A man who caused a disturbance at a South Carson Street business on Tuesday has been arrested on suspicion of criminal possession of credit cards without the holder’s consent and other offences.
Zachary Orawiec was taken into custody at 4:37 p.m. He was also indicted on suspicion of assault and trespass.
According to the booking report, deputies responded to the 1400 block of South Carson Street for a report of a fight in the parking lot. Deputies were told that Orawiec was trying to fight with store employees and customers.
Deputies arrived and observed the man yelling at employees, who were standing on the sidewalk near the front doors. The suspect held in his hands a dog leash made of chain.
The deputy ordered the man to drop the chain. The man extended the chain and approached the officer yelling and screaming. He was repeatedly ordered to drop the chain, which he did. The man was ordered to remove his backpack and keep his hands out of his pockets. He refused to drop the backpack and continued to yell at employees standing on the sidewalk, the report said.
The officer approached him and removed the backpack from his shoulders and handcuffed him. The man was informed that he was detained. The man was combative and tried to get away from the deputies. Deputies were able to take control of the man and put him in the back of a patrol vehicle, the report said.
The shift commander arrived and attempted to speak with the man, who then became verbally aggressive with the shift commander and began kicking the doors and windows of the patrol vehicle, the report states. .
After being secured in the vehicle, the deputies spoke with the whistleblower (RP) who informed him that he worked in the store and heard shouting and shouting. The PR advised that the suspect had previously been trespassed out of the store due to a verbal confrontation with another store employee.
The PR said he called 911 to report the incident. The suspect had walked out of the store, with the RP walking out of the store to get a description of the clothes. The RP said the man got in his face and yelled at him, then threw a lighter at him, the report said.
The suspect was informed that he was under arrest for trespassing. Deputies searched his person and backpack and found a Nevada driver’s license issued to another person, along with four debit/credit cards. Two of the cards were Visa bank cards and two Mastercard cards, all issued in the name of another person. There was also a Nevada Medicaid card issued to another person. Deposit: $5,874.
In other arrests:
–A South Lake Tahoe, Calif., man, Christopher Michael Easley, was arrested in the Saliman and Robinson Street area on Tuesday on a warrant issued by the Township of Tahoe. Deposit: $500.
–A 42-year-old man, Audie Lee Maze, was arrested on two outside agency warrants, one a Missouri felony warrant and the other from the East Fork District Court. No bail for the Missouri warrant. Bail for East Fork Justice warrant, $1,000.
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