CLAREMONT, CA — Two parolees and another man were captured regarding a thievery at a home in Claremont, police announced Friday.
Around 1 p.m. Thursday, a maid called police to report a break-in at a living arrangement in the 3700 square of Hollins Avenue and said she was stowing away inside the home, said Claremont police Lt. Eric Huizar.
"Arriving officers saw a man escaping the scene in a silver Toyota vehicle, He drove police on a short interest, slamming the vehicle into an enormous stone on the property of a home on Westminster Place, at that point kept running off by walking," Huizar said.
One think was cornered in a yard in the 900 square of Pomello Drive after a protracted pursue, yet would not surrender and was in the end arrested by a police hound, he said.
Police decided two additional suspects got away through Hollins Avenue living arrangement's indirect access, the lieutenant said.
Police confined the second of the extraordinary suspects in Upland amid an ensuing breakin, experts said.
The third suspect was captured about 11:30 p.m. Thursday, likewise in Upland, in the territory of Mountain Avenue and Arrow Highway, after a private break-in, Huizar said.
Markus Gray, 29, of Hawthorne and Pasadena occupants Carl Lloyd, 24 and Dejon Williams, 22, were altogether set up for doubt of private theft, home attack and opposing capture, Huizar said.
Dark was being held in lieu of $60,000 safeguard at the Inmate Reception Center in downtown Los Angeles, and loyd and Williams, because of their parole status, were being held without safeguard at the Claremont City Jail, he said.