Arrest for Vehicular Assault and Brandishing Fake Gun
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On the afternoon of April 27th, Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Thousand Oaks Patrol deputies responded to a distress call reporting a traffic collision and the display of a handgun on Ventura Park Road at Highway 101 in the City of Thousand Oaks.
Upon arrival at the scene, deputies discovered that the suspect had fled in a black sedan. Witnesses reported that the driver of the black sedan had exhibited aggressive behavior, leading to the accident victim losing control of their vehicle. According to VCSD spokesman Sgt. Dillan Alvarez, the suspect had menacingly brandished a handgun at a witness before driving away from the accident scene.
The ensuing investigation, which included examination of surveillance video, lead to the identification of 38-year-old Camarillo resident Sabrina Bolds as the aggressive suspect.
Two weeks later, on May 12th , Bolds was located and contacted at her residence. She was taken into custody without incident following the service of a search warrant and the discovery of evidence within the home “connecting Bolds to this incident.”
Bolds was transported to Ventura County Jail, where she was booked on charges of Assault by Means Likely to Produce Great Bodily Injury and Exhibition of an Imitation Firearm, with her bail set at $100,000.