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Labrador puppy reported stolen

William Ferchland

A 5-month-old purebred yellow Labrador puppy named Gonzo was reported stolen from Shoreline Ski & Sports, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy reported.

The puppy was sitting at his typical place at the entrance of the store on Kingsbury Grade while its owner, a 25-year-old employee, was tending to other matters in the rear of the store. A different employee last saw Gonzo being held by a Caucasian woman in her 20s or 30s with brown hair and about 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighing about 180 pounds.

The other employee was then distracted by a customer. The puppy was discovered missing and surrounding businesses and wooded areas were searched, the deputy stated. The owner said it was uncharacteristic of Gonzo to wander off, and the puppy would come bounding when his name was called, the deputy reported.

Gonzo is described as being 30 pounds, about 1 1/2 feet tall. He had a red collar with bones on it and tags with his name and the owner’s name.

In other news:

• Two teenagers from Lodi who were evacuated from the Angora fire while camping at Camp Richardson reported their car was broken into while staying at Horizon Casino Resort, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy reported.

The car was parked at the casino’s parking garage. Inside, clothing and camping gear were stolen, the deputy stated.

• Two men were arrested after being stopped by authorities, who discovered methamphetamine and various drug paraphernalia in the gold-colored Acura, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy reported.

Stopped for going 55 mph in a 45-mph zone, the men appeared nervous and the driver did not have a driver’s license or proof of insurance, the deputy reported.

A consented search of the car found a cache of plastic baggies, a scale and a cut pen tube possibly used for smoking, the deputy reported.

Found on the 20-year-old passenger were two pocket knives and a small black scale that had traces of white residue, the deputy reported. The passenger told the authorities he found the scale at a gas station, the deputy stated.

While being booked at Douglas County Jail following their June 17 arrest, a bag with less than a gram of suspected methamphetamine and $455 were found in the pockets of the 20-year-old driver, the deputy reported.

• A generator worth $2,000 was reported stolen from MontBleu. The generator was used for a Stateline street fair last month to celebrate summer, a Douglas County sheriff’s deputy reported.

The generator, a rental from United Rentals in Carson City, was sitting with three other generators waiting to get picked up by its owners. The theft was reported June 21.


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