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Incline Village crime logs: Narcotics, battery with deadly weapon cases and more

Below are select incidents from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office press log for Incline Village/Crystal Bay for July 27 to August 2.

July 27

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: In the 1200 block of Ski Way, an online report was filed for destruction of property.

July 28

HIT AND RUN: In the 800 block of Alder Ave., Deputies took a report for a hit and run accident.

BATTERY WITH DEADLY WEAPON: In the 800 block of Alder Ave., Deputies took a report for a battery with a deadly weapon.

DUI: In the 600 block of Lakeshore Blvd., Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence.

July 29

DUI: On SR. 28, Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence after a routine traffic stop.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE: In the 1000 block of Tomahawk Tr., an online report was filed for suspicious circumstances.

July 31

DUI: In the area of Village Blvd. and Juanita Dr., Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence after a routine traffic stop.

DUI: In the area of Incline Way and Southwood Blvd., Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence.

DISTURBANCE: In the 100 block of Juanita, Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance. Parties were separated with no further incident.

August 2

WARRANT: In the area of Southwood Blvd. and Oriole Way, Deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop.

WARRANT: In the area of Southwood Blvd. and Oriole Way, Deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop.

NARCOTICS: In the area of Southwood Blvd. and Oriole Way, Deputies made an arrest for an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: In the 600 block of Country Club, Deputies took a report for destruction of property.


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