APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) – Two Apple Valley men were arrested on multiple criminal charges following a search warrant on Tuesday.
On July 8, 2021, Deputy D. Vallejo of the Apple Valley Police Department responded to the 19000 block of Seneca Road with a burglary report.
The victim said he hired a subject who was later identified as being 30 years old Corey wyatt to work at his residence, officials said.
According to a press release from the sheriff, “Shortly after the topic left, she received notifications from her bank that someone had attempted to use her bank card. The victim later noticed that his checkbook, wallet containing his credit cards and ID cards were missing.
At approximately 7:51 a.m. on July 27, MPs and detectives from the Apple Valley Police Department, with assistance from Probation, City of Apple Valley Code Enforcement, and Auto Theft Task Force County of San Bernardino (SANCATT), served a search warrant on Wyatt’s residence in the 20,000 block of Yucca Loma Road.
“During the service of the search warrant, investigators recovered a stolen vehicle, credit cards belonging to the victim, ammunition, methamphetamine, stolen mail and other stolen credit cards,” the report said. communicated.
Wyatt was arrested and jailed in the High Desert Detention Center on suspicion of burglary, identity theft, theft under false pretenses, possession of a stolen vehicle and a criminal in possession of ammunition. He is scheduled to appear in Victorville Superior Court on July 29, 2021 and is being held in lieu of $ 50,000 bail.
A second occupant of the house identified as Erik Kirby, 25, was arrested and held in High Desert Detention Center on suspicion of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of methamphetamine and is due in court on July 29, 2021. In addition to this charge, Kirby has been incarcerated on a non-felony warrant on bail out of San Bernardino County.
Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact Deputy D. Vallejo of the Apple Valley Police Department at (760) 240-7400 or the Sheriff’s Department at (760) 956-5001. Callers who wish to remain anonymous are advised to call the We-Tip helpline at 1-800-78CRIME (27463) or you can leave the information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip. com.
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