South Lake man sought for not showing in court |

South Lake man sought for not showing in court

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office |

A $5,000 warrant was issued for a South Lake Tahoe man who didn’t appear for a court date on Tuesday.

Colten Kirby Coralles, 22, was arrested on June 1 after he allegedly pushed down his girlfriend and a search revealed two hypodermics and a baggie containing methamphetamine.

Corralles failed to appear in Tahoe Township Justice Court on June 7 and was arrested on a warrant on July 18. He admitted a charge of possession of a controlled substance on July 26 and was given Tuesday’s district court date.

His attorney, Maria Pence, said she’d tried to contact him before court.

■ A Stateline man surrendered his efforts on probation and asked to be sent to prison.

Zachary McClure, 21, appeared in custody on Tuesday after his arrest on Aug. 4 for a probation violation.

McClure admitted the violation, which Judge Tom Gregory confirmed.

“He is ready to see his probation revoked,” Attorney Kris Brown told the judge.

McClure will serve his 12-30 month prison sentence, minus 70 days time served.

He was arrested June 15, 2015, after his grandmother reported her vehicle was stolen.

His sentence was suspended so he could participate in Western Regional Drug Court.

■ The sentence was deferred for a woman accused of stealing more than $2,000 in jewelry from someone who was letting her live at the house.

Chelsea Green, 25, admitted to theft for taking the jewelry while staying at her friend’s house.

Green admitted to the theft, and her attorney asked if she could participate in drug court.

Green owes $2,416 restitution, which she will have to pay at $200 a month as part of the requirements for participating in drug court.

The victim in the case testified, saying she felt diversion was a good idea for Green.

She said that if anything, Green should undergo more counseling that that offered through the program.

Green told District Judge Tom Gregory that she used heroin with her mother.

■ An Indian Hills man is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on Aug. 30 after he waived his preliminary hearing on Friday.

Michael John Cobb, 34, was arrested on July 3 after an altercation at a relative’s home.

Attorney Kris Brown characterized the incident as a big misunderstanding.

Cobb is facing a charge of gross misdemeanor attempted obstruction in connection with the case.