Gym Patrons Feel The Burn – Gym Locker Thieves Arested

Did you think your gym locker was safe? Think again. A Rancho Cordova couple was arrested Thursday afternoon for a series of gym locker burglaries in Rancho Cordova and Folsom. Investigators from the Folsom Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Bureau think there may be more victims out there.

Keith Lewis, 29, and his girlfriend Nicole Lynn Coleman, 22 were captured Tuesday evening on closed circuit video stealing a victim’s wallet and valuables from the 24 Hour Fitness Center located at 1006 Riley Street.

Investigators followed a trail that led to a home in Rancho Cordova. When officers arrived they say Lewis took them on a short pursuit endangering Lewis and Coleman’s two toddlers who, unbeknownst to the officers, were riding in the back seat.

Lewis is facing criminal charges for conspiracy to commit burglary, reckless driving, and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held at the Sacramento County Jail in lieu of $65,000 bail.

Coleman faces the same charges in addition to identity theft, receiving stolen property, fraudulent use of access cards, and destruction of evidence. Her bail is set at $80,000. The children were not injured.

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