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Hopes city is sued

Grass Valley Police Department’s denials of their own inadequate response regarding Scott Krause smack of butt-covering. How can they possibly say that this man, whose actions overwhelmingly demonstrated his state, did not pose a danger? Did the responding officers just not want the hassle of dealing with the situation responsibly and effectively?

Because of their casual attitude in this matter, the community has lost a fine man, and two little girls lost their father. I hope the city of Grass Valley gets sued for $10 million, but nothing will ever replace Drew Reynolds or mask the stink coming from the GVPD.

John Deaderick

Nevada City

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