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Man released with GPS device

A man who allegedly pointed a gun at his spouse during an argument was released on his own recognizance Wednesday.

Marc William Crossley, 40, will have to wear a GPS device and was ordered to stay away from the victim while out of custody.

Defense attorney Maria Pence said Crossley was a Marine who was injured on active duty. She said Crossley's firearms have been confiscated.

East Fork Justice of the Peace Pro Tem Paul Gilbert ordered Crossley to return to court on Oct. 7.

The incident occurred on Saturday.

■ A man in prison on multiple car theft counts in Carson City waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over on one count of vehicle theft in Douglas County.

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Michael Kitts Baumgardner, 32, is being held at Northern Nevada Correctional Center.

He is accused of the Oct. 4, 2014, theft of a 1996 Honda Accord from the parking lot of Carson Valley Plaza.

The vehicle was recovered in Carson City after Baumgardner was taken into custody there on five counts involved with a stolen and stripped vehicle.

According to documents supporting a warrant in the case, Baumgardner was being investigated for taking Hondas and selling them for parts.

He is scheduled to appear in Douglas County District Court on Oct. 19.

■ An Indian Hills resident reported on Wednesday that she'd found her silver Jeep had been ransacked.

The vehicle was parked in the 800 block of Amador Circle.

About $10 in coins and a Nikon camera were missing.

■ A Gardnerville resident reported his Dodge pickup had been burglarized sometime Sept. 25-28.

The pickup was parked in the 1400 block of Highway 395. The owner reported on Monday morning that he found the door ajar, with several items lying on the ground outside.

He said a green bag cooler containing several food items, nine DVDs belonging to the Douglas County Public Library and several items of women's clothing were missing.

■ The operator of the FISH Thrift store in Gardnerville reported Tuesday someone used a rock to break the charity's truck windshield.

The truck had been parked at 1200 Service Drive.

A Gardnerville Ranchos woman reported Sept. 16 that she found five holes that looked like they were from a BB Gun.

She said the black Jeep was parked in the 900 block of Sweetwater Drive overnight.