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Eviction Notice Leads To Abuse and Drug Arrest

An attempt to enforce an eviction notice at a Dorsey Drive apartment ended with an arrest for alleged dependent abuse and drug related charges. Nevada County Sheriff’s deputies enforcing an eviction at the Grass Valley apartment called Grass Valley Police when they suspected potential abuse of a disabled person at the apartment. Sgt Steve Johnson says offices arrive to find horrid living conditions.
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Wright,-Ian1Officers learned that two people lived at the apartment a 49 year disabled woman and 54 year old male, Ian Wright.
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Medical personnel transported the woman to Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital for evaluation and treatment. Then officers learned of Mr. Wright’s role in the relationship.
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A further search of Wright’s person turned up numerous bindles of suspected methamphetamine and a glass smoking pipe.
Wright was taken into custody for suspected dependent abuse, possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia, and possession with intent to sell narcotics.
In another  incident in the same apartment complex, a  suspect arrested twice since December was taken into custody for a third time Thursday when Grass Valley Police responded to a call of a domestic dispute at a Segsworth Way apartment complex. Upon arrival officers knocked on the dorr of the apartment.
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Hauck,-Ryan-recent1Sgt Johnson says Ryan Hauck was hiding more than himself in the closet.
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Though the Hauck and female had been arguing, there had been no physical altercation so Hauck was taken into custody for possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia as well as being under the influence of a controlled substance.

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