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Police blotter 11/2/07

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

Wednesday

• 2:39 p.m. – A caller from the 16000 block of Round Valley Circle reported a juvenile was out of control and had broken two doors. The reporting person was waiting outside to be contacted by officers. Police arrested the juvenile for vandalism.



• 3:53 p.m. – A woman called from Maplehurst Lane to report she’s been receiving annoying calls from neighbors, including threats to shoot her dogs.

• 7:02 p.m. – A caller from the 15000 block of Little Valley Road reported an intoxicated man was disturbing the peace by arguing with his wife. The caller reported the man had thrown his wife around and broken her glasses. Officers arrested the man on suspicion of being drunk in public.




• 11:37 p.m. – Officers arrested a 27-year-old man on Dog Bar Road on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance, violating probation, having drug paraphernalia and a hypodermic needle.

Thursday

• 12:15 a.m. – A man called from the 300 block of Broad Street and complained a bouncer had thrown him out of a bar and knocked him down.

Grass Valley Police Department

Wednesday

• 1:07 p.m. – A 57-year-old man was cited and released on the 400 block of Joerschke Drive for driving on a suspended license.

• 4:40 p.m. – Officers arrested a male juvenile at the intersection of Walsh and Pleasant streets for violating probation and violating a restraining order and booked him into Nevada County jail.

• 7:56 p.m. – Officers contacted a 23-year-old man at Dow Alexander Park on Bank Street as he squirted an officer with an unknown substance.

Thursday

• 5:46 a.m. – An off-duty sergeant reported a person yelling and cursing at passing cars at the intersection of McKnight Way and Highway 49. The person was fined for his contact.

– Soumitro Sen


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