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July 12 Crime Report


See Thursday, July 9 entry

Of Interest

Brandon Moore-Montgomery was sentenced July 1 to 15 years in prison for killing his father. In June 2014, Moore-Montgomery went to his parents’ home with a loaded gun, where he engaged in a domestic dispute with his mother and father. He eventually shot his father seven times, striking him four of those times. Moore-Montgomery will be eligible for parole after serving five years.

Sunday, July 5

Around 7 p.m., officers responded to a report of a deceased subject in the 4000 block of Gardella Avenue. On arrival, they found a female subject had died under suspicious circumstances. Officers interviewed the woman’s domestic partner and an autopsy confirmed the death was a homicide. The domestic partner was arrested on murder charges and found to be in possession of firearms, despite his criminal history preventing him from owning or possessing firearms. Cory Brewer was arrested for murder and ownership/possession of a gun by a prohibited person. The murder victim was identified as Kirsten Krasovec.

Officers are seeking three black or hispanic male adults in a robbery with use of a firearm on Parkview.

Officers are seeking the suspects in a commercial burglary on West 7th Street. The business owner responded to an alarm and discovered merchandise had been stolen. The total loss has not been disclosed. The suspects are described as #1: white male adult, mid 20s to mid 30s, last seen wearing a blue sweatshirt; #2: white female adult, mid 20s, blonde hair, last seen wearing a light colored top and blue jean shorts; #3: white male adult, mid 30s, last seen wearing a baseball cap; #4: white male adult, last seen wearing a blue shirt.

Anthony Galbraith was arrested during a traffic stop on Meadowood Mall Lane for reckless driving, possession of meth, and no driver’s license.

Monday, July 6

Officers responded to a reported shooting and victim with a gunshot wound on South Virginia Street. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and the investigation is ongoing.

Michael Smith was arrested for causing a disturbance on Evans Avenue. When police tried to arrest him, Smith became combative and verbally abusive.

Tuesday, July 7

Adam Kenoyer was arrested after attempting to steal a bike in the area around Virginia and Commercial.

Charles Cowgill was arrested for open and gross lewdness on Kietzke Lane.

Wednesday, July 8

Michael Miller has registered as a Tier III Sex Offender. Miller will be residing in the 400 block of Holcomb Ranch Lane and is currently unemployed. He is in compliance with all sex offender laws and is not currently wanted by law enforcement.

An arrest has been made in the 2013 homicide of seven month old Manuel Medina. Manuel’s father, Enrique Medina, has been charged with the murder of his son. No further details are being released at this time.

Around 1 a.m., a suspect took a set of keys from the valet booth at the Nugget and located the vehicle the keys belonged to.     The vehicle is a white, 2014 Hyundai Tucson 4wd, with California registration 7ETZ815. The suspect appears to be a black male adult, 25-35 years of age, 5’7″-5’9″, with a medium build, and a goatee. He was last seen wearing a white tank top with a cartoon design on the front, and dark blue or black shorts.

Police are seeking a suspect in a residential burglary that took place on Selmi. The victim returned home to find the suspect inside his home, wherein a struggle ensued. The suspect is described as a black male adult, mid 20s, 6’, 180 pounds, black hair, brown eyes, last seen wearing a light gray sweatshirt.

Thursday, July 9

The Washoe County Sheriffs Office is asking for the public’s help in finding burglary suspect Ashton Spohn. Spohn is wanted for vehicle theft in the area of Sun Valley Blvd. and 2nd Street. Spohn is described as a white male, 5’10”, 140 pounds with hazel eyes and short blonde hair. Officers made contact with him in the area where the theft took place, but lost him when he fled on foot across Sun Valley Blvd. toward Carol Drive.

Friday, July 10

Kenneth Montano was sentenced to life in prison today for committing sexual crimes against children as young as seven years old. The case began in Nov. 2014 when Montano became suicidal and admitted he’d inappropriately touched a child. He was convicted in Colorado in the early 90s. Montano will be eligible for parole once he has served 65 years in prison, the maximum sentence allowed by law.

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