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Home Invasion Robbery Suspects Tracked Down to Wildomar, Arrested

The scene in Canyon Lake following a home invasion robbery on May 7, 2014. Photo credit: Ruben Flores/Canyon Lake Watch
The scene in Canyon Lake following a home invasion robbery on May 7, 2014. Photo credit: Ruben Flores/Canyon Lake Watch

A group of people allegedly involved in a home invasion robbery in Canyon Lake Wednesday were arrested this weekend at a home in Wildomar.

Four suspects forced their way inside a home in the 30000 block of Channel Way Drive Wednesday and tied up the victim using packing tape, said Canyon Lake police Sgt. Gil Gonzalez.

One of the suspects was armed. They ransacked the home, took the victim's property and stole his white 2012 Kia Sol.

Officers were dispatched to the scene at 12:29 p.m. Wednesday, Gonzalez said.

The suspects fled in the victim's car and a blue-colored compact vehicle. The man was able to free himself and call police, he said.

About 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the victim's Kia Sol was located near Lakewood by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. After a short pursuit, Allen Hackley, 47, was taken into custody.

Hackley, a resident of Riverside County, was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center for home invasion robbery and possession of a stolen vehicle.

At 2:05 a.m. Sunday, investigative leads led authorities to seek a search warrant for a home in the 35000 block of Momat Avenue in Wildomar "...where they believed additional suspects and evidence would be located," police said in an update on the case.

"Three additional suspects in this case were taken into custody along with a suspect vehicle and items belonging to the victim," sheriff's officials said in a press release.

The three suspects were identified as Valerie Cook, a 34-year-old resident of Wildomar, Jeffrey Fleming, a 44-year-old resident of Santa Ana, and Kimberly Holguin, a 40-year-old resident of Bellflower.

Anyone with information regarding the home invasion robbery was asked to call Perris station investigators at (951) 210-1000.


– City News Service. 



Rae Anne Resident May 13, 2014 at 05:25 PM
Kleiner when all eles fales just drag out the polertics card it helps a person over the gappers that normal intellergence usualy fills.
Ken May 13, 2014 at 06:33 PM
I love the expressions on these low lifes faces. Fleming looks like I believe they caught us, How? What happened? Cook looks like Gosh I'm in big dodo. Wish I din't dothat stupid move. Holguin has this expression that she is schocked and wishes this was all just a bad dream. And Hackley doesn't look happy at all and is mega PO'ed he got busted.
No one May 13, 2014 at 08:51 PM
Meth heads!
Steve M May 13, 2014 at 08:56 PM
Yup, the stuff that can turn ordinary people into thieves.
julian May 13, 2014 at 11:55 PM
Ordinary people don't do meth. Nothing ordinary about meth. Ordinary people read books, go to the movies, work full time jobs and plan for retirement.

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