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Oregon man waives extradition in support case

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An Oregon man waived extradition back home to face criminal charges of criminal nonsupport.

Jason Garrett Gibson, 43, was arrested Friday after deputies came to his Gardnerville Ranchos home on a report of a disturbance.

A routine background check revealed Gibson had a fugitive warrant out of Clackamas County, Ore. He was booked in lieu of $25,000 bail.

On Monday, Gibson confirmed his identity in East Fork Justice Court and signed the waiver to transport him back to Oregon.

• A Topaz Ranch Estates man who claimed to have stabbed himself is in Douglas County jail for violating his alternative sentencing agreement.

Gerald Michael Eckart was arrested Dec. 19 after deputies received a report that he’d been in an altercation with his father.

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Eckart, 30, was found by authorities after a search and taken into custody.

During booking, he was found to have a .127 blood alcohol content.

Eckart was on alternative sentencing for a Dec. 12 domestic battery conviction. Eckart is being held on $5,000 bail.

• Roger Dale Abraham-Noble was arrested for driving under the influence just after midnight on Saturday after a deputy pulled him over for failing to stay in his lane on Highway 395 near Gilman lane.

A background check revealed that Abraham-Noble, 26, had his license revoked for a previous instance of driving under the influence.

The Minden resident appeared in East Fork Justice Court on Monday where attorney Kris Brown was appointed to represent him. He is being held in Douglas County Jail.

• A Gardnerville man was arrested Friday for possession of a hypodermic and a warrant for violating conditions of his alternative sentencing.

David Gomez, 30, was pulled over after deputies received a report that he was battering a passenger in his vehicle.

They could not confirm that a battery had occurred, but they did locate the warrant issued for Gomez’s alleged failure to report to the Department of Alternative Sentencing.

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