Three arrested after company vehicle stolen out of Woodland located in Placer County

Three arrested after company vehicle stolen out of Woodland located in Placer County

Three people were arrested in Placer County for their alleged roles in the theft of a company vehicle out of Woodland.

On July 8, CHP tapped Placer County deputies for assistance in locating a company-owned vehicle stolen from a business in Woodland. The vehicle was outfitted with a GPS tracker and the business relayed its coordinates to authorities, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Deputies reportedly caught up with the vehicle along eastbound I-80 near Sierra College Boulevard, and pulled the driver over on Maple Street. The driver was identified as 30-year-old Ashley Salmon of Woodland, and her two passengers identified as 34-year-old Matthew Kuehnau, also of Woodland, and 38-year-old James Thompson of Auburn.

All three were ultimately arrested — Salmon on suspicion of stealing a vehicle and conspiracy to commit a crime, and Kuehnau and Thompson on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a crime and receiving stolen property.

Three arrested after company vehicle stolen out of Woodland located in Placer County was last modified: July 12th, 2022 by admin
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