Glenn County Sheriff’s Office Announces Recovery of Stolen Property in Five Separate Burglary Cases
The Glenn County Sheriff’s Office has announced that detectives from the Glenn Investigations and Narcotics Task Force (GLINTF) have successfully recovered stolen property from five separate burglaries within the County of Glenn.
The recovery was made after the task force served a search warrant at a storage facility located in Tehama County. The investigation was initiated amid an increase in residential and agricultural burglaries in the area.
Earlier in February, the Glenn County Sheriff’s Office deputies and GLINTF detectives investigated a burglary, ultimately arresting one suspect and recovering multiple stolen items. A vehicle associated with another burglary in Tehama County was also stopped, and items from the vehicle were linked to two burglary cases, one from Glenn County and the other from Tehama County. The cases led the detectives to obtain a search warrant for the storage facility located in Tehama County, the Sheriff’s Office said.
After serving the warrant, detectives were able to locate and return more stolen property to the owners. Multiple victims were contacted, and dozens of stolen items were identified and released to their rightful owners.
The Glenn Investigation and Narcotics Task Force is a unit comprised of detectives and agents from local agencies that investigate not only narcotics crimes but major crimes as well.
The task force has urged anyone with information regarding the investigation to contact them. GLINTF detectives can be contacted in person at 543 West Oak Street in Willows, by phone at (530) 934-6431, or by calling 911 in cases of an emergency.