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Authorities Report Multiple Incidents In City Of Action
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The Labor Day weekend is over and although it was a holiday for some, Riverbank Police Services deputies were patrolling the streets of Riverbank this past week. Here are a few calls that they reported.

On Monday, Sept. 7 deputies located and stopped an occupied stolen vehicle. Jesse Cannon, 19 and Nicholas Hernandez, 18 both admitted that they had taken the vehicle without permission. They were arrested and booked into jail.

Deputies observed Brenda Rodriguez walking in the area of Patterson Road and Howard Avenue on Sunday, Sept. 6. They had prior knowledge that Rodriguez had two felony warrants. Both of the warrants were confirmed and Rodriguez was transported to jail.

Also on Sunday morning, deputies were dispatched due to a report of a male passed out in the roadway. Upon arrival the man was located on the 6500 block of Equestrian Drive and was asleep in his vehicle. He was found to be on searchable probation and during a compliance search illegal drugs and paraphernalia was located on his person. He was arrested and booked into jail.

A stolen vehicle was recovered on Saturday, Sept. 5 on the 2400 block of Claribel Road. RPS located an occupied stolen vehicle on Oakdale Road. The vehicle was just reported stolen out of Modesto. An enforcement stop was made and the driver Daniel Brophy, 27, was arrested.

On Friday, Sept. 4 deputies stopped a 43-year-old man for a seatbelt violation. During the stop it was determined he did not have a driver’s license. Deputies also located drugs in the vehicle. He was arrested for possession of illegal drugs, driving without a license, and not wearing a seatbelt.

Deputies observed a 28-year-old man walking out of the Tobacco City Store on Tuesday, Sept. 1. They knew he had a misdemeanor warrant. The subject was contacted and stated he had illegal drugs in his pocket. Deputies located drugs and paraphernalia on his person. The man was arrested for the warrant and drugs.

On the last day of August during the late night hours deputies observed Jorge Garcia, 36, walking on Seventh Street and knew he had a felony warrant issued for his arrest. After the warrant was confirmed Garcia was contacted and he was placed under arrest.

Also that night deputies conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a vehicle for a California Vehicle Code (CVC) violation on Dakota Avenue. The driver, a 40-year-old man, had a warrant issued by Santa Clara County. He was arrested and booked for the warrant.