Police re-capture man who escaped from Glendora holding cell

GLENDORA – Police Wednesday caught up with the big-haired suspect who escaped through a small gap in the station’s booking cage earlier this month.

Arthur Guerrero was arrested around 10 a.m. at a home where he was believed to have been staying in the 2000 block of East Inola Street, Glendora police Lt. Brian Summers said. The arrest came on the suspect’s 24th birthday.

He was booked on suspicion of escape, obstructing police, burglary, vandalism and displaying false registration, the lieutenant said.

Guerrero escaped from a booking cage at the Glendora Police Department on Nov. 6 after being arrested for having fraudulent license plates on his vehicle and refusing to identify himself, Summers said.

From officers’ conversations with Guerrero, he appeared to espouse the “sovereign citizen” extremist movement, in which members do not recognize local, state or federal laws or governmental authority, officials said.

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