Santa Ana Police Department
Advisory: SAPD ROBBERY DETECTIVES ARREST TWO FOR HOME INVASION ROBBERY
DETECTIVES BELIEVE ARRESTEES MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OTHER REPORTED AND UNREPORTED ROBBERIES
1. Alfonso Cisneros (35) Santa Ana
2. Javier Cabezas (46) Santa Ana
On Tuesday 12/16/14, at 9:20 a.m., three victims were sleeping in the rear garage of an apartment unit in the 600 block of South Sycamore Street. They woke up to find two suspects with handguns in the room. All three victims were restrained with zip ties; one of the victims was also pistol whipped across the head and face resulting in a three-inch laceration to his head and facial swelling. The victims were robbed of cell phones, a small amount of money and a gold chain. Robbery detectives responded to assist with the investigation.
On the afternoon of 12/16/14 robbery detectives obtained information that identified Suspect Alfonso Cisneros as one of the suspects. He was located in the city of Santa Ana and after a short foot pursuit he was taken into custody without incident. On 12/17/14, suspect Javier Cabezas was identified and taken into custody without incident following a vehicle stop. Both suspects were booked into SAPD Jail for home invasion robbery.
Detectives believe that both Suspects Cisneros and Cabezas may be responsible for numerous other robberies both reported and unreported in the south central portion of Santa Ana. Detectives are requesting any victims who believe they may have been the victim of a robbery involving either of these suspects to contact SAPD Robbery Detective Dan Aguilar at 714-245-8443.
8 thoughts on “Two men arrested for a home invasion robbery in Councilwoman Martinez’ Ward 2”
“Something really really bad happened in (fill in the blank)’s ward.” Do you realize what a fool you look like sayin’ crap like that?
These politicians will all be running for something else eventually. I want to ensure their record follows them.
No one will pay attention to your silly accusations – they make you appear petty and unprofessional.
You are clearly projecting your own sentiments. We have a ward Counxil system and I will continue my readers of that. What we really need is a ward specific Council. These Council Members barely do anything in their own wards. And none of them will admit that crime has greatly increased since these people took control of the Council.
I thought that the mayor cut crime in our city – so that’s not true ….?
Math must not be your strong suit. The Mayor has one vote. If you want to blame someone start with the Council.
The mayor is as much responsible as every other council member – more so since he is responsible for the entire city.
You seem to be having memory problems as well. It was the Council that fired Paul Walters and replaced him with an inexperienced police chief and a greedy overpaid city manager.