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If you were not immediately charged with a crime, charges may be filed after the investigation is complete. If a complaint is filed, the Court will mail you a Notice to Appear. If the Court cannot locate a current address for you, an arrest warrant will be issued. If you are concerned about being charged with a crime, talk to the officer or investigator handling the case to find out more information.
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The Chief of Police is responsible for determining where no parking signs are to be installed. If it is determined that a no parking sign needs to be installed, the Chief will work with the City of Yreka's Department of Public Works to have the appropriate signs installed. View the ordinance website.
That depends on your bail status and what you were supposed to be in court for. If you've posted bail, it could mean you are found guilty and your bail is forfeited. If it was for a mandatory appearance, the judge will issue a bench warrant for your arrest. If you were to be there for a traffic trial, the judge may try you in absentia (the officer will present the case without you, and you will probably be found guilty).
You will need to contact the Yreka Police Records Department at 530-841-2300.
To pay your fine, send it in the provided envelope to:P.O. Box 2730Huntington Beach, CA 92647
To appeal, visit the Yreka Police Department at:412 W Miner StreetYreka, CA 96097
View the parking appeal procedure (PDF).
The police department does not register firearms. Private gun dealers will complete the necessary state forms for you for a fee.
Contact the Siskiyou County Jail at 530-842-8157 or at:315 S Oregon StreetYreka, CA 96097
The court that has jurisdiction of the restraining order may release information to you. Yreka Police Department will not release that information.
The decision to file charges against someone is made by the District Attorney, not the police department. Our function is to document and assemble evidence for the District Attorney. If you have a question about a case, contact the involved officer.
Yreka Police Department hands out packets that explain the whole procedure and examples free to the public.
The release of property is coordinated with the Siskiyou County District Attorney's Office and the Yreka Police Department Investigations Division.
When a case is being adjudicated, all property associated with it is held as evidence. Once the Trial has been completed, the property is returned to the owner. If the property is not claimed, it is prepared for auction or destroyed. Any found property not claimed within 90 days is also prepared for auction. Only those items that can be legally released are auctioned.
Property is released by appointment only, during business hours.
The best way is to contact an attorney. However, you may obtain a packet at the County Courthouse and file for a restraining order yourself. If you are a victim of domestic violence, Siskiyou Domestic Violence and Crisis Center can help you at 530-842-6629. Once your restraining order has been issued, bring a copy of the order and the proof of service to the police department. Keep a copy for yourself; it shows the expiration date.
A report on a restraining order violation cannot be made without that copy and the proof of service on file.