Campbell PD Weekend Arrests Update
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The Campbell Police Department had a busy weekend keeping the city safe, with several notable arrests made. Among these were Tabitha Ulloa, a probationer on the Supervised Own Recognizance Release Program, and Christina Salinas, who were stopped for a traffic violation.
Upon searching Tabitha, officers discovered she was in possession of methamphetamine, which was intended for sale, as well as stolen credit cards and personal identifying information. Christina was also found to have stolen property and burglary tools in her possession. Both were arrested under multiple charges.
In another incident, officers attempted to stop Michael Marcos, a parolee at large, who was driving a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was identified by the Flock license plate reader system. Michael fled and was pursued into the Los Gatos Creek, where he was eventually apprehended by the Campbell Police Department’s officers and K9 unit, with the assistance of the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office.
The Campbell Police Department commended the officers for their quick thinking and action, which led to the successful arrests of the suspects. They also reminded the public that their Flock license plate reader system is a valuable asset in identifying and recovering stolen vehicles, as well as apprehending suspects involved in criminal activity.