DUI suspect accused of stealing car, laptops, credit cards

March 30, 2016
Jamie Cunningham

Jamie Cunningham

A Paso Robles man was driving 100 mph while drunk in a car that contained stolen laptops, credit cards and software, according to the CHP. The man is also charged with auto theft. [KSBY]

Officers arrested the man, as well as his female passenger. The passenger was also drunk, according to the CHP.

Rafael Anguiano was speeding Tuesday morning on Highway 46 East, CHP officers said. The officers stopped Anguiano’s vehicle near Shandon.

When the officers searched the vehicle, they found burglary tools, several stolen laptops, a home computer, tablets, stolen credit cards and software that was reported stolen from a school district in Southern California. Officers booked both Anguiano and Atascadero woman Jamie Cunningham, 29, in to San Luis Obispo County Jail.

Officers set the bail at $20,000 for both suspects. Anguiano remains in jail and Cunningham is no longer in custody, according to the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office website.

Anguiano is charged with auto theft, grand theft, possessing stolen property, possessing burglary tools, possessing paraphernalia, driving under the influence of drugs and driving without a license, according to the sheriff’s office.

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If I was a criminal transporting stolen goods, I would not be driving 100 mph!

Yeah, but that is common sense. They don’t do that much around here lately.

Bail of $20k. That’s 1,333 hours at the new $15/hour minimum wage. Good thing they steal credit cards and laptops to help them earn a living wage.

OK. I get it. Joke’s over.

Sarcasm never seems to play well on this forum.