The Irvine Police Department seized a collection of items that left no doubt as to what two suspects were up to in Irvine last weekend.
The suspects cut a hole in the fence of a vehicle storage lot on Saturday and took items from stored vehicles.
On Sunday, they returned through the previously cut fence opening, to commit even more criminal activity.
The property manager observed the men on video surveillance and called the Irvine Police Dispatch.
The responding police officers found both subjects on the property continuing their crime spree!
Their vehicle was parked at a business next door loaded full of curiosities such as a “Jaws of Life” tool, shaved keys, a catalytic converter belonging to an RV, and some of the tools pictured in this post.
A male suspect, age 45, of Stanton, and Paul Jalbert, 45, of Ontario, were arrested for a garden variety of charges, including burglary, conspiracy, and narcotics possession.
The suspects got an express ride to the Orange County Jail.