City of Woodland Public Safety
1000 Lincoln Ave.
Woodland, CA 95695
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||PRESS RELEASE #WDP13-003619U|
|Subject :||STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERED AND ARREST MADE|
|Contact :||Anthony Cucchi, Lieutenant, Woodland Police Department (530) 661-7816|
|Original Press Release from 6/24/2013:|
On 6-24-13, at about 0730 hrs., Woodland Police Officer were dispatched to 655 N Pioneer Ave, City of Woodland's Municipal Service Center. When officers arrived on scene they were notified that sometime from 6-22-13 about 1700 hrs. to 6-24-13 at 0730 hrs an unknown suspect/suspects cut the chainlink gate allowing them access to the premises.
The suspect/suspects entered the premises and stole two box trailers. One of the box trailers contained miscellaneous tools and roadway signage. The total loss of this trailer and its contents were estimated at $100,000. The second box trailer was estimated to be a loss of $17,000.
Investigators from the Yolo County Gang Task Force and the Yolo County Narcotics Enforcement Team conducted an investigation into the recent thefts of property throughout the county. The thefts also included City of Woodland equipment belonging to the Public Works Department.
The investigation revealed that David McGuire, 29 year old Woodland resident, and Calli Garcia, 30 year old Yolo County resident, were involved in the thefts of this property. Through the course of the investigation, investigators were able to recover tens of thousands of dollars worth of property that was stolen. This included a majority of the property that was stolen from the City of Woodland. So far the investigation has revealed that the recovered property is associated with at least twelve different cases from the cities of Woodland and Davis.
Both McGuire and Garcia have been arrested for Possession of Stolen Property and have been booked at the Yolo County Jail.
The investigation is still ongoing. Anyone with information about these thefts is encouraged to call the Woodland Police Department at (530) 666-2411. Callers may remain anonymous.