Thu. Jul 18th, 2024

Juan Andres Anguianoceja, 26, of Santa Ana, was arrested for grand theft last night after he stole a bicycle that turned out to be the property of the Irvine Police Department.

A few hours later another brainiac stole a bike at Woodbridge High School that also turned out to belong to the Irvine Police Department. Gerardo Ruben Avila, 33, of Tustin, was arrested and probably got to bunk up with Anguianoceja at the O.C. Jail.

If you are going to steal bikes in Irvine you better make sure the bikes don’t belong to the Irvine Police Department! You can bet they have GPS tags on their bikes…



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One thought on “Suspects from Santa Ana and Tustin busted for stealing bikes from the Irvine Police Dept.”
  1. This resonates to me. I grew up in Turtle Rock and back in the 90’s, I had a bike stolen out of my garage. I did not even know until IPD brought it back to me after seeing a hispanic kid from….Santa Ana riding my $900 bike and obviously did not belong. I know that people from Santa Ana won’t understand this but Irvine is a town that prioritizes education and as a result, we have high income earners who live a civilized life with virtually no crime.

    I have since left the country and live abroad. In my day, Irvine Police was quick to stop any cholo looking or ghetto looking people from entering the city. And again, as a result, we had no crime.

    When I read the news about Irvine, I am seeing latinos and african americans, traveling to out city to commit crimes. I see “affordable housing” or state paid housing with low income people committing animal abuse and clearly eing too clueless to understand. One recently, some hispanic kids did a shooting of one of our residents.

    Again, I know people from Santa Ana or Tustin won’t understand because they lack the mental capacity but it saddens me that IPD seems like its being inclusive at the cost of civility in our city.

    The only solution for Santa Ana or Tustin is to over gentrify their cities to push people who are grown ass adults to that Empire of Inland or other desert areas where they can be as ghetto as they want around other equally ghetto people who have nothing worth stealing.

    If you notice, Irvine has tons of ethnicities. The reason it is great is that they don’t get caught up in some narrative of ghetto culture. No Cholo morons or “gangstas” from East LA. We mainly have white, asian and persian citizens who act normal and have a priority of success, not “respect” through intimidation.

    Should I ever return to my home town, I ask that Santa Ana, Tustin and Costa Mesa do a better job driving out your ghetto people so they stop committing crimes in a city that only contributes to the good of our country. We have demographics and MATH for a reason.

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