Truckee Police Logs: Body found in Donner Pass Road business bathroom
Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Feb. 3-10, along with previously unreported incidents.
Officers took a report of solo-vehicle rollover, non-injury collision. The driver was cited for provisional license restriction and the vehicle was towed.
CHP requested Truckee Police Department to handle the investigation of narcotics case. Follow-up pending.
Victim reported ongoing harassing phone calls from subject she believes is her estranged husband’s girlfriend. Calls have been continuing for approximately one year. Report was taken.
Reporting party wanted to report suspicious circumstances occurring at a local gas station on Deerfield Drive. Report was taken for informational purposes.
A vehicle was reported as abandoned on private property on Donner Pass Road and was tagged for violation. With the consent of the property manager the vehicle was removed under authority.
Truckee Police Investigations Unit assisted Reno narcotics officers after a K-9 alert was made on a piece of luggage belonging to a known suspect. A search warrant was served to gain access into the suitcase, revealing numerous packages of illegal narcotics. The case was submitted to the District Attorney’s Office.
Reporting party reported her adult son as voluntary missing since 1/31/2015. Report was taken and the subject was entered in the system as missing person.
A subject was found lying unresponsive in a business’s bathroom on Donner Pass Road. The subject was determined deceased. UPDATE: According to an interview Friday morning with TPD Chief Adam McGill, the incident is not deemed suspicious, and while autopsy result are pending, the death appears related to a medical condition.
Suspect was causing a disturbance at his family’s residence on Allenby Way. When officers arrived the suspect was out front of the residence in a drunken state. The suspect was arrested for being drunk in public.
A bicycle was reported an abandoned on the Legacy Trail and was booked into evidence.
Victim reported identity theft. Report was taken for information only.
A juvenile continued to be truant.
Officers took a report of neighbor dispute over an access road. On Thomas Drive. Report was taken.
Report was taken for an argument between boyfriend and girlfriend on Olympic Drive.
Subject was contacted after accidentally calling 911. The subject was found to have multiple warrants and was arrested.
The victim of vandalism found the windows on two of his vehicles shattered with rocks. The victim has no idea who might have done it and claims to not have problems with anyone.
A vehicle was involuntary repossessed. Report was taken for information only.
Officers took a report of single vehicle collision into a power pole. The pole was damaged and PUD was advised.
A driver was stopped for speeding and was found to be under the influence of alcohol. The driver was arrested for DUI.
Victim contacted the police department after being involved in a verbal altercation with her boyfriend over the phone. While speaking with the victim she revealed a physical altercation between her and her boyfriend in Tahoe City, in which she suffered injuries. Report was forwarded to Placer County Sheriff’s Office for review.
Reporting party’s debit card was fraudulently used in Illinois after dinning at a restaurant on Boca Street. The reporting party was told by bank to report the incident to police department.
Subjects reported lost wallet and passports.
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