North Lake Tahoe crime logs, May 15-24
TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; The following are incident reports submitted by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office Tahoe substation during the time period of May 15-24.
Tuesday, May 17
and#8226; A male suspect walked into a downtown business in Tahoe City at approximately 12:15 p.m. and allegedly threatened to shoot people. No weapon was ever presented and the suspect fled prior to arrival of PSCO deputies. A report was taken.
Wednesday, May 18
and#8226; An unknown suspect entered a hotel room located in proximity to a North Shore ski resort and removed a Rolex watch and a video camera. The incident occurred around noon.
Thursday, May 19
and#8226; A male subject slapped another male in the face after engaging in a verbal argument at Lake Forest Road in Tahoe City. No prosecution was desired and no arrest was made.
Friday, May 20
and#8226; A male suspect was arrested after stealing the tip jar off the bar of a Kings Beach restaurant. The incident occurred around 3 p.m.
and#8226; An unknown suspect removed a stereo speaker from a victimand#8217;s unlocked vehicle.
and#8226; A female skier lost her way when skiing from Sugar Bowl to Squaw Valley. Search and Rescue resources were deployed and located the skier unharmed at 2 a.m.
Saturday, May 21
and#8226; A male subject was contacted on a routine traffic stop and was determined to be Driving Under the Influence of alcohol. California Highway Patrol responded to the scene and arrested the driver for DUI. The incident occurred at 2:30 a.m.
and#8226; A male subject was allegedly jumped and assaulted by one or more assailants at an unknown location in downtown Tahoe City at an unknown time.
Monday, May 23
and#8226; An unknown suspect shot out several windows to a Tahoma residence with a BB gun. The incident occurred sometime in the past four months.
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