Truckee Police Logs: Mutual combat between golfers
Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for June 23-30, along with previously unreported incidents.
Officers responded to a report of a small bus that collided with a passenger vehicle while making a left-hand turn. No injuries we reported; minor damage.
Officers responded to a report of a vehicle vs. cyclist collision.
An unknown vehicle struck a utility pole causing damage.
A theft of property was reported from a local business on Donner Pass Road. Report taken.
A victim on Donnington Lane reported receiving a fraudulent check after attempting to sell some furniture; the victim requested an informational report.
A male was reported sitting in the roadway, obstructing traffic. It was detained he was intoxicated and he was arrested.
An officer observed a drunk suspect damaging a road sign; the suspect was arrested for vandalism and for begin drunk in public.
A subject was observed staggering in the roadway. The subject was arrested for public intoxication.
An informational report was taken for a mutual combat between two golfers on Northwoods Boulevard.
A traffic complaint was taken regarding excessive speeding on Skislope Way.
A person reported that an unknown suspect stole her back license plate from her vehicle; report taken for theft.
A citizen found a bag containing a controlled substance. It was booked for destruction.
A husband and wife got into a heated verbal argument on Archery View. No crime was committed.
A person contacted police to report harassing phone calls at his home on Pine Forest Road from his ex-wife’s boyfriend. Informational report taken.
A victim reported the theft of a purse from an unlocked vehicle on Donner Pass Road. No suspect information; report taken.
An unknown suspect entered a locked vehicle and removed a victim’s personal property. Report filed.
A subject reported an assault that occurred two days ago. The subject signed a citizen arrest form requesting charges be filed. The case was submitted to the DA’s office for review.
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