Driver cuts through parking lot, is arrested on A LOT of charges, Carson City sheriff says



A man initially stopped for allegedly driving through a parking lot to avoid a stop light was arrested on multiple felony charges Wednesday, according to a press release from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office.
Tyler Mitchell Woolley, 30, was booked into custody at the Carson City Jail on felony charges accompanied with the traffic violations.

Tyler Mitchell Woolley

On Wednesday, a Carson City Sheriff’s Office K-9 deputy conducted a traffic stop at the corner of Saliman and William streets on a driver that used the parking lot at Walgreens to avoid the signal.Nevada Revised Statute for traffic, 484B.307.8e makes it unlawful to use private property to avoid a signal light.

The driver of the vehicle did not have proof of insurance, was using a fictitious license plate, and had a revoked driver’s license, some drugs, paraphernalia, and a firearm were found in the vehicle, according to the release. The driver also happened to be an ex-felon which made possession of the firearm unlawful under Nevada law.
Citizens who have witnessed a crime are always encouraged to contact the Carson City Sheriff’s Office dispatch at (775) 887-COPS (2677) or Secret Witness (775) 322-4900.
All calls to Secret Witness remain anonymous.


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