These two were arrested at a Citrus Heights home Saturday morning. Boone, left, had a no bail warrant. Rounseville, right, was seen pulling up in a stolen car with stolen plates. (Citrus Heights Police / August 25, 2012)
A parolee at-large was arrested at a home near Peoria and Grady Drives Saturday morning.
While staking out 30-year-old Timothy Boone around 8:34 a.m., officers saw a car park in front of the home. 23-year-old Kirstine Rounseville got out, with police finding that the car had been reported stolen from Placerville back in late 2011.
Apparently, also attached to the car were two license plates that didnât match and belonged to another car. The plates were reported stolen back on August 21 in Elk Grove.
Rounseville quickly made her way into the home, with officers unsure about whether she noticed them.
After finding out about how the home was the site of several narcotics related contacts with police, officers from Sacramento, Folsom and the CHP helped contain the area.
Rounseville tried to flee through the back door before officers made their move on the home. She was quickly detained by officers, however.
Officers soon entered the home, with the help of Sacramento Police Canine, and started looking for Boone. He was found hiding in a bedroom and was taken into custody without incident, according to police.
Boone was arrested for the outstanding no bail warrant, while Rounseville faces possession of a stolen vehicle and stolen license plate charges.