• At 3:47 p.m., a caller from Whispering Pines reported a vehicle accident. An officer provided the driver a ride to the police station.
• At 8:34 p.m., a caller from the 100 block of Springhill Drive reported someone was taking gasoline from business trucks.
• At 8:37 p.m., a caller from Bennett Street reported hearing gun shots past the bus barn on East Bennett Street. Sheriff’s deputies were on scene, were unable to locate the source of the shots and did not need further assistance.
• At 9:37 p.m., a caller from the 100 block of South Auburn Street reported seeing a man who matched the description of a prowler. He was thin and wearing a baseball hat. Officer were unable to locate the man.
• At 6:46 a.m., a caller from the 100 block of Lucas Drive reported a fight between a man and a woman. The man left before police arrived and the caller advised the woman could be hurt. Police knocked on the door and no one answered. They forced entry for a welfare check and arrested a 46-year-old woman for a local warrant.
• At 8:28 p.m., a caller from the 14000 block of Highway 49 reported domestic violence. Deputies arrested a 40-year-old man for inflicting corporal injury on a spouse/cohabitant.
• At 11:23 p.m., a caller from the 19000 block of Colfax Highway reported a physical fight between a man and a woman. They left in a minivan. Deputies stopped them and arrested a 28-year-old man for battery with serious bodily injury and a 25-year-old woman for battery.
• At 1:41 a.m., a caller from the 13000 block of Combie Road reported a horse was loose in the roadway. The horse was secured.
• At 2:35 a.m., a caller from the 22000 block of Highway 49 reported an injured man was sitting on the caller’s porch for 15 minutes. The man had rolled his vehicle. An ambulance and the CHP were notified.
• At 12:30 p.m., a Nevada County man reported a Canadian lottery scam. Someone sent him a phony check and requested a processing fee so he could receive his entire “winnings.” The man’s bank told him the check was bogus.
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