Auto theft suspects: Aug. 18

08/18/2007 8:26 AM

09/22/2007 6:36 AM

Eleven people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County between Aug. 9 and Wednesday.

SUSPECT: Justin Yarbrough, 32, transient

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 9

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property, harassing a police animal, parole violation

SUSPECT: Joseph Decoster, 28, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 9

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property, state prison hold

SUSPECT: Stephanie Aguiar, 34, Riverbank

DATE ARRESTED:Aug. 9

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property

SUSPECT: Rodolfo Mendoza, 40, transient

DATE ARRESTED:Aug. 10

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property

SUSPECT: David Thomas, 52, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED:Aug. 11

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto PD

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property, driving on a suspended license

SUSPECT: Emily Blevins, 20, Ripon

DATE ARRESTED: Aug. 11

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto PD

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property

SUSPECT: Kevin Burch, 23, Modesto

DAY ARRESTED: Monday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property, parole violation

SUSPECT: Joshua Krueger, 18, Turlock

DAY ARRESTED: Monday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Turlock Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, burglary, conspiracy to commit a crime

SUSPECT: Michael Naranjo, 25, Turlock

DAY ARRESTED: Wednesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

CHARGES: Auto theft, possession of stolen property

SUSPECT: Crystal Fore, 30, Modesto

DAY ARRESTED:Wednesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto PD

CHARGES: Auto theft, driving on a suspended license

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