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Police Blotter: Babies crying in playground, parents smoke drugs

Grass Valley Police Department

Friday

9:29 a.m. — A business owner from the 100 block of Neal Street reported a transient banging their backpack on their air conditioner.



10:13 a.m. — A man from the 200 block of Catherine Lane reported a man coming to his house claiming to be a neighbor and said he wanted to do some landscaping for him but needed the money first.

3:15 p.m. — A caller from the corner of East Main Street and Idaho Maryland Road reported a female with a guitar walking somewhat in traffic near the round about.




10:07 p.m. — A man from the 900 block of West Main Street reported that his daughter ran away and refused to come home after school.

Saturday

10:17 a.m. — A caller from the corner of Second and East main Streets reported being attacked by a group of people.

12:20 p.m. — A caller from the 1000 block of Plaza Drive reported a man hitting his hands on the wall and yelling.

1:30 p.m. — A man from the 600 block of Minnie Street reported that a disc golfer was threatening him.

3:06 p.m. — A woman from the 100 block of Sutton Way called and said hello, but got disconnected. The woman hung up on call back and refused to give information.

5:38 p.m. — A woman from the 600 block of Freeman Lane reported that a subject lunged at her and yelled at her to get out of a business this morning.

7:38 p.m. — A caller from the 400 block of Central Avenue reported crying babies in the playground, and said the children’s parents are smoking drugs.

9:29 p.m. — A woman from the 100 block of West McKnight Way reported that she refused the sale of a knife to a customer due to him seeming unstable. The customer left swearing and upset.

Sunday

3:04 a.m. — A woman from the 300 block of Pleasant Street reported a group of men in the complex behind her singing at the top of their lungs for two hours straight.

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

Friday

9:31 a.m. — A woman from the 10000 block of Reservoir Street reported that a former boyfriend of 40 years ago is posting suspicious photos of her grandchildren on Facebook.

10:52 a.m. — A caller from Rollins Lake reported an airplane crash eight miles south of Dog Bar Road. Caller said a helicopter flew by and is checking the area for the plane. Police checked with local air parks and no report of a missing plane was confirmed.

2:21 p.m. — A caller from the 15000 block of Indian Spring Road reported a woman petting a horse outside had been crying.

3:01 p.m. — A caller from the corner of highway 49 and Alta Sierra Drive reported a girl sitting on the side of the road. Caller is concerned for her safety.

Saturday

7:33 a.m. — A man from the 10000 block of Running M Drive reported his neighbors were having a party with juveniles and they came onto his property and vomited, dropped beer cans and also left a cell phone.

3:11 p.m. — A man from the 15000 block of Rough and Ready Highway reported his neighbor aimed a gun at him then swung around and shot toward his stuff.

9:44 p.m. — A girl from the 15000 block of Annie Drive reported that her daddy said he was going to shoot himself in the garage and is pointing a gun at his head. The mother got on the phone and said the gun was a semiautomatic weapon and that her husband can sometimes be anti-law enforcement.

11:02 p.m. — A man from the 12000 block of Wolf Road reported that his estranged wife keeps coming to his residence and turning on lights, and taking items out of the residence. The man said he think she is trying to intentionally annoy him.

Sunday

6:09 a.m. — A woman from the 10000 block of Timberland Drive reported that her caregiver left for dinner last night and never returned.

6:37 a.m. — A caller from the 14000 block of Arrow Road reported seeing a naked man walking on the side of the road screaming with his hands tied behind his back.

— Ivan Natividad


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