Organized Burglary Crooks Arrested

Organized Burglary Crooks Arrested
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All indications are that the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department and its affiliated Career Criminals Unit and various regional Special Enforcement Units are growing weary of the ongoing pattern of residential burglaries throughout the City of Thousand Oaks and neighboring communities.

Evidence of that comes with the April 2 nd arrests of 31-year-old Sandra Lorena Ramos Becerra, 55-year-old Luis Leonardo Rivera Alarcon, and 26-year-old Jeisson Dario Castellanos Hernandez, each of whom is a resident of Los Angeles. Contact with the three suspects followed a prolonged investigation into a residential burglary that occurred on January 11, 2024 which—according to VCSD spokesman Sgt. Dillan Alvarez—“identified several suspects and their associated vehicles.”

As identities were assessed and evidence was gathered, detectives determined that Becerra, Hernandez, and Alarcon weren’t mere random thieves, but were part of “an organized burglary crew responsible for additional burglaries in Ventura County.”

On April 2nd, pursuant to “information received” that the suspects were in the Calabasas area conducting themselves in a manner “consistent with casing” neighborhoods, detectives made contact with them and placed them under arrest. Becerra was ultimately transported to Ventura County Jail, where she was booked on multiple charges of residential burglary, with her bail set at $50,000. Alcaron was transported to Riverside County Jail where he was booked on burglary charges stemming from crimes in San Bernardino County, “with additional charges pending in Ventura County.” Hernandez was booked in Los Angeles County Jail on charges of burglary and “operating a vehicle displaying a fraudulent license plate.”

Organized Burglary Crooks Arrested was last modified: April 12th, 2024 by admin
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