Crime, Fire + Courts

Yolo DA announces recent convictions

By From page A5 | February 10, 2013

The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office announced the recent convictions of three people during Yolo Superior Court trials.

Fidel Alvarez, 57, was convicted Jan. 24 of marijuana cultivation, possession for sale of marijuana and being armed with a firearm. He was arrested Sept. 6, 2012, while tending to a 500-plant marijuana grow of Highway 16 in the Capay Valley. Sentencing will be Feb. 25.

Joshua Shawn Bracy, 39, of Esparto, was convicted Jan. 30 of assault with a deadly weapon in connection with an Aug. 29, 2012, incident in which he used his truck to chase and knock over a man he mistakenly believed had stolen his motorcycle. It was Bracy’s 11th felony conviction, prosecutors said. He will be sentenced March 7.

Thomas Jones IV, 29, was convicted Feb. 4 of robbing an elderly woman in a West Sacramento parking lot, then spraying Mace at three bystanders who attempted to intervene during the Oct. 27, 2012, incident. He will be sentenced March 15.

Enterprise staff

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