Photo: Eric Campbell
UKIAH – Early last Monday morning a residential burglary occurred in the 1400 block of Knob Hill Road.
A concerned neighbor reported the presence of a suspicious white van parked at the residence. By the time deputies arrived the van was gone.
Later that day, at 5:15 pm, a sheriff noticed a van matching the description of the
one provided at the burlgary site.
A driver and a passenger exited the van but a third man stayed inside, “hiding amongst a large amount of items int he van.”
K-9 Leo persuaded 48-year-old Santa Rosa resident Eric Campbell to exit as well, “after a brief struggle.” Campbell left a loaded firearm behind in the van and was “wanted on a no-bail warrant for a parole violation in Sonoma County.” He also came out with a controlled substance in his possession.
Charges among the group include burglary, possession of stolen property, conspiracy and resisting arrest.
While Campbell is held on a “No Bail” status, Eddy’s bail is $50,000 and Dorsey’s bail is $15,000.