Crime Briefs: March 2, 2013
$6,000 in cash stolen
Nearly $6,000 in cash was reported stolen from a home on Marietta Lande in Red Bluff on Thursday, the Tehama County Sheriff's Department reported.
Santana Gonzalez, 30, of Red Bluff, reported the cash as well as his car keys and cellphone were stolen.
Vehicle theft reported
Olive City Auto Parts on Solano Street in Corning reported early Thursday that a brown Ford Ranger with a camper-shell and Olive City Auto Parts logo on the door was stolen overnight, the Corning police said.
Police said the vehicle's keys were accounted for and it is unknown how the pickup was stolen.
Milking-machine parts stolen
Daniel Kemp, 62 of Grass Valley, told Tehama County sheriff's deputies that $3,500 in automatic milking machine parts were stolen from an open style dairy barn on his property on Post Avenue in Capay sometime from mid-January to Tuesday.
Deputies said the missing items were described as two Omni surge detachers and 10 pulsator control valves.