Grass Valley Police Department
• At 11:55 a.m., a caller from Whiting Street at Empire Street reported a man was causing a disturbance. The 49-year-old man was cited for being drunk in public and transported to the hospital for treatment.
• At 2:23 p.m., a caller reported a non-injury accident on East Main Street. The driver of a Suburu tried to leave. Police arrested a 20-year-old man for reckless driving.
• At 5:51 p.m., a caller from the 1000 block of East Main Street reported juveniles were shooting paint ball guns. Police took a report for vandalism.
• At 6:39 p.m., a man called from East Main Street to report a person jumped in front of his car and said to him “See I can make cars stop,” then made obscene gestures to the man and hit his car. Police arrested a 40-year-old woman for being drunk in public.
• At 11:02 p.m., a caller from a business on Sutton Way reported a woman was continually calling the store, the emergency room and the police department asking if she won the sweepstakes at the business. Police advised the woman not to call the business or she would be arrested for making annoying phone calls.
• At 1:34 a.m., a caller from a business on Sutton Way reported a woman returned to the store and was not welcome. Police provided the woman a ride to her home.
• At 1:18 p.m., a caller from the 15000 block of Wolf Road reported a red trailer was taken from the residence.
• At 1:38 p.m., a caller form the 14000 block of Quaker Ridge Court reported a vehicle was found in brush. The vehicle had been reported by the CHP as stolen. CHP handled the call.
• At 4:48 p.m., a woman called from the 11000 block of Icon Way to report a woman showed up to her residence to attend a workshop and began digging in her yard with a hammer. The woman told the caller she was burying a tracking device and was joining a cult. She later curled up into a fetal position. The caller believed the woman had mental health problems and she did not want her there. Deputies made contact. The woman went a hotel and said she would return to Mississippi.
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