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Incline Village crime log: Man booked for peeing in public

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for February Feb. 17-23.

February 19

At 11:09 am, in the 300 block of Alder Avenue, a report for Destruction of Property was made.

At 3:30 pm, in the 600 block of Mt Rose Hwy, a male was arrested for two Failure to Appear Warrants.

February 22

At 1:22 am, at a business near the state line, a male subject was arrested for Urinating in Public.

At 4:40 am, at a business near the state line, a subject was cited for Trespassing and left the scene.

At 11 am, at the Mt. Rose Summit parking lot, snowboard gear left unattended outside of a vehicle for about 15 minutes was taken.

At 2:15 pm, in the 700 block of Northwood Blvd., a reporting person reported a past tense burglary with unknown loss and unknown suspect.

At 4:24 pm, in the 900 block of Incline Court, deputies responded to an intrusion alarm. Checked OK, alarm possibly triggered by wind.

At 6:52 pm, in the 500 block of Crest Lane, a reporting person requested deputies conduct a welfare check on two children. Children were found to be happy, cared for and fed.

February 23

At 9:50 am, at the Mt. Rose summit parking lot, a deputy found a vehicle with a broken window. While checking out the vehicle, the male driver returned from a hike and was found to be intoxicated while in possession of a firearm. He was arrested.

At 10:30 am, the work crew from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office returned to Incline and removed graffiti form several locations around the Village. If graffiti is observed, please call 785-WCSO.


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