DCSO Arrest Multiple Suspects in E-Bike Thefts

Douglas County Sheriffs Arrest Multiple Suspects in E-Bike Thefts
Posted on 05/28/2024
Douglas County Sheriffs Arrest Multiple Suspects in E-Bike Thefts

Douglas County, NV - On Sunday May 26, 2024 at 7:55 pm, DCSO Deputies investigated a series of e-bike thefts across Douglas County. During the course of the investigation, Deputies identified several suspects driving a white Dodge panel van. The suspects were eventually located at Walmart, in Gardnerville. Deputies recovered four e-bikes, valued at approximately $5,900.00.

Deputies arrested Victor Anguiano from San Pablo, CA, age 29, bail was set at $53,149.00, Emmanuel Villagomez-Morales from San Pablo, CA, age 31, bail was set at $58,152.00, Angel Ruiz-Arroyo from San Pablo, CA, age 26, bail was set at $44,283.00, and Jesus Garcia from Richmond, CA, age 38, bail was set at $48,155.00.  All four individuals were booked into the Douglas County Jail for Burglary, Conspiracy, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possessing Stolen Property, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Home Invasion.


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The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office serves as the County’s only local law enforcement agency. Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, incorporated in 1861, has a long-standing motto of “A Tradition of Service,” which speaks to its commitment to protect and serve the citizens and visitors of Douglas County. The agency remains dedicated to maintaining the quality of life enjoyed throughout our community, and ensuring the county is a safe place to live, work and visit.

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