General Crime

* Vacaville Police Arrest Steven Paul Seeley, Jose Angel Martinez And Wilson Bacud Jr. After Pusuit And Burglary

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Vacaville police arrested three Fresno men after a high-speed pursuit that started with the report of a burglary at a business in the city early this morning.At 4:56 a.m., the Police Department received a report of an alarm going off at 801 Davis St., and a burglary was discovered to have occurred at the business, according to police.While responding to the alarm, an officer spotted a van entering east bound Interstate Highway 80 from the Davis Street on-ramp at a high rate of speed, police said.The officer followed the van and discovered that its license plate had been reported stolen. The officer tried to stop the van, but the vehicle accelerated away, according to police.The van stopped briefly, and two people were seen exiting and running away from the vehicle before it accelerated again, police said.The driver eventually slowed and leapt from the van while it was still in motion on Highway 80. The driver, Steven Paul Seeley, 43, was apprehended after a foot pursuit. Seeley suffered minor injuries while jumping from the van, according to police.Other officers in the area found the two other suspects, Jose Angel Martinez, 21, and Wilson Bacud Jr., 31, in the area of Nut Tree Parkway. Martinez and Bacud were identified and linked to the van by evidence discovered by investigators, police said.The van was found to be stolen and had been re-plated with the stolen license plates. Investigators found thousands of dollars of stolen property from the business that had been burglarized, according to police. Seeley was charged with burglary, vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy, resisting and obstructing an officer, evading police, and violation of parole, police said.Martinez and Bucad were both charged with burglary, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, conspiracy, and resisting and obstructing an officer, according to police. Investigators were not sure if all of the suspected burglars have been captured, and said there may be at least one other outstanding suspect.The investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information about the incident can call Detective Todd Dye at (707) 449-5212 or the Vacaville Police Department at (707) 449-5200.

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