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Police blotter

California Highway Patrol

Saturday

• Lendol Jeray Young, 40, of Canby, Ore., was arrested on suspicion of resisting a police officer, driving under the influence, being under the influence of a controlled substance and recklessly evading an officer.



Grass Valley

Police Department




Saturday

• At 12:53 p.m., a caller on the 100 block of East Main Street reported that a man was standing outside with his pants down and was “playing with himself.” Police could not find the man at the time, but arrested him later outside of the Holbrooke Hotel for drunken behavior.

Nevada County Sheriff’s Office

Friday

• At 5:04 p.m., a caller at Edwards Crossing reported that someone was sitting on top of a pickup truck on the bridge with a case of beer and a rifle.

Saturday

• Aaron Edgar Goodrich, 41, of Nevada City, was arrested on suspicion of shooting inside an occupied vehicle and damaging a utility or telephone pole. According to logs, a man reported that Goodrich tried to shoot him through a vehicle window.

• A sheriff’s officer’s vehicle was reported burglarized at his home at 9:57 a.m. A badge, as well as identification, and a stereo was reported stolen. The sheriff’s department did not release the name of the officer, the location of the crime or any information about a suspect.

Sunday

• One of three horseback riders near Spaulding Lake, off Highway 20, fell several feet into a waterway at 11:59 a.m. The horse was crossing a bridge over the waterway, possibly a Nevada Irrigation District canal, when the bridge gave way. Deputies constructed a dry walkway for the horse, which was stuck, to escape. Neither the horse or the rider was hurt in the accident.


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