Photo: Anthony Cisneros
November 27, 2020 – Ventura County, Ca.
After working more than four months in an effort to track down a thief targeting Home Depot stores throughout Southern California, on November 24th undercover detectives attached to the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Camarillo Special Enforcement Detail finally arrested 38- year-old Camarillo resident Anthony Cisneros.
According to VCSD spokesman Detective Chris Dyer, pursuant to the dogged investigation conducted by “multiple agencies,” Cisneros had been identified as working “organized retail thefts” from Home Depot locations in widespread locations in Ventura, Kern, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange counties.
When he was identified as their prime suspect, it was determined that Cisneros was “out on bail on three separate cases for vehicle theft and robbery.”
A known drug addict with a history of illegal possession of a firearm, Cisneros was taken into custody on the 24th along with three other individuals, each of whom was arrested on charges of being under the influence of a controlled substance, with bail amounts ranging from $10,000 to $40,000.
They were identified as 56-year-old Anthony Jennell, 29-year-old Sarahi Esquivel, 33-year-old Anthony Garcia, and 43-year-old David Mora, all residents of Camarillo. Mora was also booked on charges of “bringing drugs into a jail.”
Photo: Courtesy Ventura County Jail Booking