Alleged kidnapper back in custody |

Alleged kidnapper back in custody

by Amy Alonzo

A Gardnerville woman admitted to violating her bail conditions in Douglas County District Court on Monday by failing a drug test after attempting to alter the results.

Stacy R. Conti-Salway, 35, failed to appear for a March 2 drug test. She was located at her Gardnerville residence and ordered to test.

When she reported, her “movements were suspicious as she was attempting to obscure my view,” according to court documents.

A deputy who entered the restroom found Conti-Salway in possession of a fake bladder and an IV bag with a urine-colored substance.

In a subsequent test Conti-Salway tested positive for methamphetamine. She admitted she had used methamphetamine and Xanax the day before.

Conti-Salway is facing multiple felony charges along with Francisco “Frankie” Perez. She was arrested in December and he was arrested in January after the pair allegedly hit another man with a baseball bat and forced him to withdraw money from his bank at gunpoint before letting him go.

Conti-Salway was bailed out Feb. 6 by her mom with a $15,000 bond.

She will remain in custody until she can enter an inpatient treatment program or an additional $5,000 cash-only bail is posted.

Her trial date is set for Aug. 22.

■ A Gardnerville Ranchos man accused of being part of a ski pass theft ring will head to trial in August after denying guilt.

Mark E. Graham, 21, denied charges of embezzlement, theft and possession of stolen property, all felony charges.

Graham and several other men are accused of stealing a combined more than 1,000 lift ticket vouchers from Heavenly Mountain Resort. He was arrested in July.

■ A Reno man who has been in custody for almost a year was sentenced to 30 months in prison for grand larceny.

Santiago Rapisura, 34, was arrested Jan. 24, 2015 for attempting to steal about $1,000 worth of merchandise from Walmart, including a wireless router, two modem/router units, a Roku 3 and seven copies of the video game “Sims 4.”

Rapisura is serving 2-10 years in prison for a Washoe County grand larceny. He owes more than $32,000 in restitution to a Washoe Walmart.

His Douglas County conviction will run concurrent to his Washoe conviction. He gets credit for 319 days served.

■ A Minden man who sold $1,000 worth of methamphetamine to Douglas County deputies will be sentenced May 1.

Michael D. McComb, 51, was arrested in November following three sales of methamphetamine totaling more than 35 grams to Douglas County deputies in April and May.

Defense attorney Matthew Ence is seeking a guilty plea agreement for McComb that would allow him to be sentenced to probation rather than the maximum penalty of six years in prison and a $20,000 fine.

His sentencing is set for May 1.

■ A Carson City woman who admitted to conspiring to violate the Uniform Controlled Substances Act will attend drug court.

Starting in October Hani V. Metz, 28, and another person worked together to obtain 44 Valium pills from the Topsy Lane Walmart using a false prescription. The two refilled the prescription two more times, splitting the pills between them each time. Metz was arrested Jan. 19.

■ A Gardnerville man arrested for selling hash oil and cocaine to Douglas County Deputies will attend drug court.

Jarred E. Kem, 20, was arrested in September after two separate sales in which he sold 10 grams of hash oil and 14 grams of cocaine to deputies. According to court documents, there were several minors at the house where the cocaine transaction took place also waiting to purchase cocaine.

■ A Carson City woman will remain in custody after admitting she fraudulently used a credit card that wasn’t hers.

Jacqlyn M. Thun, 30, was arrested Feb. 6 following a court appearance for other charges.

Thun in December used a credit card that wasn’t hers to purchase nearly $2,600 in items from Beall’s in Gardnerville.

She will remain in custody until she can enter an in-patient treatment program.