March 12, 2007 Police blotter |

March 12, 2007 Police blotter


• At 12:28 p.m., officers arrested a 19-year-old man in downtown Grass Valley and booked him into the Nevada County jail on suspicion of violation of probation. Another 19-year-old man was arrested at the same location and booked into jail on an out of state warrant.

• At 1:22 p.m., a woman from the 300 block of Horizon Circle called the police requesting a welfare check on an 83-year-old family friend. The woman hadn’t heard from her friend for the past three weeks, and now a stranger was answering her friend’s phone and refusing to talk to her. Officers contacted the reporting person’s friend and found everything was all right.

• At 3:48 p.m., a woman was arrested in a bar on the 100 block of Mill Street on suspicion of being drunk in public.

• At 5:32 p.m., officers arrested a man on the 200 block of South Church Street on suspicion of attempted burglary, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotics without a prescription, and violation of probation. Another 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary. Both were booked into the Nevada County jail.


• At 1:56 a.m., officers arrested a 44-year-old man for drunken driving at the northbound access at Colfax Avenue and booked him into the Nevada County jail.

• At 3:06 a.m., officers arrested a 25-year-old man on West Main Street near North Church Street on suspicion of drunken driving and booked him into the Nevada County jail.

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office


• At 4:46 p.m., a caller from the 23000 block of Hydraulic Way reported two girls were possibly molested by their uncle two weeks ago. The caller said the uncle was inside the residence and was engaged in a verbal argument. A report was taken for child molestation.


• At 12:13 a.m., officers arrested a man on the 400 block of Butler Street on suspicion of spousal abuse and booked him into the Nevada County jail.

– Soumitro Sen

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