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Auto Theft Suspects

Nine people were arrested on suspicion of auto theft in Stanislaus County from May 21 through Wednesday.

SUSPECT: Anthony Liegl, 42, Copperopolis

DATE ARRESTED: May 21

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer

    

SUSPECT: James Broughton, 48, Newman

DATE ARRESTED: May 22

ARRESTING AGENCY: Newman Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, carrying a loaded firearm, attempted receiving property

    

SUSPECT: Alex Ambroziac, 24, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: May 22

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, rearrest-revoke probation

    

SUSPECT: Sabrina Miranda, 26, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: May 23

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, receiving known stolen property

    

SUSPECT: Esther Lopez, 26, Waterford

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, attempted receiving property

    

SUSPECT: Ryan Lockman, 24, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft, obstructing/resisting public officer, receiving known stolen property, possession of burglary tools

    

SUSPECT: Octavio Ramirez, 38, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Modesto Police Department

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, receiving known stolen property, rearrest-revoke probation

    

SUSPECT: Lamboon Suth, 33, Modesto

DATE ARRESTED: Tuesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force

CHARGES: Vehicle theft, theft or extortion involving a motor vehicle or trailer, owning-operating a chop shop

    

SUSPECT: Cassie Lair, 22, Turlock

DATE ARRESTED: Wednesday

ARRESTING AGENCY: Turlock Police Department

CHARGES: Auto theft

    

Stanislaus County residents can report a suspected auto theft to their local law enforcement agency or call the Stanislaus County Auto Theft Task Force at 545-7316. Call 911 if you observe a theft in progress.

Here's a tip to help prevent you from becoming a victim of auto theft: Never leave any keys in the car or ignition, inside a locked garage or in hide-a-key boxes.

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