An Indian Hills man is in custody on multiple counts of sexually assaulting a child.
Anthony Robert Diaz, 44, was taken into custody on Wednesday on a warrant issued out of East Fork Justice Court.
He is facing three counts each of sexual assault on a child under the age of 16 and lewdness with a child under the age of 14.
Diaz was scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court on Friday morning.
The 14-year-old victim said there were at least three instances when Diaz molested her, including in a church parking lot.
Diaz was being held in lieu of $675,027 bail.
Diaz was sentenced to 1-4 years in prison for failing to stop for Carson City authorities. He was paroled in 2019.
• A man who is facing a third prison term for a subsequent felony DUI will remain in custody until an April 6 hearing.
David Caylor, 55, was arrested March 2 after deputies responded to a report that he had high-centered his vehicle on a trash can at his Kimmerling Road address.
When deputies arrived at 10:30 p.m., they allegedly found Caylor behind the wheel and revving his engine. He required help to stand when he got out of the vehicle.
Caylor had a preliminary breath test of .217. After he was taken to jail, an evidentiary blood test was taken after deputies obtained a warrant.
• The driver in an Aug. 14, 2021, fatal collision was taken into custody on March 4 on a fugitive warrant out of Amador County.
Orval Dale Flannery, 47, is accused of crashing a 2002 Cadillac Escalade on Tiger Creek Road near Pioneer, Calif., when he missed a turn.
Flannery and two 22-year-old passengers were thrown from the vehicle after it rolled multiple times down a steep embankment, according to the California Highway patrol.
One of the passengers, Kathleen Fillmore of Pioneer, Calif., was killed in the collision, while both Flannery and the other passenger were injured. A 3-month-old boy in the vehicle escaped with minor injuries.
• A Gardnerville Ranchos woman is facing a probation violation after she was arrested for possession of a controlled substance March 2 after deputies responded to her home for a domestic dispute.
Alana Jewel Blakemore was taken into custody after she tried to hide from deputies who responded to the home on Honeybee.
After taking her into custody, deputies found a bag containing what they assert is 9.4 grams of methamphetamine.
She is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on March 21 where she faces the possibility her 18-60-month sentence for attempting to elude deputies will be imposed.
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