Police Blotter 7/7/07 | TheUnion.com

Police Blotter 7/7/07

Grass Valley Police Department


• At 8:24 a.m., officers cited and released a 47-year-old person on Colfax Avenue at Memorial Park for driving on a suspended license.

• At 11:32 a.m., a caller from the 900 block of McCourtney Road reported the janitor had found drug paraphernalia in a bathroom. The police took a report.

• At 4:30 p.m., officers arrested a 27-year-old woman on the 100 block of South Church Street on an outstanding warrant.

• At 7:37 p.m., a woman from the 100 block of West Berryhill Drive reported a man, who she said has been harassing her, was standing in the parking lot. Officers were unable to locate the man, but the woman said she would like him removed if he were on the property again.


• At 8:09 a.m., officers arrested a 21-year-old man at the intersection of Richardson and North School streets on suspicion of being drunk in public and on outstanding warrants.

• At 9:07 a.m., a caller from the 100 block of Carpenter Street reported a dog lying under a brown truck, and appearing to be in distress. The dog was picked up by Animal Control.

Nevada County

Sheriff’s Office


• At 12:03 p.m., a caller from the 100 block of Argall Way reported spray painting at various locations around the building and the parking lot. The caller requested extra patrols at night.

• At 12:38 p.m., a caller from the 13000 block of Hemlock Drive reported theft of mail over the past month. The reporting person said cash and gift cards possibly had been stolen from the mail box.


• At 12:53 a.m., a woman from the 700 block of Lindley Avenue reported her roommates have been banging on her door and not letting her sleep.

• At 3:39 a.m., a caller from the 12000 block of Nevada City Highway said he was going to kill his son, as he was out of control. The phone went dead and officers were unable to make contact on the land line.

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