The R-C Morning Report for Feb. 18
February 18, 2014
Genoans will be gathering tonight to talk about the town’s five-year plan and any projects they’d like to see in the next fiscal year, starting in July. The community workshop is 6:30 p.m. in the Genoa Town Hall.
A South Lake Tahoe man accused of being one of the crowbar burglars is scheduled to appear for arraignment in Douglas County District Court this morning. Jeffrey Stephens, 44, faces several counts of burglary. The other two members of the trio allegedly caught inside an Indian Hills home pleaded guilty in January and face decades in prison each.
A Gardnerville man who cursed at District Judge Tod Young as he was led off to a regimental discipline program is due back in court this morning for a review hearing. Taylor Monge, 20, was ordered to go to boot camp in December after he had failed probation in the theft of two dirt bikes.
It’s not quite as chilly out as it was on Monday, but definitely below freezing. Expect partly sunny skies today with a high near 61. The wind will be blowing 10-15 mph, gusting to 25 mph this afternoon, the faintest breeze after the weekend’s hammering.