Truckee Police Logs, Jan. 9-21
TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Below are incidents from the Truckee Police Departmentandamp;#8217;s press log for Jan. 9-21, along with previously unreported incidents.Reports of vehicles towed from Truckee post office during this time frame: 23Accidents: 2DUI: 2Jan. 6andamp;#8226; Around 5 p.m., an officer responded to a report from a victim who said her iPod Touch was stolen from a home on Estates Drive.Jan. 7andamp;#8226; A subject reported her cellphone was stolen out of her purse while at a house party in Carson City.andamp;#8226; A snowblower was reported stolen from a driveway on Muhlebach Way.Jan. 8andamp;#8226; Around 4:30 p.m., officers responded to a home on Lookout Loop, where an elderly female was found deceased by natural causes in her bedroom.Jan. 9andamp;#8226; Around 1:08 p.m. on Prosser Dam Road, a subject was arrested for public intoxication.andamp;#8226; At 7:20 a.m. at a home on Minnow Street, officers responded to a report from a mother that her daughter had run away. The juvenile was eventually located and returned to her mother.andamp;#8226; Around 6:33 p.m., officers were dispatched to a report of a citizen detaining a residential burglary suspect at a home on Donner Pass Road. The suspect was subsequently arrested.andamp;#8226; At 8 a.m., a subject reported that someone had cut her dog leash into five separate pieces at her home on Thomas Drive. There are no suspects.Jan. 12andamp;#8226; Around 1:50 p.m., a subject called officers to report a domestic battery. Upon officerandamp;#8217;s arrival, a male subject was found to be the dominant aggressor and was arrested. The subject also was discovered to have interfered with the emergency phone call to police; a juvenile daughter witnessed the incident. The male was transported to Nevada County Jail without incident.andamp;#8226; Around midnight near the intersection of Brockway and River streets, a vehicle was stopped for impeding traffic. The vehicle was found to have been reported stolen by a rental car company out of Oakland, Calif. The driver was the original renter, but failed to return vehicle. The driver was not arrested due to concerns of her cognitive abilities; vehicle was towed.andamp;#8226; Around midnight at a home on Edelweiss Place, officers were dispatched to check on the welfare on an ailing subject, who was found deceased. No evidence at the scene suggested the death was due to anything other than a medical condition.Jan. 13andamp;#8226; Around 12:30 a.m., officers responded to a verbal dispute at a home on Chalet Drive, where a former boyfriend pushed a victim off a front deck and down two steps. The victim did not suffer injuries. The suspect left prior to police arrival.andamp;#8226; Around 4:45 p.m. on Donner Pass Road, a victim reported the theft of her license plate from her unlocked vehicle. After the initial theft report was taken, victim called back and stated she had found the plate.andamp;#8226; Around 8:01 p.m. near the intersection of Jiboom and Bridge streets, upon pulling a vehicle over, officers determined the subject in the passenger seat was too intoxicated to care for his safety. He was arrested a booked into Nevada County Jail in Truckee.andamp;#8226; Around 9:45 p.m., a victim reported the theft of his wallet from an unlocked vehicle on Coldstream Road.Jan. 14andamp;#8226; Officers documented graffiti in the gateway area of Donner Pass Road; damage estimated at $150.Jan. 15andamp;#8226; Around 9:30 a.m. at a store on Donner Pass Road, a loss prevention officer witnessed a suspect take a wrist brace and attempt to leave the store without paying for it. Suspect detained and later released for shoplifting.andamp;#8226; Around 3:30 p.m. on Glenshire Drive, officers investigated a call of a female breaking windows out of a vehicle. The vehicle, however, was located on Commercial Row, and officers later determined the female subject was actually a male suspect. Officers located the male at an undisclosed location, where he was causing a disturbance with the staff there. The subject was arrested for being intoxicated in public; he spit on officers before being transported to Nevada County Jail.Jan. 17andamp;#8226; Around 10 a.m. at a home on Davos Street, officers and Truckee Fire paramedics responded to an unconscious male adults. After administering CPR and other life-saving attempts, the subject was pronounced deceased.Jan. 18andamp;#8226; A suspect was found at about 1:54 a.m. passed out on a bench on Bridge St. He was arrested for drunk in public.andamp;#8226; Around 1 p.m. near a property on Whitehorse Road, officers responded to a report of a female wandering near a personandamp;#8217;s property. During the investigation, it was determined the female was a victim of domestic violence; the male half was contacted and arrested for domestic violence, while the female was arrested for drunk in public.Jan. 19andamp;#8226; Around 2:42 a.m. on Rocky Lane, a subject was found lying in the roadway in such a state of intoxication that she was unable to care for her own safety or the safety of others. Subject booked in Nevada County Jail in Truckee.andamp;#8226; Around 10:35 p.m., officers took an information report that an unknown suspect(s) had unplugged 10 school buses; buses are plugged in to ensure they start on cold mornings.Jan. 20andamp;#8226; Around 7:41 p.m. on Donner Pass Road, a subject was found to be in possession of concentrated cannabis and was arrested.Jan. 21andamp;#8226; Around 1 a.m. at a home on Palisades Drive, a subject reported she had been assaulted by her boyfriend and was requesting a ride home. It was then determined the female subject was the primary aggressor in a fight with her boyfriend; the woman was arrested.
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