Truckee Police Logs: Forcible rape, bulk narcotics arrests |

Truckee Police Logs: Forcible rape, bulk narcotics arrests

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for February 17 to March 2, along with previously unreported incidents.

February 17

Late report was taken for injury collision — vehicle vs. tree.

Victim reported an unknown suspect utilized his personal information to open a PayPal account and fraudulent transactions occurred. The incident occurred out of Truckee; however, the victim requested an informational report to be taken.

Suspect was stopped for driving on a suspended license. The suspect was also on active probation out of Nevada County. Probation officer was contacted.

A search warrant was served after discovering a suspect involved in a domestic violence incident was a convicted felon. The search revealed numerous firearms. Arrest warrant was issued.

February 19

A reporting party found a California driver’s license during her routine walk with her dog. The license was later claimed by its owner at the Truckee Police Department.

Female was contacted lying on the sidewalk on Donner Pass Road. The female was intoxicated and could not care for herself. The female was arrested and booked.

Counter report was taken for a found iPhone. The phone was found in the Safeway parking lot.

Officers responded to a physical altercation between mother and adult daughter. The daughter was later located and arrested.

Truckee Police Canine Unit assisted CHP with a narcotics trafficking investigation. A positive canine alert resulted in the discovery of bulk narcotics. Two adults were arrested by CHP.

Officers responded to a verbal domestic dispute. An investigation revealed a recent forcible rape. The suspect was arrested and booked for several felony charges.

February 20

Information report was taken for anonymous crime tip.

Informational report was taken for domestic dispute on Martis Drive.

February 21

Subject was arrested for a local bench warrant.

Intoxicated subject confronted a family as they were leaving a restaurant and began to parrot what they were saying. The subject elbowed the victim then exposed a knife. After the victim retreated to his vehicle, the subject hit the side of the door with the butt end of the knife.

February 22

Marijuana grow was found to be in compliance.

Found bicycle was turned into the Truckee Police Department.

While officers were mediating a roommate dispute, a male subject arrived to transport one party back home. He was found to be intoxicated and was arrested for DUI.

February 24

A set of car keys was found by a town of Truckee Public Works employee and was booked into evidence.

A landlord requested an informational report to be generated for a theft committed by previous tenant.

February 25

Private tow report was taken.

Victim reported use of personal information to open an account with eBay. No money was taken.

Wallet was turned in at the Truckee Police counter and was booked into property for safekeeping.

Driver of a rental truck was found to have two outstanding warrants. The driver was arrested and transported to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office and was booked without further incident.

February 27

A juvenile ran away from home on Stone Pine Road. Upon returning he gathered some clothing and attempted to leave the house again. When his parents attempted to stop him, he assaulted his parents and juvenile brother.

A victim of theft responded to a Craigslist ad to buy a car. Money was given to the “seller” of the car via a prepaid card; however, the transaction was never completed and the victim never received the car. The car “seller” will not refund the money or answer any further calls from the victim.

Officers took a report of single-vehicle collision with property damage on Brockway Road. The driver was found to be DUI and was arrested.

Out of county caller reported subjects inside of his residence in Truckee. Caller requested officers to remove subjects and nothing further. Two juveniles were located inside the residence and were removed.

Officers took a report of single vehicle collision.

February 28

Officers took a report of single-vehicle, non-injury traffic collision.

Officers took a report of child on sled vs. vehicle collision.

Caller reported he had locked a burglar in his basement on Olympic Boulevard. The caller’s claims were unfounded. Upon further investigation, the caller was found to be under the influence of a controlled substance. He war arrested and booked without incident.

March 2

Victim reported theft of locked vehicle from his driveway. The victim located the vehicle after realizing he had driven and parked it at the recreation center the night before. The case was closed.

Suspect threw item at passing vehicle causing significant damage to the car. Victim stopped and the suspect fled on foot. The suspect was later located and arrested.

A juvenile was found to have consumed alcohol and was in possession of marijuana and tobacco products. The juvenile was cited and released to a parent.

Truckee resident was willed firearms by his father upon his death. The father had transferred guns into the name of his live-in girlfriend before his death. The girlfriend originally said the son could have the firearms as his father intended. The girlfriend later changed her mind, and the son turned in the firearms to Truckee Police Department for safety keeping.

A citizen was scammed into paying for the purchase of a vehicle by using pre paid cards.

Reporting party called to report verbal dispute between herself and her husband. There was no physical contact, although property had been damaged. The report was generated to document this incident only.

Vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation. The driver was arrested for DUI.

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