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Thursday, 14 February 2008 05:11

Burglary Suspects

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The Jackson Police have arrested two suspects in a string of theft and burglary cases across Northern California. On February 8, Officers Courtney and Collins responded to a suspicious vehicle in the 900 block of North Main Street in Jackson. Upon arrival, the officers observed the vehicle had no license plates. The female occupant told the officers she did not have identification but identified herself as Heather Ketcher.
Earlier that morning, Collins had contact with a stranded female named Tiffani Hill who stated her friend had left her behind in Jackson. The officers later confirmed that the two women were friends. After checking the vehicle for identification, officers discovered twenty-five pieces of mail from various addresses on North Main Street, a briefcase with the logo “ Manteca Ambulance District”, and a pay stub with an unknown name. Police contacted the owners of the briefcase and pay stub who indicated that their vehicles had been burglarized. Ketcher and Hill are suspects in cases involving the Manteca Police Department, Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office, San Joaquin Sheriff’s Office, and Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office.
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