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Las Vegas fugitive could be in Incline

William Ferchland and Susan Wood, Tahoe Daily Tribune

The Las Vegas division of the FBI seeks the public’s help in locating a fugitive known to have frequented Incline Village.

Leonard Weston Ramey Jr., 46, is wanted in Clackamas County, Ore., for racketeering, money laundering, security fraud and aggravated theft.

Ramey apparently approaches victims with claims of wealth from growing securities investments and persuades interested people to turn over thousands of dollars to him for the same reason.



The 56-year-old man is also known as Ken Dwight, Kenneth Walden, Eric Radclif, Ron Radcliff, Hafoc Yates, Ronald Hollisen and Ron Henderson.

Ramey is identified as a white male, with gray hair, weighing 190 pounds and almost 6 feet tall.




The FBI urges anyone with information on Ramey to contact the Carson City Resident Agency of the FBI at (775) 882-1248 between 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. or on a 24-hour line at (702) 385-1281.

In other news:

n A fire at the Tahoe Verde trailer park Sunday at 12:12 a.m. caused an estimated $10,000 in damage when snow that was shoveled off the roof of a trailer broke a pipe attached to the gas meter. The fire ruined the bathroom, South Lake Tahoe firefighters reported. Battalion Chief Scott Douglass urged residents to be careful about where the snow shoveled from decks and roofs lands.

n A 40-year-old South Lake Tahoe woman reported her $300 Honda snowblower taken from her driveway sometime between 4:30 and 6 p.m. on Dec. 13, an El Dorado County sheriff’s deputy said.

The machine was sitting in front of her residence on Cattleman’s Trail.

— William Ferchland and Susan Wood


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