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Nevada County police blotter: Caller reports person breakdancing by fuel pumps

 

GRASS VALLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Friday

2:58 p.m. – A caller from Sutton Way reported two subjects shoplifting two backpacks full of merchandise.

4:35 p.m. – A caller from Colfax Avenue reported 10 to 12 teens causing issues for customers trying to enter the business.



5:15 p.m. – A caller from Pleasant Street reported subjects surrounding a residence; at least one of them was wearing a ski mask. One of the subjects picked up a chair and the caller didn’t know if they were going to use it to force entry. The caller then heard screaming and heard someone say, “Give me my phone.”

Saturday



1:35 p.m.. – A caller from Glenbrook Drive reported hearing noises and thought someone had been in their house since the previous night. The caller was hearing doors opening and footsteps out the window and someone spitting.

7:26 p.m. – A caller from Joerschke Drive reported an unfriendly Husky running around the location. The caller said the dog’s owner was unable to contain it. The owner then made contact to report they were being harassed by the caller.

Sunday

9:55 a.m. – A caller from West McKnight Way reported a woman slumped over in her car. The caller stated that multiple customers had expressed concern. A male subject knocked on the window and the woman perked up.

12:48 p.m. – A caller from West Olympia Drive reported a power line down in the roadway approximately 40 yards from the intersection.

NEVADA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Friday

10:18 a.m. – A caller from Kilham Mine Road requested assistance from Animal Control regarding their neighbors’ peacocks habitually coming onto their property.

10:33 a.m. – A caller from Palmer Road reported a loud engine heard at night that was making the caller sick to their stomach.

3:38 p.m. – A caller from Francis Drive reported people on dirt bikes in the roadway popping wheelies.

5:42 p.m. – A caller from Commercial Avenue reported a subject breakdancing on cardboard in the middle of fuel pumps.

8:37 p.m. – A caller from Penn Valley Drive reported a subject had come into the business and stated they were going to come back and shoot and blow the place up.

Saturday

6:06 p.m. – A caller from Orion Way reported a male who came to a closed yard sale and tried to steal some fishing rods.

6:45 p.m. – A caller from Auburn Road reported hearing gunshots coming from the Biblical Gardens.

10:22 p.m. – A caller from Tyler Foote Road reported subjects partying and playing drums since 7 in the morning.

Sunday

8:30 a.m. – A caller from Greenlee Road was very upset, reporting an ongoing issue with their neighbors’ dog being off leash and the dog continuing to come after the caller.

11:04 a.m. – A caller from Grizzly Hill Road reported loud music for the past 12 hours.

2:09 p.m. – A caller from Pleasant Valley Road reported a power live down in the roadway between Lake Wildwood and Highway 20.

2:53 p.m. – A caller from McCourtney Road reported an embezzled vehicle. Per California Highway Patrol, the caller is no longer the registered owner of the vehicle.

NEVADA CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

Friday

6:52 a.m. – A caller from Searls Avenue reported a subject camping in a vehicle with trash everywhere. The subject was arrested for resisting arrest and trespassing.

Saturday

1:41 a.m. – A caller from Zion Street reported a dog barking all night.

10:33 a.m. – A caller from East Broad Street reported a clogged storm drain. The caller was concerned about the rain expected over the weekend.

Sunday

4:10 p.m. – A caller from Sutton Way reported subjects with four vehicles were setting up transient camps in the fields behind a brewery.

— Jennifer Nobles


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