Truckee Police logs, Jan. 3-8
TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Below are incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for Jan. 3-8, along with previously unreported incidents.Reports of vehicles towed from Truckee post office during this time frame: 16Dec. 29andamp;#8226; An unknown person broke into a vehicle at a school parking lot and attempted to take it without the ownerandamp;#8217;s permission.Jan. 4andamp;#8226; At 10:30 p.m., a mother called to reporter her 27-year-old son took some medication from her purse. The son denied the allegation and said his mother actually took some of his medication. Report taken.andamp;#8226; At 4:43 p.m., a report came in that an unlocked vehicle on Wiltshire Lane had been broken into and items stolen.Jan. 5andamp;#8226; At 10:30 a.m., officers responded to a report that an unknown suspect(s) had taken a full box of skiing equipment our of a victimandamp;#8217;s unlocked business on Brockway Road without the victimandamp;#8217;s knowledge or consent.Jan. 6andamp;#8226; At about 6:30 p.m., a person called deputies to report there was a suspicious truck towing a flatbed trailer with a hot tub in it on Cristallina Way, eventually parking in a neighborandamp;#8217;s driveway. Report taken.andamp;#8226; During a routine traffic stop, officer discovered the drive had a $2,500 traffic warrant out of Lassen County. Driver cited and released.Jan. 7andamp;#8226; Person called at noon to say he had found a California driverandamp;#8217;s license and broken credit card near West River Street and Riverside Drive while taking a walk. Report taken.andamp;#8226; At about 4:05 p.m., two juveniles were found inside an empty residence for sale on Pioneer Trail. Inside, deputies found multiple broken beer bottles and trash. There were multiple holes in the walls as well. Owner determined damage to be about $1,500. Both juveniles were cited and released to parents.Jan. 8andamp;#8226; A person called officers at about 10:30 p.m. to report cash had been taken from his wallet while at work at a business on Deerfield Drive. No suspect information was given.
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