Burglary Suspects Apprehended Outside Pixar Animation Studios

Burglary Suspects Apprehended Outside Pixar Animation Studios
Photo: Hasani Venson

EMERYVILLE – A pair of suspects were arrested February 5 outside Pixar Animation Studios, where officers found vehicles with shattered windows, and a window punch tool lying on the pavement nearby.

Officers were dispatched after 10 p.m. when a security guard reported seeing two suspicious men shining flashlights into vehicles parked near 1250 45th Street, outside the movie studios.

Responding officers located two men matching the descriptions of the suspects, plenty of broken glass littering the sidewalk, and a tool typically used for breaking into vehicles while causing minimal vibration, which avoids activating car alarms.

Andrew Holle

Officers recovered the suspected burglary tool about 50 feet away from where they stopped the two Oakland residents for questioning.

An identity check revealed that one of the suspects, 20-year-old Andrew Holle, was subject to search under terms of his probation, following his four arrests on burglary and weapons charges last year.

Police found in Holle’s possession two tablet computers and a credit card which belonged to another person.

The other suspect, 21-year-old Hasani Venson, consented to being searched and was found in possession of vehicle registration and insurance cards belonging to a vehicle parked nearby, according to the police.

Both suspects were positively identified by the security guard, promptly arrested, booked at Santa Rita Jail, and scheduled to appear in court for arraignment on February 7.

Holle and Venson are each facing charges for first degree burglary, possession of burglary tools, and vandalism. Bond for their release was set at $80,000, and $130,000, respectively.

Burglary Suspects Apprehended Outside Pixar Animation Studios was last modified: February 13th, 2018 by admin
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