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Domestic Violence, Drugs, and Warrants Lead to Separate Sheriff Arrests

A neighbor concerned for a woman that lived next door following a domestic disturbance called the sheriff late Saturday afternoon. Sheriff Keith Royal says deputies responded to the Camelia Way address and spoke to the potential victim. Initially the woman was uncooperative so the deputies went to interview the witness. According to the witness, the suspect, 20 year old Christopher McClellan Signor, had physically constrained the victim.
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Eventually deputies do make contact with McClellan Signor and immediately notice he has several knives on his person.
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Deputies also located a capped syringe on his person and discovered he had a 7500 dollar warrant for his arrest from El Dorado County.
McClellan Signor  was booked into the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility for assaulting his girlfriend, possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia as well as the outstanding warrant.

In a separate incident on Sunday near Clear Creek School on McCourtney Road deputies responded to a suspicious activity call. As deputies were responding they spotted a Justin Greco on Spenceville road who was familair to the officers. The deputies went to Greco’s known residence, identified all of the vehicles that Greco was known to drive, and knocked on the door. Officers were greeted by a woman that said Justin Greco was not at the house.
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While escorting the deputies into the house it became apparent Greco had fled through another door and the woman pointed officers in the opposite direction. However, deputies could see the suspect fleeing through a field attempting to remove something from his clothing. A fleet footed deputy chased Greco down.
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Justin Greco was taken into custody and booked for his outstanding warrants, fresh drug and paraphernalia charges, and resisting arrest.

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