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Clark County Sheriff candidate and a Justice of the Peace conspire together to willfully break the law by granting illegal kick-backs for wrongfully imprisoning defendants

Robert "Bobby G" Gronauer

Justice of the Peace Ann E. Zimmerman



Clark County Sheriff candidate and a Justice of the Peace conspire together to willfully break the law by granting illegal kick-backs for wrongfully imprisoning defendants



LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (December 12, 2013) - - - Back in 2009, when Robert "Bobby G" Gronauer was the Las Vegas Constable he knowingly entered into an illegal kick-back agreement with Justice of the Peace Ann E. Zimmerman from Department 8. The nine page agreement titled ‘Interlocal Agreement between the Las Vegas Justice Court and the Las Vegas Constable’s Office’ dated September 18, 2009 establishes fees for service of traffic warrants issued by the Justice Court to be paid to the Las Vegas Constable’s Office. The term expired on July 31, 2012, however this agreement may or may not have been renewed. When this agreement was entered into Justice of the Peace Ann E. Zimmerman was a Chief Judge.


According to the agreement, Bobby G and his office are to receive a $200.00 warrant fee for each warrant served and/or executed in which a minimum of $400.00 per warrant has been collected, an arrest has been made or the individual appears for a scheduled traffic hearing as a result of the Constable’s service of the warrant. In the event that a defendant has more than one warrant, the Constable shall receive a total warrant fee for that defendant of no more than $600.00. Both parties are contractually required to keep and maintain full, true and complete records and documents (written, electronic, computer related or otherwise) until July 31, 2018. Also both parties are to make this agreement available for inspection, examination, review, audit and copying at any office where such records and documentation are maintained.


On July 25, 2009, during an interview on Veterans In Politics internet talk-show, Bobby G admitted to breaking the law and taking $200.00 to serve arrests. Also he stated that he supports undocumented residents living in the U.S. without being subject to any penalty or legal recourse. The public was so outraged by the comments of Bobby G that CNN published Bobby G’s interview with Veterans In Politics on its official website.


Constables are entitled to earn $48.00 for each warrant lawfully executed according to NRS 258.125. According to NRS 258.170 no other fees shall be charged by constable. According to NRS 258.210 if any constable shall take more or greater fees than are allowed by law, the constable shall be liable to indictment, and on conviction shall be removed from office and fined. Based on the Nevada Revised Statutes and the payment amount awarded to the Las Vegas Constable in the ‘Interlocal Agreement Between The Las Vegas Justice Court And The Las Vegas Constable’s Office,’ Robert "Bobby G" Gronauer is subject to prosecution.


Can a Justice of the Peace and Constable be biased about denying a defendant’s freedom if they stand to benefit financially?


A previous office-romance affair between Bobby G and Hispanic, Constable employee Lucy Arse that resulted in a love child being conceived for whom Bobby G was ordered by Family courts to pay child support for, has surfaced and was confirmed by Lucy Arse. During the time of the affair Bobby G and Lucy Arse were both married to other people and when Lucy Arse’s husband discovered the affair he divorced her immediately.


Can Bobby G be trusted to have integrity and serve the best interest of Clark County and not himself?

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Author: Staff writer – Endeavor Media Group

Distributor: Veterans In Politics International, Inc.



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Comment by Steve Sanson on December 17, 2013 at 4:28pm

A complaint was filed with two Nevada State Agencies. One complaint was filed with the Nevada State Attorney General’s Office and the other with the Nevada State Judicial Discipline Commission. Let’s see what they do...


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