Quincy suspect in mail theft; arrested in Sacramento on variety of charges

 

Jessica Nally, the Quincy woman wanted in connection with mail theft from Quincy Post Office, has been arrested in the Sacramento area on a variety of charges.

The 39-year-old was arrested Oct. 9 in Citrus Heights and booked into the Sacramento County Jail on three felony and two misdemeanor charges including: grand theft, resisting executive officers, battery against a peace officer, obstructing a police officer and providing false information. Her bail was set at $20,000.

In Plumas County, Nally was facing three felony charges and one misdemeanor stemming from incidents that happened from June to December 2020 at the Quincy Post Office.

The Sheriff’s Office submitted several cases to the District Attorney’s Office for review. Ultimately several warrants were issued for her arrest.

When contact this morning, Plumas County District Attorney David Hollister said Nally will face the Sacramento charges before she is brought to Plumas County to face mail theft and probation violation charges.