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Old 06-18-2019, 04:54 AM
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While he did not use it, this is called ARMED TRAFFICKING..No minor issue to have a weapon and while not convicted to release him as ROR (no bond is outrageous)



* RELEASED ON HIS OWN RECOGNIZANCE *
As Paul Harvey would say, here is “The Rest of the Story”:

On Wednesday, Grass Valley Police arrested Jeremy Sulley for Sales & Transportation of Methamphetamine, Sales & Transportation of Heroin, Sales & Transportation of Oxycodone, all while he was armed with a loaded handgun and other weapons.

GVPD Officers spent many hours writing and serving search warrants related to this case. In the end, they recovered enough narcotics to leave over 2,000 people “under the influence” - that’s more than 15% of the entire population of Grass Valley. Officers also recovered large amounts of cash in many denominations, scales, and packaging materials that justified the “sales” and “transportation” elements of this case. This was much more than just a “personal use” amount and not simply a situation of a person with a drug problem.

After booking, Sulley was initially held on a $250,000 bail enhancement, but on Friday he appeared for his arraignment in Nevada County Superior Court where he was released “ON HIS OWN RECOGNIZANCE” without paying a single cent in bail. The Nevada County District Attorney’s Office did their part by filing a slew of charges and arguing for a significant bail amount.....but, he was released anyway.

Our desire is to protect the community from armed drug dealers! But, unfortunately, this guy is back out on the street within short order.

- Number of people that could have gotten high on the amount of drugs he possessed = over 2,000
- The initial bail amount set at the time of booking = 250,000
- Release of an armed drug dealer with no bail - PRICELESS
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but we need more gun laws inflicted on law abiding citizens
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Old 06-18-2019, 05:12 AM
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Yeah, and given half a chance, he probably would have engaged the LEO in a gunfight on a crowded street or shot a rival dealer in a heartbeat........they got lucky this time. I just don't understand our justice system sometimes.
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What? They didn’t give him a gift certificate to a good steak house too?
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The judge should be held personally liable for any crime that dude commits while out on bail and if he skips trial the judge should take his place in jail.
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The judge should be held personally liable for any crime that dude commits while out on bail and if he skips trial the judge should take his place in jail.
damn I lke that idea ALOT!
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judge probably figured the kardashian slut would be all over it and get him out anyway, so he saved the county money on paper work! stationary gets expensive these days!
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What you should do is look up who appointed the judge and make it well known.
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What justification does the court or the judge have when reducing the bail? Could there have been errors made that caused whatever evidence that was collected to become invalid?
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Was he anyone important, or the kid of anyone important? This makes totally no sense.
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I'm sure the guy deserves to be locked away but that article is typical media bullshit, very little info slanted to meet an agenda. I don't do drugs but how much does it take to get 2000 people "under the influence". One hit of today's pot will send me to bed so I guess less than a ounce can toast 2000 people. How much drugs, how much cash, what type of gun, is it legal for him to have a gun, what type packing materials, gram scale or bathroom scale?
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Originally Posted by bikem View Post
I'm sure the guy deserves to be locked away but that article is typical media bullshit, very little info slanted to meet an agenda. I don't do drugs but how much does it take to get 2000 people "under the influence". One hit of today's pot will send me to bed so I guess less than a ounce can toast 2000 people. How much drugs, how much cash, what type of gun, is it legal for him to have a gun, what type packing materials, gram scale or bathroom scale?
Till you start responding to calls of dead people who have overdosed or have seen how drugs truly hurt families perhaps you need to STH up with your slanted BS jargon ... The fact is, he was a major drug dealer pushing serious drugs AND ARMED... that is a serious crime and breaks numerous gun laws that is the point.. He is committing a Felony while armed

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Candace S. Heidelberger is a judge for the Superior Court of Nevada County in California. She was appointed by Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on October 3, 2007, to succeed Al Dover. Heidelberger was elected to a full term after running unopposed in 2010

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Till you start responding to calls of dead people who have overdosed or have seen how drugs truly hurt families perhaps you need to STH up with your slanted BS jargon ... The fact is, he was a major drug dealer pushing serious drugs AND ARMED... that is a serious crime and breaks numerous gun laws that is the point.. He is committing a Felony while armed
Don't tell me to STH up!!! I know exactly what you put up with! My wife worked for Mobile Crisis, homeless shelter and the local PD and I have good friends that are cops. That article is Total BS. Other than the drugs I have everything mentioned in that article at my house. For that matter I have hydrocodone left from when I broke my foot. I hope you write you police reports better than that article. If not don't complain if they walk or maybe you need to get another job.

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uhh having all the listed items without the drugs wouldnt have gotten him arrested. Even if he had the guns(unless he was a felon). And this is an article not a police report. Seriously, if you dont see the problem here I dont know what to tell you.
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I would have liked the story to detail at least the quantities of meth, heroin and vicodin that he was carrying.

I sat on a jury pool once, they talked like this guy was a serious problem, the amount of coke he had would hardly fit on the head of a pin, more like residue in a baggie. I wasn't impressed at all.

On the other hand, assuming this case has real quantities associated with it, it sure seems that the judge has decided drug cases are not real criminal cases at all, doesn't it.

I am becoming more convinced every day, that we have a multi-tiered justice system. On several levels, one for elite liberals ( aka HRC), one for elite conservatives ( SC court appointees ), one for repeat offenders or illegal aliens, and one for the hard working regular guys. I don't think our country got to be great, by that type of justice.
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Cracker did you find this on Facebook?
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Originally Posted by bikem View Post
Don't tell me to STH up!!! I know exactly what you put up with! My wife worked for Mobile Crisis, homeless shelter and the local PD and I have good friends that are cops. That article is Total BS. Other than the drugs I have everything mentioned in that article at my house. For that matter I have hydrocodone left from when I broke my foot. I hope you write you police reports better than that article. If not don't complain if they walk or maybe you need to get another job.
Again, to say that everything listed is "MEDIA BULLSHIT" shows you have absolutely no grasp on the situation no matter who you know..Those are ALL serious issues and typical of some in society you responded like it is no big deal.

I should not have said STH UP but your response is also way out of line, I apologize for that
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Originally Posted by bikem View Post
Don't tell me to STH up!!! I know exactly what you put up with! My wife worked for Mobile Crisis, homeless shelter and the local PD and I have good friends that are cops. That article is Total BS. Other than the drugs I have everything mentioned in that article at my house. For that matter I have hydrocodone left from when I broke my foot. I hope you write you police reports better than that article. If not don't complain if they walk or maybe you need to get another job.
he had guns drugs and scales- that is a dealer

you have a few pills that were PRESCRIBED to you and a gun or two- that is a guy that owns a gun and falls and breaks his foot not a dealer!
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What a couple are missing to charged with Sales it requires a certain amount and generally packaged in multiple envelopes in distribution amounts...not residue or other BS...and I agree residue arrests are not what courts should be prosecuting..
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