Nevada County Police Blotter: Cat Sitter Loses Cat, Neighbor Won’t Return Them

Friday

Gras Valley Police Department

10:01 am – A caller from Brunswick Road reported that someone kept yelling at him that the caller was an undercover cop and that he was going to kill the caller.



11:53 a.m. – A caller from Richardson Street reported a dog barking in a vehicle since 7 a.m. The vehicle, the caller said, was parked in a corner of the lot and in the shade.

5:45pm – A caller from Brunswick Road gave the address when asked what the emergency was. He said “I’m just drunk” and hung up.



5:48pm – A caller from Sutton Way reported that he had waited over two hours for his prescription and the pharmacist kept laughing at him.

Saturday

2:41 a.m. – A caller from a store on Plaza Drive wanted a pass through the parking lot to accommodate all passers-by. The caller said one of the transients was eyeing his car last night and if he sees him doing it again he will be fired for beating up the transient.

8:07 a.m. – A caller from Richardson Street reported an abandoned limousine in the middle of the street. According to the caller, the vehicle had apparently been hit several times.

2:13pm – A caller from Neal Street reported a person camping in a red tent in the parking lot.

4:15pm – A caller from Sutton Way reported a car was stolen. A foam mattress was also strapped to the vehicle, according to the caller. The incident reportedly began as an altercation between people when the suspect jumped into the driver’s seat and locked the doors, then attempted to run over the other person.

4:19 p.m. – A caller from Sierra College Drive reported that a manhole cover was partially out of place.

10:01 p.m. — A caller from East Main Street reported that she was approached by a suspicious woman who asked if she wanted to work for her, and the caller asked if she wanted to come to her van because she was cute have clothes for her. The suspect followed the caller into the store and left after 20 minutes while the caller waited in the restroom.

11:05 p.m. – A caller from Plaza Drive reported that a suspicious man had locked himself in a van after being confronted by the caller that he might be trying to break into the store.

Sunday

4:17 pm – A caller from Holly Drive reported that he had loaned a subject a vehicle for errands and had not returned the car as promised.

4:58 p.m. – A caller from Sierra College Drive reported a male person throwing large rocks on the road and standing in traffic. Another caller reported the same thing and said the man was upset.

6:38pm – A caller from Neal Street reported that youths were stealing things from the store. According to the caller, the youths were waiting outside the store for friends to come out, who were just stealing a bottle of alcohol.

City of Nevada Police Department

Friday

3:55 p.m. – A caller from Highway 49 at Coyote Street reported a door in the lane.

4:25 am – A caller from Martin Street reported electrical white noise coming from her stovepipe.

Saturday

5:11 a.m. – A caller from Commercial Street reported a vehicle that had to be towed to the Farmers Market.

1:58 p.m. – A caller from Main Street reported a person was seen yelling at customers and other people as they walked by. Another caller reported the same thing.

8:47 p.m. – A caller from Sacramento Street reported an RV partially blocking the driveway.

Sunday

10:49 a.m. – A caller from Commercial Street reported a vehicle with a cracked window and open door in which a male was sleeping or passed out.

8:14 p.m. – A caller from Railroad Avenue reported a suspicious man walking around the property knocking on doors and asking people about things.

Friday

Nevada County Sheriff’s Department

2:47 am – A caller from Highway 20 near Harmony Ridge Road and Unnamed Road reported that her alarm went off and someone was trying to break into her back door.

9:56 a.m. – A caller on Dawnridge Drive reported that the goat found was being held and requested pickup.

10:36 am – The parole officer requested agency assistance at Mc Courtney Road for an issue they had their eye on. Ten minutes later a call was made saying they no longer needed help.

2:22pm – A caller from Woodchuck Court reported that a large aggressive dog is currently in the front yard and is frightened as it required treatment for a dog bite from the same dog a few days ago.

2:33pm – A caller from Lucky Nugget Lane asked to be contacted, citing her dogs being attacked by the neighbor’s dog. The caller reported that the dog was back on his property, but says she doesn’t think her dog needs medical attention. According to the caller, the neighbor’s dog pinned her dog.

2:36 p.m. – A 911 caller on Oak Ridge Road reported she had been scammed and wanted the FBI’s number. The caller was advised on the proper use of the 911 emergency number.

7:33pm – A reporter on Prospector Road calls for civilian riot police to hand over a cell phone to a victim of human trafficking. The reporting party advises that her life has already been threatened at the property. Also notifies that she was previously denied a civil standby by the Nevada County Sheriff’s Office.

Saturday

3:14 a.m. – A caller from Highway 20 reported that her alarm just rang again behind her house. The caller stated that this was a recurring problem. Guess it could have been an animal.

7:26 a.m. – A 911 call was made outside of Ballantree Lane to test if the phone was working on the WiFi because it was out of service.

7:34 a.m. – A reporter on Alta Sierra Drive reported a deer with Christmas lights in its antlers.

8:14 a.m. – A reporter on North Bloomfield-Graniteville Road said he woke up and three of his vehicle doors were left open and asked for contact. Contact was made with the reporting party who believed the suspect was a bear, no assistance was required.

11:35 a.m. – A suspicious circumstance was reported under the Banner Lava Cap Road overpass when a 911 caller said she located missing person items and other suspicious items at the temporary camp.

2:39 p.m. – Multiple calls have been reported regarding an overturned trailer blocking the lane along Highway 49 at Nishinam Gulch Road.

3:32pm – A reporter on Lakewood Lane is reporting a green VW Beetle occupied by a woman who changes clothes and then dances around her vehicle on the pavement. Purple top, pink skirt, but it’s always changing.

6:59pm – A reporter on Pierite Road reported that she had a cat babysitting her cat and the cat ran away. The cat sitter’s neighbor found the cat and refuses to return it, threatening to adopt the reporting party’s cat to another party. The reporter wants something to be done. When asked for a number for someone to contact her, the reporting party said she was in India for a medical procedure and did not have a working number.

Sunday

1:18 p.m. – A reporter on Orchard Springs Road requested willingness to take photos of trees felled without permission. I want the standby to be done as soon as possible today.

1:31 p.m. – A 911 call was routed to CHP partially on the slow lane of I-80 on Floriston Way because of a dead mountain (lion).

4:10 p.m. – A reporter on Round Mountain Ranch Road reported a male subject riding a yellow dirt bike over jumps with a baby in a backpack. Subject wears red shirt and blue jeans. Child is female, about 2 years old.

– Jennifer Nobles

– Elias Funez

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