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Tuesday, March 20

6:10 p.m., 200 block of South Benjamin Drive, Stateline – domestic battery. Douglas County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of domestic violence at Tramway Liquors. There they contacted the victim, an 18-year-old female. She claimed that she and the suspect, Jordan Algoet, 19, of Stateline, had returned to their home after a trip to Los Angeles when they began to argue. The victim told police that the suspect backhanded her, and then attempted to hold her down. The victim was able to escape. She ran outside and a passing motorist gave her a ride to Tramway Liquors. The victim showed markings consistent with being struck with a backhand. Deputies went to the residence where the battery allegedly occurred and took Algoet into custody.

Wednesday, March 21

12:45 a.m., Harveys Resort Casino, Stateline – possession of marijuana, minor gaming, disorderly conduct. Harveys security officers were checking identification on the casino floor when they contacted Sean Broyles, 19, of South Lake Tahoe. Broyles informed security that he was 20 years old and fled. Security caught and detained Broyles. As officers were taking the suspect to the security office he was yelling profanities. Once in the security office, officers found a pipe with some marijuana in the suspect’s back pocket. Douglas County deputies responded and transported Broyles to the Tahoe Township Jail where they found the suspect was wanted for an outstanding warrant. Broyles’ bail was set at $8,320.

Saturday, March 24

3:15 a.m., Caesar’s Tahoe, Stateline – robbery. Jeremy Woodfords, 21, of South Lake Tahoe allegedly took the jackets and purses of two victims as they were dancing at Club Nero. When the two victims confronted Woodfords he claimed the items were his. After an argument the two victims recovered their things but some items were missing including a credit card and $100 in cash. The victims informed security who detained Woodfords until deputies responded and took Woodfords into custody. Deputies were unable to recover the missing items.

Sunday, March 25

2:45 p.m., Lakeside Inn & Casino, Stateline – battery. Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of battery at the Lakeside. Upon arrival they contacted the victim, a 23-year-old female employee of the Lakeside. Deputies noticed that her wrist was red and very swollen. The suspect, Alejandro Plascencia, 24 of San Jose, allegedly came to the Lakeside at 9:30 a.m. and contacted the victim who was his ex-wife and the mother of their child. The victim told Plascencia that she did not wish to speak to him. The victim’s supervisors told Plascencia to leave. Plascencia complied, yelling insults as he left. At 2:30 Plascencia cornered the victim in the room and grabbed her arm. When she could not free herself, she shouted for help, at which time, Plascencia fled. He was detained by Lakeside security officers until sheriff’s deputies arrived and arrested him.

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