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The following incidents were selected from among those reported to area law enforcement and fire protection districts.

Saturday Feb. 2

12 p.m., 300 block of Crest View Drive, Meeks Bay — burglary. Dave Brown was shoveling snow from the driveway of Lawrence Crowely’s cabin when he noticed the front door closed but unlocked, the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department said. Thieves took an Apple Mac Intosh computer, Mitsubishi VCR, and stereo equipment, deputies said.

Sunday Feb. 3

2:20 p.m., Horizon Casino, Stateline — battery. Amelia Moyer and Angela McPherson were sitting in the main bar on the casino floor when Brad Morris, 28, gave a derogatory remark to one of the girls, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department said. After a confrontation where Borris allegedly threw coffee on Moyer’s hair and face, the two exchanged punches, deputies said. Morris was arrested for battery, deputies said.

Monday Feb. 4

1:40 a.m., Harrah’s Resort Casino, Stateline — battery against a peace officer. Michael Castillo, 38, of Modesto, Calif., threw a roll of Harrah’s tokens at the back of a Douglas County Sheriff’s deputy, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department said. Castillo resisted arrest and was treated at the jail for two abrasions to his face occurred during the arrest, deputies said.

Wednesday Feb. 6

9:34 p.m., 1000 block of Margaret Avenue — auto theft. A black 1984 Jeep CJ was stolen from a driveway of a residence, the South Lake Tahoe Police Department said. It was the second time in two years it’s been stolen, police said.

11:36 p.m., 296 Beach Dr., South Lake Tahoe — battery. William Angelmeyr, 27, allegedly fought more than 15 people during different times at a party he was escorted away from, the South Lake Tahoe Police Department said. After a fight with an unknown suspect, Angelmeyr was transported to the hospital and received stitches to his eye and mouth, police said.

Secret Witness offers cash rewards for anonymous tips leading to the arrest and conviction of crime suspects. Anyone with information about crimes reported in California is asked to call (530) 541-6800. In Nevada, call (775) 586-7295.

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