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Police Blotter

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

10:22 a.m. — A caller on the 23000 block of LaCosta Court reported that her phone lines had been hacked, her car had been burglarized and her home had been broken into three times.

12:44 p.m. — A traffic collision was reported in the vicinity of Magnolia Road and Lakeshore North.

1:13 p.m. — A caller on the 19000 block of Byrne Way reported finding six loose horses, which he later put to pasture on his land.

2:25 p.m. — A caller reported her brother was attempting to sell their deceased father’s vehicles without the proper authority to do so. The reporting party claimed to be the executor of the estate.

3:14 p.m. — A loose dog was reported on the 16000 block of McCourtney Road.

4:42 p.m. — A caller on the 13000 block of Magnolia Road reported finding a plastic garbage bag containing some kind of nonspecified drug-related “material.”

5:07 p.m. — A caller on the 10000 block of Squirrel Creek Road reported a possibly intoxicated driver with a child in the car.

5:24 p.m. — Two teenaged dirt bikers were reported speeding down Banner Mountain Trail.

5:58 p.m. — A caller on the 17000 block of Cloudburst Way reported a possible phone scam.

6:11 p.m. — A caller on the 17000 block of Lower Colfax Road reported that her teenage son had been physically assaulted.

6:14 p.m. — A caller on Aladdin’s Court reported hearing a heated argument, followed by what sounded like a gunshot.

7:43 p.m. — A 911 caller in the vicinity of Bloomfield Graniteville and Cooper roads reported seeing a female in the roadway, trying to wave drivers down with a flashlight near Cooper Road. Dispatch records do not indicate whether or not the caller stopped to help.

9:09 p.m. — A caller on the 14000 block of Bristle Court reported a possible attempted residential burglary. The deadbolt had apparently been tampered with.


5:56 a.m. — A caller on the 13000 block of Greenhorn Road reported that her residence “has an unknown toxin in the air.”

6:04 — The same caller reported that someone is trying to kill her, she has worms inside of her head, and an unknown subject is pumping poison into her residence.

Grass Valley Police Department

8:21 a.m. — A female pedestrian was reportedly walking a dog on East Main Street, crying and delirious.

9:35 a.m. ­— A caller in the vicinity of North Auburn Street and Richardson Street reported subjects laying in the roadway, requesting help.

12:18 p.m. — A caller on the 900 block of Allison Ranch Road reported the theft of an iron bench from outside the North Star Mining Museum.

1:48 p.m. — A caller on the 100 block of North Church Street reported that her neighbor was outside on the lawn, screaming. The suspect had reportedly “just got(ten) out of jail and may have overdosed.”

1:57 p.m. — A caller on the 100 block of Neal Street reported that a suspect had attempted to steal from a grocery store before running off.

2:01 p.m. —A caller on the 700 block of West Main Street reported that one juvenile female assaulted another juvenile female. The attack involved hair-pulling and a headlock.

2:40 p.m. — A caller on the 300 block of West Main Street reported finding hypodermic needles.

4:58 p.m. — A possible prowler was reported on the 1000 block of Laurel Lane.

5:07 p.m. — An abandoned vehicle was reported behind a business on the 100 block of West McKnight Way.

5:18 p.m. — A motorcycle was spotted on the 600 block of Freeman Lane after fleeing from the California Highway Patrol.

Nevada City Police Department

12:57 a.m. — A business on Sacramento Street reported a male subject refusing to leave.

2:43 a.m. — A business on Sacramento Street reported a male subject passed out at the back door.

8:39 a.m. — A caller on Zion street reported receiving contraband in the mail.

1:46 p.m. — A caller reported that a diamond watch was stolen from her while staying at a hotel on Broad Street.

6:15 p.m. ­ — A caller on Martin Street reported a pit bull attempting to attack him.

—Dave Brooksher

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