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Crime log: Skis stolen from store

About $2,000 in skis were taken from Heavenly Valley Sports on Quaking Aspen Drive when thieves smashed a window to gain entrance, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy said.

Witnesses who were sledding nearby when the theft occurred saw a tan sports utility vehicle pass by the store twice before leaving the area on Dec. 14 about 2 a.m., the deputy said.

The vehicle returned with a black pickup and the two cars parked across the street from the store. The vehicle occupants crossed the street, broke the glass, returned to the cars and drove closer to the store to grab two pairs of black Rossignol Bandit X skis and a pair of white K2 Axis skis, the deputy said.



In other news:

— Two Sony televisions and a DVD player were taken from a house being remodeled on the 100 block of Tahoe Drive in Skyland on Dec. 18, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy said.




A house key resting on a nail outside the house was missing after the electronics were reported stolen, the deputy said.

— A 45-year-old Chambers, Calif., man reported his 1997 green Chevy truck stolen after he sobered up from his intoxicated state, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy said. The man was drinking on his way up to Tahoe Dec. 18 and let somebody he didn’t know drive his car, the deputy said.

— A 43-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman at Tahoe Mountain Lodge was arrested on battery charges when she allegedly struck her 48-year-old friend in the right shoulder on which she had recently undergone surgery, a South Lake Tahoe police officer said.

The woman was arguing with her friend on why she wasn’t drinking, the officer said.


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