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Deputies Arrest Grass Valley Man with Identity Crisis

A Grass Valley man with an apparent identity crisis and an outstanding felony warrant has been arrested again. The Nevada County Sheriff’s narcotics task force came into contact with Jayson Edward Rose in a parking lot on the Nevada City Highway Thursday around 3pm. When asked, Rose would not admit his identity, offering a false name. Sgt bill Smethers with the Nevada County Sheriff’s office says deputies removed Rose from the vehicle and he resisted arrest.

“When they forcibly removed him from the vehicle, he continued struggling with the officers. They found some pills inside the vehicle like he was trying to throw them as they were trying to get him out of the car. He had a felony arrest. He struggled with officers and they took him to jail for the warrant and being in possession of the controlled substance, resisting arrest along with violation of probation.”

Rose was also arrested last July when he was spotted riding in his mother’s vehicle by Grass Valley Police. Rose was wearing a wig at the time to try to disguise his identity from officers. He was arrested on suspicion of burglary. Rose is being held at the Wayne Brown correctional facility without bail, now facing additional charges.

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