*UPDATE* Burglary suspects apprehended in San Marcos

*UPDATE 8:06 1/28/16*

According to Hays County Sheriff's Office...

One of the suspects initially thought to be involved in the incident has been cleared.

As detectives completed their on-scene investigation and conducted interviews, it was found that the subject initially identified as a suspect in this incident was NOT involved in the burglary and will not be charged.

Jared Zavala was in the area but was NOT involved in the reported incident.

It was verified that Mr. Zavala has no association with the other two subjects.

It is believed that the home-owner actually observed only two subjects and misidentified that a third person was involved.

Witnesses on scene have confirmed the information.

The two involved individuals have been arrested.

 

One of the suspects initially thought to be involved in the incident has been cleared.As detectives completed their...

Posted by Hays County Sheriff's Office on Thursday, January 28, 2016

Original story below. 


Hays County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a Burglary in Progress at “The Regency Mobile Home Park” around 2 p.m. on Thursday. The residence is located in the 300 block of Woodrose in San Marcos. 

The homeowner contacted 911 after he received a motion activated alarm on his cell phone.

The homeowner was able to provide the 911 operator the physical description of three subjects that he observed on his cell phone via a surveillance camera.

Officials responded and was on scene within one minute of the 911 call. The officer observed three subjects attempting to load a large safe into a passenger car.

The three subjects fled on foot and were apprehended after a short foot pursuit.

San Marcos Police Department also responded to assist with the call. The suspects are Hays County residents from the Kyle and San Marcos area.

The suspects were identified as 24-year-old Jared Zavala, 20-year-old Joel Perez and 21-year-old Oscar Perez Jr.

They will be charged with Burglary of a Habitation, a second degree felony. 

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