Four Arrested in Connection With Canyon Lake Home Invasion

Four suspects have been arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery May 7 in Canyon Lake. ...

Four suspects have been arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery May 7 in Canyon Lake.

In their updated report, Canyon Lake Police state that two men and two women forced their way inside a residence in the 30000 block of Channel Way Drive about 12:30 p.m. They tied the victim up using packing tape. One of the male suspects brandished a weapon at the victim.

The suspects ransacked the residence, took the victim’s property, including his 2012 white Kia Sol. The suspects fled in the victim’s vehicle and in a blue-colored compact vehicle. The victim was able to free himself and called the Canyon Lake Police. The Perris Station’s Burglary Suppression Team responded and took over the investigation.

On May 10 about 1:30 p.m., the victim’s stolen vehicle was located near Lakewood by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. After a short vehicle pursuit, one suspect was taken into custody. The vehicle and suspect, Allen Hackley, 47, of Riverside County (left) was transported to the Perris Police Station. He was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center for home Invasion robbery and possession of a stolen vehicle.

This morning about 2:07 a.m., investigative leads prompted Perris Station investigators to seek a search warrant for a residence in the 35000 block of Momat Avenue in Wildomar, where they believed additional suspects and evidence would be located. Three additional suspects in this case were taken into custody along with a suspect vehicle and items belonging to the victim.

The suspects were identified as Valerie Cook, 34, of Wildomar; Jeffrey Fleming, 44, of Santa Ana; and Kimberly Holguin, 40, of Bellflower.


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