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Fingerprint Leads To Arrest

Sonora, CA — The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office has cracked a burglary case.

Sgt. Jeff Wilson says an address on Plateau Road in Sonora was ransacked on May 5th and several items were stolen, including prescription medication.

A deputy found a fingerprint on a glass jar and it was sent to a Department of Justice laboratory. The finger print came back to match 39-year-old Gerald Kinder of Jamestown.

Kinder’s vehicle was seen in the area around the time burglary was reported. He has been arrested and booked into Tuolumne County Jail.

Written by bjhansen@mlode.com.