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Two Suspects Nabbed in Boreal Ridge Snowboard Thefts

A combination of good police work, attentive staff, and Craigslist landed two suspects in jail on Monday. Nevada County Sheriff’s Deputy, David Lade, said one suspect allegedly rented two high quality snowboards using a credit card at Boreal Ridge Ski Resort last week and never returned the equipment.
Click here to listen to Deputy David Lade

Boreal staff attempted to make contact with the susepect via facebook but were unsuccessful. Staff next started searching the internet website Craigslist looking for ads for snowboards for sale.

Click here to listen to Deputy David Lade

Staff contacted the law enforcement in the area that the ad was posted, and attempted to make an appointment to meet the sellers.
Click here to listen to Deputy David Lade

The two suspects were located at Boreal. One suspect carrying an alleged stolen board at the base of the mountain and the second suspect  was located by security and escorted down the mountain. Through investigation the two suspects were taken into custody one for embezzlement of both boards and the second for possession of one allegedly stolen board. During booking it was discsovered that he two suspects claimed to be brothers- but with different names.
JAMES MARK CANERDA, 25 of Suisun CA was booked for felony embezzlement of items under lease, and RANDALL CHARLES DOYLE, 35 of Sacramento was booked for buying and receiving stolen property greater than 400 dollars.

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