Truckee Police Logs Public urination, alleged drunkenness, more
TRUCKEE, Calif. — Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Sept. 1-8, along with previously unreported incidents.
A fight between family members near Brockway Road around 12:30 a.m. required police attention. Police arrived and were able to break up the fight. Police report no formal charges were filed.
A suspect allegedly found urinating near Donner Pass Road around 1 a.m. was later determined to allegedly be under the influence, according to police. Police report the individual was unable to follow “simple instructions” and was subsequently arrested on charges of public intoxication.
Police report responding to a 8 p.m. call from a man alleging his ex-girlfriend to be heavily intoxicated and causing a disturbance near Trails End Road. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the woman and subsequently arrested her on charges of public drunkenness, according to police. The woman was then transported to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office for booking.
A report was filed for a missing person, whose last known address was in Reno, Nevada, according to police. The report was filed as a courtesy for Reno Police Department.
Police report the manager of a grocery store called to inform officers of a former employee allegedly causing a disturbance inside the Donner Pass Road location, sometime around 11:30 p.m. Police arrived at the scene to find the former employee still at the location and subsequently escorted him away from the store. Sometime later, police report the former employee returned to the store allegedly causing further disturbance. The employee was then arrested and transported to NCSO without further incident.
A vehicle reported stolen by the Auburn-area California Highway Patrol branch was discovered in a Deerfield Drive parking lot, according to police. The suspected thief, also located by TPD, was subsequently arrested and booked by Auburn CHP on auto theft charges, according to police. Police report the car was returned to its owner.
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