Two adults and two teens were arrested last week in connection with a residential burglary in Ventura. Police were called to a home by a Ventura County District Court employee who noticed the group’s suspicious behavior.
Burglary suspects fled the scene
According to the witness, two individuals served as lookouts at the front of the targeted home, while two others went into the backyard. The suspects gained entry to the home. Two of the suspects fled when police arrived, and were caught a short time later on the 126 Freeway. The other two suspects fled on foot but were also arrested. The two adults, 18-year-old Miguel Ochoa and 19-year-old Gordon Nico, were booked into the Ventura County Jail on suspicion of burglary. The two juveniles, a 15-year old and a 17-year old, were booked into the juvenile detention facilities on burglary charges.
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His first priority will be to get the burglary charges against you reduced or dropped. He will also force the prosecutor to make his case against you. Mr. Helfend has established a reputation in Ventura County and throughout Southern California courts as a fighter for his clients’ rights. His experience will help him determine the best defense strategy for your case. No reputable attorney can promise you a specific outcome in criminal matters, but Mr. Helfend will always work toward the best outcome for your particular case.
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