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3 Suspects Arrested in Connection with $145,000 Hanlees Nissan Burglary

The arrests of Breen, England, and Wheeler conclude a three month investigation.

The Davis Police Department arrested three burglary suspects who were allegedly involved with the theft of $145,000 worth of property from Hanlees Nissan in Davis on Sept. 11. 

Police executed the warrants with the aid of the Davis and West Sacramento SWAT teams. Here's more from the Davis Police Department, who had previously arrested another suspect, Jason Breen, in connection with this crime last month in Elk Grove: 

Both warrants were executed in Sacramento; one in Oak Park and one in the Geenhaven area. At the first location, Zachary England, 37 years old from Sacramento, was arrested in connection with the burglary and a weapons charge and subsequently booked into the Yolo County Jail. Also arrested was Erick Kramer, 49 years old out of Sacramento, for a “no bail” Sacramento County warrant. Some property located within the home was connected to a burglary from a neighboring jurisdiction.

Bertell Wheeler, 30 years old out of Sacramento, was taken into custody at his residence in Sacramento based on his connection to the Hanlees Nissan burglary. A search of Wheeler’s home yielded evidence to the burglary and additional stolen property from a surrounding jurisdiction. Wheeler was lodged at the Yolo County Jail for burglary.

Back on November 21, 2012, Davis Police arrested Jason Breen, 35 years old from Elk Grove, in connection with the burglary of Hanlees Nissan. 

The arrests of Breen, England, and Wheeler conclude a three month investigation.

Staying Anonymous December 13, 2012 at 02:58 AM
Greenbelt robbers take notice: You can't escape the long arms of the Davis PD! Or can you? Time will tell.
CTRandall February 28, 2013 at 01:01 AM
It would help to know or to be able to find out what items are stolen in a burglarly or some general description of the type, in case a citizen has reason to believe that he has information concerning burglaries. The info does not have to be too specific (serial numbers or other things the police might not want to release). Does anyone else agree? Incidentally, I am Randall, Sr.

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