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On Wednesday, March 8th, 2017, just after 9:00 p.m., the Sonora Police Department was called to the Grocery Outlet market for a report of shoplifters in their store. It was determined that three subjects were working in concert with each other in order to commit retail burglary. The members of the trio were identified as 38-year-old Amber Lynn Ramsey of Groveland, 19-year-old Bradley Joseph Trevino of Groveland and 22-year-old Wyatt Boyd Wilson of Modesto.

The responding officer learned that Ramsey was seen concealing packaged meat under her clothing and that all three subjects were selecting food and hygiene items in preparation of the theft. Wilson also concealed items in his clothing which were eventually stolen from the store, and Trevino acted as a lookout for the crime. Upon the detention of the three individuals, Ramsey was found in possession of Oxycodone without a prescription, and Wilson provided a false name to the investigating officer. At the conclusion of the investigation, all three subjects were arrested and transported to County Jail for booking. During the booking process, Ramsey was found to be in possession of additional narcotics which she did not have a prescription for. After determining Wilson’s true identity, it was learned he had misdemeanor and felony warrants for his arrest out of Tuolumne County for charges including burglary, petty theft and assault with a deadly weapon, and that he was also on Tuolumne County probation those same offenses.

Amber Ramsey was booked for conspiracy to commit retail burglary, possession of a controlled substance, and for bringing a controlled substance into a jail. Her bail was set at $15,000. Bradley Trevino was booked for conspiracy to commit retail burglary with a bail amount set at $10,000. Wyatt Wilson was booked for conspiracy to commit retail burglary, providing a false name to a peace officer, and for violating the terms of his probation. Wilson’s bail was set at $90,000.