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Mesa vehicle break-in lands 4 in jail

Andre Miguel (Source: Mesa Police Department) Andre Miguel (Source: Mesa Police Department)
Addison Escalante (Source: Mesa Police Department) Addison Escalante (Source: Mesa Police Department)
Francisco Gonzales (Source: Mesa Police Department) Francisco Gonzales (Source: Mesa Police Department)
MESA, AZ (CBS5) -

Four people were arrested Sunday afternoon in connection with a vehicle break-in during broad daylight, police said.

Three adults and a 16-year-old boy were apprehended in three different locations following the burglary at 1325 W. Guadalupe.

A witness observed the suspects break into the parked vehicle and then flee the area, officers said. Officers noted the steering column of the vehicle had been cracked during the break in.

Andre Miguel, 23, was booked into jail on charges of vehicle burglary, attempted theft of means of transportation, false information and a felony warrant for drug violation.

Addison Escalante, 26, and Francisco Gonzales, 27, were booked on charges of vehicle burglary and attempted theft of means of transportation.

The 16-year-old boy was charged with vehicle burglary and attempted theft of means of transportation.

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