An Inglewood man in custody in San Diego County for allegedly breaking into automobiles is believed to be related to about three dozen automotive burglaries concentrating on surfers’ automobiles in Manhattan Seashore, police stated Thursday.
“The suspects focused surfers who left their wallets and cell telephones of their automobiles,” Manhattan Seashore police Sgt. Tim Zins stated. “After the suspects burglarized the automobiles, they used the victims’ bank cards at totally different Goal shops all through Los Angeles County. Comparable crimes occurred in San Diego County, Orange County and Ventura County.”
Earlier this month, Manhattan Seashore detectives served a search warrant at a residence in Inglewood, the place they seized stolen cell telephones, identification playing cards and bank cards, Zins stated.
“By means of this ongoing investigation, Manhattan Seashore police detectives recognized Kevin Lucas as one of many housebreaking suspects,” Zins stated. “MBPD detectives discovered that Lucas had additionally dedicated a number of car burglaries in San Diego County and an arrest warrant was issued for Lucas. In June, Lucas was situated and booked into Vista Detention Middle in San Diego County and charged with sixty eight felony counts of id theft and different fraud associated expenses.”
Authorities consider 18-yr-previous Lucas was one of many suspects concerned within the Manhattan Seashore crimes that which occurred between January 2016 and Might of this yr, stated Zins.
–Metropolis Information Service
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