William Sprayberry Arrested – It all started, according to the deputies, when they received a call about a stolen gray Dodge pickup that was driving across the county. A truck that had been stolen from Arkansas was discovered abandoned on the side of the road in Delta County, Texas, leading to the arrest of two individuals. They discovered the truck on Highway 24, where they also discovered Michael Penn, who was 64 years old, dozing off in the passenger seat. According to the allegations made against him, he told the deputies that the driver had departed to acquire gas.
Shortly after that, deputies located the driver, identified as William Sprayberry, 43, who was wandering along the highway. Both of the men were taken into custody. Sprayberry was found in possession of a huge quantity of phony currency as well as a syringe that contained a substance that resembled a crystal, according to a post made by the sheriff’s office on Facebook. As he is being held for the unlawful use of a motor vehicle, Penn is being charged with possession of a controlled substance and forgery of a financial instrument. Penn is being held in the meantime.
Related topic: Man arrested after stolen vehicle runs out of gas
On Wednesday afternoon, October 5, a 34-year-old male from Modesto was taken into custody after the Cadillac CT that he is accused of stealing broke down in the parking lot of the Home Store on Hatch Road. Around 4:37 o’clock in the afternoon, a loss prevention officer from the business called the police to report that a Cadillac CT had broken down in the parking lot, presumably due to the fact that it had run out of gas, and was obstructing an aisle.
A passenger stepped into the store as Luis Anguianocalzada, 34, from Modesto walked away from the automobile via the parking lot. Lydia Prieto, the officer, waited until she saw Anguianocalzada return to the Cadillac, and then she started pushing it out of the aisle. In the earlier part of the day in Ceres, it was found out that the Cadillac had been stolen. Following his arrest for being in possession of a stolen car, Anguianocalzada was transported to the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center for processing.
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