FALLBROOK (CNS) - A man and a woman were behind bars Wednesday for allegedly looting mailboxes throughout Fallbrook and lying about their identities to responding deputies.
Several callers alerted sheriff's personnel to what was occurring, and the suspects were seen driving around in a small silver sedan and taking mail from mailboxes Tuesday, sheriff's Deputy Zach Harris said.
Around 4 p.m., deputies came across the car on East Mission Road near Riverview Drive as the passenger -- 22-year-old Katlyn Seibert of Riverside -- was reaching into a mailbox, Harris said.
Seibert was arrested along with 28-year-old Nathan Bonds of Riverside.
Harris said both suspects initially lied about their names, but were eventually identified.
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