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May 2, 2014

Stanislaus County car theft suspects (5/3/14)

Eight people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County from April 25 through Wednesday.

Eight people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County from April 25 through Wednesday.


Suspect: Joel Cavazos, 55, Modesto

Date arrested: April 25

Arresting Agency: California Highway Patrol

Charges: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, evading/disregard for officer safety


Suspect: Gabriel Anthony Santillano, 18, Modesto

Date arrested: April 26

Arresting Agency: Modesto Police Department

Charges: Auto theft


Suspect: Carlos Santoyo, 21, Hayward

Date arrested: April 26

Arresting Agency: MPD

Charges: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property


Suspect: Thomas Mahealani Swayne, 52, Patterson

Date arrested: Sunday

Arresting Agency: Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department

Charges: Auto theft, false impersonation, assault with deadly weapon other than a firearm, inflicting corporal injury on spouse or cohabitant


Suspect: James Allen Bastin, 52, Modesto

Date arrested: Tuesday

Arresting Agency: MPD

Charges: Auto theft, presenting false identification to police officer, rearrest or revocation of probation


Suspect: Nicholas Patrick Kremer, 29, transient

Date arrested: Tuesday

Arresting Agency: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

Charges: Auto theft, felony evading, receiving stolen property, delaying or obstructing a police officer in performance of his duties, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance, burglary


Suspect: Anthony Allen Treat, 45, Ripon

Date arrested: Tuesday

Arresting Agency: StanCATT

Charges: Auto theft, receiving stolen property, delaying or obstructing a police officer in performance of his duties, possession of drug paraphernalia


Suspect: Raymond Matthew Rosas, 33, Empire

Date arrested: Wednesday

Arresting Agency: StanCATT

Charges: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, enhancement for committing a crime while on bail, rearrest or revocation of probation

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