Two Arrested for Riverside Christian Fellowship Middle School Burglary

Two Arrested for Riverside Christian Fellowship Middle School Burglary

RIVERSIDE, Calif. – Two were caught in the act burglarizing the Riverside Christian Fellowship Middle School on Wednesday night.

At around 10:09 p.m., several officers and the Air Support Unit – Air 1, responded to the school located in the 8200 block of California Avenue for the report of a burglary in progress. The reporting party, the alarm company reported that they had a visual from surveillance, of two male adults attempting to break into a building on campus through a window. The officers arrived and quickly detained the two suspects who gained entry into the recreation room and were attempting to take game systems.
The suspects were identified as Ricky Chisenhall, 33, of Riverside, and Charles Medina, 36, a Riverside-area transient, and were arrested and booked into jail for burglary.

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