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Police blotter


The Kathryn Hempel mentioned in Thursday’s Police Blotter is not the Kathryn Hempel, 30, who is the River People director for South Yuba River Citizens League. We regret any confusion.

Grass Valley

Police Department


Adam L. Tilford, 18, of Grass Valley was booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and criminal threats into Wayne Brown Correctional Facility. His bail is $25,000. He was arrested Thursday night after allegedly stabbing a man in the left bicep while the two argued in a car near Colfax and Central avenues, according to police. The victim was treated at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital.

Nevada County

Sheriff’s Office


Dwayne Geoffrey Johnson, 23, and Tammie L. Angove, 20, were each arrested about 9:30 p.m. on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine for sale and paraphernalia possession at a Joerschke Drive home.

Johnson is also accused of committing a felony while on bail, and Angove is also accused of child endangerment. Johnson’s bail is $11,000; Angove’s is $36,000. Narcotics officers arrested the two after executing a search warrant, said Lt. David Baxley. Grass Valley police assisted.

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