From the Associated Press:
LOS ANGELES — A Monrovia man arrested at Disneyland has been charged with a five-day crime spree across three Southern California counties that includes carjackings, home-invasion robberies and attempted murder.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s detectives alerted Anaheim police of 27-year-old Anthony Hislar’s whereabouts last week and he was arrested.
Hislar’s alleged crime spree started Sept. 19 with a shooting in Rosemead and continued with carjackings in El Monte and Rosemead, home invasion robberies in Arcadia and Azusa and robberies in Huntington Beach and Santa Ana. He’s also listed in a Ventura County arrest warrant.
Hisler’s bail is set at $3.4 million.
Here’s the top of a story on a Monrovia man who terrorized the San Gabriel Valley for a few hours last week before spending his last moments of freedom at Disneyland.
An earlier version is here.
A Monrovia man’s wild ride through the San Gabriel Valley, which authorities suspect included carjackings, home invasions and an attempted murder, ended at “The Happiest Place on Earth,” authorities said Tuesday.
Anthony Hislar, 27, of Monrovia, was booked on suspicion of dozens of crimes including two carjackings and one attempted murder after spending the day at Disneyland with two acquaintances he met on MySpace, officials said.
“This man was just a one-man crime spree,” Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Det. Randy Rue-Las said. “Just out of control.”