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Employee Gets Scare When Opening Newspaper

It’s being described as a bizarre case by the Grass Valley Police Department. Police Sergeant Brian Blakemore says an unsuspecting employee retrieved her business’ daily copy of the Union newspaper yesterday morning, at an office on Idaho Maryland Road. Upon opening it, she got more than she was expecting…

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Police thought, at the time, that the only reason to place it where it was, and how it was positioned, would be an attempt to cause harm. The employee sustained a minor cut, but Blakemore says it appeared to be an intentional act…

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However, the department now says, after communicating with the newspaer, they have determined that the object was in fact a piece of machinery used during the printing and processing of newspapers for distribution, and that it likely became inadvertently attached. In a Facebook post by Grass Valley Police, they apologize for any concern, and wanted to ensure that the proper information was posted.

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