Loma Linda, CA: Deputy arrested a convicted felon, on probation, for grand theft auto and possession of ammunition.

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Loma Linda, CA: Deputy arrested a convicted felon, on probation, for grand theft auto and possession of ammunition.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at 8:30am PT on Friday, November 20th, 2015, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Alfredo Lopez was assigned to patrol in Loma Linda, California.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Alfredo Lopez stopped a black 2000 Honda Civic for a traffic violation near Bryn Mawr Avenue near Business Center Drive in Loma Linda, California.

While contacting the driver, 24 year old Vincent Sartoresi of San Bernardino, California, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Alfredo Lopez was advised the vehicle was stolen out of Colton, California.

San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Alfredo Lopez arrested Vincent Sartoresi without incident.

Vincent Sartoresi was searched and was in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana, and ammunition.

Vincent Sartoresi was found to be on Felony Probation for Grand Theft Auto.

Since Vincent Sartoresi is a convicted felon, Vincent Sartoresi is prohibited from possessing ammunition according to California State Law.

Vincent Sartoresi was transported and booked at the Central Detention Center without incident.

Vincent Sartoresi was charged with grand theft auto in violation of California Vehicle Code 10851(a) and felon in possession of ammunition in violation of California Penal Code 30305(a).

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