Crime Suspect found with ‘Things to Steel’ list arrested in California

21:55  27 may  2018
21:55  27 may  2018 Source:

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Trevor Nunes © San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office Trevor Nunes A man was arrested after deputies found he was driving a car with stolen plates and a “To Do” list of things to steal, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office said.

Trevor Nunes, of Tracy, also had a felony no bail warrant out of Alameda County for a probation violations, the Sheriff’s Office said.

After deputies found that Nunes’ car had stolen plates, they pulled it over and searched the Mercedes sedan, the Sheriff’s Office said. Inside, deputies found a shopping list with a subcategory called “Things to Steel.” That is not a typo, the list was called “Things to Steel.”

The list included “Licents Plate (sic),” “a Deck or in Dash,” “Subs,” and “Amp.”

Nunes was booked into San Joaquin County Jail, the Sheriff’s Office said. a close up of text on a whiteboard © San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office

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