Four Fresno Teens Arrested for Allegedly Burglarizing Middle School
FRESNO – Police arrested four teenagers on allegations that they burglarized a middle school in central Fresno in the early morning hours on Wednesday.
Fresno Unified School District notified the police at 4:22 a.m. that a silent alarm had been activated at Fort Middle School. Police arriving on the scene saw the four boys walking out of a classroom carrying laptops, tablets and other school items, police said.
The boys attempted to run from police, but officers had surrounded the school, making escape unlikely. Three of the suspects were arrested without incident, but the remaining 17-year-old had to be subdued by a police dog. He was treated at Community Regional Medical Center before being booked into juvenile hall, police said.
All four suspects are gang members. The only suspect identified was 18-year-old Victor Guerrero, who was arrested on suspicion of burglary and booked into Fresno County Jail. The remaining three suspects were 17-year-old boys, two of whom were arrested on suspicion of burglary and resisting arrest.
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