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Honesty Can’t Save Suspects From Jail

Honesty may be the best policy, but it was a little too late for that in this case . Nevada County Sheriff Keith Royal says around 11 o’clock last night (Monday), an officer saw a vehicle on Idaho Maryland Road near Highway 49, that may have had an expired license plate…

Listen to Keith Royal 1

44 year-old Brian Attebury of Grass Valley was driving. He admitted he falsified the plate…

Listen to Keith Royal 2

21 year-old Brittany Bofenkamp of Grass Valley was a passenger in the vehicle, and she was honest with the officer–admitting that she had a warrant for her arrest out of Placer County. A search of the vehicle also turned up drugs…

Listen to Keith Royal 3

Earlier this year, Attebury admitted to stealing a copper fountain from a LaBarr Meadows Road business, and trying to re-sell it.

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