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Incline Village Crime Logs: Grand theft auto, grand larceny cases investigated

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for Feb. 10-16.

February 10

Fraud: In the 300 block of Ski Way, a report was taken for fraud.



Domestic Battery: In the 900 block of Southwood, deputies responded to a report of domestic battery. An arrest was made and a report taken.

February 11



Domestic Battery: In the 1000 block of Tomahawk, deputies responded to a report of domestic battery. A report was taken.

Petit Larceny: In the 700 block of Fairview, deputies responded for a report of a larceny. A report was taken.

Disturbance: In the 700 block of Southwood, deputies responded for a report of harassment/disturbance. A report was taken.

Trepsass: In the Stateline area, deputies responded for a report of a person trespassing. A citation was issued.

February 12

Disturbance: In the 600 block of Village, deputies responded for a report of a person causing a disturbance. The situation was handled without incident.

February 13

Trespassing: In the 400 block of Teresa, deputies responded for a report of a person trespassing. A citation was issued and a report taken.

February 14

Grand Larceny: In the area of 800 Southwood, an online report was filed for the theft of a snowboard.

Search & Rescue: In the area of Incline Lake, deputies and Search and Rescue responded for a snowmobiler who was stuck in the back country. The person was found uninjured.

February 15

DUI: On State Route 28, a subject was arrested for driving under the influence.

Grand Theft Auto: In the 100 block of Country Club, deputies rresponded to a report of a Grand Theft Auto. The vehicle was located and a report was taken.


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