Oh, hello. I'm Rod Blake, chief investigator for the Nevada state troopers. You know, in the old days, prospectors used to pan the Truckee River with one eye on their gold pans and the other on the trees, half expected a Washoo or a Piute arrow in the back. Well, arrows and gold still haunt the Truckee. Most of the gold is in the form of wedding rings tossed off the Virginia Street Bridge opposite the Reno courthouse. It's become tradition with the new divorcees. And the arrow? I ...