SBSD displays confiscated IDs, credit cards, etc.
SAN BERNARDINO — On Sunday night, a SBSD deputy was on routine patrol and received a LoJack notification.
The LoJack functions through a keychain fob that sends an alert if your car is driven without it.
Officers located the unoccupied vehicle in a driveway at an abandoned home in the 1300 block of Davidson Avenue.
Inside the house, however, the deputy discovered six subjects. A search of the abandoned house led to the discovery of stolen IDs, checks, and credit cards.
27-year-old Zuley Paredes was named as the driver of the stolen vehicle. 25-year-0ld Joseph Alonzo, 27-year-old Ricky Rodriguez, and 28-year-old Yalile Tome were identified as passengers in the vehicle.
Charges among the group included possession of stolen property, conspiracy, identity theft, and possession of meth.