Molester will serve a year in jail
Lassen County Superior Court Judge Donald Sokol sentenced William Lowell Harris, 54, the former police chief at Sierra Army Depot in Herlong, on Thursday, Oct. 16. Sokol also ordered Harris serve five years formal probation and register as a sex offender.
Harris pleaded guilty to a felony child molestation charge on June 9. In exchange for Harris’s guilty plea, Burns stipulated Harris would serve no more than the mid-term sentence for the crime — six years in state prison.
Lassen County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Harris on April 9, and he resigned from his position at SIAD in May.
Lassen County provides vast opportunities for summer recreation
A professional wakeboarder performs a wild stunt on Emerson Lake in Susanville during last year’s Rock the Wake. This year the event will take place Saturday, June 22 and will feature more wakeboarders, more crazy stunts and one of the most impressive wakeboarding boats in existence. Lassen...Read More...
Renegades split with walk off win
Hunter Morris slides into second during the Susanville Renegades’ doubleheader against the Galena Silver Sox Saturday, June 8. The Renegades split with Galena, losing the first game, but winning the second. Photo by Maddie Musante June 17 — The Susanville Renegades baseball...Read More...
Major Division Red Sox win Tournament of Champions
The Major Division Red Sox defeated the Yankees Saturday, June 8 to win the Susanville Little League Tournament of Champions. The tournament is Susanville Little League’s end of the season tournament. The championship team and its coaches pose together with their trophies. The team is...Read More...