Three arrested in connection with string of home and car burglaries in Rancho Mirage

News headline from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department:

2012-04-24-pds12-0419-jackielaglenwalker201216600.jpgDuring the past several months, the Mission Hills Gated Community and other gated communities neighboring the Dinah Shore and Da Vall intersections in Rancho Mirage, have had numerous reports of residential and vehicle burglaries.

The suspects entered homes and vehicles stealing jewelry, coins, televisions, and other miscellaneous property.

During this time, members of the Palm Desert Station Burglary Suppression Unit (BSU) have located and identified potential suspects involved in these crimes.

At about 8:00 a.m. on April 19th, the Burglary Suppression Unit conducted three search warrants in the cities of Rancho Mirage and Cathedral City.  During the search 2012-04-24-pds12-0419-lisawallace201216631.jpgwarrants, several suspects were arrested.  At least one suspect is still outstanding.

The first location was in the 69600 block of Antonia Way in Rancho Mirage.  At this location, BSU recovered two televisions that are believed to be stolen property.   Arrested at the location was Jackie Laglen Walker (pictured top right), 50, of Rancho Mirage, for possession of methamphetamine.  In addition, they arrested Gina DeMarco, 28, of Rancho Mirage, for possession of paraphernalia.

The second location was in the 69600 block of Karen Way, in Rancho Mirage.  At this location, BSU recovered a television believed to be stolen.

2012-04-24-pds12-0419-davidmorgan201216618.jpgThe third location was in the 32200 block of Cathedral Canyon in Cathedral City.  At this location, BSU recovered a television and a small amount of narcotics.  Arrested here was Lisa Wallace (pictured middle right), 27, and David Morgan (pictured bottom right), 33, both of Cathedral City, for burglary, conspiracy, and probation violation.  Wallace had additional charges of possession of narcotics and possession of paraphernalia, and Morgan had an additional charge of felon in possession of ammunition.

The BSU is still actively investigating this case.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department-Palm Desert Station at 760-836-1600 or Crime Stoppers at (760) 341-Stop (7867).

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

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