Monday, March 24, 2014

Calaveras Stolen Vehicles located in Tuolumne County

   On March 23, 2014 just after midnight Tuolumne County Sheriff's Deputies had just finished
assisting the CHP with recovering a stolen vehicle
out of Calaveras County near Serrano Road.

   The deputies were doing a patrol check of Serrano Road when they located another stolen vehicle out of Calaveras County in front of a residence in  the 19000 block of Serrano Road.

   The deputies maintained surveillance of the residence and vehicle.  A short time later Sunshine Nordstrom and Janee Johnson exited the
residence, according to Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office, and Nordstrom opened a door to the stolen vehicle.

   Both were taken into custody for alleged  possession of stolen property.  Johnson was in allegedly in  possession of a small amount of methamphetamine.

   While the arrests were taking place, the front door to the residence was slammed shut.  Information was developed that there were additional people inside the residence including one who had a felony assault with a deadly weapon warrant.

    The Tuolumne County SWAT Team was called out and set up a perimeter around the residence. A Search Warrant for the residence was obtained.
     About 3:30 AM Robert Williams exited the residence and was taken into custody. He allegedly  
  provided false identification to the deputies, was allegedly in possession of methamphetamine and allegedly was involved with the stolen vehicle.
   Four subjects were booked into the Tuolumne County Jail:

   Janee Michelle Johnson of Tuolumne County with bail set at $25,000, Jimmy Blake Terry  of Calaveras County  with no bail,  Robert Allen Williams of Tuolumne  County with bail set at $250,000 and  Sunshine Nichole Nordstrom of
Calaveras County with bail set at $10,000.



Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Tuolumne County Sheriff's Office. At least someone is catching these criminals.

Anonymous said...

It totally figures there was meth involved. Seems like have of Calaveras is using.

Unknown said...

Thank God these crack heads are not that smart and they park stolen cars in front of their own home, makes it easy to spot them. The last big drug bust was the result of a traffic stop where the truck had expired reg. The driver and passenger both had warrants. You would think the tweekers would know to not draw attention to them selfs when they are wanted by the law. But I guess if they had any common sence they wouldn't be doing meth in the first place. I don't know about you but these meth heads are so easy to spot.

Anonymous said...

You're right about that, but in 24 hours, they're right back on the street. No one does anything about them.

Anonymous said...

My best friend beat the heck out of Robert Williams in high school. Robert started the fight so he got what he deserved. It's too bad he didn't learn his lesson that day.