A domestic disturbance and 9-1-1 call hang-up led to the arrests of both a man and woman on unrelated charges on Sunday evening.
Police dispatchers sent officers to 3625 Tenth Street, Space A at 8:37 p.m., after someone there called 9-1-1 and then hung up after the sounds a male and female fighting were heard. When they arrived they found Cynthia Miranda, 32, of Ceres, who is on probation and searchable. Officer Josh Kling located about 10 purses in a closet, one of which was taken at an In Shape City burglary. Other purses contained Walmart employee IDs. Also located were two large bolt cutters under a bed along with meth pipes.
Miranda was arrested on charges of possession of stolen property and violation of the terms of her probation.
Police also arrested Robert Lopez, 45, who was found hiding in bathroom where the sounds of a flushing toilet could be heard. He was arrested for a $25,000 warrant for a prior assault.
Other crimes of the week are as follows:
• DUI CHARGES FOLLOW ‘THREATS MADE' CALL: CERES - A Delhi man was arrested for DUI after he reportedly threatened to kill patrons of a bar where he was ejected from early Monday morning.
Police were called at 1:07 a.m. by someone inside the Central Pub, 3137 Central Avenue, claiming that a verbal argument broke out in the bar and that a patron made threats to come back with a gun and shoot customers after he was kicked out. Officer Bryan Ferreira responded and saw a vehicle hastily leaving the scene. The vehicle pulled into traffic as other drivers had to brake to avoid a collision.
Officer Ferreira followed the 2004 Chevy Silverado northbound on Central Avenue past Hackett Road. The suspect then collided with a pole at 3137 Central Avenue. Ferreira and Sgt. Patrick Sullivan did a traffic stop on the vehicle and pulled out two Hispanic males and a woman.
Driver Andrew Padilla, 26, of Delhi, was arrested and charged with being under the influence of a controlled substance. He registered a blood alcohol content of 0.19 on the breathalyzer.
• TEEN ARRESTED WITH POT, GUN: CERES - Francisco Gonzalez-Zavala, 18, of Modesto, was arrested in the parking lot of the Ceres Community Center on Fourth Street Sunday evening after he was stopped by an officer for suspicious circumstances.
At 9:53 p.m. Officer Jose Beltran stopped a silver 2006 BMW driven by Gonzalez-Zavala. When the police canine Zeus was brought in to sniff out the car he alerted to the presence of narcotics. Officers searched the car and located a quarter-pound of marijuana stored in a box resting on the rear floorboard. Police also found $3,800 cash and a loaded .40 caliber Smith & Wesson handgun.
The suspect was arrested and charged with possession of a loaded handgun, and possession of marijuana.