3 meth-related arrests made by Elk Grove Police



December 20, 2018 |  

In the span of less than 24 hours, Elk Grove Police made three methamphetamine-related arrests. 

The first incident occurred just after 1 a.m. when police Barry Gracier, 52 of Sacramento and Daisey Marie Reber, 35, who were in a parked car on the 10000 block of Grant Line Road. A records check revealed. A record check revealed Reber had an outstanding arrest warrant and a subsequent search of the vehicle led to the discovery of the meth.

Gracier was cited and released, while Reber was arrested and booked into the county jail where she remains in custody on warrants from Solano and Placer counties. Arraignment will be on Monday, December 24. 

The second arrests came just before 6 p.m. on Elk Grove-Florin Road and Black Kite Drive when police contacted Thomas John Colta, 56, of Elk Grove. After being stopped for a traffic violation, a record check showed Colta to be on probation and had an outstanding arrest warrant.

A probation search led to the discovery of meth which led to the arrest. Colta will be arraigned on Monday, December 24, is not eligible for release but has a projected release date on February 22. 

The last arrests had two suspects taken into custody just after 10 p.m. Lang William Crisostomo, 46, is on probation and Jose Anthony Crisostomo, 33, both of Elk Grove, had an active arrest warrant.

A search of the motorhome they were contacted in near Di Lusso Drive and Romanzo Way led to the discovery of meth. Both suspects were arrested and booked into the county jail and will be arraigned on Monday, December 24.  



 






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