Police offer pointers to lower odds of car theft, burglary
Fairfield police officers search a stolen car shortly after it was recovered on West Texas Street, in April 2013. (Daily Republic file)
FAIRFIELD — It took less than a minute.
Michael Holloway had just gotten into his car to go to California State University, Sacramento, and turned on the ignition at about 7 a.m. Jan. 31, when he realized he had the wrong debit card and ran into the house to get the correct one.
"When he ran outside, the car was gone,” his wife Conni Holloway said. "We learned a valuable lesson on the 31st: Don't leave your keys in the ignition." Continue Reading