A man with a gun illegally tucked in his waistband was taken into custody Monday evening. Grass Valley Police were first notified of the man being inside a downtown bar ordering a drink. While the customer was ordering, the gun was brought o the attention of the bartender and the drink was never served. The man left the bar and headed down the street. Police responded to the area but were unable to locate the subject. A short while later a second call came into dispatch.
Police made contact with Isaac Novander, 28, and took possession of the gun. The gun had been rendered inoperable and there was no clip installed. However Novander was arrested for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit.
In a separate incident, a woman ran when she got uncomfortable talking to a police officer.
A female suspect panicked and ran when a Grass Valley police officer stopped to talk with her. According to Grass valley Lieutenant Alex Gammelgard an officer recognized the female as 21 year old Karissa Ladd-Zankich and new she had warrants for her arrest.
At that point Karissa Ladd-Zankich was arrested for possession of narcotics and paraphernalia as well as 30,000 dollars worth of warrants from Yuba County.