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Alison Hash arrested in Pleasant Hill for alleged stolen a car and narcotics, credit cards under stolen identities

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A San Jose woman was arrested in Pleasant Hill Wednesday after police discovered evidence that she had stolen a car that contained narcotics and credit cards under stolen identities, police said today. Around 10 p.m. Wednesday, an officer conducted a records check on a car driving in the 1300 block of Contra Costa Boulevard and discovered that the car had been reported stolen in San Mateo County, according to police. The officer stopped the car and detained the driver, identified as 37-year-old Alison Terese Hash.

A search of the vehicle turned up several credit cards issued to Hash and under other names as well as credit card receipts for purchases made across multiple counties. An undisclosed amount of narcotics was also found in the car, police said. Hash was arrested on suspicion of car theft, identity theft, false impersonation, theft of access cards and drug possession. She is being held in county jail on $100,000 bail. Police said that further investigation into the case will likely lead to additional charges.

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