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Two Arrests For Vehicle Break-Ins at GV Tow Yard


Two arrests regarding a weekend break-in at a tow yard in Grass Valley. Police Sergeant Joe Mattioni says the towyard is on Railroad Avenue… click to listen to Sgt. Mattioni Mattioni says the department soon after got a tip related … Read more >

Salvation Army to Open Cold Weather Shelter tonight


Officials with the Salvation Army have already decided they will open a shelter for the homeless this evening. click to listen to Patti Kyle Patti Kyle with the Salvation Army says the bus will be starting the pick up route … Read more >

DNA Hit Results in an Arrest for Auto Theft


Going back to July 2nd of this year Grass Valley Police were called to the area of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital for a report of a stolen vehicle. Lt. Alex Gammelgard says an area check was initiated but the vehicle … Read more >

Suspect Arrested in BerryHill Apartment After Fleeing Grass Valley Police


A Suspect with two outstanding warrants was taken into custody by Grass Valley Police last (Sunday) Night after attempting to elude officers. click to listen to Lt. Gammelgard Grass Valley Police Lt. Alex Gammelgard says the vehicle, driven by 23 … Read more >

Suspect in Drug Arrests Friday Breaks Police Car Window


Grass Valley Police responded to a report of someone selling methamphetamine in broad daylight out of a vehicle that was parked at 150 Glasson Way , near Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. Grass Valley Police Lt. Alex Gammelgard says the call … Read more >

CHP Officer Offering Assistance Also Makes Arrests


Two women have been arrested on a number of felony and misdemeanor drug charges on a Nevada County stretch of Highway 20. CHP Officer Greg Tassone says an officer saw the driver coming the other way, near Pine Flat Way, … Read more >

Injury Crash Triggered By Moving Unoccupied Car


Two significant injuries in a three-vehicle accident on Highway 49 this past weekend..and one of the vehicles was unoccupied, but moving, at the time. It started out as a separate, non-injury, two-vehicle collision, north of Alta Sierra Drive, Saturday afternoon. … Read more >

Senator Gaines Helps Woman Flooded With Citations


A woman who mistakenly received 55 citations in the mail for not paying bridge tolls in the Bay Area finally ended up getting help from Nevada County’s State Senator. Ted Gaines says the Modoc County woman, 74-year-old Richann Flynn, had … Read more >

80-Year-Old Injured Airlfifted South Yuba River


An injured 80-year-old hiker had to be airlifted from backcountry on a South Yuba River trail in Nevada County over the weekend. Carol Blake of Sacramento tells KNCO she was on a day hike, about two miles from the campground, … Read more >

Another Marijuana Home Invasion Robbery


Marijuana was again the target of a home invasion robbery in Nevada County over the weekend. Sheriff’s Lieutenant Bill Smethers says it occurred Sunday afternoon at a home on Grizzly Hill Road… click to listen to Lt. Smethers The victim … Read more >

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