Two Arrested for Alleged Trespassing, Attempted Auto Theft in Humboldt County

Two Arrested for Alleged Trespassing, Attempted Auto Theft in Humboldt County
Above: David Cleveland (L) and Kevin Delong (R) | Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office

Two men were recently arrested in Humboldt County after allegedly accosting another man at his home and trying to steal his motorcycle.

David Joseph Cleveland (39) and Kevin Scott Delong (44) were identified as the primary suspects in an alleged incident in the early morning hours of October 8.

The two are accused of confronting a man at his residence. When the victim refused to let them onto the property, they allegedly forced their way through a locked gate, in turn forcing the man to take refuge in his home.

Cleveland and Scott then allegedly tried to steal the man’s motorcycle, damaging it in the process, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Responding deputies located Cleveland and Scott hiding in a nearby bush and took them into custody. Both were booked at the Humboldt County Correctional Facility on suspicion of attempted auto theft, felony trespassing, criminal conspiracy, and other charges.

Two Arrested for Alleged Trespassing, Attempted Auto Theft in Humboldt County was last modified: October 19th, 2022 by admin
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