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* Vallejo Three Teens Arrested In Connection With Alleged Residential Burglaries

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Vallejo police have arrested three teens suspected of committing two burglaries on Monday, a police sergeant said. A female resident of a home in the 200 block of Falcon Drive called 911 around 4:35 p.m. after she heard a noise and saw two juveniles running out of a bedroom, Sgt. Jeff Bassett said. The intruders jumped out a window, and no items were taken from the residence, Bassett said. Based on descriptions of the burglars given to the 911 dispatcher, officers were able to find and arrest three suspects nearby, Bassett said.

Police believe the teens — two 15-year-olds and one 17-year-old — are also responsible for a residential burglary that occurred a few hours earlier in the 400 block of Gonzaga Avenue, Bassett said. Cash and electronics were taken from that home, Bassett said. The items have not been recovered. The teens were booked into juvenile hall for burglary, Bassett said.

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