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Incline Village crime log: Embezzlement arrest, grand larceny reports and more

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay, as provided to the Bonanza, for May 4-10.

May 4

WARRANT: In the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Country Club Drive, deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant after a routine subject stop.

THREATS: In the 1000 block of Zurich, an online report was filed referencing threats made.

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HIT AND RUN: In the 800 block of Tahoe Blvd., deputies took a report for a hit and run.

May 5

GRAFFITI: In the area of the state line, deputies took a report for graffiti.

BURGLARY: In the 200 block of Northlake Drive, an online report was filed for burglary.

EMBEZZLEMENT: In the 600 block of Mt. Rose Hwy., deputies made an arrest for embezzlement.

May 6

GRAND LARCENY: In the 500 block of Lucille Dr., deputies took a report for grand larceny.

May 7

DUI: In the 400 block of Lakeshore Blvd., deputies responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident. An arrest was made for driving under the influence.

WARRANT: In the 400 block of Lakeshore Blvd., deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant.

May 8

WARRANT: In the area of Tahoe Blvd and Ponderosa Ave., deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop.

DUI: In the area of Highway 28 28 and Red Cedar Drive, deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence after a routine traffic stop.

May 10

BURGLARY/GRAND LARCENY: In the 500 block of Amagosa, deputies filed a report for burglary and Grand Larceny.


 

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