A convicted felon and one other man suspected of stealing bank cards, checks and different gadgets to commit id theft in Temecula have been behind bars Friday.
Christopher Keith Sebelius, 31, of Riverside and Albert Peter Avitea, 26, of Moreno Valley have been arrested Thursday together with 25-yr-previous Biancha Sybilla Martinez of Riverside following an investigation by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Division.
Sebelius was booked into the Southwest Detention Middle in Murrieta on suspicion of receiving stolen property, being in possession of housebreaking instruments and id theft.
He’s being held on $50,000 bail.
Avitea was booked into the Smith Correctional Facility in Banning on suspicion of receiving stolen property and a misdemeanor warrant for failure to seem in an unrelated case. He’s being held in lieu of $25,000 bail.
Martinez was booked on suspicion of receiving stolen property and being in possession of a managed substance.
She posted a $three,500 bond and was launched a number of hours later.
In response to sheriff’s Sgt. Chris Gaskins, a deputy patrolling the world of Jefferson Avenue and By way of Montezuma about 2 p.m. Thursday noticed the trio in a Ford Explorer parked outdoors a motel and approached the SUV based mostly on considerations of illicit exercise.
After studying Sebelius was on probation, the trio have been detained and a verify of the car uncovered quite a few “bank cards, California driver’s licenses, ID playing cards, clean enterprise checks, issued cashier’s examine, a U.S. passport and different miscellaneous mail and paperwork not addressed to any of the themes,” Gaskins stated.
He stated that a number of laptop computer computer systems, pill units, cell phones and different electronics have been additionally seized from the SUV.
In response to courtroom data, Sebelius has prior convictions for driving underneath the affect, receiving stolen property and use of unlawful medicine whereas incarcerated. Avitea has misdemeanor instances pending for alleged driving on a suspended license and being in possession of a managed substance, data confirmed.
Martinez has prior misdemeanor convictions for theft of public providers, possession of managed substances and being underneath the affect of a managed substance.
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