TUOLUMNE COUNTY (CBS13) — Tuolumne County deputies arrested a woman on Friday wanted in connection with the death of a 44-year-old man earlier this year.
Annastasia White, 29, of Jamestown, is suspected of being one of three people who were with 44-year-old James Allen, of Tuolumne County, at the time of his death.READ MORE: Fire Breaks Out At Building In North Sacramento
which investigators discovered was caused by mixed drug use.
Investigators said after Allen died, two of the three people — both men, dropped his body off in the wooded area. The pair then went back to Allen’s home to steal his property, including his pickup truck.READ MORE: CHP Searching For Hit-And-Run Driver In Sacramento
The two male suspects have been identified as 41-year-old Michael Pierce and 39-year-old Cyrus Cole. They were arrested back in September, say deputies.
The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office said they were notified on Friday from the county probation office of a possible sighting of White near Elsey’s Pond in Sonora.
Deputies located White in the area camping with Cole, who was out on bail, and three other people. White was arrested on suspicion of several felony and misdemeanor warrants and multiple drug-related charges, deputies said. Cyrus was arrested for being an accessory, committing a felony while on bail, and multiple drug-related charges.MORE NEWS: Monday's Show Info (1/24/22)
Two of the others camping with White, Samantha Miccichi, 27, of Sonora, and Kristine Schulke, 29, of Jamestown, were discovered to have warrants out for their arrest. Both were arrested. A third individual, Donald Schulke, 67, of Jamestown, was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and released.