Thursday, March 8, 2007 Police blotter |

Thursday, March 8, 2007 Police blotter


• At 10:01 a.m., officers arrested a 27-year-old man on suspicion of spousal abuse on the 400 block of Mill Street.

• At 6:11 p.m., a caller from the 100 block of West Berryhill Drive reported his girlfriend was verbally attacked by her mother. The caller did not give the mother’s name and wanted to make a log entry only.

• At 9:22 p.m., a woman from the 300 block of Mill Street reported that her 45-year-old brother-in-law was telling her mother he may commit suicide as his partner left him. The woman said the man was a heavy drinker. But when officers contacted the man, he was in bed and wasn’t going to do anything harmful.

• At 9:47 p.m., officers arrested a 46-year-old man was arrested on Alta Street near Main Street on suspicion of being drunk in public and booked him into the Nevada County jail.

• At 9:57 p.m., officers arrested a 43-year-old man at a business on the 200 block of South Auburn Street on suspicion of public drunkenness and on outstanding warrants and booked him into the Nevada County jail.

• At 10:55 p.m., police arrested a 51-year-old man on suspicion of drunken driving at West Main and Church streets and booked him into Nevada County jail.


• At 5:26 p.m., a woman from the 11000 block of Nugget Lane reported someone broke into her house and stole her dog.

• At 8:32 p.m., officers arrested a 19-year-old man at Deer Bed Circle on suspicion of recklessly evading the police, driving recklessly and assault with a deadly weapon.


• At 10:01 a.m., a caller from the 10000 block of Wolf Road accused a juvenile of stealing multiple paint brushes from the location on March 1. The reporting person wanted a log entry only.


• At 9:28 a.m., police arrested a woman on suspicion of violating a restraining order on the 100 block of North Pine Street.

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