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Officers were in the area when they observed the suspect strike the victim. Richard Narra, DOB 8/14/1973, was arrested on the above charge.
Michelle Watkins, DOB 2/27/1994, was arrested on the above charges.
The victim and suspect who are neighbors were involved in a verbal argument that turned physical when the suspect produced a bat and hit the victim. The victims injuries are non-life threatening. Jacob Steele, DOB 5/20/1976, was arrested on the above charge.
The victims were approached by an unknown suspect who began yelling at them and making racial comments. The suspect also displayed a knife and threatened the victims. Chase Huggins, DOB 1/9/1965, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers observed the suspects walk across the street against the red light almost causing an accident. When Officers attempted to make contact with the suspects they fled. The suspects were taken into custody a short time later and 2 of the suspects provided false names and DOB's. The 3 suspects, all juveniles, were arrested on the above charges.
Officers responded to a report of an unwanted subject. When they attempted to make contact with the suspect he was uncooperative, threatened to fight them and punched an Officer. Ray Brueckner, DOB 5/6/1957, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers responded to a report of a disturbance with a shot being fired. They made contact with the suspect and Lisa Carey, DOB 7/8/1985, was arrested on the above charges.
When the victim saw the suspect removing property from her parked vehicle she confronted the suspect. The suspect then produced a knife and stabbed the victim before fleeing. The victims injury is non-life threatening. The suspect is described as: H/M/A, 5'8" tall, black graying beard and hair, LSW reflective type construction clothing.
The suspect and victim were known to each other and were involved in a verbal argument when the suspect produced machete and swung it at the victim. Jeremy Johnson, DOB 7/22/1979, was arrested on the above charges.
The victim attempted to detain the suspect who had exited the business without paying for merchandise. The suspect resisted and fled. As Officers were taking the suspect into custody he gave them a false name. Everett Winston, DOB 5/7/1977, was arrested on the above charges.
The suspect was observed taking equipment, fleeing the area and then meeting up with a second suspect who was on a bicycle. The suspects are described as: #1 W/M/A, mid twenties to mid thirties, 5'8" tall, stocky build, long side burns, LSW a tan shirt. #2 W/M/A, mid twenties to mid thirties, 6' tall, medium build, blonde hair, long side burns, LSW a blue shirt, red cutoffs.
Officers learned the location of a suspect who was wanted in previous cases. Rylin Wolfe, DOB 12/6/1996, was arrested on the above charges.
The suspect approached the employee and demanded money while holding a Tire Iron. Total loss is unknown. the suspect is described as: H/M/A, mid forties, LSW dark colored clothing.
The suspect had been arrested for Trespassing when he became combative and kicked an Officer. Rodrigo Dominguez, DOB 2/27/1990, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers responded to multiple reports of shots being fired. They located two victims with non-life threatening gun shot wounds and several casings in the area. The investigation is ongoing.
Nathan Walker, DOB 5/28/1973, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers responded to a report of a fight with a stabbing victim. The victims injuries were non-life threatening and the investigation is ongoing.
Ruben Medrano, DOB 1/11/1985, was arrested on the above charge.
The victim was approached by an unknown suspect who struck him in the head with a pipe and stole his property. The suspect is described as: B/M/A, 5'10"-6' tall, thin build with a beard, LSW jeans, red jacket, and a hat.
Edward Sibley, DOB 7/3/1965, was arrested on the above charge.
The victims were approached by the suspects who were in a vehicle and asked to borrow their phone. As the victim handed them the phone the suspects attempted to drive away dragging the victim as he tried to hang on to the phone. The victims injuries were non-life threatening. The suspects are only described as: W/F/A & W/M/A. The suspect vehicle is described as: White BMW, SUV
Reno, NV— The Reno Police Department announces today that it has made changes to its “Employee Involved Shootings” policy. Additional requirements have been added to the section on Command Responsibilities (Section IV, subsection C., #4.). The additional requirements include releasing to the public within 14 days, the body camera footage of the incident. It is important to note that some officer-involved shooting incidents involve multiple officers or multiple witnesses and investigations of those types of incidents are extremely time consuming. In such incidents, the policy does allow for the release of footage to occur within 30 days in order to provide the investigating agency sufficient time to thoroughly conduct its investigation and to allow the Reno Police Department sufficient time to prepare the video for release.
In order to protect everyone involved and preserve the integrity of the criminal investigation (which will still be conducted by an outside agency in accordance with the Regional Officer Involved Shooting Protocol), the identities of those depicted, will be redacted. As is the case now, the identities of those involved may be made public at the conclusion of the criminal investigation and District Attorney’s Office review.
Acting Reno Police Chief Tom Robinson wanted to thank the Reno community for their tremendous and overwhelming support of the men and women of the department and said that making these changes was necessary in order to continue maintaining the excellent relationship this department has always had with its community.
This policy, along with all other Reno Police Department policies, can be found at renopd.com/generalorders.
Brittnee Hammond, DOB 9/25/1989 and Mauricio Brown-Zamor, DOB 6/10/1978, were arrested on the above charge.
An employee was working on a machine when the suspect exited a vehicle shoved him aside and stole the money boxes. Total loss is unknown. All 3 suspects are only described as Black Male Adults with one wearing a red hooded sweatshirt.
Friday, July 10, 2020
0408 Central: Battery Arrest @2500 blk E 2nd St.
Hotel Security detained an intoxicated female subject for a battery that occurred on their property.
Arrested: Shaw, Ashlie DOB:05/04/1989
Sunday, July 12, 2020
0024 North: Home Invasion/Domestic/O&R @1800 blk E 9th St
Officers responded on a report of a domestic disturbance in which the male suspect was actively attempting to force entry into the victim's residence through a window. Officers located the suspect in the living room. The suspect was uncooperative, refused to listen to commands, and attempted to knock a Taser out of an Officer’s hand.
Arrested- Jimmy Zavala-Ordonez (10-23-84)
1250 Central: ADW arrest@Center St./7th St.
Officers responded to the listed location regarding a reported fight. Through the investigation, it was learned the suspect removed a folding knife and swung it at the victim. No injuries were reported or observed.
Arrested: Zepeda, Richard DOB 6/20/76
2017 South: BDW x 2, DOP x 3, Child Endanger x 2, ADW, CDM @Colbert Dr/Patriot Bl
Officers responded to the above listed location for a report of a road rage incident. On scene officers learned there has been a dispute between a total of 4 teens for the past 2 years. Today, one of the juveniles used a baseball bat to cause extensive damage to two of the victim's vehicles while there were victims sitting in the driver's seat of each vehicle. The mother of the suspect juvenile also battered another juvenile's parent after engaging in vehicle pursuit a second juvenile, causing him to crash into an unrelated parked car. A neighbor attempted to help defend one of the victims, but was stopped when he saw the juvenile suspect holding a bat. The neighbor then attempted to run over the juvenile suspect with his vehicle, nearly striking him in the process. In all, there were three arrests.
Arrested: Berreman, Taneka (11/01/1987); Misd. Battery (M), DOP (G), Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor x 2 (M), Child Endangerment x 2 (F)
Male Juvenile (Age 16); BDW x 2 (F), DOP (G)
Trammel, Jeffrey (10/01/2001); ADW (F)
2204 Central: Robbery/O&R@200 blk E. 4th St
Officers responded to the above location for a reported robbery. On scene, they learned the suspect punched the victim in the face and then took money from his pocket.
Arrested: John Doe (refused to give info)
The victim returned to his room to find the suspect there. The suspect produced a gun and threatened the victim. Michael Mitchell, DOB 8/26/1985, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers observed the suspect Jaywalking and attempted to make contact. The suspect refused to identify himself and resisted the Officers. During the investigation the suspect was found to be in Poss. of a Controlled Substance. Alex Williams, DOB 9/6/1978, was arrested on the above charges.
The victims were in their tent when the unknown suspects entered. One suspect then stabbed one of the victims before fleeing. The victims injury was non-life threatening. The suspects are described as: #1 A/M/A, early fifties, shaved head. #2 W/F/A, mid fifties, blonde hair.
The victim had asked the suspect to leave the business. The suspect refused to leave and then produced a knife and threatened the victim. Damaen Barrett, DOB 3/5/1977, was arrested on the above charges.
Officers had been asked to follow Remsa personnel as they transported the subject to a local hospital. During the transport the suspect began punching a Medic and continued to struggle and fight with Officers. Michael Whiteford, DOB 4/26/1969, was arrested on the above charges.
The two suspects entered the business. One suspect was armed and they demanded the money. Total loss has not been disclosed. The suspects are described as: #1 B/M/J, mid teens, 5'5'" tall, LSW all black clothing. #2 W/M/A, early to mid twenties, 5'5"-5'8" tall, LSW a blue hooded sweatshirt.
Officers observed the suspect riding a bicycle without having a lamp on and attempted to conduct a stop. The suspect attempted to flee but was apprehended by Officers a short distance away. The suspect continued to struggle with Officers and was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and a BB gun.
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Reno Police Lieutenant William Rulla retires
Reno, NV— On July 5, 2020 Lieutenant William Rulla will retire from the Reno Police Department after 24 ½ years of dedicated service to our Reno community.
Lt. Rulla has led a long and distinguished career highlighted by his long tenure in leadership positions within the organization:
1996-2002- Reno Police Patrol Officer
2002-2003- Reno Police Detective -Burglary Unit
2003-2006- Reno Police Patrol Sergeant
2006-2008- Regional Law Enforcement Academy Sergeant
2008-2010- Reno Police Patrol Lieutenant
2010 (April-Sept)- Reno Police Internal Affairs Lieutenant
2010-2011- Reno Police Acting Deputy Chief
2011-2013- Reno Police Patrol Lieutenant
2013-2016- Reno Police Detective Lieutenant
2016-2020- Reno Police Patrol Lieutenant
Lt. Rulla has contributed to the department's vision of being a model of policing excellence with his contributions in training, officer wellness, investigations, patrol and especially as a senior member of the department's command staff.
Lt. Rulla quoted author David Fritchse by expressing “If there is any advice I could leave to the generations to come it would be simple: Forget about the pop ideologies and political bantering of the day and find a place of SERVICE. Instead of being the voice of criticism of our world and of its people, get busy serving them and learn to love that SERVICE”.
Reno Police Chief Jason Soto emphasized Lt. Rulla’s impact on our agency and community, stating: “Lt. William Rulla has been a tremendous asset to the Reno Police Department and our entire community. His tireless work ethic, professionalism, wisdom and leadership will be greatly missed by our organization. The men and women of the Reno Police Department congratulate him on his retirement and wish him well in future endeavors”
All the men and women of the Reno Police Department wish Lt. Rulla “All the Best” on a well-earned retirement!
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