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Truckee Police logs: Near-fatal dog attack; 9-year-old brings knife to school

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department's press log for Sept. 16 to Oct. 6 along with previously unreported incidents.

September 16

Reporting party reported an unknown projectile struck the rear window of a construction vehicle causing approximately $1,000 in damage.

Debit card was found at the Truckee Police Department.

September 17

Female subject was at adult son's trailer knocking on the door and trying to get in. The female does not live there and the son does not want her there. The female was arrested for being intoxicated in public.

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Police responded to a domestic violence call for service on Donner Pass Road. Upon arrival, both parties were contacted and the male half was determined to be the primary aggressor and was subsequently arrested. the male subject was then transported to the Nevada County Sheriff's Office and was booked without further incident.

Subject was contacted sleeping in the reporting party's vehicle without permission. The subject was booked for public intoxication.

Officers reported a complicated civil issue regarding multiple evictions and dispute over who owns the property on Alder Creek Road.

An unknown suspect stole a tool box from the back of a pickup on Donner Pass Road.

Vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation and the driver was arrested for DUI.

September 18

Reporting party reported threatening letter by employee at her residence in Sparks. Courtesy report was taken for Sparks Police Department.

Subject was arrested for being intoxicated in public on Deerfield Drive.

Officers contacted a subject who had caused a disturbance at a nearby restaurant on Deerfield Drive. The subject was arrested and booked for public intoxication.

September 19

Subject sent emails out regarding government corruption. Report was taken for information only.

September 20

Reporting party reported her boyfriend violating a court order, restraining him from coming to her house.

Witness followed a possible drunk driver. The driver was found, tested and arrested for DUI.

September 21

Vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation and the driver was arrested for DUI.

September 22

A Nevada County Deputy called for assistance with a combative subject on Levon Avenue. The subject was quickly apprehended upon Truckee police officers' arrival.

September 23

Known suspect entered an occupied apartment on Estates Drive and fled when was confronted by the owner. The suspect was also on the apartment grounds after being served with a "Stay-Away" letter. The report was forwarded to the District Attorney for warrant.

Burglary occurred sometime during the last two or three weeks on Copenhagen Drive. The method of entry was through a stolen lockbox left out for realtors.

Officers, investigating a possible transient camp, located three air soft rifles that were hidden beneath some trash. The camp was unoccupied and weapons were booked as found property. Courtesy notice was left at the location.

September 24

Possible hit and run resulted in the incident being a misunderstanding. Information was exchanged between both parties. Not report was desired.

September 27

Subject fell and hit his head. Medical staff cleared him at the scene. The subject was found to be too intoxicated to care for his own safety and was arrested.

Officers documented a simple assault. No prosecution was desired.

September 28

Reporting party reported his wife showed up at his house in violation of a restraining order. Report was taken.

September 29

Subject pushed his girlfriend onto bed and hurt her wrist during an argument.

A domestic violence victim requested Truckee Police to photograph some injuries she suffered for a previously reported domestic violence incident in Reno.

September 30

A male subject was arrested for violating a Domestic Violence Restraining order.

Vehicle was repossessed without the owner's knowledge. The missing vehicle was entered in the system.

A female was involved in rollover collision on Skislpoe and was suspected to be under the influence of drugs. She was cited for DUI at the hospital.

October 2

Officers responded to a report of a heavily intoxicated subject inside of a bar unable to care for himself. The bar owner requested the subject to be removed from the premises. The subject was arrested and booked for public intoxication.

A vicious dog attacked and nearly killed a neighbors' dog on Chateau Way On Oct. 1. On Oct. 2, the same dog was off leash and trying to get into the injured dog's house. Report was forwarded to animal control.

A 9-year-old student brought a knife to school. The same student also threatened another student but did not threaten the student with the knife. The incident occurred on Dorchester Drive.

Driver was observed driving recklessly by an off-duty officer. The driver was eventually contacted by officers and detained for driving under the influence of alcohol. The driver had two children in his vehicle and was determined he was driving while intoxicated. The driver was arrested for DUI and child endangerment.

October 3

Several students set the school's fire alarm system off when there was no fire.

A women reported witnessing a hit and run collision in a parking lot on Donner Pass Road. Offices responded and took a report.

Subject was contacted and was determined to be drunk in public. The subject was transported and booked in Nevada County Sheriff's Office.

October 4

A driver was stopped for poor driving and was found to be DUI.

A 56-year-old man was reported missing by his wife. He had not been seen for approximately 15 hours. Officers took a missing persons report, issued a "be on the lookout" to local law enforcement and entered the missing person into California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System as missing person. The subject was later located at home in Folsom.

Reporting party found a laptop computer and some paperwork on the side of the road.

A woman called the police to report that her wallet had been taken from inside her purse that she left unattended in a store on West River Street.

A woman called to report her husband had verbally threatened her. Officers arrived on scene and determined that there had been an argument between the husband and the wife, but no crime was committed. The couple agreed to separate for the night to further diffuse the situation and surrendered the firearms that were in the house to officers for safe keeping.

October 5

Officers responded to a family disturbance on Donner Pass Road.

October 6

Driver was stopped for registration violation. The registration expired in 2010. Vehicle was towed.