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Two Separate Vehicle Theft Suspects Caught

A suspect was arrested by one agency had charges added by a second agency when booked into the jail Thursday morning. Grass Valley Police Sgt Alex Gammelgard says the incident began in Nevada City but had a connection to Grass Valley.
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After talking to the driver, 61 year orld Terrence Marquez of North San Juan,  Nevada City Police suspected the car might be stolen and contacted Grass Valley police requesting assistance with contacting the vehicle’s owner who lives a Grass Valley.
Click here to listen to Sgt Alex Gammelgard

Marquez who had been arrested by Nevada City Police for the DUI had vehicle theft charges added by Grass Valley Police and booked into Wayne Brown Correctional Facility.

In an incident earlyThanksgiving morning, Grass Valley police recovered a stolen motorcycle, and have a suspect in custody after a well coordinated foot chase that led the suspect to waiting sheriff’s deputies.

Sgt. Alex Gammelgard says about 5:20 am a Grass Valley officer on routine patrol in Nevada City saw a red and white dual sport motorcycle near Searles Avenue  that matched the description of   motorcycles recently stolen from Marks Cycle in Grass Valley  and another one stolen in Truckee,  and he began to follow the vehicle.
Click here to listen to Sgt. Alex Gammelgard

The motorcycle Vaughn was riding was reported stolen out of Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. Vonn told police after his arrest that he has family in Grass Valley but had not visited the area for over 20 years. He was booked into the Wayne Brown Correctional Facilty.  where he spent thanksgiving.

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