Sonora, CA– Two Sonora residents were arrested Monday night on a number of charges including felony possession of stolen property and felony possession of a dangerous weapon.
According to Sonora Police, at approximately 8:32 pm, employees from Safeway reported a theft of merchandise totaling $32.06 from their store. The employees described the suspect as a female who fled the scene in a vehicle driven by a man.
With descriptions of both the suspects and their vehicle, officers located and stopped 23-year-old Deanna Webb and 19-year-old James Hanson. The suspects were identified as being involved in the theft and the stolen merchandise was recovered. Hanson was also in possession of a concealed dagger. Both Sonora residents were taken into custody without incident and booked at the Tuolumne County Jail.
Webb was charged with felony possession of stolen property, felony conspiracy to commit a crime and misdemeanor theft. Hanson was charged with felony possession of a dangerous weapon, felony possession of stolen property, felony conspiracy to commit a crime and a misdemeanor for driving on a suspended driver’s license.