December 5, 2023
A San Diego Police cruiser. Picture by Chris Stone

Two males and a lady have been arrested for his or her alleged roles in additional than two dozen residence burglaries throughout San Diego County, authorities introduced Thursday.

The San Diego Police Division and the San Diego County District Legal professional’s Workplace allege the trio, who reside exterior the county, labored to interrupt into properties in upscale native neighborhoods from February by way of Could.

Police say the suspects broke into properties and snatched property, typically coming into a number of properties on the identical day.

The suspects had been arrested Monday whereas casing a house in Escondido, in line with San Diego police.

Throughout a late-morning information convention asserting the arrests, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit referred to as the arrests “one other nice instance of investigators doing unbelievable work in pairing with completely different departments to take away harmful criminals from our communities.”

The chief mentioned SDPD was aided by the Los Angeles Police Division, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division and Riverside County Sheriff’s Division.

Charles Ray Henderson, 48, from Riverside County, and Charelle Leann Brumfield, 30, and Anthony Latroy Robinson, 30, of Los Angeles County, pleaded not responsible to a array of prices later Thursday, together with housebreaking and conspiracy to commit a criminal offense.

Henderson and Brumfield are accused of collaborating in all 26 burglaries, whereas Robinson is accused in eight of them.

“There are dozens of victims, and they’re terrified,” San Diego County District Legal professional Summer season Stephan mentioned throughout the information convention. “They don’t have a look at their residence within the … similar method, (as a spot) the place they will really feel protected. They’re (additionally) involved about leaving their properties.”

The defendants face on common 37 years in state jail if convicted of all counts.

– Metropolis Information Service