Two juveniles, one adult, 18, arrested on suspicion of burglary in Truckee |

Two juveniles, one adult, 18, arrested on suspicion of burglary in Truckee

TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; A pair of juvenile boys and an 18-year-old man were arrested early Thursday on suspicion of burglary and other charges after they allegedly attempted to break into units in an apartment complex, police said.

According to a press release from the Truckee Police Department, two officers were dispatched to the complex on Rue Ivy Avenue shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday. Upon arrival, three suspects fled, and after a chase, one subject stopped to fight the officers and was arrested after a short struggle; one officer was slightly injured.

A second subject was located hiding in a nearby stairwell and was arrested after a brief struggle, according to police.

Additional officers arrived and heard a female screaming from another unit in the complex, according to police. Officers located a male subject from the original group attempting to break into an apartment unit, physically assaulting a female resident in the process. The suspect was arrested after a short struggle with officers. The female resident suffered minor injuries.

According to Truckee Police, a Placer County Sheriffand#8217;s Department K-9 unit searched the area for a possible fourth subject, who was not located. During the search, the K-9 led officers to other units that appeared to be tampered with.

The juveniles and#8212; both 17-year-old boys and#8212; were transported and booked into Juvenile Hall in Nevada City; the adult, 18-year-old Isreal Angelo Tenorio, was booked into the Nevada County jail facility in Truckee.

Charges included burglary, attempted burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, violation of probation and resisting arrest. It was not immediately clear if all three face the same charges.

One of the juveniles was also charged with the assault on the resident at the complex, according to police.

Truckee Police in continuing to investigate this case. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the department at 530-550-2323.

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