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• WOMAN CHARGED WITH DRIVING DRUNK: CERES - A 27-year-old Modesto woman was arrested Saturday morning when she was seen driving over the line and making an illegal U-turn in Ceres.

Amy Sullivan was pulled over at Hatch and Faith Home roads at 2:35 a.m. Officer Joe Wren had Sullivan step out of her red 2000 Nissan Sentra and administered a field sobriety test, which she failed.

Sullivan was arrested and charged with DUI.

• THREE ARRESTED FOR TRYING TO STEAL VEHICLE: CERES - Three Bay Area men were arrested after they allegedly stole a pickup and then abandoned it moments later.

The owner of a gold 2005 Ford pickup said three men broke into his vehicle early Friday morning in the 2900 block of Nicholas Way. He called 9-1-1 at 2:25 a.m. to say the men also got spooked and abandoned the truck and then took off in a black pickup. Moments later Officer Joe Wren stopped the suspects at Morgan Road and South Seventh Street.He arrested Ronald Costa, 41, of Hayward, Kevin Bazar, 27, of San Leandro, and Martin Thornton, 37, of Hayward. The officer found the suspects had pieces of the Ford's ignition, meth smoking pipes and burglary tools. The victim positively identified Costa, Bazar and Thornton as the men who took his truck. All three were booked on charges of auto theft, possession of burglary tools and conspiracy to commit a crime

• TEEN GIRLS ARRESTED FOR VANDALIZING HOUSE: CERES - Two Turlock teenagers, one 14 and the other 16, were arrested after they were caught breaking into a vacant house in the 3700 block of San Juan Drive and committing acts of vandalism.

An alert resident of the neighborhood called 911 at 2:54 a.m. on Tuesday, March 23 to report seeing the girls enter the house. Officers arrived and found the girls hiding in a back yard on San Pedro Avenue. The girls allegedly broke windows in the house and caused water damage to wood flooring. They were booked into Stanislaus County Juvenile Hall on charges of burglary and felony vandalism due to the damage being in excess of $400.

• CHP ASSISTED: CERES - Police assisted the California Highway Patrol in apprehending a motorcyclist who ran off after laying his motorcycle down atop the Hatch Road overpass on March 24.

The incident happened at 9 p.m. No details were available as of press time.