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leA Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010 Feather River Bulletin Krystal Renee Nardone, 23, of Carson City FUGITIVE, from page 1A hotwired, but Hagwood said he couldn't confirm how the vehicle was started, adding that Washoe County impound- ed the vehicle, which belonged to the deceased homeowner, when it was later seized. Hagwood explained that Boss exited the residence by ramming the performance ve- hicle "through the garage door, a la Dukes of Hazard, nearly hitting two officers and a civilian." Terril Jacob Boss, 25, of Reno The chase Hagwood went on to say that the vehicle "was later lo- cated in the Bordertown area and a high-speed pursuit en- sued up Highway 395." Come celebrate with us as we honor :   .. Pat Mlied Health )fessor of Nursing .:  iiiiii;i!;i It:in Gala h0rs dioeuvres prepared by ehf Scan Conry  Donations icKne:, Scholarship :: new scholarsh ............... iuts meet their goals. .... Please RSVP to Longbo Yi All our techs are certified for service i y with Papedess Billing. Reports indicate that Boss pulled off at the Hallelujah Junction exit and turned left. At this point the Nevada au- thorities ended their chase and notified Plumas County dispatch of the suspected fugi- tives heading westbound on Highway 70 at a high rate of speed just after midnight. Hagwood added that Officer Mike Meisenheimer and his trainee, Officer Mike Kincade, saw the vehicle going through Portola at over 100 miles per hour "immediately upon the dispatch notification going out to our staff in the Portola area." "They took up a pursuit of the vehicle but were not able to keep up with it." Detective Elliott noted that the car was too fast for any law enforcement vehicle in the county to keep up with. He said this led to a strategy of trying to intercept the vehi- cle through the deployment of spike strips with cooperation from the California Highway Patrol's Quincy Area staff. At least two spike strips were deployed in attempts to Rebecca Cooper, 28, of Reno pop the vehicle's tires, one malfunctioned and the other was set up on Highway 70 west of the Graeagle turnoff, so it never came into play. By.many accounts the ve- hicular pursuit was practical- ly over before it started, as the crime developed so quickly from a burglary in Nevada to armed and dangerous sus- pects running wild in rural California. The search In a strange development, Hagwood explained that an automatic rifle had been re- covered "near the Nervino Airport, along, adjacent to the highway." "What the suspects' reason- ing was or how that rifle came to be there is the source of in- vestigation right now, but I think it's more than just a cu- rious coincidence." Officer Meisenheimer said CHP Officer Jim Wheaton re- ceived a phone call from his wife shortly after the suspect's vehicle entered the Graeagle area, explaining that she heard sirens and saw a black vehicle speed by her house. Hagwood added that the ve- hicle was subsequently locat- ed at an empty residence off of Yonkalla Trail. The sheriff explained, "Offi- cers disabled the vehicle and conducted a limited search of the vehicle for weapons and things like that." Sergeant Mike Wright of Washoe County Sheriff's De- partment said that after the vehicle was secured, "We put about one to one-and-a-half hours into doing a house-to- house search, making sure everybody was OK, seeing if we could see any damage or breaks to windows. We couldn't locate anything, so we went home." By "we" he meant the Washoe County officers, who impounded the vehicle and took it back to Nevada for fur- ther investigation. Reserve officers were called in and Hagwood stayed in the Graeagle area all night. 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