Kim Palaferri - Auburn Journal - 4/8/12
Kathy Stevenson, a process server from Auburn, shared her side of the story on Friday about an alledged assault by Nicolas Stenberg,of Auburn, after she tried to serve his girlfriend with an eviction notice Wednesday. Behind her sunglasses are a black eye and cuts and bruises, which she said Stenberg inflicted with an air soft gun and rocks.
An Auburn process server says she plans on returning to work next week after being allegedly assaulted by a man who she had previously served with eviction papers.
Nicolas Mark Stenberg, 30, of Auburn, allegedly shot her with an air soft gun, pelted her with rocks, smashed her car window and smeared mud on her face Wednesday morning when she tried to serve his girlfriend with her set of the eviction papers at a home on the 10000 block of Mt. Vernon Road in Auburn.
On Wednesday he was arrested by the Placer County Sheriff’s Office and charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
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Process Server Kathy Stevenson talks about being assaulted