Stanislaus County car theft suspects (04/12/14)

04/11/2014 11:33 AM

04/11/2014 3:49 PM

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


Suspect: Terrance McKenzie, 39, Turlock

Date arrested: April 3

Arresting Agency: Turlock Police Department

Charges: Auto theft, rearrest or revocation of probation, possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia


Suspect: Paula Tavares, 27, Oakdale

Date arrested: April 3

Arresting Agency: California Highway Patrol

Charges: Auto theft, receiving stolen property


Suspect: Victoria Craig, 19, Turlock

Date arrested: April 5

Arresting Agency: TPD

Charges: Auto theft, second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property


Suspect: Matthew Lowe, 22, Ceres

Date arrested: Sunday

Arresting Agency: CHP

Charges: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, parole violation


Suspect: Jessica Holmes, 31, Modesto

Date arrested: Monday

Arresting Agency: Modesto Police Department

Charges: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer


Suspect: Bryan Collins, 42, Ceres

Date arrested: Tuesday

Arresting Agency: Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department

Charges: Auto theft, corporal injury to spouse, carjacking, vandalism


Suspect: Richard Coey Jr., 29, Modesto

Date arrested: Wednesday

Arresting Agencies: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force, CHP

Charges: Auto theft, felon addicted to use of narcotics, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, evading a police officer; disregard for officer safety, delaying or obstructing an officer in the performance of his duties, possession of burglary tools, parole violation


Suspect: Jennifer Durling, 30, Modesto

Date arrested: Wednesday

Arresting Agencies: StanCATT, CHP

Charges: Auto theft, receiving stolen property

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