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Two CCSO Jail Trustees Escape Custody at the Jail

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Notice from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office:

Saturday evening at around 6:45pm Inmate Trusty Matthew Marizza and Inmate Trusty Cody James Abernathy, escaped from the Carson City Jail.  An Escape Warrant has been issued.  This is a “No Bail” warrant.

Matthew Marizza, 27

Matthew Marizza is described as a 27 year old White Male Adult, 5’11”, 170 pounds, with shaved brown hair and brown eyes.  He has visible tattoos with  “775” and “Pray for me” on the right side of his face and a rose on the left side of his face.  A woman’s face is on the right and left side of his neck.  His arms are full of tattoos or “sleeved”.  Matthew was last seen wearing a tan shirt, tan pants, and white shoes.  Matthew Marizza’s last known address was in Sparks.

 

Marizza’s partner in crime Cody Abernathy is described as a 28 year old White Male, standing 6 feet, 185 pounds, with short brown hair and brown eyes.  He has visible tattoos:   Black skull with a gas mask on his right hand; a red and black cross on his right forearm and black skull on his left hand.  He also has a black star on his left forearm.  Cody was last seen wearing a tan shirt, tan pants, and white and red shoes.  Cody Abernathy’s last known address was in Gardnerville..

If anyone knows the whereabouts of these two escapees, please contact your local Law Enforcement Agency or call 911 if you have any information on the whereabouts of Matthew Marizza or Cody Abernathy.  Do not attempt to apprehend or approach them.  But if you see them, call 911 and hope the two jail breakers will be caught and taken back to jail for quite a longer sentence.

Get Ready Commuters!! Highway 50 East is getting a facelift!!

Lane closures on U.S. 50 in Carson City start Monday

Drivers from all over the Carson City area have been complaining that Highway 50 East is deteriorating at a rather fast clip.  And the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) couldn’t agree more.  They’ve sworn to do a complete overhaul on a stretch of pavement from Nichols Lane to Arrowhead Drive.  The construction’s “partial closures” will begin in eastern Carson City on Monday, June 28th and Tuesday June 29th as NDOT begins patching the highway surface.
NDOT reports that single lane closures on East Highway 50 will run from Nichols Lane to Arrowhead Drive on Monday from 5pm to midnight and on Tuesday from midnight to 6am and, later that day, 5pm to midnight.  Speed limits will be reduced and motorists are advised to follow all road work zone signage.  Drivers can expect travel delays of up to 15 minutes or less.
The road patching will reinforce the roadway in advance of a much larger project to fully resurface the highway.  In August, drivers will see additional and more extensive lane closures as approximately two miles of U.S. 50 between Asphalt Drive and Nichols Lane is resurfaced.

Two down and one to go…

The dog is a tan female with a black mask.  Humane Society personnel say she shows no injuries and appears to be in good condition.  The search is on for the third dog that took part in the Lone Mountain Cemetery incident and possibly others.

Visitation transitions to Phase 2 in Nevada prisons

Visitation transitions to Phase 2 in Nevada prisons, mask mandate lifted for vaccinated staff and offenders

CARSON CITY — The Nevada Department of Corrections (NDOC) announced on Thursday, June 24, 2021, that all institutions will be transitioning to Phase 2 for visitation, effective immediately.
Under the new guidelines, fully vaccinated offenders will not be required to wear masks during visitation. However, all visitors will be required to wear a disposable or cloth face mask without valves, slits, or holes, regardless of vaccination status.

Phase 2 of visitation also allows offenders three visitors rather than two, visits will be increased to every two weeks and children as young as 2 may participate. Visits will remain in two-hour increments; however, out-of-state visitors may ask for an extended time by request to the Warden.

NDOC Director Charles Daniels said the decision to include every institution was based on current visitation numbers and the low rate of infection within NDOC facilities.

“We are looking to balance the mental-health and social well-being benefits to offenders and families afforded through visitation and the ongoing risk of COVID-19,” Daniels said. “Based on the number of visitors we’ve had over the past 30 days, we are confident we can increase visitors without compromising social- distancing standards.”

Out of an abundance of caution, protocols to reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 will remain in effect.

Visitors will still be required to pass a rapid test for coronavirus and masks will be required for the offenders and visitors throughout the visit.

“Correctional staff will continue to hold town hall meetings, post fliers and encourage offenders at each institution to get the vaccine,” said Brian Williams

The Nevada Department of Corrections is committed to building a safer community by striving to incorporate progressive best practices in all aspects of corrections. NDOC houses more than 12,000 persons with felony convictions in 18 facilities statewide. For more information visit www.doc.nv.gov.

NDOC Deputy Director of Operations. “We are continuously pushing the message of the benefits of vaccination.”  The Department also announced Thursday that face masks are no longer required for staff or offenders who have been fully vaccinated. Individuals are considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19 two weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines; or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.

Staff must submit proof of vaccination to Human Resources. Masks will remain a requirement for visitation regardless of vaccination status.  To schedule a visit or for more information, go to ndocvisitation.com. To read the updated mask policy, go to doc.nv.gov.

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