Duo Nabbed with Stolen Vehicle, Meth

Courtesy of Turlock Police Department

Turlock police arrested a duo early on Monday after finding them in possession of a stolen vehicle and methamphetamine.

At approximately 1:55 a.m. Monday, Turlock police allegedly stopped a vehicle near the intersection of Lander and Linwood avenues that had been reported stolen.

According to Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Stephen Webb, the vehicle had been reported stolen from the 800 block of Grandview Circle at 1:05 a.m.

An officer spotted the vehicle, which they allegedly knew was stolen, said Webb.

When the officer stopped the vehicle, they contacted the driver, Katherine Womack, 22, and a passenger, David Hendon, 35, in the alleged stolen vehicle.

Womack was arrested for auto theft and possession of stolen property.

The officer performed a probation search on Hendon and found that he was in possession of methamphetamine. He was subsequently arrested for the meth. 

Comments 5

  1. Familiar faces says:
    I recognize the guy coming into a certain 24 hr business and being kicked out for loitering and attempting to shoplift. What do ya know.
  2. baby's momma says:
    It's sad cause he has two beautiful girls that love him and need him .
  3. Stop misusing allegedly. says:
    Learn to properly use the word "alleged". The police didn't "allegedly" stop a vehicle. It is a fact that it was stopped by the police and there is proof of the stop. They didn't stop the vehicle because they "allegedly knew it was stolen", it is factual that they knew it was stolen and proof that they knew it was stolen which is why they stopped it. The only proper use of the word alleged or allegedly is in regards to the car being stolen. That fact needs to be proved in a court of law. Your consistent misuse of the word causes one to question the legitimacy of your reporting.
  4. nynan45 says:
    [b] allegedly et al.[/b]

    To the guest who wrote about the use of the word "alleged", please go back and revisit some basic grammar rules. You cannot criticize someone for using the English language in a cavalier way if you too make tons of errors and misuse words also.
  5. Ben Dover says:
    I like turtles.

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