‘Suspicious Person’ Call Results in Two Arrests

‘Suspicious Person’ Call Results in Two Arrests

Pedro Sanchez and Emily Craven

MURRIETA — The MPD received a call on Sunday about a “suspicious person,” and they responded to the 24000 block of Village Walk Place.

Once there, they came upon 41-year-old Pedro Sanchez and checked his records, discovering that he was on PRCS (Post Release Community Supervision) for narcotics related charges.

Sanchez’ record goes back at least 21 years with arrests for burglary, vehicle theft, burglary tools, stolen property, and narcotics.

33-year-old Emily Craven, who also has prior narcotics arrests, was with Sanchez.

Police proceeded to search their vehicle.  They discovered “numerous pieces of musical equipment.” A search of the serial numbers on the instruments revealed that they  had been stolen from a home two days previous.

The vehicle also contained numerous tools related to the commission of burglary.

Sanchez was charges with conspiracy, possession of burglary tools, possession of stolen property and parole violation.

Craven was charges with possession of drug paraphernalia, burglary tools and stolen property.

The MPD reminds the public that Sanchez “is a product of Assembly Bill 109. Local communities like Murrieta have felt the effects of Assembly Bill 109. The above arrest demonstrates the impact of these mandates on the citizens of Murrieta.”

Assembly Bill 109, approved by CA voters in 2014, resulted in the release of those convicted of non-serious and non-violent crimes back into the community.


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