Jamestown woman arrested after being caught with stolen property, methamphetamine
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JAMESTOWN // Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested a Tuolumne County woman on multiple warrants after finding her in possession of stolen property.
On the morning of Sunday, January 21, deputies arrived at the Twin Pines Mobile Home Park regarding five warrants for the arrest of 34-year-old Bethany Windmiller.
Windmiller, who was found standing in the rear passenger door of a Ford truck, is charged with possession of methamphetamine and suspected stolen property, both of which were found inside the truck when deputies searched the truck and her purse.
The items discovered — three bank cards and a checkbook — were soon confirmed stolen.
Windmiller was arrested on charges of stealing access cards and possession of methamphetamine, as well as her existing warrants.