Police blotter 3/30/07
Grass Valley Police Department
• At 5:48 p.m., a resident brought a lost purse to the police station. Officers found identification in the purse and returned it to the owner.
• At 6:16 p.m., a caller from a supermarket on the 12000 block of Nevada City Highway reported that a white Camry ran into a pillar outside the store. Officers arrested a 46-year-old woman for driving with a suspended license.
• At 9:13 p.m., a caller from the intersection of Brighton Street and Penstock Drive reported that four juveniles were throwing liquid at vehicles.
• At 2:37 a.m., a caller from the 100 block of South Auburn Street reported that a hose had been stolen from the side of his building.
• At 5:46 a.m., a caller from a gas station on the 500 block of South Auburn Street reported hearing a woman screaming. Officers made contact with a 21-year-old woman who said she had been involved in domestic violence.
Nevada City Police Department
• At 11:25 a.m., an employee from a business on the 200 block of Broad Street reported that a customer had become belligerent when the employee refused to take back a pair of slippers purchased by the customer the week before. The customer wanted to return the slippers after wearing them to a bar and getting kicked out for not wearing shoes.
• At 2:39 p.m., a caller from a bar on the 300 block of Broad Street reported that a suspicious person wearing black clothing and sheepskin slippers was loitering.
Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
• At 5:21 p.m., a caller from the 15000 block of Charden Road reported that her neighbor had thrown rocks at her vehicle after a verbal dispute in a driveway. Responding deputies reported that the two neighbors had been involved in an ongoing dispute over an easement.
• At 5:57 a.m., a caller from Mooney Flat Road reported that a man in a truck claiming to be “checking for patch paving” had been driving up and down the road without headlights. The caller suspected he was poaching.
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