Car Theft Suspects (07/12/14)

07/11/2014 7:04 PM

07/11/2014 7:05 PM

Eight people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County from July 3 through Wednesday.

SUSPECT: Brandy Bates, 35, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: July 3

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

CHARGES: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, enhancement for crime committed while on bail, obstructing a police officer


SUSPECT: Jessica Castillo, 19, Ceres

DATE ARRESTED: July 3

ARRESTING AGENCY: StanCATT

CHARGES: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, evading a police officer; disregard for officer safety


SUSPECT: Louisa Herrera, 31, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: July 3

ARRESTING AGENCY: StanCATT

CHARGES: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, obstructing a police officer


SUSPECT: Jack Miner VI, 33, Ceres

DATE ARRESTED: July 3

ARRESTING AGENCY: Turlock Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, receiving stolen property


SUSPECT: Dennis Herd, 41, Denair

DATE ARRESTED: Monday

ARRESTING AGENCY: StanCATT

CHARGES: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, carrying a concealed dirk or dagger


SUSPECT: Stephen Metcalf, 28, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Monday

ARRESTING AGENCY: California Highway Patrol

CHARGES: Auto theft, attempted receipt of stolen property, owning or operating a chop shop, delaying or obstructing an officer in performance of his duty, re-arrest or revocation of probation


SUSPECT: Kaia Meares, 18, Ceres

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft


SUSPECT: Kory Morse, 31, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Riverbank Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, grand theft, criminal conspiracy, receiving stolen property, burglary, illegal possession of firearm ammunition

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