San Luis Obispo Police officers captured a man on Tuesday afternoon who was allegedly breaking into buildings near the airport.
According to SLOPD, officers were dispatched to 895 Aero Vista Place to check out a report of a male who reportedly threw a large rock through a plate glass window at the address. Police said the large two story building houses several businesses including West Pac Investments and The Central Coast Water Board.
Police say they found Philip Furia, 31, of San Luis Obispo, inside the building and it appears he allegedly went through the businesses and vandalized property in several offices. Police say when they searched the businesses they found Furia located in a crawl space above the first floor businesses.
Police extracted Furia and was he taken into custody after a struggle.
Furia was booked into county jail for burglary, felony vandalism, and resisting arrest. He is being held on $20,000 bail.
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