Police Arrest 4 Suspects In Connection To Mill Valley Burglaries
MILL VALLEY (CBS SF) — Marin County sheriff’s deputies arrested four people, including a juvenile, after an interrupted residential burglary in an unincorporated area near Mill Valley on Thursday afternoon.
According to Lt. Jamie Scardina, a female resident entered her home on Reed Circle in the census-designated place of Strawberry and found four suspects inside.
The suspects shoved her to the ground as they fled, leaving their vehicle parked in front of her residence, Scardina said.
Deputies who responded around 1:30 p.m. got a description of the suspects from the resident, and other witnesses in the area gave the location where they last saw the suspects, Scardina said.
Sheriff’s deputies, along with police from Mill Valley, Sausalito, Tiburon and Belvedere searched the area and found one suspect under the deck of a residence on Richardson Drive.
The other three suspects were found running nearby on Seminary Drive, Scardina said.
Deputies found stolen property from a residence that had been burglarized on Seminary Drive an hour earlier, Scardina said.
The property stolen from both residences included jewelry and electronics, according to deputies.
Jabari Bryant, 18, of San Francisco, Lorenzo Cook, 18, of San Anselmo and Nicolo Giacomini, 18, of San Geronimo, were booked into the Marin County Jail for robbery, burglary, receiving stolen property, possession of burglary tools and conspiracy.
The juvenile from San Francisco was booked into juvenile hall on the same charges, Scardina said.
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