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More Arrests Linked to Vehicle Burglaries

Another set of arrests take place at a Grass Valley residence. Following up on a lead from arrests made on Monday regarding vehicle break-ins, Grass Valley Police arrested five more suspects Tuesday. Sergeant Clint Bates says the property the officer spotted is related to a daytime burglary that occurred in early February and is valued at approximately 5000 dollars.
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Whitman,-Joshua123 year-old Joshua Whitman was located outside the Buena Vista Street residence and arrested on a local warrant as well as being in possession of paraphernalia.

Wedge,-James140 year-old James Wedge was located in a bedroom and was in possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia.

Roylance,-Chad-1A residence of the house, 38 year-old Chad Roylance was arrested for receiving stolen property.
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39 year-old Rachel Vennedge, who is also a tenant, was taken into custody for possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia.

Hall,-Kyle1And a fifth suspect wanted for a felony warrant, 33 year-old Kyle Hall was also inside.
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That brings the total number of arrests to nine over two days a the same residence.

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