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UPDATE: Booking Photos of Loma Linda-Redlands Burglary Suspects

The Sheriff's Department has a large quantity of stolen property that has not been claimed. If you live in Loma Linda, Redlands or the surrounding area, and have been the victim of a residential burglary, contact Detective Wellott at (909) 387-3512

Booking photos were released Wednesday of two Rialto men accused of burglarizing homes in Loma Linda and Redlands on Monday Dec. 10.

The burglaries were reported Monday afternoon in the 25000 block of Huron Street in Loma Linda, and in the 700 block of Bermuda Drive in Redlands, Central Station personnel said.

The arrested men, Drameco Kindle, 38, and Almad T. Lothyan, 23, are suspected of other residential burglaries in Loma Linda and Redlands, deputies said.

"Search warrants were served at both suspects' homes in Rialto, and additional stolen property was recovered, which matched that of stolen property taken from other residential burglaries that had been reported in the last 60 days in the City of Loma Linda," deputies said.

"It is believed that both suspects are responsible for numerous residential burglaries in the City of Loma Linda and the City of Redlands," deputies said.

The Sheriff's Department has a large quantity of stolen property that has not been claimed. If you live in Loma Linda, Redlands or the surrounding area, and have been the victim of a residential burglary, contact Detective Wellott at (909) 387-3512.

Kindle and Lothyan were held Wednesday afternoon at Central Detention Center in San Bernardino in lieu of $500,000 bail each, deputies said in an update.

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Yes December 12, 2012 at 11:49 PM
Glad they caught these scumbags that are leeching off hardworking people. Landlords also need to be more careful as to who they rent their properties to, alot of thugs have been moving in lately. Neighbors be vigilant and if someone doesn't look like they belong, call the police.
Gregory Brittain December 13, 2012 at 12:40 AM
Thank you liberal judges and Dems for putting more criminals back on the streets.
Gregory Brittain December 13, 2012 at 12:42 AM
BTW, CA spends ~ 3X more per inmate as does TX, but CA is under court order to release criminals back onto the street. http://reason.org/news/show/private-prisons-save-california-bil Why? It doesn't have to be that way.
Michelle December 13, 2012 at 05:36 PM
Kindle's got a criminal record a mile long. Nice they caught him so we'll be safe for a few months.

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