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Four people were arrested today in connection with several auto burglaries and attempted auto thefts at Lake Berryessa on July 7, a Napa County Sheriff’s captain said. Their arrests came during the service of search warrants in Vallejo, Benicia and Walnut Creek by several law enforcement agencies, Capt. Tracey Stuart said. Patricia Logan, 33, and Jeffrey Caldwell, 24, of Vallejo, were arrested in Vallejo for burglary. Angie Villanueva, 32, of Vallejo, and Shelly Bader, 39, of Benicia, were arrested for possession of stolen property.
All four were booked into the Napa County jail, Stuart said. The suspects allegedly smashed vehicle windows on state Highway 28 near the Montecito Dam between 3 and 5 p.m. on July 7, Stuart said. The sheriff’s office said two men who wore black T-shirts and were seen in a white 2000 Ford Expedition that was towing a blue and white boat also were suspects in the Lake Berryessa crimes.
Michael Allen, 46, was arrested on suspicion of burglary and attempted auto theft at his Vallejo residence on July 12. During the service of warrants this morning, Ricky Schanke, 54, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance at his mobile home at 203 Mobile Lane in Vallejo, Stuart said. A grenade was found during the search of his home and the Napa County Hazardous Devices Team rendered the grenade safe and turned it over to the Solano County Sheriff’s Office, Stuart said. Several residents of the Newell Mobile Home Park were evacuated during the incident.
James Stepps, 44, of Vallejo was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, Robert White, 42, of Vallejo was arrested on outstanding warrants and Brenda Terrado, 62, of Walnut Creek was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. All three were booked into the Solano County jail. Napa police, the Napa County District Attorney’s Office, Vallejo police, the California Highway Patrol, Benicia police and the Solano County Sheriff’s Office participated in serving the search warrants.
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