Three 18 year old men allegedly involved in vehicle burglary rings in northern Arizona are now in custody.
Coconino County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Jason Lurkins explains some of the burglaries started in the Timberland neighborhood near Flagstaff in late October. In two instances, vehicles were taken. Lurkins describes what led detectives to the young suspects.
Early Thursday morning, Sedona Police officers responded to a report of a burglary at Thai Palace in the uptown area.
The 3 suspects fled from police on foot, leaving a vehicle behind. A search of the vehicle resulted in information that linked Kaiden Cox, Jonathan Hernandez and Hipolito Molina to the Timberline burglaries. Stolen property, which also came from other burglaries in Flagstaff, was located at the suspects’ homes. The 3 men have been charged with burglary, theft, credit card theft and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Meet the finalists for the Yavapai College President position.
The college is hosting public forums for the 3 finalists tomorrow. Michael Calvert, the current President of Pratt Community College in Kansas, will be available to meet with residents and visitors on the Verde Valley campus on Black Hills Drive in Clarkdale at 9:30 am. From there, he travels to the Prescott campus for a Community Forum at 2 pm. Linda Elliott-Nelson, the Vice-President for Learning Services at Arizona Western College in Yuma is scheduled to be on the Prescott campus at 9 am and on the Verde Valley campus at 12:30. Lisa Rhine, the Provost and CEO of the Chesapeake campus at Tidewater Community College in Virginia will be on the Verde Valley campus at 11 am and on the Prescott campus at 3:30. The Yavapai College District Board will hold a closed session at 8 Wednesday morning to interview the finalists. The meeting will be held at the Prescott Resort on Highway 69.