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Truckee Police logs: Plenty of booze-related incidents so far in 2015

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Dec. 30 through Jan. 20, along with previously unreported incidents.

December 30

Officers took a report of a solo vehicle spinout into state property. No injuries were reported.

Subject was arrested for drunk in public. During transport the subject became combative and assaulted law enforcement. The subject was booked in Nevada City on multiple charges.

Officers took a report of theft of purse from unlocked vehicle.

December 31

Victim reported he might be the victim of identity theft but while reviewing his credit report there might have been an error linking the victim’s credit report to another person’s. The case was documented as an informational report until the victim contacts the credit bureau and Social Security Administration.

January 1

Officers contacted a subject known to be on DUI probation. The subject arrested for public intoxication and violation of probation.

Subject was contacted downtown and found to be heavily intoxicated. The subject urinated on himself and was found to be unable to care for himself. The subject was arrested for public intoxication and transported to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office where he was booked without further incident.

Vehicle was stopped for doing “doughnuts” in the street. The driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for DUI.

Officers took a report of injury traffic collision.

Homicide suspect out of Idaho was observed driving through the Glenshire Subdivision. Felony stop was conducted on the vehicle. The suspect was discovered hiding in the back seat. The suspect was arrested on outstanding manslaughter warrant as well as an out of county warrant from Solano County.

January 2

Subject was booked for public intoxication and cited and released for Placer Count warrant.

Officers took a report of a hit and run collision with limited suspect information.

Reporting party turned in a wallet that was found in the Prosser area.

January 3

Subject was passed out blocking the sidewalk in front of the Police Department. The subject was arrested for drunk in public.

January 4

Late report was taken of a male subject that kicked a victim’s dog after it barked at him. The victim confronted the male about the incident. During the altercation, the male pushed the victim to the ground and fled the scene.

Officers documented disturbance between two adults males on Donner Pass Road.

January 5

Officers responded to the hospital for an intoxicated subject. Upon arrival, officers contacted a man in the lobby and arrested him for drunk in public.

Information report was generated regarding a probation search.

Vehicle struck utility pole causing total damage. The driver failed to notify police and had the vehicle towed. The power company discovered the damaged pole days later and reported to police. Suspect’s vehicle was located from on-scene evidence and the driver was identified. The report was forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for review of hit and run.

A dog attacked a horse and caused injury.

A man who was recently arrested for being drunk in public arrived at the police department intoxicated to pick up some property. The man was arrested again for drunk in public.

Victim believed their home had been burglarized several times over the last few months after numerous property items have gone missing from the interior of her apartment, located on Martis Valley Road.

An 18-year-old victim left the vacation rental home that the family had rented in Tahoe Donner with no explanation. Extensive area check was conducted but victim was not located. Victim is not from the area and does not know anybody in town.

January 6

Counter report was taken for found ski boot that was located along West River Street. The ski boot was booked for safekeeping.

An unknown suspect entered victim’s residence and stole and iPad and Adderall.

Employees escorted drunken man out of local bar on Donner Pass Road. It was determined that he was unable to care for himself and he was arrested for drunk in public.

January 7

Subject was stopped for vehicle code violations and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Two brothers were involved in a physical altercation out front of a hotel on Deerfield Drive. As a result of the altercation two panes of glass to the two double doors entering the hotel where shattered. The hotel owner and the responsible party were trying to work out a payment for the damage. The following the day the hotel owner called but was unable to contact the suspect. The hotel owner believes the suspect is avoiding contact and would like the report to be forwarded to the district attorney for review.

Uncooperative victim said individuals who hit her in the head assaulted her. Victim was located in her residence on Ramshorn Street with bruises on her eyes, face and arms. Victim refused to tell law enforcement what happened. The victim was under the influence of alcohol and five months pregnant. The victim declined medical treatment and parental care.

January 8

Drunken suspect entered the gas station on Deerfield Drive and appeared confused and could not enter simple questions. The suspect was arrested for public intoxication.

Victim requested a report to be generated for a physical fight with her roommate this morning. No prosecution was desired.

January 9

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

Vehicle stop was conducted foe vehicle code violations on Church Street. The driver of the vehicle was found to have been driving under the influence of alcohol. Vehicle search revealed marijuana, a controlled substance and a loaded stolen handgun. The driver was arrested and booked for various charges.

January 10

Truckee Police Canine Unit assisted California Highway Patrol with narcotics trafficking investigation. A positive canine alert lead to the discovery of bulk marijuana. Two suspects were arrested for drug trafficking charges.

Vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violations. Search of the vehicle revealed narcotics, numerous credit cards, identification cards and clothing items, which appeared to be forged and purchased with false credit cars.

January 11

Unknown person called the reporting party from an out of country phone number and threatened her. Report was taken.

January 12

A transient, who was looking for a ride out of town, approached officers. The man had a felony no bail warrant and was arrested without incident.

Officers took a report of minor injury traffic collision.

Citizen was relinquishing ownership of a firearm registered to him.

January 13

Officers took a report of traffic collision.

Subject, driving under the influence of alcohol caused a non-injury traffic accident. The subject was arrested and booked.

Suspect shoplifted beer and chips form a store on Donner Pass Road. The clerk was able to recover the merchandise after confronting the suspect in the parking lot.

Victim reported theft of unlocked bicycle from a business parking lot on East Street.

Fraudulent check was mailed as a result of a Craigslist advertisement.

January 14

Marriage dispute turned into a domestic violence incident on Pioneer Trail Drive. The suspect fled the area. Warrant was obtained for the suspect’s arrest.

January 16

Subject was seen stumbling down the street and was arrested for public intoxication.

Officer saw a subject urinating in public. Officer contacted the subject and determined subject was drunk and unable to take care of himself. The subject was arrested.

Officers took a report of two vehicle non-injury collision. One of the drivers was found to be DUI and was arrested.

Officers contacted a suspicious parked vehicle on Donner Trail Road. An investigation resulted in two subjects, one being a minor, and was cited and released for alcohol violations.

January 17

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

DUI driver was arrested after vehicle was stopped for minor traffic violation.

Truckee Police canine unit assisted California Highway Patrol with a narcotics trafficking investigation. A positive canine alert resulted in the seizure of bulk narcotics and the arrest of one adult.

A traffic stop resulted in the driver being arrested for DUI.

Truckee Police canine unit assisted California Highway Patrol with narcotics trafficking investigation. A positive canine alert resulted in the seizure of bulk narcotics and the arrest of three adults.

January 18

Agency assist for Nevada County Sheriff’s Office. A subject was arrested for public intoxication while trying to enter a residence not belonging to him on Poma Lane.

Officer observed passenger in moving vehicle with an open container of alcohol. The car was stopped and the person was cited.

January 19

Reporting party wanted to report a suspicious male on the golf course behind their house, who he believed might have been watching his juvenile daughter and friend play. The case was documented as informational report.

January 20

Victim wanted to report his phone lost during a doctor’s appointment on Donner Pass Road. The case was documented as an informational report.

Reporting party reported seeing two subjects smoking marijuana in a parking lot on Donner Pass Road. The subject were located and one of them was cited for possession of marijuana.


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