Police Tuesday introduced the arrests of three males suspected in a collection of so-referred to as “knock-knock” burglaries on the west aspect of the San Fernando Valley.
Daquinn Epps, 27, Daejohn Clark, 26, and John White, 25, have been allegedly members of organized teams of gang members, many from South Los Angeles, who focused costly houses within the San Fernando Valley “based mostly on the probability of getting cash, jewellery and/or firearms inside the residence,” in line with Los Angeles police Detective William Dunn.
“They’re recognized to knock on the entrance door to find out if the residence is unoccupied,” Dunn stated.
“As soon as they decide the residence is unoccupied, they achieve entry by means of a rear door, aspect door or second-flooring balcony door and have been recognized to disable the alarm,” Dunn stated.
A break within the case got here Feb. thirteen, when a Chatsworth resident used a reside video feed to identify an individual breaking in to the household’s residence, Dunn stated.
“They instantly notified the police, and officers from Devonshire Space responded (and) arrested Epps, Clark and White,” Dunn stated.
In response to LAPD Lt. Tim Torsney, there have been greater than 1,000 residence burglaries in 2016 within the West Valley space.
“It’s believed that roughly 250 of those burglaries have been dedicated by organized knock-knock burglars,” Torsney stated.
— Metropolis Information Service
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