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Loud pizza complainer arrested on warrants
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Charlyn Wood was arrested Monday evening.

Loud and disruptive public protests about the quality of pizza led police to be called on 54-year-old Modesto woman Charlyn Wood who was then arrested for several warrants.

Officer Kevin Sakasegawa was dispatched to Chicago Pizza on Mitchell Road at 5:50 p.m. on Monday evening, Jan. 7 regarding a disturbance. Employees reported a customer was inside the pizza parlor yelling because she did not like her pizza. When asked to leave, the woman continued to yell and bang on the windows.

Sakasegawa found Wood in the parking lot and explained she was “over it now” and was leaving. But when it was learned that Wood had four misdemeanor warrants for her arrest issued by Modesto Police and a fifth by Turlock Police, she was arrested. The warrants were mainly for municipal code violations, an assault and resisting arrest.