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Incline Village crime logs: Narcotics, 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 July 20-26.

July 20

GRAND LARCENY: In the 900 block of Lakeshore Blvd., Deputies took a report for grand larceny.

FRAUD: In the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., Deputies took a report for a commercial burglary.

PETIT LARCENY: In the 900 block of Tahoe Blvd., an online report was filed for petit larceny.

July 22

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

WARRANT: In the 600 block of Hogan, Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance. An arrest was made for an outstanding warrant.

July 23

PETIT LARCENY: In the 800 block of Freels Peak Dr., Deputies took a report for petit larceny.

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

July 24

TRAFFIC: In the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Winding Way, Deputies made an arrest for traffic violations after a routine traffic stop.

DUI: In the area of College Dr. and Mt. Rose Hwy, Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence.

DUI: In the area of Tahoe Blvd. and Winding Way, Deputies made an arrest for driving under the influence after a routine traffic stop.

July 26

NARCOTICS: In the 900 block of Incline Way, Deputies issued a citation for narcotics.

WARRANT: In the area of SR. 28, an arrest was made for an outstanding warrant after a routine traffic stop.

NARCOTICS: In the area of SR. 28, an arrest was made after a routine traffic stop for narcotics.


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