With the use of the Flock Camera system, two women were arrested by Farfield Police on Saturday according to a press release from the department. Jennie Small, 42 and Savannah Johnson, 30 are now arrested into Solano County Jail.
The Flock Camera System
In a report by The Reporter, reporters went to The Flock Camera system that was installed sighting the U-Haul near Pittman and Suisun Valley road. The car did not stop when the officers tried to pull them over and a pursuit ensued. The Officers of the Fairfield requested that the Highway Patrol group take over the quest.
The car driven by Johnson went eastbound on 1-80 crossing the spike strips and exiting onto Lagoon Valley. These are all seen by the Flock Camera system. Then Johnson and Small got out of the car then ran away on foot into a fenced construction area. All of these are by the Flock camera system.
In another report published by ABC10, The suspects were captured by the police officers but gave false names. However, they were identified by the officers using the fingerprint identification test. Without the Flock camera system, these two will not be arrested. Both of them were on probation at the time they were arrested.
Advantages of Flock Camera System
Under investigation for felony possession of a stolen car, felony evading the police, and misdemeanor giving a false identification to a peace officer, Johnson is still being held in the Solano County Jail. $33,000 has been set as her bail. The Flock camera system is really a great help in identifying auto theft.
Meanwhile, Small did not appear in custody but was charged with possessing a stolen vehicle and giving false names to the police officer. She will be scheduled on November 13 for arraignment. All of these are because of the Flock camera system that was used by the authorities.
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