JACKSON (CBS13) — Deputies have arrested a pair who allegedly shoplifted hundreds of dollars in groceries from an Amador County store.
The Amador County Sheriff’s Office says, Wednesday night, deputies responded to investigate a reported case of shoplifting at the Jackson Save-Mart store. Staff managed to give a good description of the suspects and their vehicle.READ MORE: Sutter Health Short On Vaccines As Blue Shield Takes Over Distribution
A little while later, a deputy spotted the suspect’s car heading westbound on Highway 88.
Deputies pulled the car over and started an investigation. More than $200 in suspected stolen groceries were then found inside the car, deputies say.READ MORE: CBS13 Investigates Problems With 'My Turn' Vaccine Sign-Up Tool
Two people have since been arrested: Ceres residents Erica Overton and Ryan Tedesco. Both are facing shoplifting and drug possession charges.
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The stolen groceries have been returned to the store, deputies say.