Sportsman’s Warehouse burglary suspects identified

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Updated: 7/30 2:15 pm
UPDATE: 2:03 a.m. 7/30/2014

RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The suspects of the Sportsman's Warehouse have been identified as 28-year-old male Keegan Vaughn, and 26-year-old female Crystal Rice. Both are residents of California.

While this case is still under investigation, Vaughn has two unrelated warrants for his arrest in California.

Reno Police Department is working closely with Federal agencies, the Washoe District Attorney’s Office and the State of California for additional charges and extradition for both suspects back to the State of Nevada.

Anyone with additional information on this case -- or the subjects arrested -- are being asked to contact the Reno Police Department at (775) 334-2140, Secret Witness at (775) 332-4900 or to text the tip to 847411 (TIP 411) keyword – SW.




UPDATE: 7:29 a.m. 7/30/2014

RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- After a chase and arrest with two people now in police custody, officials comment on the use of helicopters in the pursuit.

"They were able to follow that vehicle from a very safe distance, which allowed our officers to back off -- which had an immediate effect on the pursuit. The vehicle slowed down as a response to us backing off which made it a little more safe. They were still driving at very unsafe speeds and unsafe conditions, which turned out to be crashing," said Lt. Scott Dugan with the Reno Police Department.

According to Reno Police, the two are suspected to be the two people wanted for robbing the Sportsman's Warehouse on Kietzke Lane on Monday.



RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- Two people are in police custody after a car and foot pursuit involving multiple law enforcement agencies from Nevada and California on Tuesday night.

According to Reno Police, officials received a tip from the Northern Nevada Regional Intelligence Center regarding a male and female were spotted near the Cabela's store near Boomtown. The suspects fled the scene heading westbound on Interstate 80 towards California, when they crashed their car into the median near Floriston.

The suspects fled on foot, but a helicopter was able to locate the pair soon. They were arrested by CHP troopers, and will be prosecuted in California.NHP will file a warrent to have the pair prosecuted in Nevada, as well.

According to Reno Police, the two are suspected to be the two people wanted for robbing the Sportsman's Warehouse on Kietzke Lane on Monday.

The Reno Police Department was assisted by the Washoe County Sheriff's Office, CHP, NHP, and a RAVEN helicopter.


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sierra11 - 7/30/2014 5:17 PM
1 Vote
I wish they would make them "smile" so we could all see their Meth Mouth!

LASD1096 - 7/30/2014 3:22 PM
1 Vote
looking closer at their mugshots, she looks stoned and dazed and very tired, he looks mad and if she was right next to him, he would beat her ass for them getting caught!! What an intelligent looking pair of losers.

Bubbles - 7/30/2014 3:03 PM
2 Votes
More fine upstanding loser meth heads.

LASD1096 - 7/30/2014 2:31 PM
3 Votes
I am shocked! They are such nice, clean cut and well bred looking meth freaks, what would have made them suspect. Stupid idiots, deserved what they got.

Kramer - 7/30/2014 2:05 PM
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CHP doesn't use the term "troopers"

waddy11 - 7/30/2014 10:02 AM
1 Vote
The grammar police strike again.

Denton - 7/30/2014 9:35 AM
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rob räb/ verb gerund or present participle: robbing take property unlawfully from (a person or place) by force or threat of force. "he tried, with three others, to rob a bank" synonyms: steal from; More informalmug, jump, roll "he robbed an old woman" cheat (out), swindle (out), defraud (out); informaldo out, con out, fleece (out); informalstiff (out) "she was robbed of her savings" informal overcharge (someone) for something. "Bob thinks my suit cost $100, and even then he thinks I was robbed" synonyms: overcharge; More informalrip off, sting, have, diddle, gouge "if you paid $300 for that watch, you were robbed" informaldialect steal. "he accused her of robbing the cream out of his chocolate eclair" synonyms: burgle, burglarize, steal from, hold up, break into; More raid, loot, plunder, pillage; informalknock off, stick up "the gang robbed the local bank" deprive (someone or something) of something needed, deserved, or significant. "poor health has robbed her of a normal social life" synonyms: deprive, strip, divest; More deny "a dubious call robbed him of his championship title" ```````````````````````` So rob can be used when talking about a PLACE! But, enough of you want to be teachers on keyboards. LOL LE did an excellent job finding these two and they will serve a long time behind bars. For those who want to know LE = Law enforcement. Now pick apart my comments, LMAO.

donlar - 7/30/2014 9:33 AM
2 Votes
C'mon give the reporter/writer a break! Not really that bad for a fifth grade journalism student!

AGST8 - 7/30/2014 8:32 AM
2 Votes
The proper term is burglarized, they did not rob anyone.
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