The Plainfield Police Department arrested three people on Tuesday evening in connection with the two Cadillac theft incidents in Joliet.
2 Of The 3 Suspects Of The Car Theft Incidents Arrested During Traffic Stop, Says Plainfield Police Department
Two of the three people arrested by the Plainfield Police Department were at a traffic stop near Route Napervillle. The arrest was around 3:40 p.m. The Plainfield Police Department officers saw the blue Cadillac sedan, which was reportedly a stolen vehicle.
Patch – The driver, Anthony Edwards, and its passenger, Angela Sepeda, were charged with the possession of a stolen car.
Edward and Sepeda were brought to the Will County Jail by the Plainfield Police Department.
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A Third Suspect In A Car Theft Incident In Joliet Was Arrested With The Help Of Community Members
The Dispatch Center of the Plainfield Police Department was alerted about a man who fled on foot from a stolen vehicle, a black Cadillac sedan, leaving it in the middle of Route 59.
According to EzeRoad, the Plainfield Police Department searched for the suspect using drones and K-9 units, but the search was fruitless.
Several community members thankfully reported sightings, which let the Plainfield Police Department find the man. The suspect, Alan Michael Molck, was found near Essington Road. He was charged with the possession of a stolen vehicle and was brought to Will County jail by the Plainfield Police Department.