Truckee Police logs, April 9-15 |

Truckee Police logs, April 9-15

TRUCKEE, Calif. — Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for April 9-15, along with previously unreported incidents.

April 9

An unknown person used victim’s identity to open up several credit accounts.

April 10

A vehicle was stopped for investigation into possible stolen property from a business. It was determined the passenger had outstanding misdemeanor warrant. The passenger was arrested on a warrant.

Victim reported his was assaulted by an unknown male in the parking lot of a local business. The reporting party was riding his bicycle and unknown man in a truck pulled over and punched him in the face. The unknown suspect then left the scene.

Subject reported possible child abuse on Waters Way. There was no incident found.

April 11

Officers took a report of a missing person.

A female was arrested for public intoxication on Palisades Drive. The female was medically cleared and subsequently booked into the Truckee Jail.

A juvenile was cited and released for stealing several items over a several month period.

April 12

Officers were dispatched to Donner Pass Road regarding an assault. A male adult was sent to the emergency room with a knife wound to his head. Officers arrived on scene and conducted a criminal investigation.

A half cord of firewood was stolen from front porch area of a vacation home on Kitzbuhel Road. There is no further information.

An unknown person hit the front license plate of a vehicle causing the plate to break away from the vehicle. The incident occurred on Donner Pass Road.

Police received a secondhand report of a verbal abuse in home on Estates Drive. The family is filing restraining order paperwork. There was no physical violence involved. Report was taken for documentation only.

April 13

Found property was turned into the police department. The property was later connected with a theft report out of Washoe County.

Victim reported her phone was taken from her coat while at a restaurant on Rue Hilltop Road.

Driver was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Truckee police officers were dispatched to a vehicle that had driven down a dead end road and somehow became wedged between a large concrete wall and an abandoned house on High Street. Officers arrived on scene and located a vehicle along with the driver who showed obvious signs of intoxication. The driver was subsequently arrested for DUI and booked into Nevada County Jail.

Suspect stumbled out in front of an officer’s patrol car. The suspect was intoxicated and unable to care for his own safety. The suspect also had an outstanding misdemeanor warranty. The suspect was arrested for warrant and being drunk in public.

April 14

Officers contacted a driver asleep in a car. The driver was arrested for public intoxication.

An unknown suspect broke into business on Donner Pass Road and stole property from individual agents in the business.

A vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation. The driver was found to be DUI. The driver was arrested and booked at Nevada County Sheriff’s Office.

April 15

Victim reported an unknown suspect used her social security number to file taxes.

A caller reported hearing a disturbance between a male and a female at a neighborhood house on Boca Street. Officers responded and found the male half intoxicated. The female suspect had left. She was contacted via phone. The two subjects provided conflicting accounts of what happened and were uncooperative. Officers took a report of domestic battery and forwarded to the district attorney for review.

Victim reported property damage by her brother. The incident occurred on Village Way.

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