Truckee Police Logs, Feb. 25-March 2

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Feb. 25 through March 2, along with previously unreported incidents.

January 11

Victim received a collection notice from a company that she does not conduct business with. The victim believes an unknown suspect has used her personal information to de-fraud her. The victim required a police report to be sent to the company in order for the collection notices to be taken care of.

February 25

A victim reported her wallet as stolen.

An unknown suspect(s) took $1,085 worth of jewelry from victim’s workplace without the knowledge or consent of the victim. The victim did not desire further investigation. The incident occurred on Brockway Road.

February 26

Reporting party reported father provided marijuana to his step-son. No credible information could be obtained, report taken for information only.

A local condo manager located methamphetamine in the street within the condo complex on River Loop. The drugs were taken in for destruction. There is no suspect information available; the case was documented as an informational report.

Reporting party reported her daughter is receiving threatening texts from an unknown suspect.

February 27

A subject bought wood from another person. The person is saying he will come back to the address on Willow Street and things will get out of control. Informational report was taken.

February 28

A reporting party called the police and stated her husband had just assaulted her at their house on Smith Street. The husband had fled the scene prior to police arrival. He was later arrested when he returned to the residence and caused another disturbance.

A juvenile was caught smoking marijuana on Donner Pass Road. The juvenile was cited and released to a parent.

Officers reported non-injury vehicle collision on Highway 267 at Highway 80. Report was taken for insurance purposes only.

Two subjects attempted entry into residence on Estates Drive. The subjects were unable to gain entry and fled the area.

Officers took a report of stolen stereo out of unlocked vehicle on Moraine Road.

Four juveniles were contacted in a vehicle on Donner Trail at North of Bull Pine Road and found to be smoking marijuana. The juveniles were cited and released.

A juvenile on active probation was contacted. The juvenile provided a presumptive test of marijuana. The case was forwarded to probation officer for further action.

March 1

An unknown suspect entered a vehicle through the back window and stole the stereo. The incident occurred on Moraine Road.

Officers responded to a report of a drunk subject refusing to leave a restaurant on Deerfield Drive. The subject was located urinating on the side of the building and was subsequently arrested.

A laptop was found and turned in to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office. Truckee Police Department officers investigated and the investigation revealed that the owner lives in Texas. The property will be returned to the owner.

A subject passed fraudulent U.S. currency at a business downtown. Report was filed.

A subject was found deceased by family. The report was referred to Nevada County Sheriff’s Office for Coroner.

Officers contacted subjects on Cold Stream Road in reference to trespassing a local business. The subjects were cited for marijuana possession.

March 2

Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call on Martis Valley Road. Upon arrival, officers discovered three children home alone and living in unsanitary and unsafe conditions. The parents were located and started the clean up process. The incident was referred to Child Protective Services.

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