Meat Trail Leads Officers to 13 Suspects

Meat Trail Leads Officers to 13 Suspects
Left to right, top to bottom: Ware, Carrillo, Haro, Garcia, Galaz, Gonzalez, Fierro.

Visalia Police Officers were alerted to a burglary at a business on the 300 block of North East 3rd Avenue the early morning of April 21, 2020. Officers arrived at the Jalisco Meat Market about 4:36AM, in time to see one adult and one male juvenile exiting the business.

The pair was detained. Following a trail of meat, officers were led to a nearby apartment where additional suspects were located.

A search warrant was granted, allowing detectives into the apartment where they found some of the stolen meat being cooked during a small gathering. Six adults and five juveniles were connected to the burglary.

A total of 13 arrests were made for violations related to burglary, burglary during a state of emergency/looting, providing false information to a police officer, resisting arrest, and warrants.

The adult suspects were identified as 18-year old David Ware, 19-year old Samantha Carrillo, 33-year old Jorge Haro, 19-year old Alejandro Garcia, 21-year old Elija Galaz, 27-year old Jose Gonzalez, and 36-year old Sara Fierro.

They were booked at the Tulare County Pre-Trial Facility. The juveniles, four 15-year old males and two 17-year old females, were also arrested.

Photos from the Visalia Police Department

Meat Trail Leads Officers to 13 Suspects was last modified: May 20th, 2020 by admin
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