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Truckee Police Logs, May 6-20

Below are select incidents from the Truckee Police Department`s press log for May 6-13, along with previously unreported incidents.

May 6

Officers stopped vehicle for vehicle code violations. The 20-year-old driver was found to be under the influence of alcohol and was arrested for DUI.

A traffic enforcement stop was made on a vehicle based on a California vehicle code violation. Upon contacting the driver, it was determined she was driving with suspended California driver’s license and she was subsequently arrested.

May 7

Reporting party called police because she heard a physical altercation taking place on Pioneer Trail. The reporting party told dispatch she heard a female yelling from a window that her boyfriend was beating her up. The reporting party did not witness any physical altercation and only heard the female voice yelling. The male half left prior to officers’ arrival, but he was located near the area shortly. Both involved parties (male and female) denied any domestic violence; they said they were just arguing. Both subjects were evaluated by officers during their investigation and it was determined both subjects involved were under the influence of a controlled substance. Both were subsequently arrested.

A hotel clerk contacted law enforcement after receiving a suspicious phone call from a male who wanted to book a room for himself and an underage female. The phone call appeared to be a prank and was documented for informational purposes.

May 8

Unknown suspect(s) took approximately 200 feet of three-quarter-inch and half-inch copper wire from victim’s basement without the knowledge of the victim. The incident occurred on Wolfgang Road.

May 9

Child was left alone for a short period of time and walked to neighbor’s house. The parents came home and found the child was missing and called the police.

A Tahoe Truckee High School student reported her wallet was stolen from her backpack sometime during school.

May 10

A citizen filed a counter report when she was unable to locate her wallet.

Officers stopped a vehicle for speeding on Northwoods Boulevard. The driver was in possession of marijuana. Officers issued the driver citation on both offenses.

May 12

A female victim reported the father of their children contacted her in violation of a domestic violence restraining order. The suspect was located and subsequently arrested.

May 13

Officers took a report of vandalism to a pick-up in the form of a broken windshield. There is no suspect information at this time. Report was taken for documentation only.

May 14

A vehicle stop for traffic offenses yielded a DUI investigation. The driver was subsequently arrested and transported to Nevada County Sheriffs’ Office for booking without incident.

Two transients were located trespassing on Deerfield Drive. Both were cited and released at the scene for trespassing. One of the two also had an outstanding warrant out of Sacramento County. He was given an additional notice to appear regarding his outstanding warrant.

Unknown suspect(s) forcefully pushed in victim’s garage door on Richards Boulevard and took a chop saw without the knowledge or consent of the victim.

Unknown suspect(s) kicked in victim`s garage door on Richard`s Boulevard and took victim`s air compressor and tool box with miscellaneous tools without the knowledge of the victim.

Victim was walking home from a local park with her cousin when four unknown suspects approached them in a black sport car, exited the vehicle and attempted to assault them both. Her cousin was unarmed; however, she (victim) was struck in the forehead with a metal chain being swung by one of the suspects. At this time there are no further details regarding the incident, according to the victim.

Officers responded to a location on Donner Pass Road for the report of intoxicated subject. The subject was contacted and he was determined to be drunk in public. The subject was arrested and transported to Nevada County Sheriff`s Office.

The victim reported her phone as being stolen within the jurisdiction of Placer County, and a courtesy report was completed. The case will be forwarded to Placer County Sheriff’s Office for information.

A citizen phoned police and advised the dispatch of a male subject who was unconscious at a location on Brockway Road. The citizen attempted to wake the subject by making loud noise; however the subject did not respond. Fearing the subject was having a medical emergency, EMS personnel responded to treat the subject. The subject finally awoke and the officers determined he was intoxicated. After being medically cleared, the subject was booked in the Nevada County Jail for public intoxication.

May 15

Officers stopped a subject on Brockway Road for possession of marijuana. The subject was cited and released at the scene.

Subject was arrested for drunk in public on Brockway Road.

Father requested an incident report to be documented regarding how one of his children was disciplined recently by his ex-wife’s current boyfriend. The father was not concerned there was a past or current incident regarding child abuse, but instead he did not agree with the discipline given regarding the incident.

Unknown suspect(s) took victim’s saddle from underneath the deck of his residence on Northwoods Boulevard. The victim wanted the report to be documented for insurance purposes.

May 16

Officers stopped a vehicle for vehicle code violations. The driver was found to be DUI and was arrested.

May 17

Driver fell asleep while driving and collided into a house on Trout Creek Road.

Counter report was taken for a citizen who reported her wallet lost.

A citizen called in possible DUI driver. Officers located the driver; he was apprehended for DUI.

Officers reported a traffic collision on Donner Pass Road.

May 18

A driver stopped for a traffic violation was determined to be driving under the influence of alcohol and was arrested.

Reporting party contacted police in regard to receiving criminal threats. An investigation revealed the threats to be unfounded.


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