Off-duty deputy helps Glendora police arrest suspects

GLENDORA — Three burglary suspects were arrested Friday when an off-duty deputy spotted them leaving a neighborhood and followed their car.
Glendora Police think the jewelry and electronics found in the rental car used by the suspects were stolen, according to Lt. James Demond. He said they don’t know yet where the items were taken.
The incident, which included a short pursuit, started at 1:47 p.m. in the 100 block of North Oak Tree Drive. Demond said there was an attempted burglary at a residence.
A deputy saw a man jump over a wall of a property and get into a car with two other people, according to the lieutenant.
The deputy followed the car and called Glendora police.
Officers tried to stop the car but the driver refused to yield.
The chase ended when the car drove to a dead end and was blocked by police cars on Stonehedge Drive, Demond said.
One man got out of the car and ran. He was caught by officers. Two other people in the car were detained.
Guy Blaylock, 30, was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, evading police, possession of stolen property, obstruction of an officer.
His brother, 24-year-old Deveon Blaylock, was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, evading and possession of stolen property.
Leldon Caldwell Jr, 24, was arrested on suspicion of attempted burglary, evading, possession of stolen property and parole violation.
The Pasadena men were being held at Glendora Jail. Demond said the Blaylocks were being held in lieu of $1 million bail while Caldwell, who is on parole, was being held without bail.
Booking records show a Tuesday arraignment at West Covina Superior Court for Caldwell and Deveon Blaylock.

– Ruby Gonzales

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