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Two Of Fresno County's Top Auto Thieves Jailed

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Guadalupe Delgado Guadalupe Delgado
Ralph Jasso Ralph Jasso
FRESNO COUNTY, Calif. (KMPH) -

Two of Fresno's most wanted car thieves have been arrested following the release of the city's top five auto thieves list on Wednesday.

Arrested were Ralph Jasso, 37, and Guadalupe Delgado, 22, no.1 and no.4 on the list respectively.

The five suspects on the list were wanted by the Fresno Police Department's Career Criminal Auto Theft Team.

Jasso was arrested last night by Sanger police. Police say he has been active throughout Fresno County and had three outstanding warrants at the time of his arrest.

His bail is set at $800,000.

Delgado was arrested this morning inside of an apartment near Shields and Fowler after an off-duty officer had recognized her in the area. She was arrested six times in 2012.

Police are still looking for Rodney Jones, Jason Perez and Victor Portillo.

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