Truckee police logs
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Below are incidents taken from the Truckee Police Departmentand#8217;s daily press log for June 29-July 14, in addition to previously unrecorded incidents reported during the time period.
Stored vehicle: 8
Public intoxication: 2
Auto theft: At 6 p.m. on Whitetail Court a juvenile stole his parentand#8217;s car and money from the vehicleand#8217;s center console. The juvenile was cited and released to his parents.
Battery: At 3 a.m. on Pioneer Trail neighbors alerted police of a domestic dispute between a male subject and female subject after screams were heard at the victimand#8217;s residence. Upon arrival the victim told police her partner had allegedly bit her right upper arm and struck her on the head with his knee before brandishing a folding pocket knife. In her attempt to flee the residence the victim said she was pushed into a dining table causing pain to her foot. Before leaving the residence the subject removed the battery of the victimand#8217;s cell phone so she was not permitted to call police. The suspectand#8217;s current whereabouts are unknown at this time after he fled on foot immediately after the incident.
Threats: At 3:30 p.m. on Pioneer Trail a local mobile home manager found some threatening writing on a closet wall after evicting a tenant.
Vandalism: At 9 a.m. on Estates Drive a victimand#8217;s vehicle was vandalized with what appeared to officers as a BB gun.
Theft: At 4 p.m. on Pine Avenue a doctorand#8217;s medical prescription pad was stolen from a hospital. Officers report no leads on the theft.
Theft: At 12 a.m. on Muhlebach Way items were stolen from a victimand#8217;s unlocked vehicle.
Battery: At 1:30 a.m. on Donner Pass Road a victim was left unconscious after a subject punched him in the head. The subject was identified by a witness and taken into custody.
Disorderly conduct: At 5:20 a.m. on Deerfield Drive officers arrested a man whoand#8217;d passed out in front of a property. Officers determined the man to be intoxicated and unable to care for himself.
Petty theft: At 1:15 p.m. on Donner Pass Road an unlocked vehicle was entered by an unknown subject and a stereo deck was stolen.
Battery: At 7:39 p.m. on Rue Ivy a juvenile play fight turned into battery after the fight turned aggressive; officers cited one of the juveniles for battery.
Disorderly conduct: At 1 a.m. on Donner Pass Road a subject was contacted by officers after a reported conflict at a local bar. The subject was determined to be drunk in public and was arrested for public drunkenness.
Marijuana: At 9:20 a.m. on Highland Drive a reporting party found 1.58 ounces of marijuana and turned the drug in to officers for destruction.
Burglary: At 2 p.m. on Estates Drive an apartment was broken into and several pieces of jewelry were stolen.
Shoplifting: At 1:30 p.m. on Donner Pass Road a subject was taken into custody after being caught shoplifting.
Disorderly conduct: At 9:45 p.m. on Bridge Street a subject was reported to be lying on the ground kicking and screaming. Officers arrested the subject for public intoxication.
Disorderly conduct: At 6:11 p.m. on Donner Pass Road a female subject was arrested for being drunk in public.
Vandalism: At 11:33 p.m. on Donner Pass Road two juveniles were arrested after they were caught painting on several structures around Truckee. Both were cited and released to their parents.
Missing child: A concerned woman reported her roommateand#8217;s 3-year-old child had not been seen for about 10 days. When questioned by officers the roommate became defensive and claimed the child was with a babysitter who was believed to have moved to Sacramento approximately a week before. The childand#8217;s whereabouts could not be confirmed at the time of the report, but was later located with the babysitter in Sacramento and returned to the mother.
Grand theft: At 7 a.m. on Donner Pass Road an engagement ring was stolen at a Fourth of July party.
Stolen vehicle: A 9 a.m. on Donner Pass Road a boat trailer was reported stolen by a reporting party.
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