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Shoe Tracks Lead Deputies to Burglary Suspects

Shoe Tracks Lead Deputies to Burglary Suspects

YUCCA VALLEY – Shoe tracks led to the arrest of two Yucca Valley robbery suspects on Thursday afternoon. Just after 2:30 p.m. deputies were dispatched to the 54000 block of Martinez Trail in Yucca Valley reference an alarm activation at the location. When deputies arrived a short time later, they found that the back sliding glass door to the home was shattered.  

A security check of the home was completed and no suspects were on the property. Deputies continued to investigate and found two sets of shoe impressions. The shoe impressions were followed leaving the yard, south over the brick wall towards Highway 62. As deputies continued to follow the tracks, they noticed that they ended at Muller Turner Cabin Ship in the 5400 block of Twentynine Palms Highway.

Deputies made contact with Raydel Walker, a 20-year-old Fontana man, and Jesus Olivares, a 19-year-old San Bernardino man. Upon investigation, it was determined that the two men had the same shoe impressions that were traced from the crime scene to their location.

Both men were arrested for Burglary and are being held in lieu of $25,000. Olivares has a no-bail warrant for a probation violation. Both Suspects were booked at the Morongo Jail.

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