Two suspects, with combined rap sheets for drug sales, burglary, grand theft and embezzlement, were rearrested Thursday evening in Livermore -- one for alleged drug selling, the other for resisting arrest, according to police.
Donte Johnston, 24, was arrested on suspected narcotics sales/possession and a felony bail violation, while Kelsey Bentley, 21, was charged with alleged police obstruction following their 6:45 p.m. arrest on North P Street by the Livermore Police Department.
Johnston's local track record includes a Dec. 7 arrest for drug sales and giving false identification to police, records state.
Other Livermore run-ins include arrests in September 2010 for grand theft and elder financial abuse, and in January 2008 for felony burglary, according to Alameda County Superior Court records.
Bentley, of Livermore, had two previous Livermore arrests in 2010 for felony embezzlement, multiple stolen-property counts and methamphetamine possession, reports state.
The duo were due in court Monday with district attorneys seeking to revoke parole, files show.