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Suspects Arrested on Warrants, Weapons, and Drugs

While Grass Valley Police officers were searching for one suspect, they located another… and then found the original suspect several hours later. Sunday afternoon officers were looking for 26 year old Brittany Nash at a Mill Street residence . According To Sgt Clint Bates, the officers didn’t see Nash- but recognized another subject that was on searchable probation.*
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Nigro,-VincentVincent Nigro was booked into the Wayne Brown Correctional facility for possession of a controlled substance as well as a parole violation.  Several hours later around 11:00 PM, police officers did locate Nash along with a second subject near Walsh and Townsend streets in Grass valley. Both parties provided false identification to the officers. The female eventually was identified as the wanted Brittany Nash.
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Nash was in possession of a prescription medication concealed in a lipstick container. Soward was in possession of a   knife concealed in the waistband of his pants.
Both Brittany Nash and Casey Soward were transported to the Nevada County Jail.

In an unrelated incident 33 year old Jack Kibbe, recently arrested and Kibbe,-Jackreleased for holding a knife to a man’s throat, was picked up on Spring Hill Drive for carrying a concealed weapon.
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Kibbe was booked for possession of a concealed dagger.

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