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Suspect Arrested for Alleged Auto Theft

Originally Published By: Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office Facebook Page “On Sept. 9, 2022, at about 2:30 a.m., Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputies on patrol on North Bank Road, in McKinleyville, observed


Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested in Elk Grove

Photo: Provided by Elk grove Police Dept. Story Originally Published By: Elk Grove Police Department Facebook Page: “The crime spree started early Monday morning on July 25th, around 5 am,

Santa Barbara

Alleged serial burglar arrested

Photo: Stolen car July 27, 2022 – Santa Barbara, Ca. Perhaps it’s the Federal Reserve’s recent increase in interest rates or a reaction to gas prices and the attendant inflationary


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


Man accused of posing as Comcast employee, leading police on pursuit

 Photo: The stolen van SAN RAFAEL — A man masquerading as a Comcast employee led Marin County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a high-speed chase. The suspect was observed attempting to


Napa PD: Man arrested, released, and arrested again all in one weekend

Above: Stolen tractor and trailer | Napa PD A Napa County man was arrested twice in the same weekend in what police are describing as a “weekend crime spree.” 31-year-old


Orange County woman accused of stealing U-Haul with autistic man sitting in it

A woman is suspected of stealing a U-Haul Box truck that had a man with autism inside.  Both the man and U-Haul have been located, but the suspect has not yet


Man allegedly keys and vehicle, attacks officer

Originally published as a Plumas County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post: “On May 17, 2022, at approx. 0800 hrs. the Plumas County Sheriff’s Dispatch Center received a 911 from a female


BART Police Identify and Arrest Passengers with Outstanding Warrants

OAKLAND — Passengers not paying to ride BART trains are getting free rides to jail for more than fare evasion. Identification checks of miscreants and fare evaders turn up many

San Mateo

Criminal syndicate linked to felony crimes

Photo: one of the scenes of illegal activity Originally published as a San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post – “In February of 2022, the San Mateo County Vehicle Theft