Crime log — Man arrested for indecent exposure
Jeffrey Leyson, 46, was placed into custody on indecent exposure charges after he allegedly exposed himself to a 36-year-old woman at the Sky Lake Motel on Tuesday afternoon, a South Lake Tahoe police officer said.
After the reported incident, Leyson went to the Burger King on Lake Tahoe Boulevard, caused a disturbance and then went to a room at the Value Inn, the officer said.
In other news:
A vehicle mix-up occurred when a 72-year-old woman from San Francisco took the wrong car from valet at Tahoe Seasons Resort and drove it to Horizon Casino Resort on Sunday, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy said.
When the woman gave her valet ticket to Horizon staff, she realized she had the wrong car and filled out a stolen vehicle waiver, the deputy said.
Only after authorities found an Alamo Rental Car Company slip in the champagne-colored Dodge Intrepid did they return the car to another guest at Tahoe Seasons and find the woman’s Chrysler Concord, the deputy said.
Prescription sunglasses, a fleece vest and owner’s manual were reported stolen from a 2002 Saturn sedan parked at Bill’s Lake Tahoe Casino on Oct. 17, Douglas County sheriff’s deputy said.
The 60-year-old owner left the driver’s side window partially rolled down to let her small dog breathe, the deputy said.
Douglas authorities believe the burglary was related to minor vehicle break-ins at Caesars Tahoe the same day.
A South Lake Tahoe police officer noticed a car that didn’t advance with a green light. When the light switched to yellow, the driver took off speeding, an officer said.
A subsequent stop of the rented 2003 Chevy Blazer on Highway 50 toward Meyers found the 27-year-old San Diego woman driver under the influence, an officer said.
The woman said she was headed to Reno. She was placed into custody on drunken driving charges, police said.
A 38-year-old Stateline man was arrested on drunken driving charges Monday afternoon when he was clocked going 43 mph in a 25 mph zone on Manzanita, a South Lake Tahoe police officer said.
A $100 front window was mysteriously broken at a residence on the 1000 block of Glenwood Way on Wednesday at 1 a.m., a South Lake Tahoe police officer said.
The resident looked outside and saw about five subjects fighting, an officer said.
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