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2 men arrested after Rochester police stop stolen vehicle

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ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- An ordinary traffic stop landed a man behind bars after Rochester police said he was caught driving a stolen vehicle.

Officers arrested Izack Wells-Crockett, 18, of Red Wing, and Jamal Ali, 36, of Rochester about 11:20 p.m. Monday on the 1000 block of First Street Southwest.

Police said an officer ran the license plate, and discovered the owner of the vehicle had a suspended driver's license. When the officer pulled the vehicle over, Wells-Crockett had a burglary warrant out for his arrest in Goodhue County and was also driving a stolen vehicle.

According to the police report, Ali had a warrant for his arrest in Olmsted county for driving with a revoked drivers license.

Ali told police Wells-Crockett had just picked him up shortly before they were pulled over.

 

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