Submitted by the White Pine Sheriff’s Office for June 7 – June 13. Information and spellings of names contained in the blotter are as released by the WPCSO. Information will not be withheld at the requests of persons whose names appear in the blotter or elsewhere in the newspaper that are released by law enforcement agencies that include the WPCSO, Nevada Highway Patrol, Ely Shoshone Tribal Police and other local, state, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies.

JUNE 7

Report of an alarm—  False alarm.

Report of littering— Officer received a report of garbage being left at the shooting range. Officer has identified the person leaving the garbage and is attempting to locate him.

Report of an open door — Officer located an open door on a closed business. The business was checked and the door secured.

Report of a welfare check — The individual was contacted and was fine.

Report of an animal problem — Officer received a report of a horse running near highway US 93. Officer reported that the horse belonged to a sheep herder working in the area. They were attempting to capture the horse.

Report of a private property accident — Lacinda Waggener of Ely was operating a vehicle and was backing up. As she was backing her vehicle up she failed to see a parked and unoccupied vehicle belonging to Bailey Coombs of Ely. Waggener’s vehicle struck Coombs vehicle causing damage. An accident report was competed.

Report of a civil problem — Reporting party stated that he recently bought a trailer and was going to move it from its current location. He advised that the previous owner didn’t want the trailer moved. He was advised that he owned the trailer and could remove it.

Report of harassment — Reporting party stated that she and her husband were confronted by an individual who made threats towards them. The incident was documented and they were advised to obtain a protective order.

Report of an accident — Tyson Pearce of Ely was operating a vehicle entering onto Aultman Street from 9th Street east. As he did so he failed to yield to a vehicle being operated by Thomas Robison of Ely who was traveling on Aultman Street. Robison avoided contact with the vehicle being operated by Pearce by tipping his motorcycle down, sliding it on the roadway. An accident report was completed and Pearce was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way.

Report of a problem with a subject — Reporting party stated that she is separating from her husband and he is refusing to give her some of her property. She was advised to contact an attorney for separation of property.

Report of a disturbance —– Officer contacted the individual who was playing his music on his stereo to loud. He was advised to turn it down.

New bookings

Jacqueline L. Peterson — Serving time

JUNE 8

Report of threats — Reporting party stated that an individual has made threats towards him. Officer contacted the individual involved who denied the allegation. Investigation continues.

Report of a domestic battery — Reporting party stated that she had gotten into an argument with a family member and that the family member had struck her. The family member had left the scene. Officers patrolled the area, but the family member was not located. Investigation continues.

Report of an accident — Kolton Bilbao, a juvenile of Ely, was operating a vehicle and was stopped at a red light. Ena Lester, a juvenile of Ely, was operating a vehicle and was stopped behind Bilbao. When the light turned green Lester moved her vehicle forward striking Bilbao’s vehicle. An accident report was completed and Lester was issued a citation for following to close.

Report of a civil problem — Reporting party stated that he wanted a trailer towed off private property. He was advised it was a civil problem.

Report of a civil problem — Reporting party stated that he had let an individual use his food stamp card for several years and today he found out there is a small amount of money left on the card. The reporting party was advised it was a civil problem.

Report of suspicious circumstances — Reporting party stated that someone removed a pin to his semi-trailer. The incident was documented.

Report of a problem with a subject —– Reporting party stated that a family member was causing a disturbance at their home. When officers arrived the individual had left the area.

Report of a fight — The area was patrolled, but no fight was located.

New bookings

Angelo S. Kittinger — Ely Justice Court warrant, contempt of court/Bail $1,015

JUNE 9

Report of a problem with a subject —-The reporting party claimed to have been involved in an argument with his adult son and the son claimed to have taken some pills to harm himself. The son left prior to officers arriving. The son was later located and denied taking pills.

Report of a bad check —– The reporting party claimed to have received a check for services rendered but the check was returned for non-sufficient funds. A report was completed and submitted to the City Attorney for prosecution.

Report of a private property accident —– An unoccupied vehicle rolled through a parking lot and struck a parked unoccupied vehicle. A report was completed.

Report of an assist —-An officer assisted a citizen who had been locked out of her home.

Report of suspicious circumstances —– Two subjects were located around a vacant house.  Both claimed to know the owner and said they were cleaning the home to move in. Officers were unable to contact the owner, but are continuing to do so.

Report of a welfare check —– The subject was contacted and claimed to be fine.

Report of an arrest —– Larry William Perkins, Jr was located at his home and arrested on a warrant from Ely Municipal Court.

Report of a trespass —– The reporting party claimed to have allowed a male to stay at his place but now is causing problems.  The male was contacted and he said he didn’t live there, but kept some personal items there.  He said he’d move his stuff out.

Report of a fight —– When the male from the previous call, identified as Kenny James Moore, 30, returned to get his belongings, he got into an argument with the original reporting party. It was later discovered Moore was a convicted felon and hadn’t notified law enforcement of his change of address within 24 hours. Moore was also found to be in possession of a prescription drug without a valid prescription.  Moore was arrested without incident.

New Bookings

Michael Kansas — Possession of a controlled substance/Bail $5,000

Larry William Perkins, Jr — Warrant/contempt of court/Bail $950

Kenny James Moore — Convicted person failure to register, possession of a dangerous drug and possession of a hypodermic device/Bail $5,710

JUNE 10

Report of debris in the roadway —-The items were removed.

Report of a domestic disturbance —– Officer contacted the parties involved and reported that they had engaged in a verbal argument. The parties involved separated for the day.

Report of a stolen trailer —– Reporting party stated that he had loaned his trailer to an individual and when he went to get it back he could not locate it. The trailer was later located and returned.

Report of a fraud —– Reporting party stated that she received an order for merchandise from an individual, but when she got the check for payment the check was written for over the amount owed. The sender of the check wanted the reporting party to cash it and return the rest of the money. The reporting party was advised it was a scam and that the check was fraudulent.

Report of an ATL —-The area was patrolled, but the individuals traveling through the Ely area were not located.

Report of a sexual assault —– Officer received information about an individual who was possibly sexually assaulted. Officer is attempting to locate the individual involved.

Report of a dog at large —– Officer received a report of a dog at large chasing children. When the owner of the dog is located he will be issued a citation for dog at large.

Report of an alarm —– False alarm

Report of a domestic disturbance —– Officer observed the individuals involved arguing in a public place. The individuals involved were contacted and advised to keep the peace.

Report of a stolen vehicle —– Reporting party stated that while she was in custody, a friend had advised her that he had the keys to her car and that her car was in a safe place. The reporting party advised she had another friend go and get the car, but he could not locate it. Investigation continues.

New bookings

Robert Pope — Hold for Tribal Court

JUNE 11

Report of an alarm —– False alarm.

Report of an open door —– Officer received a report of an open door on a vehicle. The owner of the vehicle was contacted and the door secured.

Report of a custody problem —– Reporting party stated that the father of her children contacted her and advised her he was on his way to pick up his children. The reporting party advised it was not his weekend to have the children. The custody agreement was reviewed, which did indicate that the reporting party was to have the children this weekend. The reporting party was advised she didn’t have to provide the children to their father.

Report of a private property accident —– When officers arrived the parties involved had settled the matter civilly.

Report of a dog problem —– Officer received a report of a dog that didn’t have food, water, or shelter and was out in the rain. Officer contacted the owner of the dog and reported that the dog did have all the necessities needed.

Report of a stolen vehicle —– Reporting party stated that she gave the keys to her vehicle to a family member to listen to music inside the vehicle. The reporting party stated that the individual then drove off in her vehicle. The vehicle was located and a traffic stop was conducted. The operator of the vehicle was a juvenile and he does not possess a driver’s license. The vehicle was returned to the reporting party and the juvenile was released to a family member. A report was sent to Juvenile Probation.

Report of an alarm —– False alarm

Report of a lost watch —– Reporting party stated that she lost her watch while at a local store. A report was completed.

Report of a found item —– Reporting party stated that he had located some prescription medication someone had left at a local business. The item was collected.

JUNE 12

Report of suspicious circumstances —

Officer contacted an individual who requested a ride to Las Vegas to take care of several problems he had pending there. He was advised that the Sheriff’s Office does not provide that service.

Report of a problem with a subject —– Officer contacted an individual who had been terminated from her employment. She was advised not to return to the property.

Report of a suspicious subject —– Officer contacted the individual who was intoxicated. A friend arrived and assisted the individual home.

Report of a suspicious subject — Reporting party stated that he had been kicked out of his residence by several other people who live there. He was advised he could return to the residence and if the other individuals wanted him out, they would have to evict him.

Report of a problem with a subject —– Reporting party stated that he was attempting to get his belongings from a residence so he could move out, but the individuals who live there were causing him problems. The parties involved were contacted and the individual collected his property and left the home.

Report of a theft —– Reporting party stated that someone had stolen her medication form her home. A report was completed.

Report of a welfare check —– Officer contacted the individual and requested E.M.S. respond to check on him. The individual was checked and requested no assistance.

Report of a welfare check —– Officer contacted the mother and her children and reported that they were fine. While checking on the children, marijuana was located in the home. The mother was issued a citation for possession of marijuana.

New bookings

Emily Edmonds — Serving time

JUNE 13 

Report of a hit and run accident —– Reporting party stated that an unknown vehicle had struck a trailer parked next to his vehicle. The trailer then slid into his vehicle causing damage to the trailer and his vehicle. A report was completed.

Report of animal cruelty — Officer received a report of a horse that wasn’t properly being cared for. The horse was observed and no problems were reported.

Report of a fraud —– Reporting party stated that someone had attempted to purchase an item using her name and credit from a business outside the Ely area. The transaction was stopped and the reporting party was given information about identity theft.

Report of illegal dumping — Officer received a report of a cement truck dumping waste onto private property. The operator of the cement truck was contacted and no problems were reported.

Report of a suspicious subject — Officer received a report of a female hiding in some bushes alongside a roadway. The area was patrolled, but the person was not located.

Report of a possible sexual assault — Officer received a report of a child who had been touched by another child inappropriately. Investigation continues.

Report of a juvenile problem —Reporting party stated that several juveniles were trespassing on private property. The juveniles were contacted and advised to leave the area.

Report of a theft — Reporting party stated that someone had stolen her medication from her home. Investigation continues.

Report of an ATV disturbance — Reporting party stated that several ATV’S drive by her home causing a disturbance. The area was patrolled, but the ATV’S were not located.

Report of a violation of a court order — Reporting party stated that she observed an individual violate a court order. Officer investigated the incident and reported that no violation had occurred.

Report of a dog at large — The report was given to Ely Animal Control.

Report of a citizen assist — Reporting party stated that a vehicle had been parked on his property and he wanted it removed. He was advised that he could have the vehicle towed at the owner’s expense.

Report of property damage — Officer reported while doing building checks on closed business, he observed where someone had entered a closed business and discharged a fire extinguisher. Investigation continues.

Report of a juvenile problem — Reporting party stated that someone had thrown an egg at her vehicle striking her windshield. A report was completed.

New bookings

Jeremy J. Brown — Serving time

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