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GPS tracking ruling could impact Calif. arson case

Jonathan Griffith said Thursday that he is making a motion in Butte County Superior Court


By Ryan Olson
Chico Enterprise-Record

OROVILLE, Calif. — The attorney representing a Magalia man charged for a series of fires on the upper Paradise ridge said he will challenge evidence obtained by a GPS device.

Jonathan Griffith said Thursday that he is making a motion in Butte County Superior Court to suppress the GPS tracking data gathered against his client, Jairo Perkins-Grubbs.

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