Jamestown woman arrested for attempted grand theft; two suspects still at large
Photo: Sheriff’s Deputies investigate the attempted theft of a cash machine at Chevron (Tuolumne County Sheriff)
JAMESTOWN // Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested 35-year-old Narrie Alfaro for her involvement in an attempted grand theft at a local gas station.
In the early morning hours of January 10th, deputies arrived at Chip’s Chevron to investigate a report of a truck abandoned in the carwash. It wasn’t long before deputies determined what had really happened — someone tried to rip the carwash cash machine out of the ground by using a chain attached to the truck.
Preliminary investigation first identified the suspects only as a woman and two masked men, who’d abandoned the truck (which also turned out to be stolen) after it stalled inside the carwash.
Deputies soon identified Alfaro as one of the suspects. She was promptly contacted and arrested on charges of vehicle theft, possession of a stolen vehicle, attempted grand theft, conspiracy, vandalism, and possession of burglary tools.
The investigation remains active as deputies seek the identities of the two outstanding suspects. Anyone who believes they have information relevant to the investigation is encouraged to contact the Sheriff’s Department at 209-533-5815.