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* Tracy Alcantra Santa Rosa woman pleaded no contest 14 felony counts including mail theft

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A Santa Rosa woman pleaded no contest Friday to 14 felony counts including mail theft, according to the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office.Sonoma County District Attorney Stephan Passalacqua said 47-year-old Tracy Alcantra committed the crimes between November 2007 and February 2009.Passalacqua said the offenses included stealing mail from numerous victims, using checks belonging to others,transporting methamphetamine,  passing counterfeit money and creating and passing false checks using stolen bank account information.Alcantra had been sent to state prison on four other occasions,  has one prior felony strike and committed the crimes while out on bail, according to the district attorney’s office She faces up to eight years in prison when she is sentenced April 29.

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  • furthermore, as far as as the prior felony strike you must be referring to the 1985 vehicle accident she was a victim of and lost her beloved friend in, the vehicle accident that was pursued by the DA against Ms. Alcantra as manslaughter, a case that was so emotionally traumatizing all around that she finally ‘gave in’ and took the time that she was offered. Can you imagine losing your dear friend, being injured yourself, then facing a court trying to convict you of something you already feel guilt for surviving in the first place. That must be the felony strike your refering to, alledged strike, since it is news to all of us who know the facts. Must be a little icing from the DA’s PR report.

  • ‘according to the district attorney’s office’ !! This is not the whole story and a pretty vague story at that being as though the statements are one sided, those of only the DA’s office and mentioning various ‘charges’ and not the specific details. This should not be posted as a ‘Fugitive’ interest not once was she a fugitive. Keeping in mind that not one of the charges has been proven in a court of law.

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