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Riverbank Deputies Deal With Multiple Incidents

Recent cases saw Riverbank Police Services deputies reporting a variety of arrests in connection with warrants, narcotics, and DUI’s. Here is a brief recap of some of the incidents that occurred.

A theft of cosmetics from Ulta in the Crossroads Shopping Center during normal business hours occurred on Friday, Oct. 18 and is currently being investigated by Riverbank Polices Services detectives.

During the day shift on Thursday, Oct. 17 a deputy was dispatched to a traffic collision in the 2800 block of Marsh Creek where a motorist had struck a parked vehicle. Authorities said the 24-year-old male driver displayed signs of alcohol intoxication; tests administered showed a BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) over the legal limit and the man was booked for DUI.

Later that night during the graveyard shift, deputies were dispatched to the Stop-N-Save on Atchison regarding a subject that was acting bizarre and appeared to be under the influence. A 52-year-old woman was contacted and found to have a meth pipe and three baggies of suspected methamphetamine in her possession. She was booked for the violations.

On Tuesday, Oct. 15 a deputy made a bike stop for a violation near Sierra and Sixth during the day. The 43-year-old male cyclist was determined to have four warrants for his arrest; he was booked on those warrants.

During the day shift deputies were dispatched to a trespass complaint in the 6700 block of Estelle regarding a possible ‘squatter’ in a residence for sale on Monday, Oct. 14. After meeting with a Realtor willing to press charges for trespass, a 33-year-old woman was subsequently contacted inside the residence and then booked for the trespass violation.

Deputies contacted two subjects sleeping in their vehicles next to the railroad tracks on Terminal just south of the city limits during the graveyard shift. A 29-year-old man had three warrants for his arrest and a 31-year-old man also had a warrant for his arrest. Both were booked on the warrants.

During the graveyard shift on Sunday, Oct. 13 a deputy was patrolling near the El Ranchito Restaurant when he saw a 44-year-old man near the building. The deputy recognized the subject and knew him have a warrant. The man was contacted and booked on the warrant.

Also on this shift a deputy patrolling near Turpin and Jackson recognized a 38-year-old man and knew that he was wanted for the recent theft of a bike from a victim in Riverbank. Vaughn was taken into custody and booked in connection with the incident.

Additionally on this shift a deputy was patrolling near Sierra and Seventh when he conducted a probation search on a 28-year-old man Methamphetamine and a meth pipe were located on him and he was booked for the violations.