Truckee Police Logs, March 3-10
Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department’s press log for March 3-10, along with previously unreported incidents.
Reporting party reported out of control subject in front of a bar on Donner Pass Road. The subject was arrested for drunk in public and released from the jail after he sobered up.
Officers stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violations. The driver was cited for failure to yield and possession of marijuana in the vehicle.
A vehicle was towed for being hazard on Highway 80 East at Soda Springs.
Male half came to a residence on Greenwood Drive to pick up child in common. The male blocked the female’s vehicle in the driveway and refused to leave. There is no citizen’s arrest desired.
Officers responded to a report of 15 subjects involved in a physical altercation downtown. Officers ultimately located several involved parties including three subjects with injuries. The case will be forwarded to the District Attorney for review.
A suspect stole approximately $60 from his ex wife and then via telephone he threatened to kill her with a knife and a gun. Officers contacted the suspect and he was found to be in violation on his probation. He was contacted at his residence, where officers found him to be in possession of a methamphetamine pipe. He was suspected of being under the influence of methamphetamine.
Citizen located keys in a parking lot on Donner Pass Road. There was no vehicle in the parking lot matching the keys.
A reporting party stated her iPhone was stolen at a downtown restaurant by unknown person.
Officers took a report of a roll-over non-injury collision accident on Donner Trail Road. Small amount of oil leaked into a drainage ditch.
An unknown subject broke a window of a vehicle parked on Palisades Drive and stole a GPS unit. There is no suspect information.
Officers reported two vehicle collision on Glenshire Drive at Olympic Drive. One of the drivers had complaint of pain. The other driver was unlicensed. The driver was cited and released.
Unknown suspects entered two vehicles parked in the same parking lot on Pioneer Trail. One of the vehicles was entered by force and the other was unlocked. Once inside the vehicle, the suspects took items without the knowledge of the owners.
Students brought alcohol and marijuana to school on Alder Creek. The students were cited and released to parents.
Unknown subjects attempted to break into coin boxes at a laundry facility on Donner Pass Road. Their attempt was unsuccessful, but did cause damage to the locks.
A vehicle was stopped for vehicle code violation on Donner Pass Road at Spring Street, and the driver was arrested for DUI.
A women bit her husband in the hand, breaking the skin, during an argument on Bridge Street. The women was arrested and booked for inflicting spousal corporal injury.
During the execution of a search warrant, officers discovered a large amount of methamphetamine for sale. The suspect was arrested and booked in Truckee Jail.
Multiple callers reported an alarm in the area of Davos Drive. A vehicle was located with horn consistently sounding for approximately 1 hour. Officers were unable to contact the responsible party. The vehicle was towed.
Officers stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violations. The subject was found to be DUI, the subject was arrested and the vehicle was impounded.
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