Deputies bust Jurupa Valley “chop shop”

Deputies bust Jurupa Valley “chop shop”
Photo: Anthony Jiminez

JURUPA VALLEY- The RCSD arrested five people following an investigation into a stolen vehicle that led police to a “chop shop.”

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Michael Weber

On June 29, Jurupa Valley deputies tracked a stolen truck to a residence on the 5500 block of Agate Street.

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Marisol Magallanes

Upon arrival, deputies located two additional stolen trucks in what appeared to be a chop shop. At a chop shop, people disassemble stolen vehicles for the purpose of selling the vehicle parts.

Police arrested Charly Baker, 30, Marisol Magallanes, 29, and Saul Silva, 28. The trio share charges of operating a chop shop, possession of stolen property, and narcotic sales. Also, Michael Weber, 52, and Anthony Jimenez, 47, also face unrelated charges.

 

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Charly Barker

Riverside County sheriff’s deputies said an investigation into the case is ongoing.

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Saul Silva

Deputies bust Jurupa Valley “chop shop” was last modified: July 3rd, 2018 by admin
Categories: Riverside

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