Truckee police logs, Nov. 18-27 |

Truckee police logs, Nov. 18-27

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Below are incidents taken from the Truckee Police Department’s daily press log for Nov. 18-27, in addition to previously unrecorded incidents reported during the time period.

Accidents: 4

DUI: 8

Public intoxication: 1

Nov. 19

Burglary: At 5:40 a.m. on Davos Drive, unknown persons entered a house without permission, causing the alarm to go off and scaring the burglars away. This is the third time the house has been burglarized since April 2011.

Theft: At 6:30 p.m. on Donnington Drive, a purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle.

Nov. 20

Possession: At 7:48 p.m. on Donner Pass Road, a traffic stop resulted in the search of a vehicle and arrest of the passenger for possessing a controlled substance.

Nov. 21

Threats: At 5 p.m. on Donner Pass Road and High Street, a reporting party notified police of receiving criminal threats.

Nov. 22

Burglary: At 4:30 p.m. on Estates Drive, a reporting party notified police that there had been a theft of cigarettes, lighter and prescription medications at the reporting party’s residence. No suspect information was obtained.

Domestic dispute: At 10:46 p.m. on Fir Street a male subject had reportedly cut his hand on broken glass while being involved in a domestic dispute with his wife. Officers observed significant amounts of blood in and around the residence assumed to be from the subject, who left before police arrival. Officers noted the subjects wife had been drinking and was uncooperative providing details about the dispute.

Battery: At 11:03 p.m. at a gas station, a police officer was attacked while making an arrest for driving under the influence. While the officer was arresting the driver and a second passenger for public intoxication, the vehicle’s third passenger began attacking the officer. After a short struggle all were arrested.

Nov. 24

Battery: At 5 p.m. on Jeffery Pine Road a domestic dispute between a girlfriend and boyfriend turned physical when the boyfriend pushed the girlfriend into an unknown object causing injury to the girlfriend’s head. The boyfriend fled the scene and is still outstanding.

Theft: At 12 p.m. an unknown suspect vandalized a golf course by driving on the grass. The suspect then pried into a soda machine causing roughly $250 in damages. The suspect then broke into a locked outside maintenance facility and stole about $780 in fuels. Additionally the suspect stole a small unregistered lawnmower trailer worth about $300. The trailer has since been recovered, found about a mile away from the golf course and hidden between pine trees.

Nov. 25

Theft: At 12:14 a.m. on Donner Pass Road a loss prevention officer witnessed a suspect shoplift makeup items and attempt to leave the store without paying for them. The suspect was detained and later cited and released for shoplifting.

Identity theft: At 11:50 a.m. on Donner Pass Road a victim received three phone calls in a row from a man saying she had forged checks. The suspect was extremely angry and had the victim’s social security number. The suspect claimed he had “legal affidavit” and she would be arrested. The victim was concerned someone had accessed her personal information without authorization. A report was taken.

Theft: At 7 p.m. on Jeffery Pine Road a reporting party said someone she believed was her ex-boyfriend had entered her apartment and took her case files that contained all her information on her domestic incidents with her ex-boyfriend. She stated her ex-boyfriend may have a key to her apartment and officers noted there was no evidence of forced entry to the residence and no other items were missing.

Egging: At 8 p.m. on Courtenay Lane a woman reported four eggs being chucked at her house. Officers responded with an information report.

Nov. 26

Battery: At 8:48 a.m. on Northwoods Boulevard a victim called 911 to report her boyfriend knocked her down. The boyfriend was arrested for spousal battery, child endangerment and criminal threats.

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