Woman steals Tesla, collides with another at Nevada charging station Nellie Valerie Sieh was arrested early Friday and faces a charge of grand larceny of a car or truck. (NCD)
LAS VEGAS — A female is accused of stealing a Tesla and attempting to avoid Nevada state police just before crashing into yet another Tesla that was at a charging station, authorities claimed.
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Nellie Valerie Sieh, 24, was arrested early Friday and faces a demand of grand larceny of a auto, according to Clark County on the internet booking data.
In accordance to Lt. Michael Rodriguez of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Section, the electrical car or truck was taken from the parking lot of the Excalibur Lodge & Casino in Las Vegas at about 1:30 a.m. PDT, KSNV-Tv documented.
The owner of the stolen vehicle was able to remotely keep track of it to a charging station in Primm, found southwest of Las Vegas near the California point out line, KVVU-Tv set documented.
Troopers from the Nevada Freeway Patrol arrived and attempted to detain Sieh, who drove off and crashed into another Tesla at the charging station, according to the tv station. The next Tesla sustained main problems, troopers explained.
No accidents had been claimed, KSNV noted.
Bail for Sieh was established at $5,000, according to on the internet booking records. She is scheduled to show up in court on Saturday, records clearly show.
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