Authorities Arrest Suspects Breaking Into Business

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) Officials with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office arrested several suspects in connection with a break-in at a business.

HCSO provides details of Friday’s incident; “Patrol Deputies responded this morning, December 28, 2012, to a business located at the 1500 block of Aldine Mail Road. The caller stated he was observing three male suspects on his video surveillance system, trying to gain entry to the business by cutting a hole into the roof. As the first responding deputy pulled up to the business, he observed the suspects climbing down a ladder from the roof and start running.”

Additional information from the HCSO revealed that the suspects ran through the parking area to a neighborhood behind the business. A perimeter was set up by officials. Additional units and HCSO K9 were also deployed to help with the search. The search netted the arrest of one of the suspects outside a nearby residence.

“Two more suspects were taken into custody after trying to hide under a shed located on the property. A fourth suspect was arrested after being seen suspiciously driving up and down the streets. As deputies were ending the search, a fifth suspect was placed into custody after seen walking away from the perimeter,” added the HCSO.

The following individuals face charges of burglary of a business and evading detention on foot: Fareed Barfield, 24; Byron Edwards, 19; William Pennington, 23; Curtis Giron Solomon, 21 and Jake Emile Wheeler, 26

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