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Police blotter


• At 10:54 a.m., police closed the Condon Skate Park for the day because of vandalism.

• At 1:50 p.m., a caller from South Auburn Street reported a dog in a blue Saturn was panting and distressed. Grass Valley Animal Control responded.

• At 3:17 p.m., a caller from Dow Alexander Park reported a heavyset man with a blond ponytail wearing no shirt and a black leather jacket was staring at the children. Police checked the area and were unable to locate the man.

• At 4:46 p.m., a woman called from the 100 block of Catherine Lane to report her neighbors were throwing beer bottles at her door. Police took a report for vandalism.

• At 5:28 p.m., a woman locked herself out of her car on the 400 block of South Auburn Street and police assisted her.

• At 7:34 p.m., a caller from Condon Park reported several people were shooting off large rockets in the park.

• At 10:01 p.m., a 34-year-old man was arrested on Idaho Maryland Street and Scandling Street for a Marin County warrant.


• At 2:18 a.m., police arrested a man on the 500 block of West Main Street for being drunk in public and possession of a controlled substance.

• At 7:53 a.m., a caller from the 500 block of East Main street reported employee theft. A 20-year-old man was arrested for embezzlement.

Nevada County

Sheriff’s Office


• At 1:57 p.m., a caller from Pilot Peak Lane reported his neighbor is stealing gravel from another neighbor’s property, and threatened to spray the caller with mace.

• At 3:21 p.m., a caller from the 11000 block of Vinlee Place reported a verbal fight. Deputies arrested a 51-year-old Grass Valley man for being drunk in public.

• At 8:17 p.m., Deputies served a search warrant on the 10000 block of Robin Avenue and arrested a 31-year-old Grass Valley waitress for being under the influence of a controlled substance, obstructing a police officer and violation of probation.

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