Three men who are believed to have burglarized one home and attempting to break into another have been arrested by the Milpitas Police Department.
Officers say they first received reports of the trio’s suspicious activity in the early part of the month. The caller said they saw some men who looked as if they were trying to break into a home. They were last seen driving an older green Chevrolet.
A MPD officer saw a similar car a short time later and decided to pull it over.
Three men and a stash of what appeared to be stolen property were found inside the vehicle. A brief investigation found that the items had been taken from a recently burglarized residence.
All three men were arrested on the spot, according to a department spokesperson, and they were taken to the Santa Clara County Jail to be booked. The suspects are being charged with conspiracy, attempted residential burglar, residential burglary and possession of stolen property.
Bail bonds information was not immediately available, but sources within the jail say one of the man is ineligible to hire a bondsman due to a parole hold.
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