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*Oakland Residents Brihana Hanible and Terrell Reams Arrested for Burglary in Pleasanton

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Two Oakland residents who allegedly burglarized two homes in Pleasanton on Friday have been arrested, according to the Pleasanton Police Department. An officer patrolling the Muirwood neighborhood stopped a suspicious vehicle for a vehicle code violation. The officer reportedly determined the occupants were on probation. Officers searched the car and the occupants. During the search officers found a rifle that had been taken in a residential burglary that had occurred about an hour before the stop. Also, officers allegedly found a small caliber gun on 19-year-old Brihana Hanible.  While officers were still with the suspects a second residential burglary was reported. It was determined that Hanible and 21-year-old Terrell Reams were allegedly in possession of the items stolen from the home. At about 10:40 a.m., Hanible and Reams were arrested.

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  • I feel that people shouldn’t go around advertising peoples mistakes that they make. It is public records but this is broadcasted all over the world. It bad enough that anyone can go down to the court house and find out information about people. Its not like they killed somebody

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