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Fremont police arrest man for multiple residential burglaries in East Bay – CBS San Francisco

FREMONT (CBS SF) — Fremont police say they arrested a man on suspicion of a series of home burglaries.

As of December 2021, Fremont police said they received reports of “several” residential burglaries in the Mission Hills area. The suspect or suspects would enter by breaking the rear sliding glass doors, then leave with cash, jewelry and safes. Police said thieves often cut off the electricity to the house before entering.

Using surveillance footage, police said they spotted a newer Dodge Charger with a stolen license plate at the crime scene, along with two other cars. Similar reports then arrived from Pleasanton and Livermore, according to law enforcement.

The Fremont Police Department executed a search warrant on Nichols Avenue in Fremont on March 25, 2022. The search warrant revealed property stolen from a March 24 residential burglary in Livermore. (Fremont Police Department via Bay City News)

Officers identified a suspect’s residence on Nichols Avenue in Freemont. A search warrant for the address was executed on March 25 and police say the search revealed property taken during the Livermore residential burglary as well as two semi-automatic pistols, high capacity magazines, near a pound of cocaine, over $20,000 in cash, scales and stolen jewelry.

Juan Javier CruzMaldonado was arrested on suspicion of criminal possession of a controlled substance and possession for the purpose of sale, possession of stolen property, criminal possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance and the crime of tampering with evidence.

Eleazar Moreno Valdivias was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.

The investigation is ongoing, according to the police.

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