Man accused of burglarizing golf club
A Silver Springs man, who is accused of doing an estimated $20,000 in damage while getting his last check, is facing burglary and grand larceny charges.
Roy Peter Ricci, 28, is accused in connection with an October 2015 break-in at the Sunridge Golf Course clubhouse.
The break-in was discovered on Oct. 11, according to court documents, when workers came in and found the front door open.
They found the inside of the club trashed, bottles of alcohol missing along with the safe.
Also missing was a ballpicker golfcart valued at $5,000 and Ricci’s last check.
The safe was found broken open in the sagebrush along Sunridge.
The manager of the club identified Ricci as the person seen in security footage.
A warrant was issued for his arrest on Dec. 23 and he arrived in Douglas Jail on Wednesday.
He appeared in East Fork Justice Court on Thursday. His bail is $23,140. He is facing charges of burglary, grand larceny and willful destruction of property.
■ A 34-year-old former Gardnerville woman is in custody in Douglas County Jail on a probation violation.
Jennifer Ann Alexander is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on Jan. 11.
According to jail records, she was taken into custody on Wednesday.
She was sentenced to up to 36 months in prison in June. The last record the Nevada Department of Corrections has of her was a Sept. 30, 2015, parole hearing.
■ Two 18-year-old Carson City women are facing conspiracy and embezzlement charges for allegedly taking $2,000 in cash and $3,000 in merchandise from the Jacks Valley Target.
Valerie Arroyo and Sophia Lorraine Rodriquez were released on their own recognizance after they were arrested on Wednesday.
According to court documents the thefts occurred during December 2015.
■ A Coleville man admitted to one count of driving under the influence of methamphetamine.
Trevor Redrobe, 32, pleaded guilty on Wednesday and was sentenced to 90 days in jail, which was suspended for a year.
Redrobe was ordered to attend a victim impact panel, pay a $900 fine and get a substance abuse evaluation.