Mario Lopez is considered armed and dangerous and is wanted in more than 100 burglaries.
But when he went to turn himself into the Yolo County Jail last week, no one came to get him, so he walked out.
“He went to the front window,” said Capt Robin Faille, the county’s detention commander. “He identified himself.”
He’s suspected in more than 100 break-ins in the last two months. After some time on the run, he apparently decided he’d had enough and tried to turn himself in.
“The clerks back there identified him, confirmed that he did in fact have the warrant,” Faille said.
Then, the clerks told Lopez someone would be out to take him in. He sat down and waited. After awhile, Woodland Police told the Daily Democrat that Lopez got tired of waiting and simply left.
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