Burglary Suspects Arrested Leads to Search Warrant
On Tuesday, December 5, 2017, about 10:50 a.m., deputies from the Eastvale Police Department were dispatched to a residence located in the 13000 block of Dellbrook Street, in the city of Eastvale, reference a reported burglary.
Upon arrival, deputies determined three suspects had burglarized the residence and fled the location in a black Mercedes. A broadcast of the suspect information and vehicle description was made. Deputies from the Norco Sheriff’s Office, located the black Mercedes around Hamner Avenue and 4th Street, in the city of Norco. The three suspects abandoned their vehicle and fled from the deputies to evade immediate capture.
Deputies located one of the suspects, who was hiding in the thick brush on the I-15 embankment, by utilizing a K-9. The suspect was apprehended by the K-9 and was bitten. The suspect was transported to the hospital and treated for his injuries. A Norco resident reported seeing a suspicious person around the 2700 block of Hamner Avenue in the city of Norco. Norco and Eastvale deputies responded to the area. The suspect fled from the deputies a second time. The suspect was located and taken into custody in a nearby business complex with the assistance of the Aviation Unit and K-9 deputies. The third suspect was not able to be located.
The two suspects who were arrested were identified as Terrion Arnold, age 18, and DeAnthony Harris, age 18, both from the city of Eastvale. Arnold and Harris were arrested for 459 PC (Burglary) and booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center.
On Wednesday, December 6, 2017, about 12:30 p.m., Investigators from the Eastvale Police Department conducted further investigation, which led to a search warrant being served in the 12000 block of Kern River Drive, in the city of Eastvale. During the search warrant, additional stolen property, and an illegal butane marijuana honey oil lab operation was discovered. The Riverside Sheriff’s Department’s Special Investigations Bureau, responded and processed the honey oil lab operation. The suspects arrested during the search warrant and were booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center were identified as follows:
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with additional information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Investigator Martinez at the Jurupa Valley Sheriff’s Station at (951) 955-2600.
Citizens may also submit a tip using the Sheriff's CrimeTips online form.