Traffic Stops Leads to Arrest of Two Suspects With Outstanding Warrants

Also another Wal Mart arrest An early morning traffic stop by Elk Grove Police led to the arrest of two suspects with outstanding warrants...

Also another Wal Mart arrest

An early morning traffic stop by Elk Grove Police led to the arrest of two suspects with outstanding warrants.

According to police reports, officers stopped a vehicle being operated by 29-yer-old Katherine Sloan of Sacramento for a code violation near Sheldon Road and Highway 99. A records check of Sloan and a passenger, 48-year-old Clem Carney of Sacramento, revealed both had outstanding warrants out for their arrest.

Both suspects were arrested and taken to the county jail were Carney remains in custody.

Police officers were again dispatched to the Elk Grove Wal Mart where they arrested 44-year-old Angela Calhoun of Sacramento on suspicion of shoplifting. The suspect was taken to the county jail were she remains in custody on a $30,000 bail.

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Michael Monasky said...

I wonder: how many people are being arrested at WalMart who fail to pay for goods simply because they did not self pay and receive assistance from a cashier?
It's a reason why I hate to shop there and avoid it.
I had the same experience at IKEA in West Sacramento last week.
The self payment algorithm is confusing and the staff were insulting and obstreperous.
Michael Monasky

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