Earlier this week, Roseville PD reportedly arrested four suspects for catalytic converter theft, and another individual for theft from a local store, according to an official weekly crime report.
On Tuesday, July 29 at 4:24 am, officers reportedly responded to a report of suspicious activity of people possibly breaking into a pick-up truck in a hotel parking lot in the 1900 block of Taylor Road. Upon arrival, officers detained four individuals and found a Dodge pick-up truck in the lot that was missing a catalytic converter. And officers reportedly found two more catalytic converters from an unidentified Toyota Sequoia in the possession of the four people.
Tou Sue Vang, 22, of Sacramento; Xao Thao, 36, of Sacramento; Julie Lee, 29, of Rancho Cordova; and Susan Vang, 32, of Sacramento were arrested on suspicion of grand theft, conspiracy and other related charges.
The day before, on Monday, July 28, at about 2 pm, according to Roseville PD, a power saw was reported stolen from a store in the 10000 block of Fairway Drive. Thanks to information provided by an alert witness, officers were reportedly able to identify a suspect. Roseville officers traveled to Sacramento and there arrested a suspect. Unfortunately the stolen saw had reportedly already been sold to another party, but officers reportedly contacted the purchaser, got the saw back, and returned it to the victim.
Charles Homer Perez, 46, of Sacramento was reportedly arrested on suspicion of burglary and other related charges.