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Date: 11/02/04 13:16
Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: karldotcom

http://cad.chp.ca.gov/ii.asp?Center=INCC&LogNumber=0753D1102

Incident: 0753 Type: Report of Fire Location: NB I15 JSO KENWOOD AV Zoom Map: 515 5A Info as of: 11/2/2004 1:19:53 PM

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
1:18PM - PER 75-OIC OPENING NB TO NB
1:16PM - PER 75-11 - CZ3 AT CAJON AT BLUE CUT HAS RED P/U REQ 75-S6 AND AIR SHIP - SBSO ALSO 1097
1:12PM - S6 CODE 4 SEVERAL UNITS 1097
1:10PM - CZ3 W/SBSO ON OLD CAJON AT CO RD
1:09PM - 75-S6 LIC RDADRDZ OLD CAJON JNO KENWOOD
1:08PM - MNO MORE BREAKS NEEDED AT THIS TIME
1:07PM - 75-23 JUST STARTED BREAK
1:05PM - PER 75-S6 POSS VEH INVLD - BUR P/U OLD CAJON - WMA IN HIS 50 S POSS SETTING FIRES
12:59PM - FIRE ON THE SIRRA ONR ALMOST OUT
12:59PM - CAJON AT CLEGHORN - NB CLEGHORN ONR - WHI VEH OLDER POSS 80 S FROM OFF TO ONR - POSS INVLD
12:55PM - PER INLAND 141 FIRE NB JSO SCALES IS OUT
12:54PM - PER OIC HAVE 75-23 AND 45 RUN BREAKS NB 215 FM PALM - WORK OUT BREAKS BET THEMSELVES
12:53PM - 1039 COMM CENTER REF W/WAY RESPONSE
12:53PM - FIRES SET FM SIRRA ONR NB 15 TO JSO SCALES - DUPING ALL LOG TO 753
12:52PM - NB TO NB TRANS CLOSED - ADV FIRE TO RESP W/WAY
12:52PM - 1039 SBSO REF EVAC S IN DEVORE
12:48PM - 1039 BARSTOW COMM FOR AIROPS - H81 IS UP - CKING ON 1020 AND ETA
12:44PM - NEED CT ASSIST W/CLOSURE PLS
12:39PM - 1039 COMM CENTER
12:39PM - BRUSH FIRE REPORTED

RESPONDING OFFICERS STATUS
12:46PM - CHP Unit Assigned
12:49PM - CHP Unit Enroute
12:52PM - CHP Unit Enroute
12:53PM - CHP Unit On Scene
12:55PM - CHP Unit Assigned
1:00PM - CHP Unit On Scene
1:03PM - CHP Unit On Scene
1:06PM - CHP Unit Enroute
1:10PM - CHP Unit On Scene
1:13PM - CHP Unit Assigned
1:14PM - CHP Unit On Scene
1:17PM - CHP Unit On Scene



Date: 11/02/04 13:30
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: toledopatch

I'm interested, but for those of us who don't know CHiPese, could you translate some key passages?



Date: 11/02/04 13:33
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: karldotcom

they are looking for suspects....it is very windy up there today....



Date: 11/02/04 13:39
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: ProAmtrak

Hope they nab them, but then again the vegetation is so burned from the fires 2 years ago, the firefighters will have it easy!



Date: 11/02/04 13:57
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: mococomike

What's he burning tumbleweeds?



Date: 11/02/04 14:01
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: ecrrchris

ProAmtrak Wrote:
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> Hope they nab them, but then again the vegetation
> is so burned from the fires 2 years ago, the
> firefighters will have it easy!

With all due respect, there is plenty of green vegitation up there. See the photo taken in October looking at the Blue Cut area. Not to mention that any fire in a high wind situation is difficult to battle.

I hope they get the fires out and catch this person.

Chris
http://www.californiatrains.com






Date: 11/02/04 14:07
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: Ed_Gyptian

75-xx are unit numbers

1020 = 10-20 Location in "10" codes

Assume a word that looks kinds like it sounds right is misspelled or approximate abbreviation of correct word. The CHP dispatchers are known to take spelling short cuts and not necessarily follow normal English and Spanish spelling rules for words, some don't spell the same word the same way twice in a row.

WMA white male american

onr onramp

ofr off ramp

jeo jso jno jwo just east of, just south of, north of, west of

2:07PM - 1039 TO BLACKWELL BROTHERS FOR CAJON /BLUEU
1:59PM - 75-700 WILL BE GOING 1015-- SUBJECT HAS A WARRANT

All Righty now

1039 = 10-39 or "Call to" Blackwell Bros in this case Blackwell Bros is probably the next up on the towtruck list

and 1015 = 10-15 Subj in custody

from looking at the log this guy started fires over toward Lytle Creek and then kept going along I15 to the 215 junction and on up.

A cursory knowledge of 10 codes and a vivid imagination for spelling are needed to read the CHP pages



Date: 11/02/04 14:46
In case you were out chasing BNSF, CHP "good" example
Author: Ed_Gyptian

Incident: 0925 Type: Traffic Hazard - Animal Location: NATIONAL TRAILS HWY JEO INDIAN TR Map Page: 3936 3E Info as of: 11/2/2004 2:49:57 PM

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
2:13PM - HURD OF GOATS IN THE RDWY

National Trails Highway is Old Route 66, as you can see literary license in spelling.



Date: 11/02/04 15:23
Re: In case you were out chasing BNSF, CHP "good" exam
Author: Lone Star

WMA=White Male Adult



Date: 11/02/04 15:29
Re: In case you were out chasing BNSF, CHP "good" exam
Author: hotrail

Note that the CHP web page even has a glossary to help you with the numerical codes and the common abbreviations. Try the drop-down box in the upper right of the page.

Unfortunately, the glossary doesn't define the term "hurd". You need a west Texas glossary for that 'un.



Date: 11/02/04 17:41
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: MacBeau

We just had the wettest October in 117 years. This must the 13th stupidest human in California.



Date: 11/02/04 17:43
Re: In case you were out chasing BNSF, CHP "good" exam
Author: Anonymous User

Everbody in Texas knows what "hurd" means- it's whut heppens when you get a job. You get hurd.

pb1



Date: 11/02/04 18:06
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: GP25

Well. We may have had the wettest October in 117 Years. But in California. Specially Southern California. And when we get the Santa Ana Wind Conditions. All that water doesn't mean much. All Areas in Southern California and the rest of the Western US for that matter. If we had a very dry Conditions. It just takes One Idiot to light a match and throw it. And we can have a bad Fire. Which we do not need. I also hope they catch this Fire Bug



Date: 11/03/04 01:21
Re: Guy lights five arson fires in Cajon Pass
Author: Ed_Gyptian

The fire conditions aren't all that bad right now as there isn't the real heavy chapparal of years past. It hasn't come close to growing back yet. That said there is a lot of brush coming back. It's wet and green now, but give about a week of Santa Ana conditions (and we are about a day and a half into light Santa Anas) and we are back to being on the cusp of dangerous conditions.

We've had some nasty fires as late as Thanksgiving several times.

Once we get the December rains then we can breathe easier, if we get rains like last season we'll be up the creek real quick.

It should be an interesting Spring as the various fire "hatched" seeds oughta be going strong.



Date: 11/03/04 13:09
CHP Glossary
Author: ten87




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