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Truckee Police Logs: Officers respond to woman calling for help in wooded area

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for July 14 to July 21, along with previously unreported incidents.

July 15

A Truckee Police Department officer found a man lying unconscious on the pavement of a parking lot near Brockway Road around 6:30 p.m. Police placed the man under arrest on charges of public intoxication, according to police.

Around 6:30 p.m. a woman was discovered unconscious under a tree near Brockway Rd., according to police. Police reportedly determined the woman was intoxicated and could not care for herself. She was placed under arrest for public intoxication, according to police.

July 17

Police responded to a report of a woman being stalked by another vehicle to find out that the individual was in fact a licensed private investigator, police said.

Responding to a noise complaint filed around 9:32 p.m., police arrived to the residential area on Copenhagen Drive. Upon arrival police said they discovered an intoxicated individual who was placed under arrest on charges of public intoxication.

July 18

Police report two dogs seen in a parked vehicle near Northwoods Boulevard were exposed to direct sunlight and rising temperatures. According to police, the owner was eventually located and cited for the incident.

July 20

An incident reported along Granite Drive around 11:15 p.m. described a female voice calling for help behind a nearby residence, in a wooded area. Police report an extensive search of the area was completed and an intoxicated female was located. According to police, the female was escorted from the woods and arrested on charges of public intoxication. Police noted the female had an outstanding valid misdemeanor warrant. The female was transported and booked at the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office without further incident, according to police.


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