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North Tahoe crime logs for April 26-31

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 April 26-31.

Thursday, April 26

and#8226; An unknown suspect walked out of a Kings Beach supermarket without paying for a basket full of groceries at 4 p.m.



and#8226; At 10:15 p.m., an intoxicated man was arrested after allegedly assaulting two security guards, resisting arrest and violating his probation as a result. The incident took place in Squaw Valley.

Friday, April 27



and#8226; An unknown suspect removed a laptop computer out of an unlocked vehicle parked on Mineral Springs Road sometime between noon and 8 a.m. the next day.

Saturday, April 28

and#8226; An unknown suspect removed the victimand#8217;s iPhone from a bar in Kings Beach. Precise time unknown.

and#8226; At 7 p.m., a suspect was arrested on burglary charges for allegedly removing a bottle of vodka from a Kings Beach business without paying.

Sunday, April 29

and#8226; At 9 a.m., an unknown suspect removed tools from a victimand#8217;s unlocked truck in upper Kings Beach.

Monday, April 30

and#8226; PCSO assisted California Highway Patrol for a DUI arrest of a female in Squaw Valley. The arrest was made a little past midnight.

and#8226; At 11 a.m., an unknown suspect removed more than $500 worth of personal items from a victimand#8217;s unlocked vehicle.


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