A female subject was arrested early Friday for an outstanding warrant from an April auto theft at a Turlock car lot.
Police responded to the 2000 block of Golden State Boulevard Avenue at around 3:14 a.m. after a passerby reported a female juvenile smoking outside of a business, said Turlock police spokesperson Officer Mayra Lewis.
The witness reported that the female appeared to be a juvenile, but it was later found that she was of legal smoking age.
When officers arrived they contacted the female subject, Victoria Craig, 20, and found that she had an outstanding felony warrant for auto theft.
The warrant was not an arrest warrant, said Lewis, but most likely Craig had missed her court date for an April auto theft.
Craig was arrested on April 5, after she allegedly broke through the front door of Platinum Auto Sales, located at 210 S. Golden State Blvd., and stole the keys to a purple GMC SUV from the car lot.
After breaking through the door with what employees described as a crowbar and grabbing the keys, she fled from the car lot in the SUV.
Craig was involved in a short, low speed pursuit with police after an officer attempted to make a traffic stop. Craig eventually wrecked the vehicle making a right turn onto English Avenue.
At the time, Craig was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle, burglary, possession of stolen property, and pursuit.
Craig was arrested and booked for the felony warrant on Friday.