Fairfield police apprehended the driver of a stolen vehicle out of Oakland on Sunday.
California Highway Patrol broadcasted a BOL for the vehicle around 10:22 p.m., and Fairfield police saw it shortly after traveling at a high rate of speed eastbound on I-80 near Red Top Road. The vehicle exited on Airbase Parkway, before heading westbound on I-80, where officers lost visual contact.
Later, the vehicle was captured on a Flock camera near Lopes Road and I-80. An officer saw a group of people walking northbound on Lopes Road and detained them, while another officer found the car empty.
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The detained group possessed multiple key fobs, a key programmer, and a loaded handgun with an extended magazine. One of the keys started the stolen vehicle.
One adult male (19) and three male youths were all taken into custody. The adult was booked into the Solano County Jail, and the three youths were cited and released to their parents.
The department noted in their release that often there are mandates that must be met before a juvenile can be booked into juvenile hall.