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Incline Village crime logs: Narcotics arrest, illegal fire reports

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 April 6-19.

April 7

Illegal burn: In the Sand Harbor area, deputies responded to a report of an illegal fire.

April 9

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Disturbance: In the 500 block of Pinion Drive, deputies responded to a report of a disturbance. The incident was settled at scene.

April 10

Narcotics: In the 400 block of Fairview Blvd, deputies responded to a disturbance. An arrest was made for possession of narcotics.

April 11

Warrant: In the 700 block of Tahoe Blvd., deputies made an arrest for a warrant after a routine traffic stop.

Narcotics: In the 700 block of Tahoe Blvd., Deputies made an arrest for narcotics after a routine traffic stop.

Trespassing: In the 700 block of Southwood Blvd, deputies responded to report of a person trespassing on private property. A report was filed and a citation issued.

April 13

Hit and run: In the 900 Block of Tahoe Blvd., deputies took a report of a hit and run.

April 15

Missing and endangered: In the 700 block of Tahoe Blvd., deputies responded to a welfare check. Deputies made contact with a person who was listed as missing and endangered.

April 17

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

Disturbance: In the 700 block of Southwood Blvd., deputies responded to a report of a disturbance.

Burglary: In the 100 block of Country Club, deputies responded to a report of a burglary.

April 18

Hit and run: In the 1000 Block of War Bonnet Way, deputies responded to a report of a hit and run.


 

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