Home Invasion and Stolen Vehicle Incidents

Home Invasion and Stolen Vehicle Incidents
Photo: Adam Ashford

COLUSA – On the evening of June 22nd, a suspicious vehicle sat at the Jackpot Market.  Officers arrived and checked the license plate on, revealing that the plates were stolen. A check of the VIN number revealed the the vehicle was also stolen.

The man in the vehicle, Adam Ashford, was booked on several felony charges.

Some weeks later, on July 9th, a home invasion occurred at 4:00 a.m. in Williams.  Various law enforcement agencies sent officers to the scene in the 2500 block of David Road.

Responders found the victim outside of the residence. Officers determined that the victim had been “assaulted and held at gunpoint by two unidentified males.”

The as yet unidentified duo took an undisclosed amount of money from the residence and fled.

Apparently the suspects told the victim their actions were related to the cultivation of marijuana. However, officers confirmed that the victim “had not cultivated marijuana for some time, due to the current county ordinance.”





Home Invasion and Stolen Vehicle Incidents was last modified: July 16th, 2019 by admin
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