3 burglary suspects jailed in Azusa

AZUSA — Police jailed three local men Wednesday on suspicion of breaking into a business, officials said.
Gregory Darlin, 22, Denver Bryant, 18, and James Darlin, 28, were booked on suspicion of commercial burglary, Azusa police Sgt. Andy Sutcliffe said in a written statement.
Police responded to a burglar alarm about 6:45 p.m. at B & Z Truck Bodies, Inc., 501 W. Foothill Blvd., the sergeant said.
Gregory Darlin and Bryant were seen cutting a hole in the chain link fence surrounding the business from the inside, and fled when they saw police, Sutcliffe said.
After an hour-long search with the help of a police helicopter, all three suspects were spotted walking together in the area and detained.
Officials determined Gregory Darlin and Bryant had broken into a building and were presumably cutting a hole in the fence to remove stolen goods Sutcliffe said. James Darlin is believed to have acted as a lookout.
Gregory Darlin and Bryant were being held in lieu of $20,000 bail, according to court records. James Darlin, a parolee, is being held without bail.
All three are due for arraignment in West Covina Superior Court Friday.

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