The Latest: Deputies arrest 11 at Lake Tahoe New Year’s
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Latest on arrests made among New Year’s revelers (all times local):
Officials in northern Nevada’s Douglas County arrested 11 people at Lake Tahoe during New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Sheriff’s Sgt. Ron Elges told the Record-Courier in Gardnerville that the office arrested 14 people on Monday, including four intoxicated people at Lake Tahoe who were arrested for their own safety.
Three people in Carson Valley were arrested on suspicion of battery and resisting arrest.
Elges said officers made arrests for trespassing and a probation violation.
Reno Police say they made 14 arrests and issued 12 citations during New Year’s Eve celebrations in the city’s downtown.
The Reno Police Department told KOLO-TV on Tuesday that overall crowds were positive.
Police say 11 people were arrested for DUI and other arrests were for an open container, possession of a controlled substance and obstructing and resisting.
The dozen citations were for an open container, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, an intoxicated pedestrian in a roadway and driving on a closed road.