Thursday, October 25, 2018

UPDATE on Robbery from Calaveras Sheriff

   On October 23, 2018 at approximately 9:30 AM Calaveras deputies responded to the intersection of Hwy 26 and Campo Seco Turnpike Road in Mokelumne Hill, where a female victim reported that her vehicle tire had been shot after she followed robbery suspects from her residence on Jojoba Lane.

   The victim told deputies that she had awoken to a male suspect inside her house. She reported that he took several hundred dollars and fled along with several other subjects in a green colored Mustang.

  The victim, along with another person left the residence an began searching for the suspect's vehicle in the area.

   The victim located and followed the suspect's vehicle to the area of Hwy 26 and Campo Seco Turnpike Road in Mokelumne Hill, at which point both vehicles stopped.

   The male suspect fired a single shot at the victim's vehicle, striking the tire an disabling the victim's vehicle.

   A 'be on the lookout' alert was sent by Calaveras County Sheriff's Office Dispatch to surrounding jurisdictions.

    A CHP officer in Amador County stopped the suspect vehicle on Hwy 88 near the Sunset View Cemetery outside of Jackson.

   One male subject fled from the vehicle while the other two subjects in the green Mustang were arrested.

   Calaveras County Sheriff's detectives responded to the traffic stop location in Amador County for further investigation.

   Heather Grimes age 36) of West Point) and James Coit (age 52 of Mokelumne Hill) were arrested and booked into the Calaveras County Jail.

   CHP later arrested the man who fled the scene (31 year old Michael Sauve of Lodi) in Stockton.

   If anyone has additional information on this case, please call the Calaveras Sheriff at 754-6500.

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