CLOVIS, CA—Early this morning, detectives from the Clovis Police Department and several other local law enforcement agencies served several search warrants in Fresno and Madera Counties. Over the past month, detectives developed information in the July theft of a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air in Clovis. This information led to the arrest of three individuals responsible for the theft of the classic vehicle. The following individuals were arrested:
Michael Fuller, 40 of Fresno
Charges: Possession of a stolen vehicle, Grand theft auto, Conspiracy, Probation violation
Dashawn Roland, 26 of Fresno
Charges: Possession of a stolen vehicle, Grand theft auto, Conspiracy, and Revocation of Post Supervised Release
Jermaine Fuller, 37 of Fresno
Charges: Possession of a stolen vehicle, Grand theft auto, Conspiracy
At this time, the stolen Chevrolet Bel Air has not been recovered and is still outstanding. This investigation is ongoing and detectives ask anyone with information on the vehicle’s location to call the Clovis Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 559-498-STOP. We would like to thank the many law enforcement agencies statewide who have assisted with this investigation.