Grand Theft, Burglary Charges For Los Angeles Teens
Grand Theft, Burglary Charges For Los Angeles Teens
Los Angeles Sheriff’s deputies arrested five people in conjunction with a burglary and grand theft in Rancho Palos Verdes last month. Five teens, who had reportedly stolen an automobile and later used it in two burglaries, were arrested following a brief chase and a rollover accident. Three of the five juveniles suffered critical injuries in the accident, which occurred near Del Cerro Park.

Grand Theft Charges For Auto Theft Are Automatic


Witnesses said that the 16-year-old driver failed to negotiate a turn, hit a curb and became airborne. The car crashed into a stone wall, trapping all five occupants in the vehicle. Police were alerted to a burglary in progress by a neighbor who saw several teens around a house where the residents were away. The neighbor provided a description of the getaway vehicle. Air patrol officers later spotted the vehicle and detected a signal from the vehicle’s anti-theft device, which had been activated earlier that morning.

After the juveniles, who ranged in age from 14 to 17, were extricated from the vehicle, deputies found electronics, jewelry and other items taken from the home, as well as items from a second burglary that also occurred in the area that morning.

If you find yourself arrested on grand theft charges, Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Robert Helfend can help. Robert Helfend has practiced criminal defense exclusively in Los Angeles County and the surrounding area for 30 years. He takes burglary and grand theft defense cases in Los Angeles County and fights aggressively for your rights.

Mr. Helfend will work to get the charges against you reduced or dropped, and will fight against overly aggressive prosecutors to make sure that they meet the stiff burden of proof for each grand theft charge they bring against you.

Don’t wait! Rely on an experienced Los Angeles criminal defense attorney. Contact Robert Helfend today for a free consultation on your burglary or grand theft case.

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