Police blotter 6/22/07 | TheUnion.com

Police blotter 6/22/07

Grass Valley Police Department


• At 2:12 p.m., officers arrested a 26-year-old man on the 1000 block of Main Street on suspicion of driving while under the influence.

• At 4:12 p.m., a caller from East Main Street reported an accident involving three vehicles. There were no injuries.

• At 9:01 p.m., a caller from 1000 block of East Main Street reported two men in their early 20s, one with blond hair and the other with dark hair and a black hat, setting fire to a field. Officers arrested a 25-year-old man, who was on parole, on suspicion of false impersonation, and a 26-year-old man on suspicion of being drunk in public.

Nevada County

Sheriff’s Office


• At 2:43 a.m., officers booked a 25-year-old man into Wayne Brown Correctional Facility on suspicion of driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level higher than .08 percent.

• At 6:12 a.m., officers booked a 49-year-old Truckee woman into county jail on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm with the use great bodily injury or force.

• At 2:40 p.m., a caller from Deadman’s Flat, who appeared to have been drinking, asked for a deputy to patrol the area due to a large number of motorcycles driving at high speeds with no spark arresters. The caller was concerned about possible fire danger.

• At 4:48 p.m., a caller from Flume Street, who appeared to have been drinking, reported several motorcycles speeding up and down roadways at 50 mph to 60 mph and were popping wheelies in the roadway.

• At 6:33 p.m., officers booked a 37-year-old man into county jail on suspicion of carrying a loaded firearm in a public place.


• At 12:56 a.m., a caller from Rector Road reported hearing three gunshots in the area. A second caller on Cement Hill Road reported two more shots fired. Officers were unable to locate the source of the shots.

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