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Latest North Tahoe crime logs feature road rage, theft incidents

Matthew Renda
Sierra Sun

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; The following are incident reports submitted by the Placer County Sheriffand#8217;s Office Tahoe substation during the time period of March 8-15.

Tuesday, March 8: At 11 p.m., two male subjects allegedly pelted a vehicle with snowballs and a beer can because the car was allegedly speeding through a neighborhood on Rainbow Avenue in Kings Beach. A verbal argument ensued and the car received minor scratches. A report was taken.

Wednesday, March 9: At 3:30 p.m., pursuant to a report of a family disturbance on Lake Forest Road in Tahoe City, an allegedly uncooperative male subject was arrested for drunk in public.

Thursday, March 10: At 2 p.m. a report was filed by a individual whose season pass to a North Shore ski resort was being sold online without permission. The victim denied any involvement and is uncertain as to the whereabouts of said pass.

At 8:30 p.m., a suspect was arrested for an outstanding Placer County felony warrant. The arrest was made on Commonwealth Drive in Kings Beach.

Sunday, March 12: A female subject was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at the intersection of Golden Avenue and Bear Street in Kings Beach.

Monday, March 13: An unknown suspect gained entry to a locked vehicle located on Golden Pine Road in Truckee. The suspect removed a purse and some personal items from the vehicle. A neighbor later found the purse and its contents strewn about a snow bank. The report was filed at 1 a.m.


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