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Suspect Arrested While Complaining About Ex-Girlfriend

A male subject, that was concerned his ex-girlfriend might be trying to kill him, ended up in jail instead of her. Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal says that 29 year old Kyle Bowers took the bus to the Wayne brown Correctional Facility on order to complain about his ex-girlfriend.
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kyle-bowers1Deputies observed Bowers acting strangely as he told his story.
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Bowers was released a while after booking only to be re-arrested by Grass Valley Police later that evening for an alleged trespassing charge at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital.

A man and a woman were caught in the act of burglarizing a building on Little Valley Road Thursday afternoon. The Nevada County Sheriff Office received a call from a person watching the suspects attempting to break into a neighbors house and vehicles on the property. When deputies arrived they spotted a white Jeep in the driveway and officers noticed something as they identified themselves and approached the vehicle
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Edmunds,-Matthew Caulfield,-AlexandriaSheriff Keith Royal says the couple had a number of items in the vehicle along with some drug related material as well.
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Suspects Matthew Edmunds and Alexandria Caufield were booked into the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility on a variety of charges.

In the South County, Nevada County Sheriff deputies responded to a call in Lake of The Pines of an intoxicated individual damaging a house close to midnight Thursday. Sheriff Keith Royal says that the suspect Casey Merrill was under the influence; and on the way to the house a second call related to the incident came in.
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Merrill,-CaseyUpon arrival the victim pointed out damage Merill, who was the victims son, had done to the house.
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Merill was located sitting on the floor in a bathroom of the residence and was taken into custody for felony vandalism.

In an unrelated incident, a suspect familiar to Nevada City Police and Nevada County Sheriff’s officers was arrested again on drug related charges. Nevada County Sheriff’s Lt Steve Tripp says a deputy received information that Patrick Carter was wanted on a no bail warrant for probation violations.

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Carter was booked into the Wayne Brown Correctional Facility.

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