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3 People Arrested for Theft at Apple Valley, CA, Self-Storage Facility

July 13, 2022

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3 People Arrested for Theft at Apple Valley, CA, Self-Storage Facility

Three people were arrested last week for allegedly breaking into multiple units at Devon Self Storage in Apple Valley, California. The July 5 thefts 18690 California State Route 18 happened at 9:20 p.m., according to the source.

A self-storage tenant called police on July 7 to report that nearly $4,000 in collectibles were missing from their unit. During the investigation, officers discovered multiple spaces had been breached, including the one rented by the victim.

Police identified a vehicle belonging to the suspects, which was later found at a home in Hesperia, California. While serving a search warrant at the residence, investigators found the stolen collectibles along with other items taken from the storage facility.

James Naranjo, 38; Danny Persinger, 34; and Melissa Simmons, 34, were apprehended at the Hesperia home on Friday afternoon. They face charges of burglary, possession of stolen property and conspiracy to commit a crime. They’re being held at High Desert Detention Center on $25,000 bail each, the source reported.

Founded in 1988, Devon Self Storage is an employee-owned, private real estate company. It operates 86 facilities in 24 states.

Source: Yahoo News, A Trio of From Hesperia Were Arrested on Suspicion of Burglarizing Self-Storage Units in Apple Valley

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