If you have drugs but no license, use the turn signal, Carson City Sheriff says

The following people were booked into the Carson City Jail. All are presumed innocent unless convicted in court.


• At 4:02 p.m., Kevin Ottman, 50, was arrested at Carson River Park after a ranger called for help with an illegal campsite. He was arrested on an outstanding warrant issued in Ely charging felony attempting to dissuade a victim from reporting a crime. Bail was set at $10,000.

• At 10:24 p.m., a 60-year-old transient was arrested on four contempt of court warrants after a traffic stop for running a red light at Washington and Stewart streets. Bail was set at $4,000.

• At 11:30 p.m., Jeffrey Camber, 62, was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop on Carson Street. A search of his person found a small amount of meth and dispatch reported the driver did not have a motorcycle endorsement. He was charged with the turn signal violation, no insurance as well as no valid motorcycle license and possession of meth. Bail was set at $3,225.


• At 2:14 a.m., Luciano Rosales-Mendez, 21, was arrested on multiple charges after a traffic stop because the vehicle skidded through a corner as it turned form Stewart on to William Street. After the deputy got behind the vehicle, the arrest report says it took off at a high rate of speed. The driver appeared to pull over then made a U-turn and took off again at speeds approaching 100 mph, running the red light at Roop Street. The vehicle came to a stop after hitting the curb and damaging the vehicle. Mendez was charged with eluding officers, reckless driving and DUI 2nd offense. He was also held on a felony bench warrant. Bail was set at $38,000.


• At 12:06 a.m., Lacey Alexander, 29, was arrested on multiple charges at the Holiday Inn. Deputies had to break into the room where she was because she refused to open the door despite being advised she was not allowed in there. The arrest report says she fought with deputies before being tazed. She was charged with obstruction, resisting arrest, two counts of battery on a peace officer and felony robbery. She was also charged with violating bail conditions. Bail was set at $48,600.

• At 4:52 a.m., a 53-year-old woman was arrested at an apartment on Stewart Street for hitting her son as he lay on a bed in the apartment. The arrest report says her version of the story didn’t make sense so she was arrested on a charge of domestic battery. Bail was set at $3,000.

• At 7:29 p.m., Dvin Vassar, 25, was charged with domestic battery after deputies were dispatched to a residence on Fleischmann Way. The female victim told deputies he got angry in a dispute over money and started throwing things. She took her two children into the bedroom and closed the door. The report says he was kicking the door and wall breaking holes in both. She told him to leave or she would call 911. While he denied the altercation became physical, deputies said there were marks on her arms and a bruise on her face. He was charged with domestic battery and trying to prevent her from calling 911 for grabbing her phone when she tried to call. Bail was set at $8,000.


• At 2:09 a.m., Brandon Stinnett, 36, of South Lake Tahoe was arrested after an employee of Terrible’s informed deputies his vehicle had been parked at the gas pump for an extended period of time. Dispatch advised the license plates were suspended on the vehicle. The arrest report says a propane torch, foil with burnt residue and a glass pipe were in plain view inside. A search found both heroin and meth in the car as well as pills. He was charged with possession of meth, possession of heroin, possession of drugs without a prescription and paraphernalia. Bail was set at $8,500.

• At 11:13 p.m., a 26-year-old parks aid was charged with domestic battery 1st offense for allegedly hitting his father several times in a dispute over his girlfriend. The incident happened at a residence on Avery Road. He told deputies he sort of blacked out and just started hitting his father. The father refused to press charges. Bail was set at $3,000.


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