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Concrete Business Owner Indicated For Pot and Pills

Narcotics investigators served search warrants on six different properties and confiscated hundreds of pound of marijuana. Sheriff Narcotics Sergeant Guy Selleck says last week search warrants served on six different pieces of property in the county area. Selleck says the properties were in the Chicago Park and Nevada City areas.
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Selleck says his team will be meeting with the district attorney to determine if the DA will take the case or if it should be prosecuted in federal court. Over a hundred pounds of marijuana was seized. Jones allegedly told investigators he had already sold a quantity of marijuana to a coop. Jones is the owner of a local concrete business.

In a separate incident, a local man well known to law enforcement is again behind bars. Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal says 34 year-old Jared Gartin was seen by a deputy in the area of McDonald’s Tuesday evening. Royal says Gartin has had several warrants for his arrest in the past.
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And it turns out Gartin was wanted in Placer County, so he was taken to the Placer County Jail in Auburn.
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Gartin’s warrant was for failure to appear in court.

1 Comment

November 6, 2013


Why is he on the streets of GV and NC. Possibly because this is a good place to be with your fellow felons. On the street and running free.

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