Elk Grove Police Arrests Four Suspects With Stolen Credit Cards, Drugs After Shoplifting Incident

January 29, 2015 | An early evening suspected shoplifting incident led to the arrests of four suspects on stolen credit cards and nar...

January 29, 2015 |

An early evening suspected shoplifting incident led to the arrests of four suspects on stolen credit cards and narcotics charges.

According to Elk Grove Police, loss prevention employees at the Kohls store on Bruceville Road observed two suspects leaving the establishment without paying for the merchandise. When the employees attempted to contact them, one alluded them and fled on foot while the other was detained in a parked car.

Responding officers contacted and arrested 20-year old Keri Southwood of Elk Grove after she was found to be in possession of narcotics and credit cards that were not in her name. The other suspect was identified as 20-year old Joseph Ryan of Elk Grove.

Shortly after arresting Southwood, patrol officers conducted an endorsement stop near Laguna Boulevard and Highway 99. One of the occupants in the vehicle was Ryan.

After arresting Ryan, officers arrested two other occupants after they were found both to be in possession of credit cards that were not in their names and narcotics. Arrested were  21-year old Alexander Dubay of Elk Grove, and 22-year old Leonard Velasco, who was also arrested last week in Elk Grove (see story on Velasco's arrest last week here.)   

All four suspects are being held at the county jail.

The incidents are under further investigation by Elk Grove Police, who could not confirm whether or not they are related to the recent rash of mailbox thefts. Because of the ongoing nature of the investigation, booking photos were not released. 




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Irishjewls66 said...

The last name of the girl is Southwood, not Scottwood.

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