Two thieves arrested in “burglary hot spot”

Two thieves arrested in “burglary hot spot”
Photo: Addison Mazagodoy and Javier Becerraramirez

SAN MATEO – Shortly after midnight on Wednesday April 10th, a vehicle pursuit ended with the arrest of two suspects. The two suspects had been spotted driving a stolen car and “casing to burglarize cars in the area.”

Officers spotted the duo in a black Toyota Camry that had no license plates, on Palm Avenue near 17th Avenue and attempted to initiate a traffic stop. However, the suspects apparently had other ideas in mind and refused to pull over which lead to a multi-agency pursuit.  The chase eventually ended in the 700 block of Industrial Road in the city of Belmont.

Spike strips helped stop the fleeing suspects. Investigation following the pursuit revealed that Camry were driving had been reported out of San Francisco, and contained burglary tools, stolen property, and narcotics.

27-year-old Addison Mazagodoy and 28-year-old Javier Becerraramirez of Oakland were arrested and subsequently booked into the San Mateo County Jail.  Mazagodoy was identified as the driver of the Camry, and now faces charges of evading, vehicle theft, conspiracy, possession of burglary tools and felony warrants.

For his part, Becerraramirez faces charges of conspiracy and possession of burglary tools.

Two thieves arrested in “burglary hot spot” was last modified: April 23rd, 2019 by admin
Categories: San Mateo

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