No signs of ex-con or abducted teen
March 11, 2003
No new information has come to light in the case of a missing 14-year-old Michigan girl who was believed to be spotted by an attendant at the Beacon Gas Station last week.
“We have been actively looking since the report on Wednesday,” said South Lake Tahoe police Sgt. Alex Schumacher. “We haven’t had any other in-town sightings.”
Lindsey Ryan, 14, and convicted murderer Terry Drake, were said to be driving east out of town after leaving the gas station, according to the FBI. The pair is in a 1995 white Dodge Dakota extended cab with Indiana license plate No. 406211A.
If you have any information, contact the FBI at (530) 542-4140.
In other news:
n A 28-year-old transient was arrested Monday on a public intoxication charge, a police officer said.
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Officers arrived at 2:55 a.m. at an Emerald Bay Road address where the man, holding a bottle of tequila, was reportedly causing a disturbance. Officers arrested the man after they asked for his wallet and he repeatedly showed it to them and then pulled it away. When an officer finally confiscated the wallet, the man allegedly challenged the officer to a fight.
n Officers responded to Cascade Court at 11:37 p.m. Sunday after a caller reported that very “bad karaoke” was coming from a home. Officers told the small group to quiet down.
n Officers responded to a domestic disturbance call on D Street Sunday. A man reported that his girlfriend and he got into a fight and that she destroyed his car stereo. Officers contacted the woman at a friend’s house who told police that she had been the victim of domestic violence two days before. A friend of the woman reported at 6:36 p.m. that the woman had become despondent and suggested suicide. The woman was found later unharmed and gave a statement to officers denying that she wanted to hurt herself.