Wednesday around 5pm a Nevada county Sheriff’s Narcotics officer stopped a vehicle that was crossing over the double yellow lines at Sutton Way and Dorsey Drive. Sheriff Keith Royal says the officer recognized the driver as 30 year old Donald Gilbert Hundevadt of Grass Valley and from his prior history with law enforcement was known to be on probation. Hundevadt was pulled over and during questioning the officer noticed a knife in his front pocket which turned out to be a switchblade which the sheriff says is illegal. The search continued.
“What we find on his person is every pocket, it seemed like, had a drug, controlled substances, pills, syringes, spoons, a variety of things. In his back pocket he had brass knuckles, which again, are against the law.”
The sheriff says a First Aid kit was also found in the vehicle which contained more syringes and drug paraphernalia.
Hundevadt was booked on a variety of charges including weapons charges, possession of controlled substances and drug paraphernalia, and being under the influence of a controlled substance.