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Multiple 911 Calls Draw Law Enforcement

A Grass Valley man was arrested after several frantic 911 calls originating from his home drew the attention of law enforcement. Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal says Deputies went to a Lime Kiln Road Home, Sunday evening. Sheriff Royal says the first call was asking for help, the second call a short time later a second call said every thing was ok.  A third call was received again asking for help. When deputies arrived a male with no shirt and blood on his arms refused to allow deputies to speak with the woman in the house. Sheriff Royal says the male was very upset.
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Deputies tazed the man and quickly handcuffed him. They were then able to check on the woman and found she had not suffered injures in what turned out to be a very vocal argument. The male was taken into custody for interfering with the deputies.

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