Santa Monica Burglary of a House Near San Vicente Blvd, Ends in Arrest
The suspect won't give police his name; apprehended on 12th and California.
October 3, 2017
Update, 9/29: Lt. Saul Rodriguez issued the following statement: On September 27, 2017 at about 12:08 p.m. officers responded to a radio call for service of a possible burglary in the 200 block of 14th Street. The reporting party/victim saw the suspect in his backyard looking through his patio door. The victim contacted the subject. The suspect told the victim he was looking for his friend. The victim called the police and the suspect fled. The victim followed the suspect to the area of 12th Street and California Avenue where the officers attempted to stop the suspect. The suspect fled from the officers and a perimeter was
established. The suspect was located within the containment and taken into custody.
In custody: The suspect refused to provide any information and was booked as John Doe (M/B) for 647(h) PC – Prowling; 148 PC – Resisting Arrest and warrants. Bail $ 45,850.00
9/27: A home invasion robbery on San Vicente ended in an arrest on Wednesday.
A Santa Monica Police Department officer at the scene stated that there was an attempted burglary in the San Vicente neighborhood, one of the wealthiest residential areas in the United States.
The suspect fled after the homeowner, or another person onsite, discovered him. He was eventually located and taken into custody by the SMPD at the 1111 California area.