Some people around Grass Valley have a difficult time following the rules and as a result end up back in jail. Grass valley Police Sgt Jason Perry says that suspects with outstanding warrants for other crimes were were arrested for possession of drug related items, evading officers, and theft. The first arrest involved drug activity and two vehicles on Mill Street Thursday.
The suspect Trent Crovo was found to be on searchable probation.*
Crovo was in possession of over a half gram of suspected heroin.
A second incident involved a suspect familiar to Grass Valley law enforcement.
The officer circled the block and attempted to make contact with the suspect, Paul Dempster.
Dempster was arrested for resisting arrest and his outstanding warrants.
The third incident involved a suspected shoplifter at the Quikstop on Hughes Road.
The suspect was identified as Kaetlin Sulley who had several warrants for her arrest.
A store employee was able to retrieve the stolen property so theft was not included with Sulley’s charges.
Two additional suspects were also arrested by police or sheriff officers for probation violations and warrants following traffic stops for vehicle violations.