Marina Del Rey Burglary Suspects Arrested
Marina Del Rey Burglary Suspects Arrested
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arrested two people on suspicion of burglary, after responding to an early morning report of a break-in in Marina del Rey. Two people, whose description matched the description of the suspects, were spotted riding bicycles in the area of the incident.

Burglary rates climbing in Marina del Rey

After the pair was arrested, deputies discovered that they were in possession of items taken from the scene, along with tools, drug paraphernalia and narcotics. Jacob Wright and Lana Senecal were charged with suspicion of burglary, possession of burglary tools and receiving stolen property.The Marina del Rey area has experienced a gradual increase in the number of break-ins of more than 10% over the last five years.

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Robert Helfend practices criminal defense exclusively and takes cases in Los Angeles County and throughout Southern California. He has established an impressive reputation as an aggressive, skillful criminal defense attorney, and can help you, whether you are facing major or minor criminal charges.

Effective defense requires the individual attention of a criminal defense attorney. Mr. Helfend handles each case personally, so you’ll receive the full benefit of Mr. Helfend’s extensive experience in burglary defense within the California criminal justice system. Your case won’t be passed to a less experienced associate. Mr. Helfend’s direct, straightforward approach means that you’ll always understand what is happening with the criminal case against you.

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