Burglary Suspects Reportedly Arrested During Fast Food Stop in Fairfield

Burglary Suspects Reportedly Arrested During Fast Food Stop in Fairfield
Originally published by the Fairfield Police Department:

“On January 4 at around 9:15 am, American Canyon Police Department called and advised that a burglary had just occurred in their city and they believed the culprit was heading to Fairfield in a U-Haul.

Not long after, Officer A. Diaz located the U-Haul at a fast food restaurant in the 2200 block of Pacific Avenue.

Quicker than a fast food employee can drop fresh fries, all occupants were detained – including the driver who was inside the restaurant (sorry, “No soup for you”! Just kidding, the restaurant didn’t serve soup – but bonus points if you got the Seinfeld reference).

One man had a non-extraditable warrant for embezzlement and was on active probation for…you guessed it – burglary.

The primary suspect,  identified as John Scharff, was also arrested for burglary. In addition to being wanted for a felony probation violation, Scharff was also on probation out of another county for the same offense.

All arrestees were turned over to American Canyon Police Department.

This was a great demonstration of the important role regional partnerships play in the pursuit of justice.”

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Burglary Suspects Reportedly Arrested During Fast Food Stop in Fairfield was last modified: January 8th, 2024 by admin
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