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Charges reduced in Jacks Valley incident

Staff Reports

Charges have been reduced against a Jacks Valley man who allegedly drew a knife on his mother’s boyfriend.

Timothy James Pavloff, 29, is facing a misdemeanor charge of drawing a deadly weapon in a threatening matter.

His bail was reduced to $1,800 cash only.



Pavloff was arrested at his mother’s home after he allegedly threatened her boyfriend with a knife.

He was booked last week, and is scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court today.



Pavloff had a blood alcohol content of .490 when he was taken into custody.

■ A Mound House man who is accused of statutory sexual seduction is scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court this morning.

Gabriel Adam Miles, 29, posted $20,000 bail and was released. Miles is accused of having sex with a 14-year-old girl three times.

The incidents allegedly occurred Oct. 12 through Nov. 26 in the Gardnerville Ranchos.

■ A Gardnerville woman was arrested on Dec. 23 after she was reported driving recklessly through Minden and Gardnerville.

Dianne Glover Vigil, 38, was taken into custody after deputies received a report of a reckless driver on Highway 395 at Airport Road.

She was followed by the reporting party until deputies caught up to her. Before she pulled over, she nearly hit a patrol car.

She was taken into custody for driving under the influence of a prescription drug.

■ A Gardnerville Ranchos woman who was on alternative sentencing for domestic battery was arrested on Christmas Eve after she told officers she’d drunk a pint of vodka after leaving their office on Monday.

Leanne Jenene Jennings, 35, is scheduled to appear in East Fork Justice Court today for allegedly violating the conditions of her probation.

■ A complaint against a Gardnerville Ranchos man accused of firing 27 shots in town in an attempt to kill the rescue dog that bit him has been amended to remove resisting arrest.

James Skiman, 61, faces misdemeanor charges of unlawful discharge of a firearm, discharge of a firearm with a .10 blood alcohol content or higher and cruelty to animals.