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Police arrest four suspects of home invasion robbery in Canyon Lake


Sunday, May 11th, 2014
Issue 19, Volume 18.
Alex Groves
Staff Writer


Police officials arrested four people between Saturday and Sunday in connection with a home invasion robbery that took place in Canyon Lake on May 7, where a subject was tied up and robbed of multiple personal belongings.

Allen Hackley, 47, of Riverside County was arrested on May 10. Hackley's three accomplices, Vallerie Cook, 34, of Wildomar; Jeffrey Fleming, 44, of Wildomar; and Kimberly Holguin, 40, of Bellflower were all arrested today as officials followed up on investigative leads, according to a Riverside County Sheriff's report.

The four individuals allegedly forced their way into the home of a Canyon Lake resident and tied that resident to a chair using duck tape, according to Sheriff's Sgt. Gill Gonzalez.

Gonzalez said the group took multiple items out of the home while one Advertisement
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of the suspects brandished a weapon at the victim before eventually getting away in the victim's blue-colored compact vehicle.

The vehicle was later recognized by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department near Lakewood. And, after a short vehicle pursuit, officials were able to capture and arrest Hackley.

Hackley was placed in the Robert Presley Detention Center for Home Invasion Robbery.

The next day officials arrested Cook, Fleming and Holguin after they arrived to a home in the 3500 block of Momat Avenue in Wildomar to look for additional stolen items, according to the report.

It wasn't clear whether the three additional suspects were also placed in Robert Presley Detention Center.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact Investigator Omar Rodriguez at the Perris Station at (951) 210-1000.


 

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Comment Profile ImageSteven
Comment #1 | Sunday, May 11, 2014 at 11:25 pm
I bet money that all four are released within one month. Every couple of months I see the same names just keep popping up for the same type of crimes. Why?

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