Under-the-Influence ID Thieves Caught

Under-the-Influence ID Thieves Caught
Photo: Suylvia Coronado

September 4, 2020 – Ventura County, Ca.

While in the throes of engaging in criminal activity, one of the many unsolicited suggestions heard throughout the corridors of local jails might well be try not to look suspicious.

Perhaps 29-year-old Port Heuneme resident Suylvia Coronado and her cohort in crime 26-year-old Thousand Oaks resident Juan Soto had never been so advised on the afternoon of August 28th when City of Camarillo citizens called the Ventura County Sheriff’s Station to report “suspicious subjects” cruising local area residential streets.  According to Ventura County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Detective Bonelli, deputies attached to the Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail (SED) responded to the reported location and came across Coronado and Soto, who “matched the description of the suspicious subjects.”

Juan Soto

Once contact with them was made, it was determined that both Coronado and Soto were subject to personal search pursuant to their status as active probationers. A search of Coronado’s purse lead to the discovery of ID documents—including a social security car, driver’s license, credit card, and a forged check—all in the name of another individual who was nowhere to be seen.

Deputies promptly contacted the individual named on the assorted documents and determined that all of the items in question had been stolen three months prior in the City of Ventura. Based upon their investigation at the scene, deputies took Coronado and Soto into custody and transported them to Ventura County Jail, where they were booked on charges of Identity Theft, Forgery, and being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Photos: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking

Under-the-Influence ID Thieves Caught was last modified: September 11th, 2020 by admin
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