SUNNYVALE — A pair of burglary suspects captured on home surveillance as they ransacked a home last week were arrested early Tuesday in Turlock, according to the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety.
Carrisa Barreto, 36, and Fernando Ricardo Angeles, 34, both of Sunnyvale, were taken into custody after being spotted in the Central Valley town by a California Highway Patrol officer, Sunnyvale Capt. Jeff Hunter said.
The two were in a parked car when the CHP officer ran the vehicle’s license plate and learned they were wanted in a Friday burglary at a home on East Duane Avenue. Barreto and Angeles were arrested and booked into Stanislaus County jail. They both had arrest warrants issued for violating their probation, and Angeles was additionally booked on suspicion of having methamphetamine and an accompanying pipe.
They were named as suspects in the Sunnyvale burglary thanks to the homeowner’s security cameras, which recorded them rifling through the home, where they took electronics, Hunter said. The high-definition images allowed investigators to identify Barreto and Angeles through their active warrants.