Sacramento man takes plea deal


A Sacramento man was sentenced to 90 days in Colusa County Jail after pleading no contest to two petty theft charges.

Aaron Janez Drolz, 28, was sentenced on the misdemeanor charges on April 1 after making a plea deal with prosecutors to dismiss a felony charge related to a stolen vehicle.

Colusa Police Officers arrested Drolz and a female companion, Taresha Lefthand, 34, also of Sacramento, after investigating a suspicious vehicle report at the Down Town Mobile Home Park on Feb. 9.

Lefthand failed to appear in court for her arraignment on charges related to the possession of a stolen vehicle and drug paraphernalia Son March 10. A $10,000 bench warrant has been ordered for her arrest.

Drolz, who has been in custody of the Colusa County Jail since his arrest, will be given credit for time served and will not subjected to formal probation, the judge said. 

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