Bryan Soto, Earvin Sanchez and Felipe Almanzar | Mug shots courtesy EPCSO
On Monday, the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest of five young adults in connection to the burglaries of several vehicles in and around the Clint area.
According to EPCSO officials, on Sunday, April 5, Deputies from the Deputy Peter J. Herrera Patrol Station in Clint were sent to the 13600 block of Alameda in reference to Burglary of Vehicle.
As a result of the investigation, deputies located the vehicle and five individuals wanted in connection with the burglary. EPCSO officials say that the young adults allegedly burglarized several vehicles in the area, removing various electronics including cellphones, chargers, and charging cables.
Bryan Soto, Earvin Sanchez and Felipe Almanzar – all 17-years-of-age – were booked into the El Paso County Detention Facility and each charged with 2 counts of Burglary of Vehicle.
Two juveniles were also taken into custody and were also charged multiple counts of Burglary of vehicle. The juveniles were processed and referred to the Juvenile Probation Department.
The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind the public to lock their vehicles, trunks or tailgates.
“An unlocked car is an open invitation to a thief, take the keys with you and close all windows,” EPCSO officials shared. “Remove, secure or hide cellphones, stereos, valuables, wallets, purses, and packages.”