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Hawthorne man booked for Wildomar burglary; two suspects remain at large

Friday, January 17th, 2014
Issue 03, Volume 18.
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WILDOMAR - On Friday, Jan. 17, at 10:01 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 33000 block of Wilson Street in Wildomar reference a report of a residential burglary in progress.

The reporting party, a concerned neighbor, told dispatch personnel they observed three black male adults force entry through the front door of the residence. The reporting party remained in contact with dispatch personnel until responding officers arrived on scene. A description of the suspects was also provided and relayed to responding officers.

Within minutes, officers arrived on scene and detained one male subject fleeing the scene. A large pillowcase, containing a jewelry box and jewelry, was located nearby as well as two laptop computers. The subject detained by officers was identified as one of the involved parties by witnesses.

The homeowner, who was away at work when the event occurred, was notified and returned to the residence. The homeowner positively identified the property items recovered at the scene to be her property. The recovered property value was estimated to be in excess of two thousand dollars.

The suspect captured at the scene was identified as Ronald Dawayne Taylor (age 21 and a resident of the city of Hawthorne) was subsequently charged with burglary and booked at the Southwest Detention Center, located in the county area of Murrieta.

The two outstanding suspects have yet to be identified. The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone having information regarding this matter is encouraged to contact Officer Melendez, at the Wildomar Police Department, by calling (951) 245-3300.



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Comment #1 | Saturday, Jan 18, 2014 at 3:31 pm
Your headline says "wildomar man" but the article says his from Hawthorn...?

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