A 31-year-ancient warehouse hand suspected of stealing more than $400,000-worth of California wine has been arrested and charged by control.
A cache of 350 suitcases of wine, with an estimated market value of at least $400,000, was last week reported stolen from a wine storage warehouse in American Canyon, Napa County. Control suspected an inside job after finding no signs of a break-in and, on Tuesday this week, 31-year-ancient warehouse employee Jose Pina was arrested while at work, American Canyon's chief of control, Tracey Stuart, confirmed to Decanter.com.While searching Pina's apartment, at the 1500 block of Alamo Drive in Vacaville, detectives 'found stolen wine in addition to $73,150 in cash, believed to be proceeds from black market wine sales', Stuart said in a statement.Fifty-five suitcases of the stolen wine had already been recovered from a barn in the Green Valley area of Solano County. The identity of the wines is not known.Pina has been charged with
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