Sheriff’s Office Detectives Arrest Three Suspects Connected to the Armed Robbery in Incline Village

Incline Village, NV…Detectives with the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations and Investigations Division arrested three suspects connected to the armed robbery at the Incline Village Chevron from Wednesday, January 2, 2013 at approximately 8:45 p.m.

Washoe County Sheriff’s Detectives began working closely together with investigators from the Placer County Sheriff’s Office since the Incline Village Chevron crime was similar to an armed robbery that occurred on Saturday, December 30, 2012 at 9:09 p.m. at the Kings Beach Liquor Store at 8645 N. Lake Blvd. being investigated by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.

After an extensive investigation, Washoe County and Placer County Sheriff’s detectives were able to develop probable cause on three subjects connected to the Incline Village Chevron Armed Robbery. Two undisclosed 17-year-old male juveniles were located, arrested, transported and booked into the Jan Evans Juvenile Justice Center without incident. The third suspect, Jorge Miranda-Rivas an 18-year-old Incline Village resident, was also located and arrested without incident. All three suspects were charged with Robbery with a Deadly Weapon, Conspiracy to Commit Robbery, Grand Larceny of an Automobile and Conspiracy to Commit Grand Larceny of an Automobile. Miranda-Rivas is being held at the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility on $82,500 bail (booking photo below).

The investigation is still on-going in both Washoe and Placer County. Anyone with information regarding this armed robbery investigation are encouraged to contact a detective with the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office at 775-328-3336, Secret Witness at 775-322-4900,, or text the tip to 847411 (TIP 411) keyword – SW.1300006_69UA

One Response to "Sheriff’s Office Detectives Arrest Three Suspects Connected to the Armed Robbery in Incline Village"

  1. 4arizonaLaw   January 17, 2013, 9:36 pm at 9:36 pm

    More Governor Brown Dream Act recipients doing the jobs that legal law abiding U.S. citizens won’t do.