Elk Grove Police Apprehend Suspected Car Thief After Pursuit

January 15, 2015 |

Elk Grove Police apprehended a man suspected of driving a stolen car after a vehicle pursuit last night in Elk Grove.
Arthur Curtright. 

According to police reports, patrol officers observed 18-year old Arthur Cornelius Curtright of Sacramento operating a vehicle that had been reported stolen. When officers attempted to conduct an enforcement stop, Curtright did not stop and led officers on a 13 minute, 6.9 mile pursuit that ended near Laguna Boulevard and Big Horn Drive.

Curtright was arrested without incident and remains in custody at the county jail on a $50,000 bail. 

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Anonymous said...


Dude could have killed innocent motorists DURING THE CHASE if he ran red lights and T-Boned someone.



Pete Malloy said...

Why do these people head to Elk Grove with their stolen cars? Maybe they get hungry and they heard we are the Foodie destination city and shoplifter's delight?

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