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Incline Village crime log: Burglary suspect turns himself in

Staff report

Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for Oct. 12-20.

OCT. 12

A deputy conducting a traffic stop around 10:38 p.m. near the area of Lakeshore and Mays boulevards made contact with a driver who, according to sheriff’s officials, appeared under the influence of a controlled substance. Deputies report the male adult was given a field sobriety test and subsequently arrested for allegedly driving under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia and another controlled substance as well as traffic offenses.

A 2:45 p.m. call brought deputies to the 200 block of Lakeview Avenue on a report of a residential burglary. Though no suspect was found, deputies took a report and continue to investigate the incident.

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OCT. 14

At 10:38 p.m., deputies report conducting a traffic stop in the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Red Cedar Drive for alleged traffic violations. After making contact with the driver, deputies report the woman appeared to be under the influence of alcohol. The female driver was given a field sobriety test and subsequently arrested for traffic violations, alleged DUI, and open container, according to deputies.

OCT. 16

Deputies report a man responded to the Incline Village Substation to turn himself in on a burglary warrant from Reno Justice Court. According to deputies, the man was arrested and transported to Parr Blvd.

OCT. 18

At 1:30 a.m., at a business near the state line, deputies responded to a report of trespassing. On arrival, deputies met with security who reported an allegedly intoxicated man refusing to leave the area. The man was eventually found, cited for trespassing and removed from the property, according to deputies.


 

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