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Car stolen, quick bust by Desert Hot Springs Police

Our great Police Chief Pat Williams DHSPD

On Monday, January 16, 2012, at approximately 0654 hours, officers from the Desert Hot Springs Police Department were called to investigate the theft of a motor vehicle. Officers learned that the vehicle was taken from in front of the location sometime during the night.

While on patrol, at approximately 11:00 PM, officers located the stolen vehicle in the area of Mission Lakes Blvd and Vista Del Valle. At the time, it was occupied by four suspects.

Officers conducted a stolen vehicle investigation stop on the vehicle. The suspects were arrested and booked for vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, drug possession and outstanding warrant charges. Suspects Amaro, Sadoski, and Sawdey were transported to Banning Jail. Jackson was cited and released.

Any information regarding this press release should be directed to Desert Hot Springs Police Detective Eddie Cole at 760.329.6411 x294.

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