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Truckee Police searching for man, 30, accused of domestic abuse, kidnapping

Josh Staab
jstaab@sierrasun.com
Truckee Police are searching for Corbin Nunnally, 30, who they believe is responsible for a number of felonies, including kidnapping, child endangerment and domestic abuse.
Courtesy Truckee Police Department |

UPDATE: 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 9:

Authorities arrested Nunnally on Saturday afternoon on Interstate 80, near the Hirschdale exit, after pulling over a Greyhound bus he was aboard.

The original story is below:

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TRUCKEE, Calif. — Police are continuing a search Friday for a man wanted in connection with multiple felonies, including kidnapping, domestic abuse and child endangerment.

Truckee Police Department officers began their search for Corbin Nunnally, 30, following a 5 p.m. report Thursday at the Gateway Shopping Center on Donner Pass Road related to a woman in distress and possibly in need of help, officials said.

As police arrived, Nunnally reportedly fled into a nearby subdivision, leaving the female victim behind.

Officials with TPD, California Highway Patrol and Nevada County Sheriff’s Office began actively searching for Nunnally after finding no sign of him in and around the shopping center, according to a TPD report on Thursday.

Nunnally is described as a white male with a shaved head, last seen wearing a long-sleeved white button-up shirt and light-colored Dickies-style pants.

He is wanted for several felony charges, including domestic violence, kidnapping, child endangerment and robbery, police said.

Nunnally is not known to have any weapons, but is considered dangerous based on the nature of his crimes, according to a Thursday evening statement.

A later statement from Truckee Police indicated, however, that, “there does not appear to be any threat to the public at this time.”


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