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Teen back in jail for parole violation

Staff Report

A Gardnerville teenager was back in jail for parole violation days after he was released on house arrest pending a January District Court appearance.

Beau Glave, 18, was being held in Douglas County Jail on $60,000 cash-only bail in connection with his arrest Dec. 11 on new charges.

He was arrested at his Gardnerville Ranchos residence after Glave’s father reported that his son took his truck without permission.

The younger Glave was not allowed to leave the house as a term of his release.

He was charged with possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, alternative sentencing violation and obstructing an officer.

Deputies said he became combative during his arrest and was taken into custody using an arm bar.

Deputies found him hiding in the doorway of his residence. He was in the company of two juveniles.

In addition, Glave tested positive for methamphetamine.

He is to appear today in East Fork Justice Court.

n A 19-year-old Gardnerville woman was arrested Dec. 7 on charges of driving under the influence, hit-and-run and petty larceny.

Callie Cuellar is to appear today in East Fork Justice Court.

A truck driver contacted deputies at 7 a.m. to say that his rig had been clipped by a vehicle that did not stop. He said he was following the suspect’s vehicle south on Highway 395.

Deputies stopped the car driven by Cuellar who at first denied the accident. Damage to her vehicle and the truck matched the victim’s account of what happened.

While investigating the accident, deputies were informed that Cuellar’s car also matched a vehicle wanted in connection with a burglary at the Tillman 7-Eleven.

Cuellar’s passenger was a suspect in the burglary.

She said she distracted the convenience store clerks and drove the vehicle while her passenger took the beer.

Cuellar reportedly told deputies that she and her passenger stole a 40-ounce beer from each 7-Eleven in the Gardnerville Ranchos and returned a third time to take an 18-pack of beer.

She said she drank the 40-ounce beers and three of the 12-ounce beers.

Originally jailed on $27,616 bail, Justice Jim EnEarl reduced Cuellar’s bail to $1,500 cash only.

n A resident of the 600 block of Lassen Way reported Dec. 10 that two bicycles worth $600 each were stolen from the front yard.

He said the Haro BMX bikes were purchased a month ago.

One bicycle is red with “Haro” in yellow. The other bike is black with yellow lettering.

n Christmas decorations were vandalized at two neighborhoods in the Gardnerville Ranchos.

A resident in the 1400 block of James Road said someone apparently ripped off the tabs holding down an inflatable Santa Claus.

He said when he went to bed Dec. 10, the decoration was intact. The next day, the tabs had been removed. Nothing was stolen.

A resident of the 700 block of Hornet reported that someone broke a 24-inch candy cane and knocked a spiral Christmas tree into a lighted reindeer, separating the reindeer’s head from its body.

The base of the Christmas tree also was damaged.

n The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office reported 13 contacts for domestic violence Nov. 30-Dec. 6.

Three were verbal domestic contacts with seven adult arrests for domestic battery.

Two contacts were referred to the district attorney’s office for prosecution.

One contact was referred to the district attorney and juvenile probation for a warrant for domestic battery against a victim’s mother.

Six juveniles witnessed domestic violence with one juvenile referral to the district attorney for an arrest warrant.

The Family Support Council submitted three requests for temporary protection orders to East Fork Justice Court with two approvals and one denial.

Three requests were made for anti-stalking and harassment orders with two approvals and one denial.

Connie Richardson, sheriff’s office domestic violence prevention coordinator, said the average range for domestic violence contacts is 10-12 per week this time of year.

The range for children witnessing domestic violence is 7-9 per week with 0-2 juvenile suspects per week.

The average range for protection orders is 3-5 and anti-stalking and harassment orders is 2-4 per week.