Truckee police logs, Dec. 12-20, 2011 |

Truckee police logs, Dec. 12-20, 2011

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Below are incidents from The Truckee Police Department’s press log for Dec. 12-20, 2011, as well as previously unreported incidents.

Accidents: 4

DUI: 4

Dec. 3

and#8226; A person reported that he had come home after an absence to determine an unknown person had broken into his residence and stolen numerous items.

Dec. 10

and#8226; At 7 a.m. on Northwoods Boulevard, a person reported a small safe had been stolen from a home.

Dec. 11

and#8226; At 12:25 p.m. at a downtown restaurant on Bridge Street, employees reported the theft of $6,980 from an unlocked back room. Video footage of The suspect was recorded on The restaurantand#8217;s surveillance system.

and#8226; At about 6 a.m. on Waters Way, a pair of suspects entered a laundry room located at an apartment complex. They then forced their way into a coin-operated washer and dryer. Both suspects were identified; one is in custody, and one is still outstanding.

Dec. 12

and#8226; At 9 a.m. at a home on South River Street, a person located property in his side of the yard that didnand#8217;t belong to him. The property was taken by Truckee Police and booked under found property.

and#8226; At 2:26 p.m. at a home on Jeffrey Way, a male subject called 911 to report a medical issue. After the phone disconnected, Truckee Police and Truckee Fire Protection District personnel arrived and found the subject unconscious by the front door. Fire personnel were unable to resuscitate him and he was confirmed deceased. The subject had several medical issues; no suspicious circumstances were present.

and#8226; At 4:50 p.m. on Meadow Way, a male subjected entered a local store, looked at some clothing and then entered the dressing rooms. When the male exited, employees believed he might have stolen something; however, none of the employees actually saw the male take any clothing. When confronted by employees, the male left the story after a minor struggle. Informational report taken.

Dec. 13

and#8226; At 7:48 a.m. near the I-80 westbound ramp near Pioneer Trail, a citizen saw a male adult with Down syndrome walking on the on-ramp. The citizen stopped and provided transportation to the school where the incident was reported.

Dec. 14

and#8226; At 9:55 a.m. near Prosser Dam Road at Prosser Lake, a student was found to be truant and was released to parents.

and#8226; At noon on Pioneer Trail, a person reported that he/she believed an unknown subject entered a vacant mobile home for sale. Informational report taken.

and#8226; At noon at a home on Martis Drive, a person reported that a suspect(s) was believed to have taken two boxes off the victimand#8217;s doorstep without consent.

Dec. 16

and#8226; At the police station on Truckee Airport Road, a town employee turned in a cellphone that was left in the menand#8217;s rest room. Informational report taken.

Dec. 19

and#8226; Beginning at 3 p.m., Truckee Police provided assistance to The California Highway Patrol regarding a subject threatening anotherand#8217;s life in a vehicle while traveling east on Interstate 80. The passenger got out of the vehicle at the agricultural checkpoint in Truckee. The vehicle began traveling westbound and a vehicle pursuit ensured. The driver abandoned the vehicle in Placer County.

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