Photo: Kamron Malek Albert Johnese and Kevon Earl Rabb
PALO ALTO — A burglary spree at the Stanford shopping center led Palo Alto Police Department Officers to arrest two suspects. According to the Palo Alto Police Department, they arrested 19-year-old Kamron Malek Albert Johnese and 20-year-old Kevon Earl Rabb, both of San Francisco, for auto burglary and possession of burglary tools.
Their crime spree began in July of 2019 with the break-in of several parked cars around the Stanford Shopping Center, occurring on July 25 and July 30. Two suspects were arrested after a traffic. Video surveillance linked the driver and the passenger of the traffic stop to the car break-ins with items stolen during the break ins placed in the car in plain view
The thieves targeted a vehicle that had two backpacks with electronics in them. The backpacks were taken after smashing the window of the car. Another car parked in the area of the Stafford shopping center was broken into, with the driver also reporting a smashed window. The driver stated that items were tossed around but nothing was taken.
Johnese is connected to the auto burglary from July 30 and was booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail for auto burglary. Rabb is connected to the one that occurred on July 25 and was booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail for auto burglary. Detectives are continuing to investigate the suspects. They may be connected to other auto burglaries in surrounding cities.
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