Photo: Grindstone Rancheria
ELK CREEK – During the early morning hours of March 4, Carlos Hill was in the emergency room with stab wounds. Deputies arrived to interview the victim.
Hill related that he and two juveniles were walking by Grindstone Rancheria when D.J. Burrows pulled up in a vehicle. Burrows and Hill had a “previous disagreement” that Burrows then continued, allegedly attacking Hill with a machete.
Hill got a ride to the hospital with “major injuries to his head and arms.” Detectives, armed with this information, found Burrows’ car at Grindstone Rancheria with a “large fixed blade knife” in it.
Detectives then issued a search warrant for Burrows’ home. There they found a firearm, ammunition, and “indica,” but again, not Burrows.
Then, on March 6, agents received information regarding Dudley Burrows’ whereabouts and promptly took him into custody.
He was booked for outstanding felony and misdemeanor bench warrants out of Glenn and Colusa counties.
Last summer, Burows had had another a run-in with police, during which he suffered a non-life threatening gunshot wound.