Friday, May 15, 2009

Stakeout Results In Arrests Of Three Theft Suspects

On May 13, 2009, at 8:47 a.m., Sacramento County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to take a theft report at a fencing business in the 5300 block of Jackson Street in North Highlands. When deputies arrived, they were told someone had cut a hole in the fence that surrounds their business and stole fourteen rolls of chain link fencing valued at over $2,000. The employees of the business had discovered seven of the stolen fencing rolls left by the thieves near a drainage canal that borders the business. The rolls were hidden in tall grass and covered with old clothing. The employees told the deputies they thought the thieves would be back later that day to retrieve the remaining stolen rolls.

The deputies notified the Sheriff’s North Division detectives who set up a surveillance of the stolen fencing rolls. Later that night, shortly after 7:30 p.m., detectives watched as three suspects drove a pickup truck into the area, loaded the rolls into the bed of the truck and drove away. The detectives stopped the truck a short distance away and arrested 39-year-old Douglas Allman, 44-year-old Donna Dewey-Mullins, and 50-year-old Debra Deti without incident.
All three suspects were booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail. Dewey-Mullins and Deti were booked on the charge of grand theft; Allman was also booked on the charge of grand theft as well as for violating his parole.

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