Yolo County Sheriff Arrests Wanted Suspect

Yolo County Sheriff Arrests Wanted Suspect

Officers from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office have reportedly arrested a wanted suspect on various charges, including five outstanding warrants, according to an official press release.

Mario Lopez was reportedly arrested at 12:30 am the morning of Thursday, March 13, during a traffic stop for a vehicle code violation in the unincorporated town of Madison. During the stop, deputies reportedly determined Lopez was a passenger inside the vehicle and he was placed under arrest by deputies from the Yolo County Sheriff’s Ag Theft Task Force and transported to Yolo County Monroe Center for booking.

According to Yolo County Sheriff, a task force consisting of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Ag Theft Task Force, Woodland Police, Davis Police, the Yolo Narcotics Enforcement Team and the California Highway Patrol had been looking for Lopez throughout the county.

Lopez was reportedly arrested on charges of burglary, possession of methamphetamine, committing felonies while out on bail, violation of probation and conspiracy to commit felonies –- all of which he is alleged to have committed in the Sheriff’s jurisdiction.

Madison is a small community in rural Yolo County.

Madison is a small community in rural Yolo County.

Additionally, Lopez was reportedly arrested for five outstanding warrants for various crimes committed in the Woodland area, including burglary, possession of stolen property, narcotics charges, weapons charges and child endangerment. Lopez was reportedly also determined to be in possession of methamphetamine during the booking process at the jail and was placed under arrest for that as well.

According to Yolo County Sheriff, Lopez’s bail is currently set at $815,000.

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