Gras Valley Police Department
3:15 a.m. – A 911 caller from Brighton Street asked: “What day is it?” The caller was advised that the 911 number was for emergencies only.
10:41 am – Grand Theft Auto was reported from Glenwood Road after a camouflaged 1985 Chevy pickup with a red 2022 Honda dirt bike in the rear was stolen sometime during the night. A report has been recorded.
11:06 am – A reporter on Woodland Way reported squatters in two flats. The rapporteur believes that people broke into the garage as there is now a broken window.
9:31 p.m. – A 911 call-up at a gas station on Plaza Drive and Sutton Way resulted in the arrest of an adult. A recall found that a bald man with a tattoo on the back of his head had taken away over $40 worth of groceries.
22:56 – A reporter on Mill Street and Bank Street reported a man lying in the gravel where they were doing construction work. He seems happy but the reporter doesn’t think he should be there. An adult was arrested.
23:58 – A report of an apartment building on Spree Avenue firing large firecrackers like mortars and waking up the whole neighborhood. Another caller said she just heard three gunshots near Dorsey/Segsworth.
City of Nevada Police Department
11:57 am – A call was made to Nevada City Public Works for a reporter who said icy sidewalks also create fall hazards near the public library. Public Works said they were aware.
12:29 p.m. – A 911 caller along Highway 20 near Highway 49 reported that the county’s No. 224 sand truck is polluting the air and the caller doesn’t believe he belongs on the road.
16:27 – A reporter on Cross Street reported that a passer-by tried to steal petrified wood in her garden. It was later determined that a suspect was in her backyard and had a piece of what she believed to be her wood. It turned out to be firewood that did not belong to the detector. The suspect was advised not to enter the property.
Nevada County Sheriff’s Office
12:52 a.m. – A reporter on Highway 20 and Dead End asked to speak to a congressman about something she was told to “shut up” and was “arrested to silence.”
8:21 a.m. – On Buccaneer Rd. and Hilltop Rd. A large gray pit bull dog was reported on the property and the caller was concerned because he was very thin and the collar was very tight. The reporting party wanted to try to take the dog to the shelter itself.
9:29 am – A 911 caller reported vehicles skidding off the road at Lake Vera Purdon and Bloomfield Graniteville Rd. The caller said several vehicles were stuck and feared they too would be stuck.
10:05 am – One reporting party said they had two “drug trucks” stuck in the mud on their property. The reporting party feared they might have warrants for their arrest and wanted to remove them from their property at Highway 49 and Downieville Highway.
10:48 am – A reporter said an undisclosed amount of mail, including Amazon packages, was taken from her mailbox at Patricia Way and Virginia Way.
12:03 p.m. – Officers were called to assist with an evacuation on C St. near Squirrel Creek Road.
14:24 – A reporting party asking for help with a fox showing signs of rabies. It is at the end of Forest Park Circle and Lake Wildwood Dr. in a white bag next to the mailbox. The registration office called yesterday about this.
14:36 – CalFire requested a deputy, a combative patient at Dr. Grub Creek and Dr. to help Valley. The patient was “angry and had an altered level of consciousness” and would possibly be aggressive.
15:09 – A reporter on Dead Horse Rd. and Dead End reported that a dog had attacked their livestock.
16:03 – A parole officer applied for a welfare check on a probationer at McCourtney Rd. off Gai Rd. because he had just left a note saying he had relapsed after 120 days sober. The subject made statements that his kidneys were failing and that the subject was taking something intravenously but was groaning and difficult to understand.
6:50 p.m. – A reporter on Willow Valley Rd. and Dead End said all belongings in her bedroom and storage were stolen.
19:01 – A reporter on Valley Dr. and Rough and Ready Highway said a subject should work for him but never did. Now the person had returned to the property unannounced and said they would “pick up” at the caller’s home.
20:27 – A 911 caller on New Rome Road said her son’s friend was “acting mentally,” spilling alcohol everywhere, arguing and causing a disturbance. The reporting party declined to provide further information but later called 911 and said the friend was throwing her clothes around, drinking all her alcohol and fighting with her son. The caller wanted officers to come and get the friend out of her home.
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