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Police blotter

Monday

• At 12:26 p.m., a person in the police station lobby reported a backpack was stolen from Condon Park today. Police took a report for petty theft.

• At 1:23 p.m., a caller from a restaurant on the 700 block of Taylorville Road reported five juveniles left in a green Jeep Cherokee without paying their bill. Police took a report for defrauding an innkeeper.



• At 9:06 p.m., a caller reported a Ford truck spun out on Idaho-Maryland Road and East Main Street. The CHP handled the call and Grass Valley Police provided traffic control.

Tuesday




• At 12:45 a.m., a caller from Condon Park said she needed assistance because she couldn’t find her condom and lost her Band Aid, along with other unknown problems. The woman hung up when dispatchers asked her for further information. Police checked the area extensively and were unable to locate the woman.

• At 1:43 a.m., police arrested a 37-year-old man at a bar in downtown Grass Valley for violation of probation.

• At 2:51 a.m., police on Highway 174 at Race Street were checking for a man who fled from an officer. Police were unable to locate the man.

• At 3:18 a.m., police arrested a 23-year-old man on Washington Street at Eureka Street for driving with a suspended license.

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

Monday

• At 10:55 a.m., a caller from a school on the 12000 block of Combie Road reported vandalism to the school possibly Saturday night. A gate with access to the soccer field was unbolted and the soccer field was damaged. A dark Chevrolet pickup was seen leaving the school from the rear of campus. Extra patrol was requested for weekend nights.

• At 10:56 a.m., person at the front counter wanted to report bank fraud. A deputy took a report for forgery.

• At 11:32 a.m., a caller reported a runaway juvenile with a felony warrant may be at a house on the 14000 block of Tim Burr Lane. Deputies arrived and arrested the juvenile for the warrant. The juvenile was booked into Juvenile Hall.

• At 1:55 p.m., a caller reported a person on the 22000 block of Kingston Lane was riding dirt bikes on the field. A deputy advised the person to stay off school property with motorcycles.

• At 2:08 p.m., a caller from the 11000 block of Wild Turkey Lane reported a 17-year-old juvenile did not return home last night and is a runaway. He was a ward of Child Protective Services.

• At 11:13 p.m., a caller from Pioneer Road at Rough and Ready Highway reported tenants on the land were chasing his cows, killing the grass and were always intoxicated.

• At 11:19 p.m., a caller from Pleasant Valley Road reported there was a cow in the road. An Animal Control officer was paged.

Tuesday

• At 3:56 a.m., a caller from the 2000 block of Perimeter reported a man was sitting in front of mailboxes and opening a large amount of mail. The man told the caller he was looking for a bank card.

• At 7:43 a.m., a caller from the Henderson Police Department in Kentucky declared an Amber Alert for a parent who was the suspect in the murder of a social worker. The abducted child was 9 months old, and the suspect was the noncustodial parent of the child.

• At 8:58 a.m., a caller from the 11000 block of Pine Cone Circle reported a missing person who took the caller’s car and was the way to a Narcotics Anonymous meeting in Grass Valley. The caller wanted to report the vehicle as embezzled.

• At 10:50 a.m., a man called to report his sister would not return his car keys. A dispatcher spoke with the sister, who said she took the keys because her brother is an alcoholic. She said she would return the keys. The man called back to report his sister would not return a second set of keys.

Nevada City Police Department

Monday

• At 12:31 p.m., a caller from a library on the 900 block of Helling Way reported a man was yelling and flailing around on the front steps. Police made contact with the man and sent him on his way.

– Robyn Moormeister


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