North Tahoe crime logs: Suspicious subject with crow bar arrested near KB boat ramp
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Below is a selection of incidents from the Placer County Sheriff’s press log for Jan. 17-31.
The Sierra Sun publishes crime logs for the Tahoe portion of Placer County as they are provided by PCSO, and as time and space allow. These logs for January were emailed to the Sun on March 8.
People arrested are considered innocent until proven guilty in court.
2pm, Kings Beach Boat Ramp: Male was reported to be walking around suspiciously carrying a crow bar. Subject was found to have a warrant and was arrested.
3:30pm, 5100 Block West Lake Boulevard, Homewood: Unknown suspect stole victim’s skis from a ski resort.
8am, 7800 Block River Rd, Olympic Valley: Unknown suspect broke into a residence and stole over $6,000 in ski gear and household items, including a snowblower.
2am, 900 Block The Drive, Tahoe City: Victim accidentally hit a vehicle with his Bobcat utility vehicle. Unknown suspect (not related to the vehicle) pulled the victim out of the Bobcat and pushed him around, causing injuries. Victim does not wish prosecution.
6pm, 200 Block Park, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect stole victim’s backpack off his deck, which contained personal electronics and cash. Estimated $3,000 loss.
5pm, 200 Block Granite Chief, Olympic Valley: Unknown suspect vandalized victim’s vehicle sometime overnight.
11am, 200 North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Pursuant to finding a male subject passed out in his running vehicle, suspect was turned over to CHP for DUI.
11:30am, 1300 Block Alpine Way, Tahoe City: Male suspect “borrowed” victim’s snowblower without her permission and never returned it.
11:30pm, 900 Block North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect broke a window of a business, but no entry was made.
11pm, Prosser Lake area, Truckee: Report taken for agency assist with Nevada County for a search and rescue. A male subject got his snow bike stuck in a drainage area and couldn’t get himself out.
10:30am, 1000 Block Martis Landing, Truckee: Male subject stole $1,600 worth of tools and snowboard gear from victim’s unlocked vehicle. The suspect was arrested later that day in Reno on an outstanding warrant and was found to be in possession of the stolen property.
1:15pm, Highway 89/McKinney Rubicon, Tahoma: Pursuant to several reports of a subject “down in the roadway,” a female was located sitting in a snow bank, with all her belongings strewn about. She was arrested for public intoxication.
5pm, 2600 Block Cedar, Homewood: Unknown suspect attempted to break into victim’s locked vehicle, but was unsuccessful.
10:15am 2900 Block Polaris, Tahoe City: Sometime overnight, unknown suspect(s) spray painted graffiti on the school bus barn.
4:30pm, Incline Village: Unknown suspect stole victim’s Northstar ski pass from his residence in Incline and attempted to use it at Northstar.
12:50pm, 4800 Block Sacramento, Homewood: Unknown suspect stole victim’s skis from the back of his truck bed. Two other pairs of skis were left untouched. Estimated $1,200 loss.
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