Incline Village Crime Logs: Graffiti, DUI, destruction of property and more
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Below are incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for March 2-15.
Disturbance: In the 100 block of Juanita, deputies responded to a disturbance. The situation was handled without further issues.
Graffiti: In the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., a report was taken for Graffiti. The Graffiti was immediately removed by the Sheriff’s Inmate Work Crew.
Graffiti: In the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd, another report was taken for Graffiti. The Graffiti was immediately removed by the Sheriff’s Inmate Work Crew.
Warrant: In the 500 block of Silvertip Drive, deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant.
DUI: In the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Southwood Blvd, deputies responded to a report of a reckless driver. The reckless driver was located and an arrest was made for driving under the influence.
DUI: In the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Glen Way, during a routine traffic stop deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence.
Vehicle accident: In the area of the state line in Crystal Bay, deputies responded and took a report non-injury vehicle accident with property damage.
Destruction of Property: In the 600 block of Lakeshore Blvd., an online report was filed for destruction of property.
DUI: In the area of College Drive and Rosewoood Circle, during a routine traffic stop, deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence.
Tampering: In the 700 block of College Drive, an online report was received for tampering with a motor vehicle.
Fraud: A citizen responded to the Washoe County Substation to report fraud. A report was filed.
Fraud: In the 100 block of Country Club, an online report was received for credit card fraud.
Reckless Driver: Deputies responded to a reckless driver on the Mt. Rose Hwy. Driver was cited.
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