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Multiple Arrests Following Theft

Grass Valley Police made multiple arrests following the trail of a stolen credit card used in the Grass Valley area. Early Monday morning a young woman’s purse along with other items was stolen from a locked vehicle. Around 10:00 AM a credit card belonging to the woman was reportedly being used in several locations in town. According to Police Sgt. Clint Bates, officers were able to use video surveillance and transaction records to identify several suspects. Initially it appeared at least three individuals were involved. Police made contact with one and as a result they were led to a Buena Vista Street residence.
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Officers secured the evidence and made entry to the house where they encountered 11 people, three of which had numerous warrants.
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Four people were taken into custody. The main suspect in the thefts, Troy Allen, 42, was arrested for multiple burglary related charges as well as attempting to destroy evidence. He was also in possession of a loaded methamphetamine syringe. Angel Fox,45, James Kaufmann, 47, and Michael Krzyopolski, 31,  were arrested for multiple warrants and probation violationsAllen,-Troy1Krzyopolski,-Michael1


1 Comment

August 20, 2019

Randy Abbott

our law enforcement is great ! they do such a great job of trying to clean up our streets. The problem is with our DA, and liberal judges, who just keep turning these scumbags free. many times some of these 'people are arrested several times in one day. it's shameful, and we are really sick of it.

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