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Police blotter: Oct. 22, 2010

Wednesday (62 calls for service)

9:33 a.m. – A caller from Allison Ranch Road reported an abandoned black Ford Focus with the ignition drilled out.

3:49 p.m. – A caller from a gas station on the 100 block of McKnight Way reported a man in a white van fighting with himself. He was banging on his car and yelling to himself, and the caller was concerned for his safety.



4:34 p.m. – A caller from a school on South Auburn Street reported a student found a baggie of marijuana.

5:39 p.m. – A caller from Squirrel Creek Road and West Main Street reported a friendly yellow lab that jumped out of the back of a truck. The dog was located.




7:09 p.m. – A caller from Colfax Avenue reported about eight men in a fight. Police contacted the men, who said it was only verbal.

10:47 p.m. – A man was arrested at a gas station on South Auburn Street on suspicion of using drugs.

11:57 p.m. – A caller from South Church Street reported a man on a bicycle about to sell drugs. Another man was arrested at the scene for a local warrant.

Thursday

5:19 a.m. – A caller from the 100 block of East McKnight Way reported a man took medicine from the business and left on foot toward Dog Bar Road. The caller did not want to press charges.

Wednesday (66 calls for service)

12:15 p.m. – A woman from the 10000 block of Commercial Avenue reported a boy on a scooter was causing a disturbance in the parking lot and on the sidewalks. When he disregarded her request to stop, she called deputies, who were unable to locate the boy.

2:22 p.m. – A caller from the 14000 block of Garden Bar Road reported a man who rents a room in the home had assaulted the caller over a pair of scissors, and pushed the caller to the ground several times before leaving. Deputies took a report.

2:48 p.m. – A caller from the 13000 block of Gracie Road reported a trespasser on an ATV was inside a locked gate. Deputies contacted the property owners, since the property was not accessible by patrol car or by foot.

3:16 p.m. – A caller from the 14000 block of Frontier Lane reported a burglary overnight. Deputies took a report.

5:20 p.m. – A caller from the 18000 block of Waterfall Lane requested deputies check on a man who was upset with his neighbors for blocking access to his property, and said he would take the dispute into his own hands. Deputies contacted the man.

7:29 p.m. – A man from the 13000 block of Slate Creek Road reported he went to check on his father-in-law’s residence and found a trespasser in the garage loading food and other household items into a quad. The trespasser told the man that the father-in-law’s dogs were hungry and had asked for food. The man gave the trespasser a ride into town, and he took off on foot. Deputies took a report.

8:05 p.m. – A man from the 10000 block of Steep Hill Road reported he was just assaulted at a friend’s house. The situation was mediated and no charges were pressed.

9:30 p.m. – Deputies arrested a man on Lime Kiln Road for failing to appear in court on DUI charges.

Thursday

5:20 a.m. – A caller from the 10000 block of Pine Hill Road reported some sort of animal was caught in a trap. Deputies were unable to locate the situation and the call was forwarded to animal control officers.

Wednesday (14 calls for service)

11:26 a.m. – A Dodge truck and a Toyota truck hit at the 900 block of Maidu Avenue.

1:38 p.m. – A caller from the 200 block of Coyote Street reported a suspicious man with brown hair in a ponytail and a large backpack who was possibly under the influence of drugs. He was gone when police arrived.

2:07 p.m. – A caller reported a yellow Mercedes was parked in a “No Parking” zone, and people were living in the vehicle.

5:44 p.m. – A woman from the 200 block of Brock Street reported she found brass knuckles hanging on her fence.


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