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Woman arrested for failing to pull over
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A 21-year-old Ceres woman was arrested Saturday evening after she refused to pull over for an officer's traffic stop and stated she could not be arrested because she made it to her home.

At 10:30 p.m. Officer James Riley attempted to stop a red Toyota at Musick and Cullin avenues. Lisa Green did not pull over and continued on to her home on Woodworth Avenue. She told Officer Riley that she did not stop because she thought if she made it home she could not be subject to a stop and impounding of her car. Green was arrested on charges of violating terms of her probation, leading police on a pursuit and failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.

Ceres police also reported the following other noteworthy crimes:

• SCHOOL BREAK-IN OCCURS - Police are investigating a break-in of a classroom at Sinclear Elementary School on Saturday but are unsure if anything was taken.

Someone reported the burglary at 3 p.m. Lt. Brent Smith said unknown subjects broke into the classroom and officers only found a computer on which someone poured a liquid.

• SUPERCUTS BURGLARIZED - Police are investigating the Wednesday, June 4 burglary of Super Cuts at 1633 Hatch Road in which entry was made through the roof.

The break-in was discovered at 9 a.m. when the first employee arrived.

Items were taken.