Santa Barbara Police Officers Nab Overnight Summer Solstice Thieves

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Santa Barbara Police Officers Nab Overnight Summer Solstice Thieves
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Source: Santa Barbara Police Officers

On Sunday, June 24 at approximately 1PM, several Officers were working the Summer Solstice Event in Alameda Park when several vendors reported that merchandise was stolen overnight. 

While the Officers were investigating, one of the victims saw two suspects near the concert venue wearing items of stolen clothing. 

Isaac Brown, aged 28, and Kory Brown, aged 41, both non-residents, were arrested on scene at the Beer Garden.  Several stolen items were recovered from the suspects.

After conducting a records check, both were arrested for misdemeanor possession of stolen property while Kory received an additional charge of violating the terms of his parole which stemmed from his prior conviction for assault with a deadly weapon in Los Angeles County.

 

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a-1550560216 Jun 26, 2018 07:19 AM
Santa Barbara Police Officers Nab Overnight Summer Solstice Thieves

The world of assumptions rides again. It says CLEARLY that they were sited for possession of stolen property. The headline is FALSE. They were not arrested for stealing. Did they? Probably. But it's just as likely that some other donk stole it and started selling/handing it out to the likes of these two.

Potif Jun 26, 2018 01:18 PM
Santa Barbara Police Officers Nab Overnight Summer Solstice Thieves

The headline uses the term 'nab', not 'arrested'. That they were arrested is in the story, and I'm sure you meant to say " 'cited' for possession of stolen property". In the end, it does appear they were arrested, from the story. They may have originally only been detained... But it does sound like 'arrested' does belong in there somewhere. Maybe it was ALL handed to them, but that could be an assumption too.

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