On August 29th at approximately 11:20 PM, El Dorado County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to Marshall Medical Center for a patient that had been shot in the chest with an arrow. A 68 year old male had been transported to Marshall Medical Center’s Emergency Room by private vehicle with an apparent arrow wound. Deputies responded and determined that the incident occurred in the town of Rescue at the victim’s residence. The suspect, 35 year old Michael Raley had fled the scene immediately after the incident. El Dorado County Sheriff Detectives were called to the incident and conducted an investigation. It was determined that Raley and the victim were acquaintances and were staying at the same property. At approximately 11:00 PM, there was a disturbance between Raley and another individual. The victim attempted to intervene when Raley allegedly shot him with a crossbow. Raley was located several hours later and arrested by El Dorado County Detectives. He was subsequently booked for attempted murder. The victim is still hospitalized and is in critical condition.
On July 13, 2020, the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office was called regarding two girls who had run away from a local group home and had been picked up by an unknown person. The staff initially followed the vehicle and provided a description. Deputies set up in numerous locations throughout the county and notified neighboring agencies.
About an hour later, the vehicle was located on Mormon Emigrant Trail by Sheriff’s Deputies. The girls were safely rescued and the driver, 29-year-old Edward Gray of Tracy, Ca, was arrested without incident. Edward has been booked into EDC Jail for human trafficking, kidnapping under the age of 14, pimping, pandering and criminal threats. His bail is currently set at $5.7 million.
Today at 3:23pm, El Dorado County Sheriff Deputies responded to the report of a small plane that crashed in the community of Meyers in the South Lake Tahoe Basin. When Deputies arrived, they found a single engine plane crumpled and upside down in a wooded area. There were two people on board the plane. One person was deceased and the other was taken to Renown Hospital in Reno and their condition in unknown. El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office is in communication with the FAA and NTSB who will be conducting an investigation into the cause of the crash. The identity of those on board the plane will not be released until their identity is confirmed and family have been notified.