Truckee Police Logs: Argument over scratched car from Christmas tree move |

Truckee Police Logs: Argument over scratched car from Christmas tree move

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Dec. 2-9, along with previously unreported incidents.

December 2

Subject was notified of her suspended license.

A fake ID was taken from a grocery store customer attempting to buy alcohol. The ID was turned over to law enforcement and the suspect was contacted.

Report was forwarded to the District’s Attorney’s Office for prosecution.

Vehicle abandoned on a roadway in a snowstorm.

Report taken for items stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

December 3

Vehicle was parked at the foot of a residential driveway blocking all access by homeowner. The vehicle was cited and towed.

December 4

Victim reported she lost her passport while visiting downtown Truckee.

December 5

Subject was cited and released on a misdemeanor failure to appear warrant.

Officers responded to a verbal argument. A man scratched a parked vehicle while moving a Christmas tree through the parking lot. The owner of the vehicle desired a report for documentation purposes.

Vehicle stopped for driver having a suspended driver license. Driver cited and released for the suspended license and vehicle was towed from the scene.

December 6

Officers took an informational report regarding juvenile misbehavior.

December 7

Vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation and being suspected impaired driver. The driver was arrested for DUI.

Mother reported her adult daughter missing. The daughter was entered as missing person. She was eventually found safe.

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