GLENDORA – In 2015, just two days after Christmas, a man called in to the LAPD in Glendora to report a shooting. The caller said that an unknown motorist had fired a gun at him.
The investigation led authorities to 24-year-old Clayton Ruben Addleman, and two days later they arrested him.
A search of the suspect’s car produced ammunition, and checks and id cards that were not his.
In addition, Addleman was allegedly involved in a residential robbery on December 29, 2015, the day he was arrested. In that incident he broke into an occupied home in San Marino and unsuccessfully attempted to steal their car.
A jury trial resulted in guilty convictions of thirteen counts that included 3 counts of burglary, as well as attempted murder, residential robbery, grand theft of an automobile, identity theft, forgery, assault with a firearm and petty theft.
Addleman, now 26, is scheduled to be sentenced on August 3. He faces a possible maximum sentence of 52 years to life in prison.