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Foul Play Possible Regarding Missing GV Man

A Grass Valley man whose home was searched for evidence of drug trafficking this summer is still missing and law enforcement is now looking into whether foul play might possibly be involved. Nevada County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Rob Bringolf says a warrant was served by the Narcotics Task Force, in June, at the home of 48-year-old Donald Nader, on Lawrence Way, where he lived with his wife and children. But he says Nader’s whereabouts were unknown…

click to listen to Lt Bringolf

Bringolf says it’s not believed that Nader was ever a drug trafficking suspect. But he says an arrest warrant has been issued for Nader’s wife, Marnay, who has eluded authorities…

click to listen to Lt Bringolf

Bringolf says the drugs may have included methamphetamine and psilocybin mushrooms. Several firearms were also seized. Meanwhile, he says the home has been searched again this week, but this time to determine whether a crime has been committed or whether Nader is simply missing. If you have any information that you feel could help with the case, call the Sheriff’s Department’s Major Crimes Unit (at 265-1263).

1 Comment

December 29, 2018

Mary m

I want everyone to no my cousin DJ is a good person he served 2times in the service for are country' all I ask is for god bring my cousin back home so are family can have some closer it has been hard to find out about this terrible tragedy in the papers and thru his mom I love you cousin .just so everyone now's DJ has a big extended family and we are so sadden to hear about this news .

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