Arrests of Suspected Drunk Driver, Shoplifter Found to Have Other Outstanding Charges

December 19, 2013 | The arrests of individuals in two separate incidents yesterday by Elk Grove Police led to the discovery of additi...

December 19, 2013 |

The arrests of individuals in two separate incidents yesterday by Elk Grove Police led to the discovery of additional arrest warrants for the suspects.

A suspected shoplifting at the Elk Grove Blvd. Walmart led to the arrest of 22-year old Tranice Smith of Sacramento. A records search revealed that Smith, who provided officers with a false identity, had other two misdemeanor burglary arrest warrants.

Smith is in custody at the county jail and is ineligible for bail for breaking terms of her parole. An accomplice who was with Smith at Walmart evaded arrest.

Last night police also arrested 30-year old Andrea Valentine of Sacramento on suspicion of drunk driving. After failing a field sobriety test near Sheldon and Grantline roads, a records check revealed the suspect had active warrants for her arrest.

Valentine remains in custody at the county jail and is ineligible for bail.

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35th Safest City in the U.S. said...

New EG motto: "Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to steal, drink, and get high,
The wretched refuse of your teeming city and neighbor to the north.
Send these, the sneaky, tweaked, and sticky fingered.
I lift my lamp beside the golden arches and fast food drive-thrus"

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