Grass Valley Police Department
• At 9:19 a.m., a caller reported that $3,000 in cash was taken from a coat pocket in a closet on the 100 block of Catalpa Lane. All the doors had been locked and there was no evidence of a forced entry, the caller said.
• At 9:31 a.m., a 1965 Chevrolet turquoise pickup was reported stolen between 6:30 and 7:30 a.m. that morning on the 400 block of Doris Drive. The keys had been inside the recently purchased truck, and the owner was unsure of the license plate number.
• At 12:56 p.m., a caller reported that a blue Chevrolet truck was blocking the exit of a parking lot on the 100 block of Nevada Street. The caller wanted the person to move it and found the truck owner sitting on the floor of a nearby church, possibly disoriented. The owner said he had parked there to wait for better road conditions and was seeking spiritual guidance.
• A woman reported at 12:09 p.m. that someone took the gas out of her vehicle the night before while it was parked on the 800 block of Nevada Street.
• At 1:19 p.m., a residential alarm was activated on the 13500 block of Brannon Court. Deputies responded and were told by a Realtor that she and the pest-control man accidentally activated the alarm.
• A man called to report at 1:20 p.m. that he had a juvenile shoplifter in custody on the 10100 block of Alta Sierra Drive.
• At 2:49 p.m., a caller reported he had killed a woman on the 29300 block of Highway 49 and was now headed to Camptonville. A deputy responded, found it was a false claim and gave the caller a ride to Donaldine Drive.
• A woman said HBE Rentals on the 11000 block of LaBarr Meadows Road had located a backhoe that previously was reported as having not been returned.
• At 10:55 p.m., a caller reported seeing a flashlight in the caller’s yard on the 13300 block of Elderberry Lane several times that night.
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