Police Arrests Probationers, Parolee Accused of Shoplifting From Elk Grove Liquor Store

Mikaik Zhuk | September 15, 2016  | Two probationers, one of who is also on parole, were arrested after they allegedly shoplifted alc...

Mikaik Zhuk |
September 15, 2016  |

Two probationers, one of who is also on parole, were arrested after they allegedly shoplifted alcohol and provided police officers with false identification.

On the evening of Tuesday, September 13 Elk Grove Police officers responded to the Bev Mo' store on West Stockton Boulevard regarding two men who possibly shoplifted merchandise. Responding officers contacted 21-year old Clarance Lamuel Bradley and 28-year old Mikaik Zhuk, both of Sacramento, standing next to a vehicle that was reported belonging to one of the suspects.

A records check revealed that Bradley was on probation, and a search led to the discovery of alcohol allegedly stolen from the store and a controlled substance. Zhuk initially provided false identification to officers, but after learning his true identity, he was found to be on probation and parole.

Both suspects were arrested and booked into the county jail where they both remain in custody.  

Clarance Lamuel Bradley. 








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