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Police: Two arrested after $45,000 of electronics stolen from American Canyon storage center

Police: Two arrested after $45,000 of electronics stolen from American Canyon storage center


American Canyon Police announced the arrest of two Vallejo residents in connection with the theft of about $45,000 worth of electronic equipment from a storage-rental facility.

The items, which included a computer server, were taken on Saturday night from a storage center in the 3400 block of Broadway, according to Sgt. Jeff Matlock. Police later went to the Vallejo home of 37-year-old Barbara Estelle Sanford and 30-year-old Cameron Mitchell Manning in the 100 block of Jordan Street and detained both residents at 1:15 p.m. Sunday, Matlock said.

A search of their vehicle revealed several items that had been reported stolen by the person renting the burglarized storage unit, Matlock added.

Manning and Sanford were booked into the Napa County jail on suspicion of felony burglary.


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Howard Yune covers public safety for the Napa Valley Register. He has been a reporter and photographer for the Register since 2011, and previously wrote for the Marysville Appeal-Democrat, Anaheim Bulletin and Coos Bay (Oregon) World.

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