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Hemet: Police arrest probationer suspected of stealing items from construction site


Sunday, July 13th, 2014
Issue 28, Volume 18.


A probationer suspected of stealing items at the construction site of a new business in Hemet while dressed as an employee was arrested early today.

Security guards called 911 at 5:11 a.m. after watching a live feed of the suspect walking around the site in the 3700 block of West Florida Avenue, the Hemet Police Department reported.

The suspect, Clinton Daigle, Advertisement
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of Norco, bolted when officers arrived and left the items he allegedly stole. Daigle was arrested following a struggle with officers and a police dog, police reported.

Daigle allegedly used a stolen ID card while in custody. It was returned to its owner, police said.

Daigle was arrested on suspicion of receiving stolen property, burglary and other violations, police said.


 

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Comment Profile ImageWilby
Comment #1 | Monday, Jul 14, 2014 at 11:41 am
Just proves the point, once a scumbag always a scumbag. Go ahead Governor Brown keep releasing these criminals back into society. We can look forward to a lot more of this kind of criminal activity.

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