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Jeff Munson, Tribune city editor

A 21-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman who reportedly flashed patrons at Altitude nightclub at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe was arrested after she refused to leave.

The woman was asked repeatedly to leave by security guards, according to a Douglas County deputies. She was escorted out of the club at about 3:30 a.m., and made threats against one security guard. As security guards arrested her, she swung her arms in a struggle, deputies said.

The woman was taken to jail and booked on trespassing charges.

In other news:

— A 29-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman and an 18-year-old man were arrested on March 6 after a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy pulled over a vehicle the woman was driving because it appeared the plate was invalid.

The woman, who had a valid temporary license plate but no insurance, was asked by the deputy if she or her passenger were on parole or probation. According to the report, the man said he was on probation on a weapons violation in El Dorado County.

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The two submitted to a search of the vehicle, in which the deputy found methamphetamine, a small amount of marijuana, two glass pipes in the woman’s purse, a cup of beer and two bottles of brandy.

The woman reportedly told the deputy the marijuana and alcohol was hers. The man told the deputy it was his methamphetamine.

The two submitted to urine tests, with the woman reportedly testing positive for marijuana and methamphetamine and the man reportedly testing positive for methamphetamine.

The subjects were not charged with possession of drugs, because the officer could not determine who was in possession of the drugs. However, because both tested positive for drugs, the officers requested warrants of arrests and summons to the the district attorney’s office, with charges of unlawful use of a controlled substance. The woman was also cited for driving without insurance.

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