Nevada City Crime
Recent Crime News
Wednesday Apr 22 | via The Union
A man arrested in February on suspicion of mail theft in Grass Valley was arrested again on similar charges in Nevada City Tuesday. A woman reported Tuesday afternoon to Nevada City Police officers that a person had made fraudulent charges using a credit card in her name, said Officer Scott Goin. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Knco radio
Investigation of fraudulent use of a credit card at the SPD store in Nevada City has led police to uncover stolen mail and possibly more identity theft victims. Nevada City Police Officer Scott Goin says a female victim came into the police station yesterday to report unauthorized use of her credit card. Comment?
Thursday Apr 16 | via The Union
The company's CEO, Phil Lester, and CFO, Susan Laferte, were arrested in September 2012 after they allegedly defrauded investors of millions of dollars over a period of eight years. They each face charges of using a scheme to defraud, offering securities for sale by means of an untrue statement or omission of a material fact, and fraud from an elder adult. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 14 | via The Union
Two men were arrested and a woman was being sought after she reportedly failed to comply with a traffic stop and they foot-bailed from her vehicle Sunday night, sparking a foot pursuit. A Grass Valley Police officer on routine patrol saw the vehicle, which was known to law enforcement and which was suspected of transporting a wanted person, just before 6:30 p.m. on Idaho-Maryland Road near the Highway 20 offramp, said Sgt. Comment?
Monday Apr 6 | via The Union
A local gold dealer has been charged with a total of 32 counts of possessing and selling counterfeit gold and three counts of financial elder abuse so far - with even more alleged victims coming forward since the news first broke of the arrest of Gregory Arnoldi, the owner of Grass Valley Gold and Silver. Arnoldi, 46, was arrested at his business in the 100 block of Mill Street in late February, and initially was charged with three felony counts of possessing and selling counterfeit gold. Comment?
Friday Apr 3 | via The Union
The former business manager of the Twin Ridges Home Study Charter School was arrested Friday morning in Nevada City on charges of embezzlement and falsification of accounts by public officers and forgery. Debra Maria MacDonald had been employed by the school for approximately eight years before being terminated after the new director, Jaynie Aydin, started seeing severe discrepancies in MacDonald's bookkeeping. Comment?
Monday Mar 30 | via The Union
Caution tape blocks off the entrance to Tri Counties Bank on Railroad Avenue in Nevada City. Nevada City Police responded to a call about a bank robbery inside the building on Monday afternoon. Comment?
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