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Transient Tantrum and Arrest In Grass Valley Store

What started as a suspected shoplifting incident turned into a violent tantrum at a Grass Valley store. Police Lieutenant Steve Johnson says 21-year-old Jordan Baggett, a transient from the local area, walked into the Wild Side women’s clothing store, on Mill Street, Thursday afternoon, selected several items, and said she wanted to try them on…

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Johnson says Baggett was then confronted by store employees…

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Johnson says Baggett then reached into her purse and threw the items on the floor. He says she then pushed an employee to the floor, knocked over a mannequin, and broke a ceramic cat. She then reportedly grabbed a metal display rack and tried unsuccessfully to shatter the storefront window before knocking over two more mannequins and was then restrained by police. Johnson says officers then found several illegal prescription drugs in Baggett’s purse but she was not believed to be under the influence. She was charged with robbery, vandalism, narcotics possession, and also trying to smuggle a drug pipe into the jail.

1 Comment

September 11, 2015

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haha.. haha..

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