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North Tahoe crime logs: $24,500 worth of mountain bikes stolen from car racks

Below is a selection of incidents from the Placer County Sheriff’s press log for June 17 through July 7.

June 17

3:33am, 8500 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Male subject was found passed out in a parking lot. Suspect was arrested for public intoxication.

June 18

7pm, 8300 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect stole Victim’s $9,000 mountain bike from the bike rack attached to his vehicle. The bike was unsecured.

7:30pm, 700 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect stole Victim’s $5,500 locked mountain bike from the bike rack on her vehicle.

June 19

12pm, Brockway Summit, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect cut the cable lock and stole victim’s $10,000 mountain bike from his vehicle’s bike rack.

June 20

8:45pm, Highway 28/Jackpine, Tahoe City: Male subject was located passed out on a park bench heavily intoxicated. Suspect was taken into protective custody, no charges will be filed.

June 21

10:30am, 7800 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe Vista: Deputy made contact with a female who was talking to herself. It was determined the suspect had a $250,000 warrant out of San Bernadino. She was cited and released, per that court.

June 22

8:45am, 6800 Block, West Lake Boulevard, Tahoma: Report taken for shoplifting. A female stole a cup of coffee, donuts and a pack of cigarettes. Suspect was located later but the victim declined prosecution. The suspect is no longer allowed on the property.

1:15pm, 8800 Block, Minnow, Kings Beach: Unkown suspect made $2,400 in online purchases on a stolen credit card. Victim is owner of the online store.

4:45pm, 8200 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Male subject stole Victim’s cell phone from inside a business. Suspect later returned the phone and admitted to the crime. Charges pending.

June 23

11:15am, 8400 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Male suspect demo’d a bicycle and failed to return it. Suspect used a gift card in place of a credit card without money on it. This is the same suspect from the June 22 stolen cell phone case.

June 24

10:30am, 8200 Block, Vahalla, Truckee: Report taken for a battery that occurred over missing tools. No prosecution desired.

12:30pm, 6500 Block, Wildwood, Tahoe Vista: Victim showed up at her vacation home to discover that someone had been squatting for the past 5 months. Report taken for burglary.

2:30pm, 8800 Block, Brook, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect stole Victim’s generator sometime in the past 2 days.

7:30pm 5300 Block, West Lake Boulevard, Homewoof: Male subject arrested for boating under the influence of alcohol and possession of a controlled substance.

June 26

1:45am, Village/Fabian, Tahoe City: Female discovered lying in the roadway; taken into protective custody due to high level of intoxication.

June 27

12pm, 8500 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Unknown suspect stole 2 rings from Victim’s residence. Unknown timeframe.

June 28

3am, 100 Block, West Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Female subject arrested for public intoxication.

6:20am, 8300 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Pursuant to a report of a suspicious male exhibiting aggressive behavior with sticks, suspect arrested for possession of meth and paraphernalia.

7:40am, 400 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Report taken for vandalism. Suspect allegedly damaged Victim’s vehicle with his own vehicle in a deliberate manner, causing minor damage.

2pm, 100 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect stole multiple bottles of alcohol on two separate occasions.

June 30

1:30pm, 4100 Block, Nightingale, Tahoe City: Unknown suspect opened a cellphone account in Victim’s name. The account went into default for $407.

11pm, 1800 Block, West Lake Boulevard, Tahoe City: Possible known suspect jumped victim, assaulted him and fled the scene. A citizen’s arrest form filed with the D.A.

July 2

In the communities of Tahoma, Tahoe City, Kings Beach and Northstar: 3 public intoxication arrests, 1 boating while intoxicated arrest and 2 domestic violence reports.

July 3

In the communities of Tahoe City and Kings Beach: 2 public intoxication arrests and 1 citizen’s arrest for assault.

July 4

In the communities of Tahoe City and Kings Beach: 3 public intoxication arrests, 1 DUI turnover to CHP, 1 battery report, 1 vandalism report and 2 warrant arrests.

July 5

In the communities of Tahoe City, Olympic Valley and Truckee: 1 threats report, 1 burglary report and 2 public intoxication arrests.

July 6

1pm, 5300 Block, West Lake Boulevard, Homewood: Unknown suspect spray painted graffiti on the side of a building.

6:15pm, 8300 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Kings Beach: Male subject was reported passed out under a park bench. Suspect was subsequently taken into protective custody for public intoxication.

8:30pm, 7600 Block, North Lake Boulevard, Tahoe Vista: Female victim was walking down the roadway when a female suspect jumped out of a vehicle and attacked her, causing injuries.

10pm, somewhere in Kings Beach: Victim’s boyfriend burned her face using a spray can and a lighter. Suspect fled the scene but was arrested two weeks later on felony charges.

July 7

4:45pm, 3800 Dinah, Carnelian Bay: Unknown suspect entered residence and stole a polar bear fur blanket and other personal items.


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