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Two Arrested in Operation Stolen PJ Trailer - Theft, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle
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Case: 2208-00095

Date: August 5, 2022
Time: 10:15 a.m.
Location: 9400 blk. FM 1960 West, Humble, Texas
Arrested: Marina Rodriguez, 34 years of age
Nicholas Pringle, 29 years of age

Precinct One investigators, in partnership with Humble Police Department, worked collaboratively on an undercover operation to apprehend two suspects accused of stealing a 20 ft. utility trailer, and a red Silverado truck.
Marina Rodriguez, 34, Humble, and Nicholas Pringle, 29, Humble were arrested, on August 4, 2022, for felony theft and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, after having the stolen truck and attempting to sell the stolen trailer on Facebook Marketplace.
Investigators posed as potential buyers wanting to purchase the trailer from Rodriguez. Both suspects were arrested without incident, upon arrival at the meeting location.
The trailer was reported stolen from Humble, Texas. The truck was reported stolen from Pasadena, Texas. Both suspects were transported to the Harris County Jail for processing. A bond has not been set at this time.

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