Truckee Police Logs: Suspect sleeping in post office arrested on felony warrant
Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for June 9-23, along with previously unreported incidents.
Officer responded to reported vandalism in a mobile home park playground. No suspect information was taken.
Report of a victim alleging being struck closed fisted across the head after having a knife pulled on him in a threatening manner. A suspect was located later and arrested.
Reports of an intoxicated male led officers to the determination that the male was unable to care for himself due to his reported level of intoxication. The male was subsequently arrested for public intoxication and transported to NCSO where he was booked without further issue.
Suspect was arrested for public intoxication.
Suspect was seen staggering near the “old Truckee jail,” toward the backside of the building. The suspect was contacted while urinating against the wall of the building. The suspect showed alleged signs of intoxication and was subsequently arrested for public intoxication and transported to NCSO.
Suspect was seen walking from downtown Truckee over railroad tracks toward West River Street. The suspect was allegedly yelling profanities and striking roadway signs. The suspect was contacted and allegedly became verbally argumentative and physically resistive. The suspect allegedly showed overt signs of intoxication and was subsequently arrested for public intoxication.
Suspect observed while allegedly having trouble backing and parking a vehicle. The driver was found to be reportedly intoxicated and was arrested thereafter.
Suspect was located running around downtown and was arrested for allegedly being intoxicated in public.
Juvenile driver was stopped for a traffic infraction and was found to be in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia associated with marijuana. The driver was cited and released on scene to a guardian.
A domestic altercation turned physical, resulting in minor injuries. The male was arrested and booked.
Suspect contacted after allegedly attempting to evade officer contact. The suspect was allegedly found to be too intoxicated, and attempted to pull away during the arrest process. The suspect was booked and jailed without further incident.
The suspect was contacted after being reported as sleeping in the U.S. Post Office. The suspect was later identified and determined to have a felony warrant out of Wyoming and arrested.
A deer was reported being hit by a vehicle on Highway 267 at Brockway Road. The deer was removed from the roadway and put down utilizing a department issued shotgun.
Officers responded to a residence regarding a reportedly out of control suspect. The suspect was located and cooperative. During the investigation the suspect was found to be in possession of narcotics and was subsequently arrested.
Suspect was seen attempting to access a vehicle that apparently belonged to someone else. The suspect was later determined to be intoxicated and was arrested.
Suspect was located staggering down a sidewalk and attempting to pull a sign out of the ground. The suspect was in turn arrested for allegedly being intoxicated in public.
A driver was stopped for a vehicle code infraction and was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.
A driver was stopped for being possibly intoxicated while driving. The driver was then arrested for allegedly driving under the influence and was found to be in possession of a falsified driver license.
An unattended vehicle rolled from its parking space into another vehicle. No damage was reported on other vehicle, while the unattended vehicle was towed.
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