Apartment Was Searched in Connection To Recent School Burglary
HOLLISTER—Hollister Police conducted an early morning search from a warrant for an apartment in the 800 block of South Street in Hollister. The warrant was in conjunction with a June 26 residential burglary, in which several expensive electronic items were taken. Authorities arrested three adults and a juvenile on various charges related to items that were found in the apartment.
On Friday, June 26, Police had responded to an apartment burglary, and the investigation concluded that several expensive electronic items were taken. The victim provided the police with crucial information about a possible suspect or suspects.
On July 8, police obtained a search warrant for an apartment in the complex at 805 South Street. Coincidentally, this apartment was also searched before in relation to a burglary that occurred at R.O. Hardin School in March of this year. The school property backs up to these apartment buildings.
When police arrived to serve the warrant, several people that were inside the apartment attempted to flee. They were eventually all detained by police. The search proved fruitful as investigators recovered several stolen items from the June 26 burglary.
Several of the people who were detained were also arrested. 38-year-old Terry Carter who was arrested on two local warrants. 37-year-old Shandra Lucero was arrested for possession of stolen property. 26-year-old Ashley Davila was arrested on several local warrants that totaled $50.000.00. All three suspects were living in the apartment. Also arrested for violating his probation and resisting arrest was a 14-year-old juvenile.
Terry Carter has a violent history according to available arrest records. He has been charged with domestic violence – inflicting corporal injury on a spouse or co-habitant – four times since May of 2013, either in an incident or for an outstanding warrant. During that time he was also charged multiple times with petty theft and petty theft with a prior. He also faced charges of disobeying a domestic relations court order, failure to appear as promised in court, driving on a suspended license, and possession and sales of controlled substances and paraphernalia. Ashley Davila has been arrested herself four times this year. Her charges were all either possession of a controlled substance or driving on a suspended license.
Police are still looking for other suspects related to this investigation. Anyone with information from this case is encouraged to call the Hollister Police Department and speak with Officer Bo Leland 1-831-636-4330.