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Another Arrest in Salvation Army Theft

Another arrest in the Salvation Army’s frozen meat theft. Auburn Police Officers arrested Richard Earl Means, 49 Years of Age, Penryn California.

Following up on information obtained during the investigation of the theft of meat from the Salvation Army that occurred last week, detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Richard Means, the second suspect involved in this case. On October 16th Means was arrested at his residence in Penryn without incident and transported to Placer County Jail. Auburn City councilmen Keith Nesbitt who is a past board member congratulates the efforts of APD in recovering some of the meat.

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Nesbitt also asks for the communities help in bridging this gap the theft created.

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Means was booked on charges of grand theft, and a felon in possession of a firearm. Bail is currently set at $65,000.




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