Woman Leaves Jail, Goes Right Back In

Woman Leaves Jail, Goes Right Back In
Alisha Ratts Placer County mugshot

Alisha Ratts Placer County mugshot

A woman who had just been released from the Roseville City Jail reportedly landed herself right back in after attempting to steal a laptop computer from the Placer SPCA, according to an official weekly crime report from the Roseville Police Department.

Alisha Racquel Ratts, 27, who reported herself as a transient from Kelseyville in Lake County, was reportedly arrested on suspicion of burglary and resisting arrest.

The Roseville jail is on the left, the SPCA is on the right.

The Roseville jail is on the left, the SPCA is on the right.

According to Roseville PD, on Friday, September 19 at 8 am, Ratts had just been released from the Roseville City Jail. She walked into a portable office building at the Placer SPCA in the 100 block of Corporation Yard Road and took a laptop computer. SPCA staff reportedly confronted Ratts and detained her until officers arrived on the scene. Ratts reportedly dropped the laptop computer and damaged it, then reportedly fought officers as they placed her under arrest.

Ratts was arrested Thursday in this area of Maxwell, CA

Ratts was arrested Thursday in this area of Maxwell, CA

Perhaps craving more excitement, she was back in action this week, when she was picked up by Colusa County Sheriff’s deputies in the small town of Maxwell, which is located along Interstate 5 north of Williams. Details of the incident were not available, but she was charged with vandalism and trespassing, and arrested near the town’s water tower on Olive Street. This time she reported her home address as an apartment in Santa Rosa. According to her Facebook profile, she also resides in Spokane, Washington. Bail was set at $5,000.

 

Woman Leaves Jail, Goes Right Back In was last modified: September 26th, 2014 by admin
Categories: Colusa, Lake, Placer

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