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Truckee Police logs: Sex offender caught with narcotic paraphernalia

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for December 9-16, along with previously unreported incidents.

December 9

A compliance check was conducted on a registered sex offender. He was discovered to be in possession of narcotic paraphernalia. The case was forwarded to his supervising probation officer for further action.

Officers responded to a report of a single vehicle rollover in the downtown area. Upon contact with the driver, it was determined the driver was under the influence of alcohol and was subsequently arrested. The driver was transported to the hospital for medical clearance, then to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office for booking.

Officers took a report of vehicle collision.

December 10

Vehicle called in a vehicle collision on West River Street. The vehicle and the driver were located and the driver was arrested for DUI.

A search warrant was served at a local residence. During the search, illegal narcotics were located. The case was submitted to the District Attorney for further review and or action.

Officers responded to a report of a marijuana grow operation inside of a residence. The homeowner was in compliance with California Prop 215 laws.

California Highway Patrol assisted contacting a reckless driver, reported by an off-duty Truckee Police Officer.

December 11

Officers contacted a recently fired employee in front of a business on Donner Pass Road. The subject was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Vehicle was stopped for driving without taillights or headlights. The driver was arrested for DUI.

A woman called to report a possible assault that had occurred approximately one month ago. Officers responded and found that there was a landlord/tenant dispute and the allegation was unfounded. Report was generated for information only.

Vehicle collision was reported on Northwoods Boulevard. Officers contacted the driver that was crashed off the roadway shoulder. The driver was under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for DUI.

December 12

Driver was stopped for traffic violations and was determined to be a DUI. The driver was arrested and booked.

A man was stopped for a traffic violation. He was cited and released on a Placer County warrant.

Officers took a report of a neighbor dispute over garage. Informational report was taken.

December 13

Suspect punched victim in the face because he was upset with his son. The victim desired prosecution for misdemeanor battery. The suspect was issued a citation and was released. The incident occurred on Waters Way.

Officers took a report of an accident. Snowplow caused damage to a parked vehicle.

Officers responded to a third party report of a possible domestic violence call at a shopping center on Deerfield Drive. The involved subjects left prior to officers arriving. The potential victim was later located in Washoe County. The victim denied any crimes occurred. Report was taken for information only.

Victim reported telephonic threats against her life from unknown suspect.

December 14

Driver was stopped and cited for reckless driving.

Officers responded to a call of a domestic dispute in progress. A male and female were located on scene and officers determined the dispute was verbal in nature. A report was generated for documentation purposes.

Officers took a report of minor physical altercation between husband and wife. It was determined the female half was the main aggressor. The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney for charges.

December 15

Officers took a report of three vehicles, two-person injury collision.

Reporting party reported his vehicle was vandalized by a neighbor overnight.

A private snowplow was conducting snow removal operations when a vehicle in the roadway struck it.

A speed complaint was taken about speeding on Northwoods Boulevard.


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