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South Lake Tahoe man arrested after reportedly shooting at a former co-worker

South Lake Tahoe police arrested a suspect Wednesday afternoon after he allegedly shot at, but did not injure, a former co-worker near Highway 50. Angelo Fitzgerald Anderson, 22, was arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and shooting into an inhabited vehicle, police said. He was booked into the El Dorado County Jail in South Lake Tahoe with a $100,000 bail. More charges may be pending as the investigation continues, police said. Police responded to a report of multiple shots fired at a moving vehicle Wednesday at 4:42 p.m. near Fawn Way in South Lake Tahoe. Police learned that the victim, a 57-year-old resident of South Lake Tahoe, had been visiting a friend's residence and, when he was leaving, Anderson saw him and approached him as the victim was getting into his pickup. Anderson reportedly began making inflammatory remarks toward the victim, who is a former-coworker. The two have an "acrimonious relationship," police stated in a press release. The victim closed his driver's door to avoid a conflict and, as he began to drive away, Anderson reportedly raised a handgun and fired about three rounds at the victim's truck. Anderson then went back into his motel room, where he was later taken into custody by an El Dorado County Sheriff's deputy. Police recovered the firearm Anderson used, and they also discovered a bullet hole in the victim's truck. Police searched for other possible victims on Fawn Way, but did not locate any. Anderson remained in custody Thursday, according to jail records. Witnesses are asked to contact Detective Jeff Roberson at 530-542-6100; case number 1402-1299. Anonymous tips may be left at the Secret Witness phone number, 530-541-6800.

Craigslist transaction ends in robbery, drug charges

Three people were arrested after a reported Craiglist transaction went awry during the weekend. On Saturday the Roseville Police Department was called to the scene of a reported strong-arm robbery where the victim reported that he was beaten and robbed by three suspects. During the assault, the suspects allegedly stole $30,000 in cash. The victim reported he was purchasing a vehicle from a Craigslist ad when the robbery occurred. During the course of the investigation, the Roseville Police Department received information that the suspects were in the South Lake Tahoe area. On Sunday, the South Lake Tahoe Police Department (SLTPD) did a follow-up investigation and identified three suspects allegedly involved in the robbery. With cooperation from the Roseville Police Department and Douglas County Sheriff's Department SLTPD officers were able to identify all three suspects. One of the suspects, Jeremy Wood, was employed as a security guard at Lakeside Casino and was arrested without incident. Further investigation led another SLTPD officer to locate the vehicle identified in the robbery, driving toward the casinos on Lake Tahoe Boulevard. A traffic stop was performed on the vehicle, where another suspect, Dylan Sapsford, was arrested. The third suspect, Eric Anderson, was arrested as a result of a search warrant on his residence. In addition to the robbery charges Anderson was also charged with cultivation of marijuana. A substantial amount of cash was also recovered.

Bail set at $500K for suspect who reportedly shot at a co-worker

A man arrested Feb. 19 for allegedly firing a handgun at a former co-worker in South Lake Tahoe remains in custody this weekend on $500,000 bail. Judge Suzanne Kingsbury increased Angelo Fitzgerald Anderson's bail from $250,000 during a bail review hearing Friday in El Dorado County Superior Court. She also said that if bail is posted, a hearing should be held to examine its source since Anderson is not employed. At Friday's hearing, Anderson's public defender asked for more time to build a case that his bail should be reduced. "We obviously think bail needs to go up," countered Deputy District Attorney Dale Gomes. Anderson, 22, was arrested on preliminary charges of assault with a deadly weapon and shooting into an inhabited vehicle after police responded to a report of multiple shots fired at a moving vehicle. He has since been formally charged with attempted murder, assault with a firearm and shooting at an occupied motor vehicle. Anderson reportedly approached and started making inflammatory remarks toward a 57-year-old man he used to work with when the two encountered each other near Fawn Way. The man had been visiting a friend and when he was leaving was spotted by Anderson. The two had an "acrimonious relationship," according to police. The man closed the driver's door of his truck to avoid a conflict and began to drive away. Anderson then allegedly raised a handgun and fired several times at the truck, according to police reports. Police recovered the handgun and discovered one bullet hole in the truck. The victim was not injured. Anderson's next court date is March 10. He faces a preliminary hearing March 24.

South Tahoe Snowboad Series results

USASA South Tahoe Snowboard Series Season Opener at Kirkwood on Jan. 4. Giant Slalom (top 3) Open Class Women: 1, Amy Sage, Mammoth, 87.57; 2, Vanessa Lowe, South Lake Tahoe,148.92 Open Class Men: 1, Ari Giovenco, South Lake Tahoe, 73.24; 2, Peter Butcher, San Diego, 94.23; 3, Agustin Murguia, Mammoth, 109.62 Ruggie Girls (7 and under): 1, Julia Mason , Zephyr Cove, 191.26 Ruggie Boys (7 and under): 1, Nicholas Larsen, San bruno, 366.83 Grommet Girls (8 & 9): 1, Natasha Sagucka, South Lake Tahoe, 134.7 Grommet Boys (8-9): 1, Sammy Mason, Zephyr Cove, 95.92; 2, Mika Hight, Zephyr Cove, 99.53 Novice: 1, Jordan Laub, Glenbrook, 100.45; 2, Geoffrey Smith, Placerville, 115.12 Menehune Boys (10-11): 1, Harrison Kramer, South Lake Tahoe, 102.79; 2, Tanner Hart, South Lake Tahoe, 109.15; 3, Cody Horan, Placerville, 161.38 Breaker Girls (12-13): 1, Jamie Anderson, South Lake Tahoe, 92.61 Breaker Boys (12-13): 1, Roger Carver, Placerville, 79.52; 2, Micholas Poohachaoff, South Lake Tahoe, 81.65; 3, David Kapinos, Rohnert Park, 101.55 Youth Women (14-15): 1, Stacie Anderson, South Lake Tahoe, 88.41; 2, Elan Whitney, South Lake Tahoe, 92.86; 3, Colleen Sheehan, South Lake Tahoe, 99.57 Youth Men (14-15): 1, Ryan Bosson, South Lake Tahoe, 81.75; 2, Kevin Cain, Gardnerville, 81.97; 3, Ben Goldenberg, 82.52; Junior Women (16-17): 1, Joanie Anderson, South Lake Tahoe, 86.1; 2, Nicole Ricioli, South Lake Tahoe, 96.39; 3, Jacqueline Smith, Pollock Pines, 98.8 Junior Men (16-17): 1, Jesse Hall, Mt. Shasta, 81.99; 2, Jeff Kaczmar, South Lake Tahoe, 83.06; 3, Nickolay Dodov, Bear Valley, 85.52; Women Jams (18-22): 1, Tess Weathers, Mt. Shasta, 103.15; 2, Lena Jordan, Rescue, 113.4; 3, Christina Vu, El Dorado Hills, 131.77; Men Jams (18-22): 1, Jeremiah Ray, Jackson, 98.76 Senior Women (23-29): 1, Andrea Fotrova, Czech Republic, 118.51; 2, Karin Tuxen, Albany, 121.07 Senior Men (23-29): 1, Lee A. Breshears, Reno, 86.96 Master Women (30-39): 1, Nancy Ng, South Lake Tahoe, 108.89 Master Men (30-39): 1, Adam Neil, Zephyr Cove, 80.15; 2, Risley Sams, San Francisco, 82.64; 3, Benjamin Boussina, Greenbrae, 94.17 Legend Women (40-49): 1, Donna Vano, South Lake Tahoe, 104.81; 2, Zippy Neil, Zephyr Cove, 171.81 Legend Men (40-19): 1, Gordon Moncibais, Benicia, 133.68; 2, Tom Collins, Truckee, 155.01 Kahuna Men (50-59): 1, Len Winkler, Placerville, 112.47; 2, Herbert “Dick” Schulze, Palo Alto, 129.33 SLALOM Jan. 5 At Kirkwood Ski Resort Women Open Class 1. Joanie Anderson, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 81.12 seconds; 2. Vanessa Lowe, South Lake, 113.9. Jam’s (18-22) 1. Tess Weathers, Mount Shasta, Calif., 101.0; 2. Lena Jordan, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 112.75. Senior (23-29) 1. Karin Tuxen, Albany, Calif., 124.31. Master (30-39) 1. Nancy Ng, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 105.11; 2. Carol Anne Giustina, South Lake Tahoe, 133.71. Legend (40-49) 1. Donna Vano, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 105.77; 2. Zippy Neil, Zephyr Cove, 183.65. Girls Ruggie (7 and under) 1. Julia Mason, Heavenly, 170.65. Grommet (8-9) 1. Natasha Sagucks, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 139.88. Breaker (12-13) 1. Jamie Anderson, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 96.06. Youth (14-15) 1. Elan Whitney, South Lake Tahoe, 88.44; 2. Stacie Anderson, Sierra-at-tahoe, 88.85; 3. Colleen Sheehan, Heavenly, 89.32. Junior (16-17) 1. Katie Sheehan, Heavenly, 98.32; 2. Jacqueline Smith, Pollock Pines, Calif., 98.64; 3. Melissa Anino, Heavenly, 126.24. Note: Nicole Ricioli, Sierra, total time not listed Men Open Class 1. Ario Giovenco, Heavenly Snowboard Foundation, 71.31; 2. Agustin Murgula, Mammoth Lakes, 89.11. Jam’s (18-22) 1. Justin Alcantara, Zephyr Cove, 93.47; 2. Tyler Summers, Yreka, Calif., 100.93; 3. Jeremiah Ray, Jackson, Calif., 122.16. Master (30-39) 1. Adam Neil, Zephyr Cove, 82.05; 2. Risley Sams, San Francisco, 85.52; 3. Mick Connolly, Twaine Harte, Calif., 100.94. Legend (40-49) 1. Tom Goldenberg, South Lake Tahoe, 132.29. Kahuna (50-59) 1. Herbert Schulze, Palo Alto, Calif., 168.74. Boys Grommet (8-9) 1. Sammy Mason, Heavenly, 93.13; 2. Mika Hight, Heavenly, 98.19; 3. Jordan Laub, Heavenly, 106.53; 4. Geoffrey Smith, Placerville, 160.37. Menehune (10-11) 1. Tanner Hart, Heavenly, 97.37; 2. Harrison Kramer, South Lake Tahoe, 98.22. Breaker (12-13) 1. Roger Carver, Heavenly, 73.77; 2. Nicholas Poohachoff, Heavenly, 79.89; 3. Aaron Orlick, Carson City, 89.91; 4. Chad Cooney, South Lake Tahoe, 99.67; 5. Jack Lyle, South Lake Tahoe, 106.75; 6. Chase Hart, Heavenly, 107.25. Youth (14-15) 1. Greg Dupree, Heavenly, 74.46; 2. Ryan Bosson, Heavenly, 75.01; 3. Ben Goldenberg, Heavenly, 75.99; 4. Abe Greenspan, Heavenly, 78.62; 5. Brian Galea, Heavenly, 80.04; 6. Kevin Cain, Heavenly, 84.05; 7. Casey Weathers, Mount Shasta, 89.65; 8. Aaron Laub, Heavenly, 101.37; 9. John Retta, Martinez, Calif., 103.97; 10. Russell Kaczmar, South Lake Tahoe, 113.33; 11. Cory Mitchelson, Sierra, 130.61. Junior (16-17) 1. Jesse Hall, Mount Shasta, Calif., 74.98; 2. Nickolay Dodov, Sierra-at-Tahoe, 93.06; 4. Jeff Kaczmar, Heavenly, 121.99.

South Shore rape could have kept Garrido in prison, DA says

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Law enforcement officials missed an opportunity to keep Jaycee Lee Dugard captor Phillip Garrido in prison following the 1976 rape of a woman in South Lake Tahoe, according to information from the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office. Prosecutors filed charges against Phillip Garrido for the June 7, 1976 rape and kidnap of a 19-year-old woman near the intersection of Lake Tahoe Boulevard and Pioneer Trail, said Vern Pierson, El Dorado County District Attorney, on Wednesday. The charges were dropped with the expectation that Garrido would spend the rest of his life in prison for the rape and kidnap of Katherine Callaway, Pierson said. Garrido would only serve 11 years in prison for the Callaway assault, which began about 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 1976 when Garrido talked the 25-year-old into giving him a ride in the Harrison Avenue area. “Thereafter he kidnapped her and took her to a storage shed in Reno, Nevada where he sexually assaulted her,” according to a February 2010 court filing. “This crime is interrupted by a Reno Police Officer – whom Defendant Phillip Garrido almost talks into leaving by claiming that his ‘girlfriend’ was doing drugs and just freaking out.” The assault on Callaway may also never have happened if Garrido was not able to talk another woman into giving him back his handcuffs during a similar attack about an hour before, according to the filing. About 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 1976, Garrido talked another 25-year-old woman into giving him a ride from the former Crescent V shopping center near Stateline. “Thereafter, he attempted to kidnap her by putting a handcuff on one wrist,” according to the filing. “Luckily for her, she jumped out of the car and honked the horn – but, the Defendant was still able to talk her into giving him back his handcuffs. He apparently needed these handcuffs back in order to handcuff, kidnap, and rape his next victim an hour later.” The attempted rape victim called police, but was unable to provide enough detail for police to identify Garrido as a suspect, Pierson said. Garrido became a suspect in the incidents after one victim identified him from a photo lineup developed after Garrido’s arrest in the Callaway case, Pierson said. El Dorado County Superior Court clerks in South Lake Tahoe were unable to locate a case number or file for the charges against Garrido stemming from the June 1976 rape. El Dorado County District Attorney executive secretary Nancy Anderson did not immediately respond to a request Thursday for more information about the file’s whereabouts. South Lake Tahoe police could also not immediately locate a report on the 35-year-old crimes. Garrido pleaded guilty last month to the June 1991 kidnap, rape and nearly two decade captivity of South Shore 11-year-old Jaycee Lee Dugard. He has been sentenced to 431 years to life in prison. His wife, Nancy Garrido, has been sentenced to 36 years to life after also pleading guilty to the kidnapping and rape of Dugard. Pierson decline to comment on whether he thought Garrido’s history of rape and kidnapping at the South Shore should have made him a suspect in the Dugard abduction. Garrido was arrested in connection with the Dugard disappearance after two University of California, Berkeley police officers grew suspicious of Garrido’s presence with two young girls, who were later found to be Dugard’s children. A map showing the location of Garrido’s additional South Shore victims was a part of information released by the District Attorney’s Office Tuesday. The information includes videos of parole searches of Garrido’s home, video tapes he made of children in public places and various documents related to his convictions and parole. All of the information released Tuesday will be discussed at an Aug. 3 public meeting in Sacramento with Pierson, California Sen. Ted Gaines, various law enforcement leaders and victims’ rights organizations “as they seek to explore deficiencies in state law and identify potential legislative solutions to prevent these kinds of tragedies from ever occurring again,” according to a Tuesday statement from the District Attorney’s Office.

Judge upholds charges against Anderson

At a preliminary hearing Thursday, an El Dorado Superior Court judge upheld a criminal complaint for Angelo Fitzgerald Anderson to face felony charges of attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and shooting at an occupied vehicle. South Lake Tahoe Police arrested Anderson, 22, on Feb. 19. He remains in custody on $500,000 bail. Anderson allegedly fired a 9 millimeter pistol three times at former coworker Dennis McQuitty's pickup truck as McQuitty was driving away from the A & A Lake Tahoe Inn where Anderson was living and the two men encountered each other. One of the bullets hit McQuitty's truck. It passed through the tailgate and bed and dented the cab, according to police statements at the daylong court hearing. "Counts two and three, I think that's a given," Judge Kenneth Melikian said about probable cause for Anderson to face charges of assault with a firearm and shooting at an occupied vehicle. Melikian also found probable cause for Anderson to answer to the attempted murder charge. That was approved over objection of Anderson's public defender, Bridget Matos. Matos argued Anderson intended only to shoot out the truck's tires with no intent to kill or harm McQuitty. She further argued Anderson had cause to fear McQuitty. Prosecutors argued Anderson left his apartment to confront McQuitty, returned inside to get his pistol, then came back out and fired at McQuitty as he was driving out of the parking lot and down Fawn Way and as much as 50 yards away. "You don't aim a gun and fire without intent. But for the grace of god, a bullet didn't pierce the cab and kill Dennis McQuitty," Deputy District Attorney Jamie Verwayen said. Police said they found the unloaded 9 millimeter pistol in a backpack worn by Anderson's girlfriend, Leslie Monroy. She has not been charged in connection with the incident. After Anderson was detained because he matched a witness description, Anderson told police where to find the loaded magazine, which he hid in a mayonnaise jar in his refrigerator. Anderson and Monroy are from Los Angeles. They moved to South Lake Tahoe to work for a cleaning company that services several area casinos and also provided their housing at the A & A Lake Tahoe Inn. The couple worked with McQuitty for several days. According to court testimony, McQuitty told his job supervisors that Anderson and his girlfriend were drinking at work, after which they were fired. McQuitty, who also was fired by the company, told Judge Melikian he was at the hotel to visit a friend who lived there. He parked his truck in front of Anderson's apartment. Testimony differed about the actual exchange between McQuitty and Anderson. Monroy testified the two men yelled at each other and exchanged expletives after Anderson asked McQuitty why he lied and got the couple fired. McQuitty testified he only told Anderson, "You made your bed, now lay in it," before getting in his truck and leaving. Anderson's next court date is April 21, when he will be arraigned and trial dates will be set.

Two arrested for reportedly selling pot to students

Two South Lake Tahoe residents were arrested Monday after police discovered marijuana was being sold to South Tahoe High School and South Tahoe Middle School students. William Anderson, 30, and his fiancée, Makayal Hoehn, 25, were reportedly arrested following an investigation prompted by a school resource officer who learned that adults were selling marijuana to students, according to a Tuesday press release from South Lake Tahoe Police Department. The resource officer passed information to patrol officers about 8:30 a.m. Monday, and officers conducted an investigation in which they learned children were buying marijuana from someone named "Will." The investigation led police to Anderson and they served a search warrant at his home on Marjorie Street, where they found marijuana, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, the release stated. Anderson reportedly admitted to selling marijuana to students and Hoehn allegedly admitted knowledge of Anderson's marijuana sales from their residence. The couple's two small children were removed from the residence and turned over to the custody of Child Protective Services due to unsafe living conditions in the residence, police said. Anderson was arrested and charged with selling marijuana to minors, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a drug house and child endangerment. Hoehn was arrested and charged with maintaining a drug house and child endangerment. Any information about to this case can be submitted to School Resource Officer Aaron Crawford or investigating Officers Jake Herminghaus and Officer Travis Cabral at the South Lake Tahoe Police Department. Police encourage parents to communicate with their children about these dangerous issues.

Murder suspect portrayed as vicious in treatment of his women, children

Ulysses Roberson placed a handgun at the stomach of the main woman in his polygamist circle to calm her after stating he killed his 4-year-old son, a South Lake Tahoe police officer testified Thursday. Roberson, 54, could face the death penalty for the alleged 1985 murder of his son in a Tahoe Keys home despite the prosecution not finding the body. The two-day preliminary hearing at El Dorado County Superior Court in South Lake Tahoe wrapped up Thursday. A judge will determine if enough evidence exists to send the case to trial. Lt. Martin Hewlett, the lead detective on the case since 1996, testified Roberson threatened his primary woman, Raj Roberson, to keep quiet after she learned of Alexander Olive’s death. “I’ll blow you and everyone else away,” Hewlett said, relaying the threat Roberson gave Raj. Later, Raj spotted Roberson kneeling in front of an upstairs bathtub that held Alexander, authorities said. “She stated (Alexander) was floating in the bathtub dead and she was in shock and Ulysses kept yelling at her to get the (expletive) out,” said Vicki Anderson, special agent for the FBI. Roberson then packaged Alexander’s body in a box, rustled all but one child out of bed and filed them into a van, Hewlett said. Raj, who was pregnant at the time, was ordered by Roberson not to look where they drove. She reclined her passenger chair. The van made four stops before returning to the group’s house along the 2100 block of Monterey Drive in the Tahoe Keys, Hewlett said. Alexander was never seen again. Ken Bonham, deputy public defender, picked on testimony that Alexander was standing and his legs were moving after being beaten, possibly fatally, with a piece of wood in the house’s garage. He also questioned when the case turned into a homicide investigation. The hearing acknowledged Proposition 115, which allows law enforcement to testify on their interviews with victims so victims won’t have to face the accuser. It made Bonham’s task to defend his client difficult by not being able to question witnesses directly. Wednesday’s testimony told of the control Roberson exerted over his women and details of the alleged murder involving a naked Alexander, a piece of wood and a cold garage. Thursday’s hearing focused on events after the alleged killing and tales of the torture of his children. The children were taught to distrust law enforcement and white people, authorities said. One child, now an adult, fears swimming after Roberson dunked his head in bath water for extensive periods, according to testimony. Anderson, who works in the Cleveland FBI office, spoke of her recent interviews with three of Roberson’s children. Despite having birth names, Roberson gave them Muslim names. Alexander was called Salaam. One child, Urenauld, whose birth name is Renauld, was beaten in similar fashion by Roberson in the basement of a Washington home, Anderson said. Roberson used a toilet plunger stick to strike Urenauld. After the punishment the child ran away from the house and fell into the hands of child protective services, she said. The children would steal food, which would lead to punishment that included starvation in a dark closet, Anderson said. When they were released, they would often steal food again and the cycle would continue. Urenauld was beaten so badly that every time he had bruises he’d miss school, the agent said. So many classes were missed that fifth-grade was the first school year he completed. Alexander bore the brunt of punishment. Roberson singled him out because of his speech impediment, white skin, small size and habit of wetting himself, authorities said. Most if not all the children were not toilet trained. YewAur, whose real name is Michael, once became sick to his stomach after seeing Alexander’s face covered in blood after a beating, Anderson said. Another time the children were playing a game when Roberson picked Alexander up by the one ankle, called him a little white child and struck him with a belt, Anderson said. Judge Suzanne Kingsbury will make a ruling on whether to continue on July 30 after both sides submit briefs on the special circumstances of the alleged murder including torture and racial bias. – E-mail William Ferchland at wferchland@tahoedailytribune.com.

Garrido victim gave him his handcuffs back, according to filing

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Phillip Garrido used the same pair of handcuffs in an attempted rape and kidnap of a 25-year-old woman about an hour before he successfully kidnapped and raped Katherine Callaway in 1976, according to a February 2010 court filing. The filing is the only information the El Dorado County District Attorney’s Office is currently planning to release about two additional South Shore victims of Phillip Garrido, said Nancy Anderson, executive secretary to District Attorney Vern Pierson. Pierson was not immediately available for comment Wednesday morning. About 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 1976 Garrido talked a 25-year-old Callaway into giving him a ride. “Thereafter he kidnapped her and took her to a storage shed in Reno, Nevada where he sexually assaulted her,” according to the court filing. “This crime is interrupted by a Reno Police Officer – whom Defendant Phillip Garrido almost talks into leaving by claiming that his ‘girlfriend’ was doing drugs and just freaking out.” Garrido would serve 11 years in prison for the assault, but the incident may never have happened if he was not able to talk another woman into giving him back his handcuffs during a similar attack about an hour before Callaway’s kidnapping, according to the filing. About 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, 1976, Garrido talked another 25-year-old woman into giving him a ride. “Thereafter, he attempted to kidnap her by putting a handcuff on one wrist,” according to the filing. “Luckily for her, she jumped out of the car and honked the horn – but, the Defendant was still able to talk her into giving him back his handcuffs. He apparently needed these handcuffs back in order to handcuff, kidnap, and rape his next victim an hour later.” The attempted rape and kidnap happened near the site of the former Crescent V shopping center, while Callaway’s abduction took place in the Harrison Avenue area, according to a map released by the District Attorney’s Office Tuesday. The February court filing also includes two sentences about a June 7, 1976 rape and kidnap by Garrido near the intersection of Lake Tahoe Boulevard and Pioneer Trail near Stateline. The incident fits Garrido’s pattern of sexual assaults in the area at the time. “In June 1976 (South Lake Tahoe, California), Defendant Phillip Garrido talked his 19 year old victim into his car,” according to the filing. “He then handcuffed her, kidnapped her, and raped her.” Garrido pleaded guilty last month to the June 1991 kidnap, rape and captivity of South Shore 11-year-old Jaycee Lee Dugard. He has been sentenced to 431 years to life in prison. His wife, Nancy Garrido, has been sentenced to 36 years to life after also pleading guilty to the kidnapping and rape of Dugard. The map showing the location of Garrido’s additional South Shore victims was part information released by the District Attorney’s Office Tuesday. The information includes videos of parole searches of Garrido’s home, his activity videotaping children in public and various documents related to his conviction and parole. All of the information will be discussed at an Aug. 3 public meeting in Sacramento with Pierson, California Sen. Ted Gaines, various law enforcement leaders and victims’ rights organizations “as they seek to explore deficiencies in state law and identify potential legislative solutions to prevent these kinds of tragedies from ever occurring again,” according to a Tuesday statement from the District Attorney’s Office.

Man kills self in front of South Lake Tahoe police officers

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – A South Lake Tahoe man shot himself in the head on Saturday night in front of police officers, who were looking for him after he allegedly shot at a neighbor during a dispute, officials said. The suspect in the 9:30 p.m. incident has not been identified. According to police, the shooting occurred in the area of Brockway Avenue near the intersection of Rubicon Trail. South Lake Tahoe Police spokesman Lt. Brian Williams said police received several 911 calls and found the victim in the incident uninjured. The victim told officers he confronted the suspect at the suspect’s doorstep to discuss his vehicle being damaged. The suspect drew a revolver and aimed it at the victim. The victim immediately turned and began to run away. He then heard one shot fired as he made his escape. The victim and witnesses believed the suspect may have fled the immediate area on foot. South Lake Tahoe Police Officers were assisted by El Dorado County Sheriff’s deputies and CHP officers with setting up a perimeter and a K9 track for the suspect. “While officers were establishing this perimeter around the crime scene and searching for the suspect, he ran into the street on Rubicon Trail, in the presence of officers, and shot himself in the head,” Williams said. “The suspect has been confirmed deceased at the scene. Officers conducted a protective sweep through the suspect’s residence to confirm there are no other victims.” The case is being investigated by South Lake Tahoe Police Detectives. Any witnesses or those with pertinent information related to this matter are encouraged to call SLTPD at 530-542-6100 and refer to case number 1301-0592.