Police arrested a 30-year-old man Saturday for allegedly stealing credit and ATM cards and using them at local businesses, according to the San Anselmo Police Department. At around 12:25 p.m., a citizen reported that items were stolen from his unlocked vehicle, including credit and ATM cards. The victim learned from his credit card company that charges had recently been made in San Anselmo and San Rafael, according to police. A San Anselmo police officer staked out a business in San Rafael based in the information from the credit card company, and watched a male suspect quickly enter and leave the business then drive away in a white two-door Infiniti vehicle. The business owner immediately notified the San Rafael Police Department and verified that the suspect had just entered and then left in a white car. The San Anselmo police officer who had been staking out the business then stopped the white vehicle in San Rafael after it attempted to turn and drive in a different direction, according to police.
Upon investigating, police allegedly found that the suspect was in possession of the stolen cards and receipts of the stolen purchases. Police arrested Jared Brent Gadoury, of San Anselmo, for burglary, possession of a stolen property, fraudulent use of stolen credit cards, and possession of burglary tools.
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