Man arrested after backing into deputy’s leg |

Man arrested after backing into deputy’s leg


An accused reckless driver was arrested near Grant Avenue in Gardnerville on Wednesday evening.

David E. Baxley, 31, faces an assault with a deadly weapon charge out of East Fork Justice Court. He was booked in lieu of $25,000.

Baxley was arrested after he allegedly backed into the leg of a Douglas County deputy during a traffic stop.

After the deputy was injured, Baxley ran away from the scene of the incident at the Grant Walmart.

He was located by deputies and then taken into custody after being knocked to the ground.

A man who allegedly bit and strangled a woman during a stay at a Lake Tahoe hotel was arrested Nov. 11 for assault.

Gabriel L. Castro, 31, of Concord, Calif., was taken into custody on charges of felony domestic battery and false imprisonment around noon on Veterans Day.

Security called deputies after the victim turned up with injuries at the front desk at Edgewood Lodge from the incident including a bleeding ear and choke marks on her neck.

Deputies sought the man, but he appeared to leave the hotel 3:30 a.m. He was arrested eight hours later near the hotel.

A Galt, Calif., man was taken into custody early Thursday morning on a parole violation.

Bradley M. Stribling, 28, was arrested in Carson Valley at 6 a.m.

A man who has done prison time instead of paying his child support was back in custody last week on a parole violation.

Jeremi Schortgen, 41, has been sent to prison twice for not supporting his children, once in 2012 and again last year.

He was paroled on a 12-48-month sentence in September.

He was arrested on Nov. 7 near his Topaz Ranch Estates home.