Carson City sheriff's deputies make weekend arrests for DUI, drugs and battery – Carson Now

A 53-year-old man was arrested Saturday for suspicion of DUI second offense and open container, according to a Carson City Sheriff’s Office booking report.
Deputies were called to the 4700 block of Cochise regarding a man sleeping in his vehicle with the engine running. Officers on scene observed the man sleeping in his vehicle with the ignition on and further observed the vehicle was occupying two parking spaces.
A deputy knocked on the window to wake him. The man stepped out of the vehicle where the deputy could smell a strong odor of alcohol coming from his breath and bloodshot eyes.
The deputy asked the man if he had anything to drink. He confirmed he did but didn’t want to say what he had or where he was coming from. Deputies observed two open bottles of vodka in hands reach in the vehicle.
The man refused both the field sobriety tests and breath test. He was arrested for suspicion of DUI and transferred to jail where he agreed to submit an evidentiary blood test. Bail: $2,829.
In other arrests:
— A 39-year-old Virginia City man was arrested for suspicion of misdemeanor defrauding an innkeeper. According to the booking report, the man did not pay his cab fare of $14.57. After posting bail he was arrested again early Monday morning for misuse of dialing 911, a gross misdemeanor offense. He allegedly made calls to 911 from a hotel on Hospitality Way reporting fraud. He called three times and then called and hung up. The man reportedly had done the same thing, 13 hours after being released from jail earlier. Bail: $2,637.
— A 37-year-old Reno man was arrested Sunday for suspicion of misdemeanor DUI and failure to maintain a lane. According to the booking report, a reporting party advised a motorist was driving northbound in Douglas County into Carson City and was failing to maintain a lane.
A CCSO sergeant made a stop on the suspect vehicle after observing the driver of the vehicle failing to maintain the travel lane, crossing over the fog line on I-580 between College Parkway and Arrowhead ramps, the report states.
The witness advised the suspect vehicle was driving slower than the posted speed and failed to maintain the travel lane. The witness advised he followed the vehicle from Minden to Carson City.
The officer observed the driver had red, watery eyes and an odor of alcohol coming from his person. The man admitted to consuming one alcoholic beverage that evening. He submitted to three field sobriety tests and showed signs of impairment. He agreed to a preliminary breath test and provided a PBT sample above .08, the report states. He was arrested. Bail: $1,244.
— A 42-year-old man, Milton Gomez, was arrested Friday for suspicion of possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor disturbing the peace and resisting a public officer.
According to the booking report, deputies were called to a restaurant for a man causing a disturbance and refusing to leave. Officers arrived and located the man on the sidewalk. The man yelled obscenities and took off running southbound on Carson Street. He was given several orders to stop and he refused to listen to orders. Officers were able to take him into custody. At jail deputies located a clear bag in his pocket that contained suspected methamphetamine. Bail: $3,829.
— A 26-year-old Carson City woman, Kaitlyn Lauren Jimmy, was arrested Friday for suspicion of felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, and a misdemeanor contempt of court warrant. Bail: $3,637 and a no-bail hold in lieu of a hearing for the warrant.
— A Carson City man was arrested Friday, 4:33 p.m. for battery following a fight outside a bar on East Telegraph Street. Bail: $1,137.
— A 66-year-old Carson City man was arrested Saturday for suspicion of violation of a temporary protection order for stalking and harassment, a gross misdemeanor offense. Bail: $2,500.
All information for the crime log (unless otherwise noted) comes from the arrest reports supplied by the Carson City Sheriff’s Office, and is considered by law to be public information. All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The policy of Carson Now is to name anyone who is arrested for a felony offense.
Click here to get the latest news sent to
your inbox every day

… or see all stories
Recently we took a trip to Flathead Lake, Montana to visit friends. While there, we experienced an influx of large (almost 3/4-inch) nasty-looking bugs that descended upon us, literally, every afternoon. There were dozens on the deck, the railings, and any other surface available.
As Carson City seniors prepare for Medicare Open Enrollment, many need information about coverage, plans, and options to make the best, informed decision.
On September 27, 2022 at approximately 8:47 p.m., Lyon County Sheriff’s Office Deputies were dispatched to 100 block of King Court in Fernley for a missing person report. The family of Buddy Yoscovitch, 45, reported he had left home on Sept. 23, 2022 and had not returned home.
The Carson City Host Lions Club is pleased to announce the Lions International Peace Poster Contest is now open for local entries.
The public is warmly invited to an open house at the Rural Health and Nutrition Initiative greenhouse at 175 River Road, Dayton, Nev., on Saturday, October 8 from 10am-1pm. The free event kicks off October as Farm-to-School month, an annual celebration of food education.
CARSON CITY — As of Sept. 30, more than 9,400 Nevadans have enrolled for the digital ArrayRx prescription discount card announced by Gov. Steve Sisolak in late September.
On Sunday, October 2, 2022, at approximately 6:00 pm, Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputies were patrolling U.S. Highway 395 in Gardnerville when they conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a silver Mercedes-Benz for a registration violation.
A 53-year-old man was arrested Saturday for suspicion of DUI second offense and open container, according to a Carson City Sheriff’s Office booking report.
The Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team fall prescribed fire program may begin as early as Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2022. Conditions and weather permitting, California State Parks is scheduled to conduct understory burning on approximately 21 acres in Sugar Pine Point State Park on Lake Tahoe’s West Shore.
Celebrating nearly three decades of turning the round, orange members of the squash family into memorable Halloween carving traditions, Seeliger Elementary School in Carson City will host its 28th annual Pumpkin Patch Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022.
The Carson City Park Rangers offer various Ranger-Led programs each month that include educational opportunities, historical fun, and exciting adventures. Programs are offered for free and all you have to do is register online.
UPDATE MONDAY: No explosives were found at the North Sutro Terrace residence and the Douglas County Bomb Squad has been released, said Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong. The road restriction has been lifted.
The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is investigating a situation in the North Sutro Terrace area that began Sunday evening where a juvenile suffered non-life threatening burns to his body, according to Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong.
The American Association of University Women, Capital Branch, will feature an in-person presentation Tuesday by Ian Smith from Braver Angels, a nonprofit organization dedicated to political depolarization. All are welcome.
A good friend drove an hour to have lunch with me in my kitchen. I can’t speak for him, but I’ve been in a good mood since. There are some health-giving qualities about one-on-one conversations that elevate them to the realm of tonics. Think back to how fun it was to talk to a friend as a child with two cans and a string.
Carolynn Chamlee of Silver Springs, a member of Battle Born Stockton Well Grange #29 in Northern Lyon County, has been selected as a participant in this year’s National Grange Communication Fellows Program during the 156th Annual Session of the National Grange in Sparks, Nev. this November.
Throughout October, Carson City’s Michael Hohl Motor Company is collecting pet food donations in hopes of filling a pickup truck with food to support Feeding Pets of the Homeless.
The Bank Saloon proudly hosts The Brother Dan Show every Monday. The local music livestream features interviews and music with local musicians and songwriters. This week the show will feature David Macias, who plays saxophone in The Jason King Band.
Former President Donald Trump is headed back to Nevada for a general election campaign rally next weekend to boost Republican candidates, including U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt and gubernatorial candidate Joe Lombardo.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Early detection is key in the fight against breast cancer, so access to screenings is critically important.
The 2022 Aviation Roundup featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels graced the skies above the Minden-Tahoe Airport Saturday and will return again today, Sunday. Catch the awe-inspiring thrills of some of the world’s top aviation performers as they buzz, soar and perform aerobatic feats above the tarmac.
Here is the Carson City area road report for the week of Oct. 3 through Oct. 9, 2022. Closures are expected at the following locations due to road and utility work:
On Saturday, Oct. 1, the Carson City Wine Walk was taken over by spooky patrons wandering downtown in their funky Halloween costumes.
Gardnerville hosts their Main Street Fall Fest every year at Heritage Park, to offer families to come together to celebrate the beginning of fall.
This year, on Oct. 1 from 9 a.m. till 3 p.m., participants were having a blast walking around with their freshly built scarecrows while listening to the live entertainment, Mo’z Motley Blues, playing in the background.
Capital City Women’s Club at Empire Ranch has two new Championship winners! Congratulations to Vicki Barbaria who won Low Gross Over the Field and Loretta Szymanski who won Low Net Over the Field. Vicki shot a 173 (Gross) and Loretta shot a 135 (Net) over the two day tournament. Great job ladies and to all the ladies who participated!! (Pictured from left to right: Loretta Szymanski, Mary Luster President, and Vicki Barbaria).
Carson City Fire Department and sheriff’s deputies were called late Saturday morning to a single vehicle that crashed and flipped in the area of Fifth Street and Allouette Way.
Bringing stories and big smiles to Carson Tahoe Health.
A few representatives from the Blue Angels stopped by our Long Term Acute Care Hospital (LTACH) Friday to visit Navy Veteran Thomas P. Fischer, who served for 20 years.
Night off the Streets, a Carson City volunteer program aimed at providing homeless a safe, warm place to sleep during winter months, received a significant donation of $2,500 this week from the Southwest Gas Foundation.
Happy Friday Carson City! Let’s take a look at what is happening throughout the region during our first weekend of October.
The Carson City Board of Supervisors’ next meeting is expected to take place on Thursday, Oct. 6 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Robert ‘Bob’ Crowell Board Room in the Carson City Community Center, located at 851 E. William Street.
Items on the agenda of discussion include Grants for housing, the purchase of the Fire Department’s AutoPulse resuscitation system units, the AlienVault cybersecurity software purchase and more.
The Carson City Planning Commission approved a request for a Special Use Permit for a new retail marijuana store at the Sept. 28 meeting.
The store will be approximately 4,000 square feet in size near the intersection of Hwy 50 W and S. Carson Street.
On August 24, 2022, detectives with the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office’s Investigations Bureau and Northern Nevada Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force initiated an investigation after receiving information from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
CARSON CITY — The Carson Farmers Market ends this Saturday, October 1. This year was a busy one with new vendors and more customers. While it’s sad to see another season wrap up, it has been a very successful year.
Celebrate fall and the first days of October this Saturday and Sunday in Carson City at Casino Fandango during its annual Oktoberfest.
NV Energy and the Nevada Department of Transportation are announcing brief closures of Interstate 580 between northern Carson City and Washoe Valley during the morning hours this Sunday, Oct. 2.
Kyle Karrasch said, “I like to describe my art practice like that of a naturalist and a taxidermist. I collect discarded specimens from their resting place and carve into their carcasses, flaying their skins out into recognizable forms.” In his “Waste Aeon” exhibition for CCAI, Karrasch brought his sculptures made of trash into the gallery.
Tucked between the buzz of summer and the cold of winter, we get a short window of — let’s face it — the best season of the year. Fall in Carson City is six to eight weeks of weather that can make a person giddy. The morning chill makes that first cup of coffee extra good for the soul and you can still catch those warm rays of sunshine by the afternoon. The local trails are just begging to be hiked, and the family activities are endless.
During the month of October, Douglas County Community Health Clinic invites you to get your flu shot at one of its four drive-through clinics.
CARSON CITY — The League of Women Voters of Northern Nevada, in partnership with Sierra Nevada Forums, AAUW Capital (NV) Branch, and the Brewery Arts Center, will present a series of election forums on Oct. 7, 10, 11 and 17 beginning at 6 pm each night at the Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall, 511 W. King St in Carson City. Doors open at 5:30 pm. The forums are co-sponsored by the Nevada Appeal.
RENO — StartUpNV, a nonprofit statewide incubator and accelerator for Nevada-based startup companies, is again hosting Launch Rural Nevada Pitch Day, an annual event for anyone in rural Nevada with a business idea or existing business to pitch their concept, gain expert advice, and possibly win a cash prize to help make their business real.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is warning drivers not to buy or use temporary dealer registration placards offered for sale online.
Most content submitted to Carson Now is covered under Creative Commons license:
Please see Copyright Policy for more information.
Contact us for more information.
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
NowTown Network sites:
Carson City News – Carson Now
South Lake Tahoe News – South Tahoe Now


Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *