Stolen Laptops From Palo Alto School Recovered; 2 Arrested

PALO ALTO (CBS SF) – Laptops stolen from a Palo Alto high school about two weeks ago were recovered by police Wednesday while serving a search warrant in East Palo Alto, police said.

Sometime overnight between July 21 and July 22, thieves broke into a classroom at Gunn High School and stole two laptops. The burglary was one of several recent break-ins at Palo Alto high schools.

An investigation led police to issue a search warrant for a residence where officers located the stolen property.

Alfredo Antonio Gonzalez Jr., 18, and Nayely Anahi Castillo, 18, both of East Palo Alto, were arrested on suspicion of possessing stolen property.

Anyone with information about the burglaries is asked to contact police at (650) 329-2413. Anonymous tips can be made by emailing paloalto@tipnow.org or by texting or calling (650) 383-8984.

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  1. forArizonaLaw says:

    Secure our borders and deport these criminals before they are able to commit crimes against legal American citizens and legal immigrants.

  2. trj says:

    But they were just looking for a better life. WITH YOUR STUFF! How long is America going to allow people like this to even be here? Yeah, I know the article made no mention of whether they are legal or not. I just know I’m reading news from all over America and the number of crimes done by illegal latinos or just latinos is incredible. It is obvious that Illegal aliens have a lot to do with the rising crime rates. America needs to start DEPORTING ALL ILLEGAL ALIENS AND TO SECURE THE BORDER.

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