Truckee police logs, Sept. 1-8
TRUCKEE, Calif. andamp;#8212; Below are incidents taken from the Truckee Police Departmentandamp;#8217;s daily press log for Sept. 1-8, in addition to previously unrecorded incidents reported during the time period.Driving under the influence: 3Accidents: 6Sept. 3Vandalism: At 12 p.m. on Riverside Drive, an unknown suspect allegedly kicked a driverandamp;#8217;s door, causing damage estimated to be $400 or more.Drunk: At 4:05 p.m. on Brockway Road, a subject was located by police in an amphitheater and arrested for alleged public intoxication.Assault: At 8:41 p.m. on Pioneer Trail, a man was arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman. The woman was given a temporary retraining order against the man.Sept. 6Battery: At 3:50 p.m. on Crocus Drive, a known suspect went to a victimandamp;#8217;s house and allegedly assaulted the victim. The suspect fled the scene and was unable to be located by officers.Assault: At 5:55 p.m. on West River Street, officers arrested an adult male after he allegedly assaulted an elderly resident with a deadly weapon.Sept. 7Burglary: At 7:30 a.m. on Johnson Lane, a resident reported her home had been burglarized. Police did not report the estimate of goods stolen.Assault: (Date and time undisclosed) An argument erupted between two parties during an alleged marijuana transaction that turned physical when one of the parties used a vehicle to strike a parked car and the other partyandamp;#8217;s vehicle, resulting in minor injuries. The alleged attacker fled but was later identified. An investigation is still ongoing.Sept. 8Vandalism: At 12:40 a.m. on Hope Court, a son allegedly broke the window of his familyandamp;#8217;s vehicle and punched a hole in the wall at their residence. The mother of the son signed a citizenandamp;#8217;s arrest form to have her son arrested for vandalism.
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