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Marijuana Loan Results in Dispute

A $24 thousand dollar loan over marijuana turned into a dispute between two men when one of the parties tried to collect. Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal says last (Tuesday) night they received a call from a victim who had left his residence in the 22-thousand block of Perimeter road in South County and was calling from a Casino in Placer County to report vehicles and other property had been taken from his residence at gunpoint.

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The victim, 31 year old James Kinney, met up with deputies at a gas station on Combie Rd. and took them to his residence where the theft had occurred.

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The suspect was identified as a 59 year old Joseph Axtell who was on searchable probation so officers went to his residence in the 19-thousand block of Valley Vista Drive in Penn Valley.

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They could see 3 vehicles in the garage that matched the description of the ones that had been stolen from the victim. Inside the home, deputies also found a loaded Remington 22 caliber Rife, a loaded Marlin Rifle several cell phones and the big screen TV that had been taken from the victims home.

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Axtell was taken into custody for robbery, vehicle Theft, receiving known stolen property, probation violation and being an ex-felon with a firearm. Deputies say they are still searching for the other suspect.

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