Tulare County Sheriff Office Crosses Two Names off Their Top 10 Most Wanted

Tulare County Sheriff Office Crosses Two Names off Their Top 10 Most Wanted

The first arrest came on March 29th when Tule River Indian Reservation resident Yaxkin Chumacero was taken into custody on several felony warrants. Chumacero is suspected of several counts of child molestation.

Tulare County Sheriff’s Office was assisted in this arrest by San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department as Chumacero was arrested in their county on Mainstreet and Interstate 5. The 32-year old will soon be transported to Tulare County,with his bail set at $3 Million.

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A second name came off the list on April 2, 2019 when 26-year old Cassandra Christine Garza was arrested by Detectives of the Tulare County Sheriff’s Apprehension Team Tracking Criminals in Hiding (CATTCH).

She was wanted for several felony violations of her probation. When located and arrested in Parlier (Fresno County), Garza was “in possession of a box of live ammunition, 20 grams of meth and drug paraphernalia consistent with narcotic sales.”

She was booked into Visalia’s Adult Pre-Trail Facility. In Tulare County, she is charged with identity theft, evading an officer, and a hit and run. Her bail is set at $70,000. Charges she accrued during her arrest for possessing ammunition, meth, and drug paraphernalia will be reviewed by the Fresno District Attorney.

Photos from the TCSO

Tulare County Sheriff Office Crosses Two Names off Their Top 10 Most Wanted was last modified: April 11th, 2019 by admin
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