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Police reports

The police reports are taken from the Truckee Police Department and Nevada County Sheriff’s Office logs for April 14 Ð 21.

April 14

– At 5:16 p.m. on the 10800 block of Donner Pass Road a man at the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office came in requesting a bus voucher to Sacramento. The man claimed to have gambled all of his money away in Reno, and would return in the morning for the voucher. He was equipped to spend the night with a sleeping bag and other gear.

April 15

– At 7:27 a.m. on the 11300 block of Ridge Road a woman reported that her car had been stolen during the night. The vehicle had been left unlocked overnight. Identifying features of the vehicle included a “gaper killer” sticker over the rear license plate. The vehicle was located on April 18 in the vicinity of Coldstream Canyon.

– At 2:18 p.m. on the Little Truckee River the Fish and Game Department requested assistance detaining two subjects who were illegally fishing on the river, approximately half a mile from Boca Reservoir. By the time a deputy got to the area the subjects were gone.

– At 5:19 p.m. on the 10700 block of Martis Drive a man called to complain about public busses speeding on Martis Drive. He also mentioned that there were many kids who play in the street in the area. The dispatcher who took the call also testified to having noticed public busses speeding on Martis Drive, and said that his neighbor had actually spoken with town administrators about the problem. Dispatchers referred the situation to the Town administration.

– At 8:22 p.m. on the 12400 block of Sierra Drive a woman called to report that her house had been broken into and money had been taken. Officers on the scene took a report and are currently investigating the incident.

– At 10:23 p.m. a man was arrested on suspicion on drunkenness.

April 16

– At 8:50 p.m. on Alder drive a woman called to report that there were llamas and donkeys in the street. Animal control officers were dispatched and later reported that they were able to get the llamas and donkeys back in their pen, but were unable to round up all of the goats.

April 17

– At 12:08 a.m. on Northwoods Boulevard a man was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor drunken driving.

– At 11:59 p.m. on the 10000 block of Wiltshire Lane a woman was arrested on suspicion of drunkenness after officers received a report of a large party with many cars coming and going. Officers on the scene spoke with the reporting party and arrested a party goer.

April 18

– At 1:49 a.m. on the 16100 block of Canterbury Lane a juvenile was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor drunken driving. The juvenile was later released to the custody of his father.

April 19

– At 12:30 p.m. on the 10100 block of Truckee Tahoe Airport Road a man was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence.

– At 6:38 p.m. on the 11400 block of Deerfield Drive a man was arrested on suspicion of drunkenness after a local restaurant called the police about a customer who appeared to be drunk.

April 20

– At 11:44 a.m. at the West End Beach at Donner Lake an anonymous caller reported that two subjects had placed a picnic bench in the lake as a platform to fish from. The caller was concerned that the subjects would not return the bench to the shore when they were done fishing. An officer on the scene spoke with the fishermen who assured the officer that they would remove the bench from the lake when they were done.

– At 12:51 p.m. on the 11400 block of Donner Pass Road a man was arrested on suspicion of drunkenness after a local business reported that the man came into their building and started yelling obscenities.

– At 2:23 p.m. on Donner Pass Road a CHP officer notified dispatch of a bear in the vicinity of Donner Pass Road and Interstate 80. Animal control and Truckee Police officers were dispatched to divert the bear from the area and ensure that it did not walk on to Interstate 80.

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