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Some Charges Dismissed Against Grass Valley Pair

A trial has been ordered for a Grass Valley pair, regarding a disputed marijuana debt with an acquaintance. Layla Callahan and David Munoz are facing charges of kidnapping for extortion and false imprisonment. But Nevada County District Attorney Cliff Newell says the other charges were dismissed, which included torturing the male acquaintance…

click to listen to Cliff Newell

Judge Linda Sloven ruled that prosecutors also did not present adequate evidence, during the preliminary hearing, to charge Callahan and Munoz with robbery and assault with a firearm. Newell says the victim and Callahan had been dating…

click to listen to Cliff Newell

Callahan and Munoz are scheduled to be arraigned on the revised charges on August 28th, at which time a trial date may also be scheduled

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