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Stolen Vehicle and Drugs Land Three In Jail

Several people and a couple of vehicles in the Loma Rica Industrial Commercial Area drew the attention of two sheriff deputies that were on patrol in the area. As the deputies were watching, the witnessed a couple of people walking and two vehicles in the business park around 1:30 AM Friday. One of the vehicles drove away so deputies decided to make contact with the group that had gotten into the second vehicle because nobody should have been in the business area at that time of night.
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The owner of the stolen vehicle was contacted and he eventually arrived in Grass Valley to take possession of his car.
Three people were in the second vehicle, Ian Gibson, Jacob Karkanan, and Lisa Rose. Gibson had two warrants for his arrest and was on searchable probation.
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In addition to the key to the stolen vehicle, a container with several chunks of a black substance suspected to be heroin, and a makeup kit with a syringe were also found in the second vehicle.

All three individuals individuals were arrested an booked in to the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility for possession of a stolen vehicle, criminal conspiracy, possession of a narcotic substance, and paraphernalia. Gibson was also picked up on his two warrants as well as violation of parole.

Ian Gibson Not Pictured

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