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Police blotter: Oct. 29, 2010

Wednesday – 78 calls for service

8:09 a.m. – A caller from Condon Park reported tagging on a garage door.

9:10 a.m. – A caller from the 200 block of Alta Street reported someone had slashed the tires of a vehicle, and the knife was still in a tire.



11:34 a.m. – A caller from a business in the 500 block of Sutton Way reported an unwanted subject, who left the store with gold spray paint on his face.

2:22 p.m. – A caller from East Main and Stewart streets reported a vehicle hit a pedestrian, who did not need medical attention.




2:26 p.m. – A caller from the 300 block of Sutton Way reported a possibly drunken woman hitting laundry machines.

2:56 p.m. – A woman from Main and Church streets reported “Frank” and four other men working for the mob were coming to the area to kill her. Frank was described as “short and stubby.”

3 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Neal Street reported two men sitting in a vehicle with their pants down.

3:12 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of South Auburn Street reported three men playing musical instruments who were refusing to leave.

5:05 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of Arcadia Drive reported the theft of outside lighting.

5:11 p.m. – A woman from the 100 block of East Berryhill Drive reported her husband had told her he could find a better wife, and she wanted him removed. They both had been drinking.

5:37 p.m. – A woman from the 500 block of Charlene Lane reported her brother was hiding in a shed. He was given a ride to Hospitality House.

Wednesday – 78 calls for service

8:05 a.m. – A caller reported fraud.

11:05 a.m. – A man from the 14000 block of Sky Pines Road reported his homeowners association ground down a speed bump he had installed.

11:12 a.m. – A caller from the 24000 block of Highway 49 reported a juvenile assaulted a staff member the day before.

12:14 p.m. – A man from the 12000 block of Madrone Forest Drive reported his dog was attacked by a neighbor’s dog.

2:27 p.m. – A caller from the 24000 block of Highway 49 reported a runaway juvenile. A be-on-the-lookout advisory was issued.

4:02 p.m. – A woman from the 10000 block of Livingston Drive reported receiving a scam call telling her she had won a prize.

4:11 p.m. – A caller from the 10000 block of Douglas Lane reported an assault.

8:40 p.m. – Several callers from the 14000 block of Oak Ridge Road reported hearing a gunshot and yelling.

9:47 p.m. – A woman from the 13000 block of Mystic Mine Road reported finding a 50-pound garden gnome on her porch with a $109 price tag from Prospector Nursery still attached. The person who delivered it said it was from the neighborhood association, but there is no neighborhood association.

Thursday

1:04 a.m. – A woman from the 13000 block of Greenhorn Road reported she saw a face looking in her window. She said someone hit her in the head a few nights ago while she was sleeping. Her boyfriend called to say he believes she is delusional.

1:09 a.m. – A caller from Highway 49 and Cherry Creek Road reported a man with a flashlight in the bushes.

3:05 a.m. – A woman from the 16000 block of Vandevere Road reported a possible domestic dispute. A person called at 5:42 a.m.. to report drunken people upstairs were throwing each other around.

Wednesday – 16 calls for service

4:36 p.m. – A caller from the 100 block of North Pine Street reported a drunken man in the road who was wearing a buffalo head with horns. He was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public.

5:15 p.m. – A man from Zion Street reported two men picked up his 4-year-old granddaughter, then released her when his son talked to them.

9:18 p.m. – A man from Calanan Park reported a drunken woman grabbed his jacket and wouldn’t let go. She was arrested on suspicion of being drunk in public.

Thursday

7:16 a.m. – A caller from Nevada City Elementary School reported people camping in the atrium. They could not be located.


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