Parolee taken into custody in County Road arrest
A California parolee was taken into custody on Monday morning after Douglas County authorities received a tip that he was living in a County Road apartment in Minden.
Sergio Antonio Arauza, 27, was reported to be in Minden by the California Parole Apprehension Team. According to the team, there was a felony parole warrant with full extradition out on Arauza.
Investigators arrived at the apartment, but no one answered the door. One of the investigators went to Arauza’s mother’s workplace and got the key and permission to look for him.
Investigators entered the apartment at 9:28 a.m. and saw Arauza standing in the kitchen. He complied and was taken into custody without incident.
■ A Grass Valley man was taken into custody after he allegedly struck another man in the face with a broken bottle during an altercation in Stateline early on the morning of Dec. 20.
Nathan Michael Hinde, 25, was identified by witnesses as the man who struck the victim in the face.
Hinde was found and detained. He told deputies he tried to pull the man out of the travel lane of Highway 50 when the man struck him with his fist. Hinde said he grabbed the man and threw him down to the pavement.
However, both the victim and witnesses said a broken bottle was used in the incident, and the victim had a 1.5-inch long gash in his face and another on his shoulder.
Hinde was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and obstructing officers.
■ A Gardnerville Ranchos man is being held on a charge of felony driving under the influence after he was arrested on Sunday.
Daniel Delgadillo, 25, was reported driving the wrong direction on Pine Nut Road at about 1 p.m.
He and a passenger allegedly stopped in the roadway and switched places in the blue Dodge.
Delgadillo was previously convicted of his second DUI in August 2013 after he’d driven his vehicle into an irrigation ditch.
Delgadillo was the driver in the accident that claimed the life of Michael Lombardo IV in June 2010.