Stanislaus County Auto Theft Suspects (9/8/13)

September 7, 2013 

Nine people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County from Aug. 8 through Aug. 14.

SUSPECT: Casey Alexander Canto, 27, Riverbank

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 14

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer

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SUSPECT: Casey Lyn Kerns, 30, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 14

ARRESTING AGENCY: MPD

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, first- and second-degree burglary, evading a peace officer with disregard for safety

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SUSPECT: Lorenzo Gonzalez, 23, Delhi

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 14

ARRESTING AGENCY: Turlock Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, vandalism

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SUSPECT: Ricky Beets Jr., 29, Keyes

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 13

ARRESTING AGENCY: California Highway Patrol

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer

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SUSPECT: Heather Victoria Salen, 29, Turlock

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 11

ARRESTING AGENCY: Turlock Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, battery

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SUSPECT: Michael Alan Trahan, 26, Oakdale

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 9

ARRESTING AGENCY: Oakdale Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, receiving a known stolen vehicle, driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, driving with a licensed suspended or revoked for DUI

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SUSPECT: Harlan Martin, 22, Livermore

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 9

ARRESTING AGENCY: MPD

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, receiving stolen property, rearrest or revocation of parole

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SUSPECT: Kennis Ray Calhoun, 32, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 8

ARRESTING AGENCY: MPD

CHARGES: Vehicle theft

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SUSPECT: Mario Flores, 38, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 8

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, delaying or obstructing an officer in the performance of duty

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