A South Lake Tahoe man was arrested after he allegedly throttled his mother into unconsciousness on Wednesday morning.
Skylor Klisch, 21, was arrested 6:30 a.m. after he was spotted riding east on his bicycle near Rubicon Trail. He led officers across Lake Tahoe Boulevard, and then lost traction in the snow and fell down.
Officers found a .22 handgun in a case and a small package of marijuana.
After she recovered, Klisch’s mother said her son was intoxicated. An emergency protective order was issued by the court to prevent Klisch from contacting her.
Klisch was booked on charges of felony battery, resisting arrest and bringing a controlled substance into the El Dorado County Jail.
■ Chichester Estates residents have posted fliers warning that a peeping Tom is prowling the neighborhood.
Reports have been filed with the Douglas County Sheriff's Office regarding a white man, in his mid-40s, described as 6-feet tall, average build, with light hair. He was last seen wearing a dark top and white-washed blue jeans. Two incidents were reported on April 9, one on Harvest Avenue and another on Windsor Drive, according to the Douglas County Sheriff's Office. In both cases a man was reported peering into a window.
Deputies responded, but were unable to locate anyone or any evidence.
A third report was made on Tuesday in Chichester. No one was spotted, but the homeowner said the dog was acting as though someone was there.
The flier asks neighborhood residents to leave their lights on at night.