North Tahoe crime logs, time period of May 27-June 11
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 27-June 11.
Friday, May 27: and#729;
and#8226; Placer County Sheriffand#8217;s Officers took a report for trespassing at a Dollar Point residence at about 6 p.m. The report indicated an unknown subject entered the residence, slept in the bed, used the toilet without flushing and left food in the fridge without the ownersand#8217; permission.
Saturday, May 28:
and#8226; At 4 p.m. an unknown subject broke a window of a residence in Cedar Flat and entered the premises. An investigation revealed the subject might having been living there for about two months.
Sunday, May 29:
and#8226; An unknown subject broke into several vending machines at a North Shore Ski Resort and removed an unknown amount of change and toys.
Monday, May 30:
and#8226; At about 15 minutes past midnight, an unknown subject hit the reporting party in the head with a hammer in downtown Tahoe City. The victim refused to yield any more information.
and#8226; In Tahoe Vista, an unknown subject removed several personal items from an unlocked vehicle. The incident occurred at 10:30 a.m.
and#8226; In Tahoe City, an unknown subject broke the window of an idle vehicle and removed the victimand#8217;s iPod. The incident was reported at 11 a.m.
and#8226; At 7 p.m., a physical fight broke out pursuant to a verbal confrontation in downtown Tahoe City. One individual was treated by paramedics for injuries as a result of the fight. No arrests were reported.
Tuesday, May 31:
and#8226; A subject was arrested for an outstanding Placer County warrant in Kings Beach at 2:45 p.m.
Wednesday, June 1:
and#8226; In Homewood, an unknown subject stole a swim platform from the reporting partyand#8217;s boat.
and#8226; An unknown subject opened an account with a satellite television purveyor in a Homewood residentand#8217;s name, making more than $700 in charges to the account.
Thursday, June 2:
and#8226; A Placer County resident violated the terms of probation by leaving the state of California to attend a party in Reno. The Washoe County Sheriffand#8217;s Office filed the report around 10 a.m.
Friday, June 3:
and#8226; An unknown suspect removed a $7,000 pair of diamond earrings from a hotel room at a North Shore ski resort.
Saturday, June 4:
and#8226; Sometime overnight, an unknown subject shot the reporting partyand#8217;s vehicle three times with a BB gun.
and#8226; A subject stole two bags of dog food from his Tahoe City employer and was subsequently fired.
and#8226; At 2:45 p.m., a search and rescue operation was initiated after receiving a report of an injured skier in the backcountry near Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. The skier was successfully extracted and received medical attention for a broken neck.
and#8226; At 9:30 p.m., a report was taken regarding the theft of a kayak from a residence. The subject was not known.
Monday, June 6:
and#8226; A female was taken into custody for public intoxication in downtown Tahoe City. The incident occurred at 2 a.m.
and#8226; At 1 p.m., a report was taken pursuant to vandalism on the West Shore. A female subject ran over another femaleand#8217;s bicycle after entering into a verbal altercation. The suspect promised to replace the damaged bicycle.
Tuesday, June 7:
and#8226; At noon, an unknown subject removed knives and personal items from a locked vehicle in the parking lot. No forced entry was detected.
and#8226; At 7 p.m., an unknown subject removed several items from a Tahoe City grocery store without paying. The subject was confronted in the parking lot, handed over the stolen items and then fled the scene.
and#8226; At 8:45 p.m., officers received a noise complaint from a resident on Salmon Avenue. The reporting party characterized the incident as an ongoing problem.
Thursday, June 9:
and#8226; A subject was arrested for violation of parole at 11 a.m. in Tahoe City.
and#8226; A subject was caught shoplifting by a Tahoe City store employee. The subject fled prior to PCSO arrival.
Friday, June 10:
and#8226; A unknown suspect pried open a locked door at a North Shore ski resort. It is unknown if any property was removed.
Saturday, June 11:
and#8226; An unknown suspect stole landscaping equipment from an unlocked vehicle.
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