Davis Police responded to a vehicle burglary call on the evening of February 2, Patch learned today. That call led to the arrest of a felon from Woodland, according to the Davis Police Department. The police department shared the following on Monday:
Davis police officers were called to the Marketplace shopping center regarding a possible vehicle burglary in progress. When officers arrived, they made contact with two individuals seated in the reported victim’s vehicle. Through an investigation, it was determined that the two seated in the vehicle were the vehicle’s owner and an acquaintance. The owner of the vehicle, Jared Boles, 28 years old out of Woodland, allowed officers to check his vehicle. During the check, an operational stun gun was located in the vehicle. Boles was arrested for being a felon in possession of a stun gun and violating the terms of his probation. Boles was lodged into the Yolo County Jail.