1:40pm Report of a vehicle versus a motorcycle at the intersection of Carson River Road and Sierra Vista. Emergency responders are racing to the scene. One report indicated the motorcycle rider was having a tourniquet applied to his leg. Being Careflighted to the hospital.
Carson City Sheriff’s detectives are trying to track down these two men who allegedly broke into vehicles recently parked at Silver Saddle Ranch and at the Korean War Veterans Memorial off East 5th and stealing the victims’ credit cards.
The two suspects, pictured above, shows them taking purchased items from a store after using stolen cards at Target, Best Buy and Game Stop.
Anyone knowing who these men are should call the Carson City Sheriff’s Office at 775-887-2677 or Secret Witness at 775-322-4900.
It’s common that people drive up to trailheads, park their vehicles, lock their doors and leave on a nice long hike. Trouble is a lot of hikers leave their valuables in plain sight inside the vehicle which is a huge temptation for thieves. Always conceal your valuables under seats or in the trunk. Or better yet, take them with you or leave them at home. Wallets don’t weigh that much.
Spring 2020 Open Burn
Carson City, NV – The Fire Department will allow open burning through April 19th.
The purpose of the open burn period is to provide residents an opportunity to dispose of accumulated weeds and yard debris. In order to make this a safe endeavor for those involved, the Carson City Fire Department will require a burn permit.
Permits can be obtained online at our website at www.carsonfire.org. Click on the notice for “Open Burn” and it will take you to a form that you will need to print and have on your person when burning.
Due to the closing of our main office to the public, permits will NOT be available on a walk-in basis.
For additional questions or concerns, please call the Carson City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention
Division at 887-2210, ext. 7145, 8-5 p.m., M-F.
Carson City Justice/Municipal Court
In response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in our region and Governor Stephen Sisolak’s declaration of a state of emergency, closure of all non-essential services state-wide, and request for all Nevadans to stay home to implement social distancing. The Carson City Justice/Municipal Court has suspended all eviction proceedings until further order of the court.
The public is encouraged to contact the Justice/Municipal Court via email with any questions or concerns.
Carson City Justice Court Clerk’s Office Email: JusticeCourtClerk@carson.org Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. (Monday-Friday)
Office Number: (775) 887-2121 option 4.
7:11pm Report of a man in front of 229 So. Pratt screaming that somebody was going to shoot him. Looks very disturbed. Sheriff Deputies are enroute. Man is Hispanic wearing a red shirt and jeans.
7:14pm Deputies on scene reports there are two men…one who is highly intoxicated.
7:15pm Deputies say they’ve got it handled.