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From Page One w oe y, O t. 2o0 .A lib from page :.A that Gardner Probably in to convince make an offer on the tas at t time that Car,~ No The business owner said he never took possession of the vehicle, nor did he receive any paperwork showing he had purchased it. After several weeks had the business owner whether the sheriff has con- tacted him in recent weeks, the owner declined to answer the question. Inmate Gardner told the newspa- per that the engine was re- moved from a 1989 Chevy Im- determine the right way to sell it. fter learning he needed to place it on a surplus list, Gardner approached the Plumas County Board of Su- pervisors in November 2000, a month after the vehicle con- taining the engine was dam- business owner's overall ac- count of events is jumbled. Gardner said he decided to store the engine at his home in Meadow Valley because the sheriff's department had no room for it. Gardner also said that the is because not write off these purchases on income tax returns. Gardner said that, shortly after he learned about the in- quiry into the engine, he met with Rob Shulman, the coun- ty's legal adviser, to make sure he had not violated any laws.