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North Tahoe crime logs, Oct. 2-11

Sun staff report

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; The following are incident reports submitted by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office Tahoe substation during the week of Oct. 2-Oct 11.

Oct. 2

Warrant: At 8 a.m. on the 8000 block of North Lake Boulevard in Kings Beach, a subject was arrested on an outstanding Placer County felony warrant.

Oct. 3

Theft: Sometime overnight at a home on the 4000 block of Courchevel Road in Homewood, a known suspect took a victimand#8217;s log splitter without his permission.

Stolen dog: At 7 p.m. on Secline in Kings Beach an unknown suspect allegedly stole victimand#8217;s dog from her vehicle. It was later discovered that her dog was picked up by a local pet shelter.

Oct. 5

Warrants: At 7 p.m. on the 8000 block of Trout Street in Kings Beach, pursuant to a call of a verbal disturbance, a suspect was contacted and determined to have three warrants totaling $50,000. Subject was arrested without incident.

Oct. 6

Theft: Sometime overnight on Observation Drive in Tahoe City an unknown suspect removed several personal items from a victimand#8217;s unlocked vehicle.

Oct. 7

Warrant: At 8:45 p.m. on Lake Forest Road in Tahoe City a female was arrested on an outstanding Placer County felony warrant.

Oct. 9

Vandalism: At 1:30 a.m. on the 8800 Block on Salmon Avenue in Kings Beach an unknown suspect threw a rock and broke the windshield of victimand#8217;s car.

Theft: Sometime overnight on Whitehall Avenue in Tahoe Vista an unknown suspect removed several personal items out of a victimand#8217;s unlocked vehicle.

Oct. 11

At 6 p.m. at the Martis Lake Parking Area near Highway 267 an unknown suspect stole a victimand#8217;s purse through their car window.


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