dispatched to a rollover on Hwy 260 East Bound at approximately mp 214. Upon arrival crews encountered a construction vehicle on its side blocking one east bound lane. There was one patient in the vehicle. The patient was treated by units on scene and then flown via medical helicopter to an area hospital. The cause of the accident was unknown to Copper Canyon Fire personnel. Highway 260 east bound was closed for about 2 hours.
Steve Sarkesian
Copper Canyon Fire & Medical
Battalion Chief
FREE Local Saturday Shuttle
The Beaver Creek Transit Saturday Van will run from 10 AM to 1:45 PM, continuous 45-minute loops, starting and stopping in the lot across the street from the Ranch House parking lot.  The Buggy will make five local loops in the Beaver Creek area stopping in Lake Montezuma, Rimrock and McGuireville. Driver Roz will drop off & pick up between stops if there is a safe place to pull off of the road. On the last run, the Buggy will drop off on Wickiup Mesa if requested. There is no charge.  The driver will not take donations on these runs.
The stops are LM Village Square, Montezuma Haven, BC Gas Mart, Towers Dr, BC Library, Dollar General (crosswalk in front of fire station, Bice Rd mailboxes, McGuireville RV Park, Kiwanis Clothes Closet & Family Dollar, BC Gas Mart, the Smoke Shop parking lot and return to Lake Montezuma.
This service is very much a community effort.  Thank you to the Beaver Creek Community Association which purchased the buggy and to the Beaver Creek Adult Center which provides the nonprofit 501(c)3 partnership.  Thank you to the Lake Montezuma Civic Club, the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, the Yavapai Apache Nation and to the Kiwanis Key Club (high school students) who have provided the initial funding for the Saturday route.  And last, but not least, heartfelt gratitude to Rask’s Auto Service now in McGuireville for keeping the van operating for the past 10 years.  There would be no Saturday run without Rask’s preventive maintenance and resourceful repairs. Nor would there be without our drivers!  
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Monday Special Events 3/11/2019

Dear Neighbors

During the last three weeks lower Lake Montezuma has been a bee hive of activity cleaning up after the flooding and sand bagging in case there was another flash flood. Thank you to Yavapai Public Works for the heavy-duty equipment work, for the debris disposal containers placed in several locations and for continuing to replenish the sand and sand bag supply. Thank you to the Facilities & Parks Department for theircontinued work on restoring Sycamore Park. They even rented equipment to work in the park since of all of theirs was in use moving snow in Prescott. Thank you to the Probationers who donated their work hour requirement toward the cleanup effort. And thank you to lots of neighbors and area residents who showed up to help shovel mud, retrieve belongings and remove flooring. POBs (big Pats on Back) to all!!
On Saturday the Lake Montezuma Village Square was full of activity. Move than 200 folks visited the Canyon Medical Clinic during their Grand Opening Celebration and enjoyed the tour, hamburgers and hotdogs. Also, that afternoon the Verde Connect presentation was held in the Adult Center where a bunch of folks had an opportunity to ask questions, comment and offer suggestions.
On Monday the Beaver Creek Adult Center will again be very busy. The Center is located at 4250 E Zuni Way in the LM Village Square a couple of doors down from the CanyonMedical Clinic. From 8 AM to 10 AM a Donation Pancake & Egg Breakfast is available there. At 3 AM for the public BCCA meeting, a representative from the Flood Control District and one from Emergency Management will be attending. The purpose of their visit is to begin a committee to write standard operating procedures in the event of future flooding. If you would like to participate but can’t make the meeting, please email the BCCA Board at  At 6 PM in the Center Paul Giovanni of MerIT Technology and Fire Chief Terry Keller will be at the Center to introduce the proposal for the communications tower and to take comments. Everyone is invited to these three events.
Later in the evening the Grief Course continues at Montezuma Chapel. The group may be joined on any of these Mondays.
More information is available below.
Looking forward to another active week,
. . . . . the calendar crew
Monday in Beaver Creek:
Pancake Breakfast, Flooding Procedure Preparation, Communications Tower Meeting, Grief Recovery Course
Monday, 3/11-The Donation Pancake Breakfast is from 8 to 10 AM at the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Join your neighbors at the Center for pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, and fruit – all for a suggested donation of $5. Yummy!! Phone:  928-567-4556
Monday, 3/11, 3 PM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center.At the Beaver Creek Community Association Board meeting, Ron Sauntman, Yavapai County Emergency Manager and Paul Jungen, Yavapai County Flood Control District Engineer will be attending. BCCA would like to form a committee to prepare standard operating procedures in event of expected and unexpected flooding. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Monday, 3/11, 6 PM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center. Public meeting to review the proposed plan and discuss the proposal for a communications tower for the CCF&M District which will include broadband equipment to provide Internet service & potential for improved cell phone service for the area. An increase in height by 20′ would also allow cell service carriers such as Verizon, ATT&T and Sprint/T-Mobile to use the tower for improved transmissions to this area. Comment sheet will be provided at the meeting.
Monday, 3/11-The Grief Recovery Course continues from 6:30 to 8:30 PM in Sheets Hall at Montezuma Chapel, 3450 E Rusty Spurs Rd in Rimrock, for 13 weeks. Your attendance can start at any week. There is a $15 book charge for which scholarships are available. The course is sponsored by Grief Share. Please contact Cyndi Howell at 928-567-4759 for more information.

Annual Meeting Saturday 1/26/2019

Beaver Creek Community Association

Annual Meeting


“Good Neighbors 2019″

January 26, 2019


Please enjoy the refreshments before, during and after our meeting!!


Pledge of Allegiance


President’s Welcome & Update:  Includes introduction of 2018 board members; Janet Aniol, president; Sharon Olsen, vice president; Bob Burke, secretary/treasurer,  Mike Nelson, Ron Melcher and Phil Edwards, directors.  Chris Nicol is the webmaster.


Special recognition for Good Neighbor 2018 Award to Missy Maine & Attitudez on Maine.


Yavapai County Presentations:

District 2 Supervisor Tom Thurman, “State of the County”

Public Works, Updates on road projects.

Development Services, Updates on building permits.


BCCA Business Directory Presentation–Bob Burke


BCCA Board of Directors Election


Adjournment.  The next regular association meeting will be on Monday, February 11 at 3 PM in the Beaver Creek Adult Center.


Dumping at Sedona Recycles Site
near the Rimrock Post Office

Please Report Dumpers
The dumping at the Beaver Creek location for Sedona Recyles and other spots is negatively affecting the quality of our lives in the Beaver Creek area.  Please don’t do it and please report those that you see dumping by calling 567-7710 Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.  Dumping reduces the quality of our lives, is unsanitary,unsightly and may result in our losing our recycling location.
The Beaver Creek Baptist Church owns the property where Sedona Recycles locates their bins.  BCBC donates this use and expects all of us to keep that location clean.  This was a stipulation when the church approved the use of their property for the recycling bins. We need to respect that deal.
Yavapai County has a contract with Sedona Recycles to provide bins and pickup for Beaver Creek residents’ recycling needs. Sedona Recycles is paid to do this up to November.  It would be to our benefit if this contract is renewed.  We all need to help make this a possibility by the increased responsibility of us locals.
Yavapai County provides free dumping for county residents for two or three weeks in the March/April time frame each year.  The rest of the year, the Yavapai County waste transfer sites charge reasonable fees for dumping.  The Camp Verde transfer site is located about 7 miles east of I-17 on Hwy 260.  The Grey Wolf landfill is located on the way to Prescott and there are others.
Cleanup is everyone’s responsibility.  We need the Sedona Recycles bins.  That is our responsibility, too, to use them appropriately.
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Burn Ban Press Release from Fire Chief 4/26/2018

Dear Neighbors
Tomorrow is the dedication of a tile history wall at Beaver Creek School that has been worked on by students and staff at the school and from Camp Verde High School, too. The event, sponsored by the Beaver Creek Preservation & Historical Society starts at 2 PM on campus.
Also, all day on Friday, is free shredding sponsored by Gateway Mall and AARP in Prescott.  This is out of our area.  But if you have the need to shred, the price is right.
Free slash drop offs continue through June 1 at the Yavapai County Transfer Stations.  Providing a fire safe zone around your residence is recommended by our Fire Chief who also states,  ” Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority has implemented a fire ban within its jurisdiction. This ban is going in effect in cooperation with other bans being implemented by Yavapai County, the Prescott National Forest, the Red Rock Ranger District of the Coconino National Forest, as well as the other fire departments and fire districts across the Verde Valley.  This ban impacts all open burning within the district, including burn barrels, with or without burn permits.”  (See flyers below)
Looking forward to seeing the tiled wall,
. . . . . the calendar crew 
Friday April 27 Special Events
Friday, 4/17–The Beaver Creek Community Timeline dedication starts at 2 PM at Beaver Creek Rock School located at 4810 E Beaver Creek Rd in Rimrock.  Beaver Creek School Superintendent Karin Ward’s vision of the community’s history being depicted via picture tiles has become a reality. Beaver Creek Preservation & Historical Society Timeline Committee Chairman Betty Hart enlisted the help of Beaver Creek School students and staff and Tom Middlebrook and Camp Verde High School art students to “tell the story” of the Beaver Creek area. Following the ceremony, refreshments will be served.  (See flyer below)
Friday, 4/17–AARP FREE Shred-a-Thon runs from 9 to 11:30 AM and 12:30 to 2 PM at the Prescott Gateway Mall until the truck reaches capacity.  (See flyer below)
Continues through 6/1–Yavapai County FREE Slash Drop Off  at the Camp Verde Transfer Station from 8 AM to 4 PM, Tuesdays through Saturdays.  Acceptable items are brush, branches, grass, leaves, and yard trimmings.  No lumber, stumps, roots, cactus, metal, or garbage.  Slash must be removed from plastic bags.  Located 7 miles east of I-17 on Hwy 260.  For additional information, please contact the Yavapai County Public Works Dept at 928-771-3183. The other transfer stations are open different days and times.  If you use one of the others, please call first to verify days and times available for drop-off.  (See flyer below)
Burn Ban Press Release from Chief Keller
****Press Release****  ****For Immediate Release*****
As a result of the critical fire conditions we are currently experiencing, effective Friday, April 20th 2018 at 08:00 hours, Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority will implement a fire ban within its jurisdiction.
This ban is going in effect in cooperation with other bans being implemented by Yavapai County, the Prescott National Forest, the Red Rock Ranger District of the Coconino National Forest, as well as the other fire departments and fire districts across the Verde Valley.
This ban impacts all open burning within the district, including burn barrels, with or without burn permits.
Enclosed BBQs (propane and briquette- with a lid) are not effected by this ban at this time, although the public is always encouraged to be especially careful when using cooking appliances outdoors, and especially when the conditions are as dry as we are currently experiencing.
The public is also encouraged to be very careful with the disposal of smoking materials during this period.
If conditions continue to worsen, additional restrictions may well be implemented to prevent a catastrophic fire.  Such measure might include the banning of smoking outdoors, bans on the use of briquettes and/or BBQs, bans on the use of chain saws or other combustible engines/tools that might produce sparks, bans on welding or grinding without special permits or standby measures, and/or bans on other hazardous  processes.
The current ban or additional restrictions will remain in effect until we see significant summer rains to lessen the threat.
With our current dry conditions, low humidity, warmer temperatures and gusty winds, everyone is being encouraged to  be extremely careful during this period.
Thank you!  Be Safe!
Terry Keller
Fire Chief
Copper Canyon Fire and Medical Authority

Red for Ed eNews Bulletin 4/19/2018

Dear Neighbors

Beaver Creek School Wednesday before school Walk-ins have continued with participants including school educators, staff and neighbors. On April 9, the Beaver Creek School Governing Board passed a resolution supporting Educators and #RedForED.  Our school board joined the governing boards of Mesa Public Schools, Tucson Unified, Flagstaff Unified, Pendergast, Yuma High School District and Phoenix High School District among others in Arizona passing similar resolutions.

Photo courtesy of Margee Cowan
The goals adopted by the #Red For Ed movement are:
  • 20% salary increase for Arizona teachers in order to create competitive pay with neighboring states.
  • Competitive pay for all Education Support Professionals.
  • Permanent certified salary structure which includes annual raises.
  • Restore education funding to 2008 levels.
  • No new tax cuts until per-pupil funding reaches the national average.
Teachers are voting this week throughout the state on whether to walk-out or not.  This decision will likely be announced this evening or early tomorrow.  Regardless of the outcome on this particular event, #RedForEd appears to be an educator movement that will continue. .
Wearing red in support of education,
. . . . . the calendar crew 
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Update on Teen Spree from YCSO 2/18/2018

Dear Neighbors 
Since the original report of a break in attempt in Montezuma Estates, five more instances possibly identifying the same suspects have been sent to us.  Dwight D’Evelyn, YCSO Media Relations Coordinator, reports: “I requested xtra patrol in the area. If suspicious activity is seen, please call the Sheriff’s Office (567-7710) first before posting/emailing the information to neighbors.
Also, would you PLEASE remind residents to LOCK THEIR CARS WHEN UNATTENDED, especially overnight. We cannot seem to get ahead of the many opportunist crimes allowed as a result of the failure to use such a simple crime prevention technique.”
We have two or three teenagers whose behaviors may lead to someone getting hurt or damage to property.  If you know who they are, please let YCSO know.  There needs to be an intervention soon for the safety of all.
The original report is at the bottom of this email and the other sightings follow.
Be safe!  Please lock your vehicle doors and home windows and doors.
the calendar crew
Additional Reports of Possible Sightings in Lake Montezuma & Rimrock

Yesterday, 2-17, three young men ran across the rooftop of the Lake Montezuma Village Post Office and Adult Center. They were seen from behind.  Two may have been the ones from the original break in.  One wore a red hoodie.


On Saturday 2/17/18 in Montezuma Haven two teenagers opened our gate and came onto our property one came to our back door and knocked lightly, When the door was answered he asked if he could have fifty cents or a dollar.   A second individual had made his way toward the front of our house and was standing out of sight, when he was observed both individuals were advised to leave the property immediately.  Both subjects where wearing knee length shorts one had light colored hair and was dressed in camouflage wearing a gray hoodie.  The second subject had dark curly hair and was wearing a red head band.  The police were notified.

These two live in the neighborhood (Montezuma Estates). I see them walking around all the time. Kind of surprised me actually.  When my wife arrived home from work, she reminded me that the boy with the curly hair actually knocked on our door on Sunday, Jan 6th, just to ask me the time. He acted weird, and I thought it was strange, but never gave it another thought. Now I am a bit more suspicious of the activity, and realize that I haven’t seen them in a few days. They usually walk by the house daily.

The description of the two boys sound similar to a situation on last Sunday afternoon in the Lake Montezuma off Lakeview.
My friend gave me a copy of yesterday’s report about the attempted Break In – it caught my attention as on the night of January 28/morning 29 – someone went into my car, in my driveway and took my NFL 49er jacket (was reported to Sheriff).  What caught my attention was the red hoodie.  When talking with one of my neighbors on the 29th she told me that on the 28th, she got home from work between 11 and 11:30 and was on her patio when she saw 2 males walking up the road – one wearing a red hoodie – when she lit her cigarette they turned around and walked back they way they came.  I am thinking these two have a little crime spree going on.  I think everyone should be aware of what going on.

Break In Attempt in Montezuma Estates
NOTICE:  submitted by a Montezuma Estates resident in Rimrock  (Name on file)


This morning two young men, possibly teenagers, tried to
break in through a window of our home on Kramer. They went removed the screen from the window before being confronted at the window.  Prior to this, they had rung the doorbell about 30 times. They have black hair, at least one with curly hair and darker skin.  One of them was wearing a red hoodie. The Sheriff’s office has been notified.

Please keep an eye out for them, and lock all your windows and doors, and call the Sheriff if you see or experience anything suspicious.

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YCSO Sheriff’s Office phone #:  567-7710
Please call this number if you have information.