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Suspicious person call leads to discovery of stolen vehicle, woman’s arrest

Suspicious person call leads to discovery of stolen vehicle, woman’s arrest

Spencer police arrested a woman on Saturday after receiving a call about a suspicious person and learning the woman had driven a stolen vehicle to Spencer.

Police Chief Mark Warburton stated in a news release that police arrested 32-year-old Alyson Weathers, who police stated was homeless, after responding to the 100 block of Fourth Street SE for the suspicious person call.

Police were told that the person was in a residence and refusing to leave, according to the news release.

Officers found Weathers when they arrived. They also found a vehicle that she “had allegedly driven to Spencer,” according to the news release. The vehicle was reported as stolen by the St. Cloud, Minnesota, police department earlier on Saturday.

Police arrested Weathers for operation without owners consent, an aggravated misdemeanor; interference with official acts, a simple misdemeanor; and providing false identification, also a simple misdemeanor.

Weather was transported to the Clay County Jail where she waited for her initial appearance before a magistrate judge.

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