SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) — Police arrested two Monterey County residents Saturday after they allegedly looted a property and led officers on a pursuit in Santa Rosa, police stated.
At 6 p.m., police acquired a report of two suspicious individuals getting into a burnt space of The Overlook flats at 200 Bicentennial Means. One of many suspects got here out carrying a big flat-display TV, which positioned right into a Ford pickup truck, police stated.
The one that referred to as to report the crime offered police with an outline of the suspects and their truck. Police checked the license plate quantity on the truck and discovered it had been reported stolen on Oct. 23 from the Monterey space, police stated.
Officers arrived and located the truck in a line of automobiles ready to get by way of the Nationwide Guard roadblock at Spherical Barn Circle. As officers approached, the truck made an abrupt end up of the road, drove over the middle median and fled, police stated.
The truck drove north on Mendocino Avenue, reaching speeds of about 70 mph., earlier than turning westbound on Steele Lane. Because the truck approached Coddingtown Mall, officers terminated the pursuit as a result of it posed a menace to public security, police stated.
Officers stored an eye fixed on the truck from a distance, however quickly overlooked it close to West Steele Lane and Marlow Street.
A short while later, a resident on Belair Means referred to as police to report that two individuals parked a Ford truck of their neighborhood and ran away. When officers arrived, they situated the truck and located the stolen TV and different stolen property contained in the mattress.
Officers searched the world and located the 2 suspects leaping over fences. They have been stopped and brought into custody on Royal Oak Courtroom. They have been allegedly in possession of different stolen property, police stated.
The suspects have been recognized as 29-yr-previous Sean Kranyak of Monterey and 22-yr-previous Christina Marsh of Marina. They have been arrested on suspicion of quite a few offenses together with looting, conspiracy, car theft and reckless evading, police stated. They have been booked into jail on $500,000 bail.
Police stated neither suspect is believed to have ties to Sonoma County.
Anybody with details about this case can name Santa Rosa police at (707) 543-3600.