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Eastern Sierra history program to take ‘A Sentimental Journey along Carson Pass’

UPDATE 7 p.m.: The criminal complaint filed against suspect Troy Driver alleges that Driver “did willfully seize, confine, inveigle, entice, decoy, abduct, conceal, kidnap or carry away a person by any means whatsoever with the intent to hold or detain, or who holds or detains, the person for ransom or reward, or for the purpose of committing sexual assault, extortion, or robbery upon or from the person, or for the purpose of killing the person or inflicting substantial bodily harm upon the person (…).”

The complaint further states that Driver is accused of abducting Naomi Irion and did hold or detain her for the purpose of committing sexual assault and/or for the purpose of killing her, all of which occurred at or near 1550 E. Newlands Drive, Fernley (the address for the Walmart shopping center).

The body of missing 18-year-old Naomi Irion was found Tuesday in a remote area of Churchill County. On Wednesday the body was confirmed by the Washoe County Medical Examiners Office as Naomi Irion, according to a news release from Churchill and Lyon County Sheriff’s Offices.

On Wednesday afternoon, Troy Edward Driver of Fallon was seen in his first court appearance after being accused of kidnapping the still-missing 18-year-old Naomi Irion.

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