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Chase leads to two arrests — and some free landscaping

Man arrested and charged with evading arrest, auto theft after Lodi police dog traps him in bush

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Posted: Wednesday, January 30, 2013 12:00 am

With the help of a police dog named Max, Lodi police officers arrested two suspects in an early morning car theft on Tuesday, according to Lt. Chris Jacobson.

At 4:19 a.m., police received a call about a 2002 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck stolen from a home on Virginia Avenue in Lodi. While one officer headed to the residence to take the report, Officer Mike Mantzouranis heard the vehicle's description — and saw a truck matching that description driving along Lower Sacramento Road near Turner Road.

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  • Ed Walters posted at 1:44 pm on Wed, Jan 30, 2013.

    the old dog Posts: 638

    In any case where a K-9 is use in the capture of anyone that would run from the law, what could be more important? If a person is hiding and cannot be found by conventinal means, by all means bring in the K-9 / man hunter. When the dogs handler makes the comment, come out or I will send the dog, best advice come out and give up. From what I understand, if bitten by a K-9, you never want to be bitten again. The best crime fighting tool, and works for a biscuit.



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