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North Tahoe crime logs: ‘Slobbering’ man dislocates cop’s shoulder


The Sierra Sun publishes crime logs for the Tahoe portion of Placer County as they are provided by PCSO. The below logs for August were emailed to the Sun on Oct. 13.

TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Below is a selection of incidents from the Placer County Sheriff’s press log for Aug. 1-12.

August 1

2:45pm, Salmon/Coon, Kings Beach: Male driver was pulled over for expired tabs, admitted to being a heroin addict and was subsequently arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance.

10am, 8600 Block North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Victim’s wallet was stolen in early July, but never reported it and now he is a victim of identity theft.

11:15pm, 7600 Block Highlands View, Truckee: Two male subjects took a cab from Kings Beach but did not have money to pay. Both were arrested for public intoxication and defrauding an innkeeper.

August 3

11:15am, 8800 Block Speckled, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect stole 1.5 cords of hardwood from victim’s driveway.

August 4

9am, 8600 Block Loch Levon, Kings Beach: Two male roommates got into an argument when the intoxicated one bit the other’s arm and scratched his chest.

2:20pm, 9200 Block Hartwood, Truckee: Unknown suspect obtained victim’s personal info and opened a Verizon account, resulting in a $150 loss.

7:30pm, 8700 Block Salmon, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect shot victim’s front window with a bb gun, resulting in $500 in damages.

August 5

3:30am, 8400 Block North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Pursuant to a report of a male passed out in front of the bank, suspect was taken into custody for severe intoxication.

5pm, 12200 Block Business Park, Truckee: Unknown suspect stole Vn’s Go Pro from his unlocked vehicle.

5:45pm, Tahoe Park Heights/Big Pine, Tahoe City: Female subject was discovered sitting in her vehicle in the middle of the street and subsequently turned over to CHP for suspected DUI.

8:45pm, 28/Estates, Tahoe Vista: Male subject was pulled over for vehicle code violations when it was determined he had been drinking. Suspect was turned over to CHP for DUI.

August 6

1am, 1900 Block Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley: Two male subjects got in a physical fight while attending a wedding after party. The main aggressor was arrested for assault.

12pm, 7800 Block North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe Vista: A female suspect picked up a fraudulent prescription using a fake name and fled from deputies who were waiting outside, per a tip. Female was identified and charges filed with the DA. Report taken for burglary, evading and fraudulent prescription.

August 10

6:45pm, Silverfir/Thelin, Truckee: Incident report taken for a male subject riding his bicycle around in the nude. The reporting party said they were offended.

August 11

7:45am, 5100 Block West Lake Boulevard, Homewood: Unknown suspect stole 2 stand-up paddleboards from a storage rack on the beach.

7:45am, 800 Block North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect stole victim’s prescriptions while he was showering at a gym, resulting in a $500 loss.

2:45pm, 100 Block River, Tahoe City: Male suspect was cited for shoplifting alcohol from a business.

August 12

3:30pm, Shirley Canyon: A search and rescue was initiated for an adult female and two juveniles lost in Shirley Canyon. All parties located unharmed within 2 hours.

August 13

8:30am, 200 Block Observation, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect stole equipment from victim’s property — $1,200 loss.

10am 800 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Male subject was located passed out on a handicap ramp and slobbering on himself. Suspect was arrested for public intoxication, but he resisted arrest. Suspect became violent again and dislocated an officer’s shoulder. Additional charges were added, including felony battery.

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