Grass Valley police: Man spotted urinating outdoors, gives false name to officers | TheUnion.com

Grass Valley police: Man spotted urinating outdoors, gives false name to officers

A man spotted early Monday urinating outside remained jailed that day on accusations he gave officers a false name, Grass Valley police said.

Jordan Lee Hannah, 26, of Grass Valley, is charged with a felony count of false personation. He also faces unrelated charges of keeping a place for selling, giving away or using a controlled substance; and vandalism, records state.

Officers spotted Hannah around 1 a.m. in the 1000 block of Sutton Way. They approached him because he was urinating outside a business, Sgt. Clint Bates said.

Hannah initially gave officers a fake name. They later discovered his true identity, realized he had outstanding warrants and arrested him, Bates said.

Hannah remained Monday in the Nevada County Jail under $15,000 in bond, records state.

— Staff Writer Alan Riquelmy

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