Dixon Police Handle a Freaky Friday Last Week

Dixon PoliceFriday, October 17, was a memorable day for the Dixon Police Department with at least three serious and unusual situations, and one in the earliest hours of Saturday.

At 12:39 Friday morning a traffic stop 100 blk Dorset Dr lead to the arrest of Matthew Brazelton (31) of Dixon on an outstanding warrant from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office for numerous violations, including: Possession of a controlled substance; Possession of a controlled substance and Driving on a suspended license. Brazelton was booked into the Solano County Jail and his vehicle was impounded.

Then at 9:51 am, a report of Suspicious persons at Patwin Park lead to detention of one minor and the arrest of Jacob Worley (28) of Dixon for Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of burglary tools. Worley was cite released from the scene.

That evening, at 7:08 pm a theft was reported at Wal-Mart. That led to the discovery of counterfeit U.S. Currency, computers, scanning equipment, identity theft evidence and the arrest of two suspect:

Suspect #1 was Jeremy Anderson (30) of Fairfield for an outstanding warrant for probation violation and new charges of: Burglary, Conspiracy, Possession of Counterfeit Device, Make/Possess Fake Bills & False ID to a Police Officer.

Suspect #2 was Ondraya Wroten (29) also of Fairfield who was arrested for three outstanding warrant, FTA, Probation Violation, Contempt of Court and new charges of Possession of Blank checks, Forged /False Checks, Possession of Fake Bills, Possession of Counterfeit Device, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Conspiracy & Burglary.

Both Anderson and Wrotenwere booked into the Solano County Jail and their vehicle was impounded.

Just after midnight on Saturday, October 18, at 12:38 am a report was received of the theft of an aluminum boat with a camouflage paint scheme and a 20 horsepower outboard motor, as well as a Ezloa boat trailer. The theft took place on the 800 block of Stratford Avenue. Anyone with information about, or who may have witnessed the boat theft, is asked to call the Dixon Police Department at (707) 678-7070.

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