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PRESS RELEASE - UPD CASE #20-0708 - ASSAULT W/ A DEADLY WEAPON

DATE:  04/02/20

TIME OF CALL:  8:47 AM

LOCATION/VICTIM:  1000 block of S. State St.

CRIME:  245(a)(1) PC Assault with a Deadly Weapon-Felony

SUSPECT:  Nott, Adam Link 32 year old male, Ukiah transient

 

On 4/2/2020 at approximately 0847 hours, Ukiah Police Department Officers were dispatched to the 1000 block of S. State Street for a report of a stabbing.  An ambulance was requested and the victim, a 47-year-old male transient from Ukiah, was transported to Adventist Health Ukiah Valley (AHUV) with non-life threatening stab wounds.

 

Through the course of the investigation UPD Officers were able to positively identify the suspect in the stabbing as Adam Link Nott, a 32-year-old transient from Crescent City California who had recently been staying at the Ukiah Winter Shelter (Building Bridges). UPD Officers were unable to locate Nott

 

UPD Officers issued a stop and arrest BOLO (be on the lookout) for Nott for violation of 245(a)(1) PC.

 

On the morning of 04/12/20, The Ukiah Police Department was notified by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office that Nott was in their custody on felony charges unrelated to this case.  Ukiah Police Detectives were notified and responded.  Ukiah Police Detectives authored and obtained an arrest warrant for Nott.  Ukiah Police Detectives spoke with additional witnesses and recovered evidence believed to be related to the crime.  Nott was also interviewed regarding the stabbing and was subsequently booked into the Lake County Jail for 245(a)(1) PC, where he is being held on $30,000.00 bail. 

 

The Ukiah Police Department would like to thank the Lake County Sheriff’s Office and its deputies for their vigilance and assistance in apprehending Nott.  Anyone with any additional information is urged to contact Ukiah PD at 707-463-6262.  

(707)-463-6262. As always our mission at the Ukiah Police Department is to make Ukiah as safe as possible.

 

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