Incline Village Crime Log: Man allegedly exposed himself in front of library |

Incline Village Crime Log: Man allegedly exposed himself in front of library

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for Sept. 8-20.


At about 11:39 a.m., along the 900 block of Tahoe Boulevard in Incline Village, deputies took a report of an alleged hit and run, which included video of the suspect. Deputies report locating the suspect who was then cited for failure to report an unattended vehicle accident, according to deputies.


Deputies took a report of an alleged hit and run around 12:15 p.m., along the 700 block of Mays Blvd. According to the report, one car was observed hitting the rear of another and driving away.

Deputies report another alleged hit and run was reported in a parking lot in the 100 block of Country Club Drive around 5:26 p.m. An online report was made for the alleged incident, according to deputies.

SEPT. 10

A 24-year-old man was arrested around 6:28 p.m. at the Incline Village substation after he allegedly exposed himself at the Incline Library on Sept. 9, according to deputies. The male suspect was arrested on open and gross lewdness charges for the alleged incident.

SEPT. 11

At 1:20 a.m. along the 300 block of Ski Way, deputies report arresting a 20-year-old female driver who reportedly had no driver’s license for allegedly driving under the influence.

Deputies report responding to a 11:24 p.m. incident along the 1000 block of Marlene Street following a call from a residential alarm. Upon arrival, deputies report finding the home to have been allegedly burglarized. Entry had been made into the garage and suspects left behind tools and glow sticks, according to deputies. A report of residential burglary and destruction of property was taken.

SEPT. 16

Incline High School was put on lockdown following a 9:14 a.m. report of a bear on the school’s football field, according to deputies. School police and deputies kept the school locked down while the bear was in the area. Regular class schedules resumed as soon as deputies and school officials deemed the bear had left the area and it was safe for students once again.

SEPT. 19

A 12:09 a.m. call came in for a possible drunk driver, according to deputies. Deputies report a suspect was located, at which time the vehicle was stopped. Deputies report the driver was not drunk.

SEPT. 20

At 10:09 a.m., in the area of Mays and Southwood boulevards, deputies conducted a welfare check on a toddler who had reportedly been walking on the roadway, but ran back inside when the reporting party stopped to check on its welfare. Deputies advised the family and notified CPS.

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