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Grass Valley Suspects Arrested In Placer County Pursuit

Two Grass Valley residents have been arrested after a high-speed pursuit that began in Lincoln. Placer County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Nelson Resendes says a deputy attempted to pull them over on North Foothills Boulevard…

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Resendes says the driver, 31-year-old Lindsey Papola, eventually pulled over at the intersection of Athens Avenue and Fiddyment Road. The passenger was 34-year-old Mario Rose-Berumen. A search of their car turned up a number of weapons-related items…

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The suspects were both arrested for possession of stolen property, with Papola also charged with evading a pursuing peace officer in the opposite lane of traffic.

1 Comment

July 25, 2021

Dick Goesinya

Why do they keep letting people out of jail that commit crimes like this and had warrants for their arrest? These two people will kill somebody sooner or later …you get the government you vote for and when libtards run every aspect of our government you get an unsafe place to live

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