The Sacramento Bee
The craze over coveted Stanley cups was alleged theft after a 23-year-old Sacramento lady was accused of swiping 65 Stanley Cups — price $2,500, police stated — from a number of Roseville retailers.
Delany Garcia-Lopez pleaded not responsible Friday to felony grand theft and two misdemeanors of driving underneath the affect of medicine or alcohol, based on courtroom data. Her bail was suspended underneath a provision of the penal code through which the courtroom believed cash that may very well be used to publish bail may have been obtained illegally.
Roseville cops had been known as Wednesday to the 6000 block of Stanford Ranch Street after retail employees noticed a lady wheel out a procuring cart stuffed with Stanley cups with out paying for them, police stated.
Garcia-Lopez was pulled over as she tried to enter Freeway 65 from Galleria Boulevard, police stated. Officers stated they discovered 65 Stanley-branded insulated tumblers, allegedly taken from a number of companies.
Lt. Chris Ciampa, a spokesman for the Roseville Police Division, stated Dick’s Sporting Items was one of many companies the place the thefts allegedly occurred.
“Whereas Stanley Quenchers are all the fad, we strongly advise towards turning to crime to satisfy your hydration habits,” the Roseville Police Division stated.
Garcia-Lopez is due again in courtroom Wednesday.