The courts can barely keep up with Saliloimanatu Toilolo. She keeps taking those five-finger-discount cars in the Anchorage area.
But the 32-year-old’s trouble with the law goes way back to her teens.
She was arrested for stealing a car in 2004, but pled to a less serious offense. Then there were a string of minor offenses, like driving on a suspended license.
In January of 2011, Toilolo was arrested for shoplifting, and by then she had a long record of lawbreaking.
Fittingly, she created the email address “lawbreaker_22@—.com.”
On Aug. 15, 2017, Toilolo “attempted” to steal another car. She was out of jail again.
On Oct. 26, 2017 she was apprehended by Anchorage police in a stolen silver 2003 Cadillac Escalade. The vehicle had been sought by officers for weeks.
That case hadn’t even gone to trial when she was again arrested Jan. 11 after leading police on a high-speed chase in a stolen car that had plates from another stolen car. They caught her after she slammed the blue Honda into a retaining wall.
The vehicle had been stolen in a home burglary committed on Dec. 31, 2017. The rear license plate belonged to a different vehicle reported stolen on Nov. 18.
But her pretrial assessment under said she was low risk, and she was back on the street.
On Feb. 13, police caught her again in yet another stolen car. She scored a “7” on her pretrial risk assessment this time, just high enough for corrections officers to give her a cot at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center. Her risk assessment form is below: