Bishop Police Make Two Vehicle Theft Arrests in Two Days

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Bishop Police Department

This report came to Sierra Wave News courtesy of the Bishop Police Department on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. Apparently, some local residents from Bishop and Mammoth Lakes have decided that stealing vehicles in Los Angeles and then driving them back up here to where they live is a good way to get around? Let’s hope not. Stay-at-Home! Except that the order was lifted.

Crime/Offense: VC 10851 – Vehicle Theft

On Tuesday, February 2, 2021, an officer conducting patrol in the 300 block of E. Pine Street noticed a suspicious occupied vehicle parked along the side of the road. Upon a records check of the license plate, the officer learned the vehicle was stolen from Los Angeles County. The officer contacted the male subject inside the vehicle and determined he was not the owner of the vehicle. Officers arrested Adrian Renteria Hernandez, age 38, from Bishop for vehicle theft and an outstanding arrest warrant. Renteria Hernandez was booked into the Inyo County Jail.

On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, Officers were patrolling the 100 block of South Street when an officer observed a S10 Chevrolet pickup. The officers initiated a traffic stop for a minor traffic violation. During contact with the occupants, the officers located narcotic paraphernalia inside the vehicle. As the investigation continued, the officers discovered the license plate attached to the vehicle belong to a different vehicle. Officers learned the pickup was stolen from Los Angeles County. Jesus Imperialgerman, age 29, of Mammoth Lakes was arrested and booked at the Inyo County Jail for vehicle theft.

 

 

 

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Sierra Lady
Sierra Lady
1 year ago

Great job BPD. Now if you all and CHP can just find the perps who stole my good friends’ car from a MMSA parking lot last week while he was working then abandoned it off a dirt road behind Laws leaving it with smashed in windows, lights, mirrors and center… Read more »

Lydia
Lydia
1 year ago

Always a mistake to underestimate small town law enforcement.
Way to go guys!

Tinner
Tinner
1 year ago

Good job, lock em up!

Andrew Clark
Andrew Clark
1 year ago

Nice work Bishop PD!