Three arrests as local businesses and homes suffer losses from break-ins
Persistence by Kern County Sheriff’s deputies—and a little bit of good luck on Friday the 13th—led to three arrests last week, two allegedly related to burglaries of local businesses.
A troubling pattern of burglaries has been growing here. In the early hours of October 2 a CalNeva Broadband vehicle was broken into on Mt. Pinos Way. A reported $10,000…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Kern County Sheriff’s Department Senior Deputy Garza and CalNeva Broadband Manager Gerard Palmisano inspect CalNeva’s truck after it was burglarized for equipment and gasoline.
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