2 Men Arrested In Arson Fire At Hollywood Restaurant, Looting During ProtestsImages released by the LAPD shows two men they say went into a restaurant in the Hollywood area and used an accelerant to start a fire.
4 Arrested In Looting Of Santa Monica Patagonia; Stolen Safe RecoveredPatagonia, at 1344 4th St., was damaged and looted on May 31 by several suspects who were caught on surveillance video, removing a safe from the business.
2 Men Arrested In Looting Of REI, Vans Stores In Santa MonicaSebastian Martinez, 24, of El Segundo, and 20-year-old Christopher Gutierrez, of Los Angeles, were arrested last Thursday after being stopped by Manhattan Beach police officers, Santa Monica police spokesman Lt. Joseph Cortez said.
Man Arrested In Connection With Looted Dollar General In San BernardinoEmployees of the Dollar General told police they arrived for work the next day and found the front glass window and door had been shattered, and multiple items missing from the store.
2 More Women Arrested In Looting Of San Bernardino Beauty Supply StoreOne of the suspects was identified from surveillance video and a search warrant was served at the suspect’s home, where several items stolen from the business were found, along with a second suspect.
59-Year-Old San Bernardino Man Arrested For Looting Booze From Stater Bros. MarketA search warrant served at the San Bernardino home of Charles Edwin Haiman on June 22 turned up the stolen property, which included several bottles of Jim Beam, Johnny Walker Black Label, and Jagermeister, according to San Bernardino police.
Woman Arrested In Looting Of San Bernardino Beauty Supply StorePolice say they identified Keyairra Cloyd, 28, as the woman captured on surveillance video looting Joy’s Beauty Salon, 293 E. Baseline St., on May 31 after a protest that erupted into violence.
LA Woman Arrested In Connection With Santa Monica LootingAmanda Van Dusye was arrested Thursday on suspicion of burglary, grand theft and burglary during a state of emergency after a search warrant executed in in Los Angeles revealed thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise stolen from Santa Monica businesses.