Tuesday, December 6, 2022

A Break In at the Low Gap County Government Complex Results in the Arrest of Fort Bragg Man

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The following is a press release issued by the Ukiah Police Department. The information has not been proven in a court of law and any individuals described should be presumed innocent until proven guilty:

Justin Williamson [Mugshot from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office Booking Logs]

On 11/03/22, at approximately 7:18 AM, UPD Officers were dispatched to 501 Low Gap Rd., The County of  Mendocino building, for a report of a burglary following employees finding an open exterior door. Officers  responded and searched the building for potential suspects and found none.  

Officers observed that an exterior door had been pried open by the suspect to gain entry. Officers contacted  County employees in order to determine what may have been stolen by the suspect. An initial check revealed  that multiple laptop computers appeared to be missing. UPD Officers were able to obtain video surveillance  footage of a male suspect taken inside the building earlier that morning.  

Following their initial investigation, Officers briefed UPD Detectives on the burglary. Detectives responded to  the area to search for the suspect and stolen items. At approximately 10:39 AM, a Detective searching the area  of the creek bed south of the County building located a male subject, identified as Justin Williamson, sitting  beneath a bridge. The Detective saw that Williamson was wearing the same distinctive hooded sweatshirt and  appeared to match the subject depicted in the surveillance video. Williamson also had two laptop bags at his  feet.  

The Detective placed Williamson under arrest and searched Williamson and his property. Williamson was  found to be in possession of several laptops, an electronic tablet, multiple cellular phones, and sets of car keys  all determined to be County property. Williamson was also in possession of a methamphetamine pipe. 

Williamson was transported to the MCSO jail where he was booked on the above listed charges. All stolen  recovered property was returned to County of Mendocino employees that day.

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7 COMMENTS

  1. How many people worldwide have been killed because of flawed christian religions? Too many deaths, or we’ll let you know when we finish the killings?

    I pray that religion in America will no longer prey upon secular Constitutional traditions advancing brain-dead, bone-headed, and woke christian-cult bullshit!

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