Police Arrest Burglary Suspects After Trailing Them Into Azusa

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Two men and a woman were arrested Thursday after an observant neighbor reported their alleged involvement in a home burglary.

An officer arrived quickly to the 800 block of North Live Oak Avenue April 7, located the suspect vehicle fleeing the area and followed it to Azusa where backup officers helped take three suspects into custody. The stolen property from the home was recovered, police said.

Officers were dispatched to the home at 2:47 p.m. on a call from a resident who observed three suspicious people enter the residence, said Sgt. Shelly Gold of Glendora Police.

It was not immediately known how the suspects entered the home.

One arriving officer located the suspects fleeing in a vehicle and trailed them to Azusa Avenue and the Interstate 210 freeway. Once additional officers arrived, a traffic stop was made, Gold said.

During a search of the suspect’s vehicle, officers located items later determined to have been taken from the house, Gold said.

Arrested were Daeveon, Tyrone Vails, 20, Craig Darrell Daniel, 35, and Megan Ashley Porter, 21. The three Los Angeles residents were booked on suspicion of burglary and conspiracy to commit a crime.

Vails and Daniel are being held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

Porter was additionally booked on receiving stolen property, false impersonation and on outstanding warrants. She is being held without bail.

All three are scheduled to appear at the West Covina Courthouse April 11.