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Crime log: Teens injured in Jet Ski accident

William Ferchland, Tahoe Daily Tribune

Two teenagers from Petaluma were taken to Barton Memorial Hospital after their rented Jet Skis collided near Ski Run Marina.

Bobby Weiss, 17, received a cut to the back of his head when Ryan Koehne, 16, attempted to jump Weiss’s wake but instead hit the back of the Jet Ski, South Lake Tahoe police officers said.

Both teenagers were released from the hospital.



In other news:

— A fire broke out in the laundry room at the Washoe Motel in the 700 block of Emerald Bay Road.



Two engines reported to the fire at 11:25 p.m. last week, Capt. Steve Taylor said. The cause is still under investigation but officials said fabric ignited.

— Someone complained about loud roosters Monday afternoon in the 700 block of Los Angeles Avenue, South Lake Tahoe police said.

The roosters reportedly start with their crowing at 4 a.m. and continue for 12 hours.

— A red and white $500 Schwinn Mesa Mountain Bike with 27-speeds was stolen by an unknown suspect while the owner went into the store for five minutes to get some milk, the South Lake Tahoe police officers said.

— An 81-year-old woman crashed into a garage on the 900 block of Tahoe Island Drive when she reached down to adjust a carton of soup she picked up from Carrows Restaurant, South Lake Tahoe police said. The woman was not hurt and there was no estimated cost of damage.

— Elizabeth Kennedy, 38, from Salt Lake City briefly moved away from a slot machine near the California Bar at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe when she noticed her wallet missing from her purse on Saturday at 1:50 a.m., Douglas County sheriff’s deputies said. Someone found the wallet sitting on the bar, but Kennedy told deputies $800 was missing from it.


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