Incline Village crime log: Chronic shoplifter gets citation |

Incline Village crime log: Chronic shoplifter gets citation

Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for April 14-20.

April 14

At 8:47 p.m., in the 800 block of Ophir Peak Rd., a female reported receiving annoying phone calls that were likely a scam.

April 15

At a bank in the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., a handgun was found in a safe deposit box when it was opened for nonpayment. The gun was taken as found property.

April 16

At 9:15 a.m., in the 500 block of N. Dyer Circle, a male reported that he was informed by the IRS that someone had used his social security number to file a tax return.

At 11:12 a.m, at a business near the state line, a report of an employee embezzling money was made. Contact with the male subject was made two days later and he was cited for petit larceny and trespassing from the business.

April 17

At 1:58 a.m., in the 800 block of Tanager Street, a very intoxicated male reported being assaulted and having his wallet stolen. Subject’s wallet was found in his car and he was found to have injuries consistent with a fall, not an assault. Further, he did not remember anyone striking him.

In the 700 block of Cottonwood Court, Deputies took a report a person who was contacted by a suspect pretending to be a relative in need of bail money. The suspect had personal information on the victim, but no money was sent.

At 6:21 p.m., at a business in the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., a female was cited for shoplifting. She has been cited for shoplifting at several businesses in town over the last several months.

At 8:45 p.m., at a business in the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., deputies responded to a report of hit-and-run in the parking lot. Witnesses were able to provide a description of the car and driver and the license plate.

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