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3 Burglary Suspects Arrested in Novato

Authorities say the suspects broke into the home by smashing out a rear window.

Authorities on Saturday arrested three men in Novato on suspicion of burglarizing a home in unincorporated San Rafael, the Marin Independent Journal reports.

The alleged incident occurred in Santa Venetia at about 10:30 a.m., the Marin County Sheriff's Office told the IJ.

The suspects were arrested in Novato about an hour later.

The suspects were identified in the report as Julius Mack, 26, of San Francisco, Derrell Compton, 23, of Fairfield, and 22-year-old Tyree Wallace of Marin City.

Mack was arrested on suspicion of burglary, and the other two suspects on suspicion of burglary and conspiracy, according to the report.

All three suspects were booked into Marin County Jail.

Marin County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a burglary in progress at about 10:30 a.m. The suspects, who authorities say smashed through a rear window to get into the home, were spotted by a resident who saw three men and a woman running away from the home to a dark gray Range Rover with dealer plates, the report said.

Police officers in Novato pulled over the vehicle at about 11:30 a.m.

The female suspect has not yet been identified.

Roger December 29, 2013 at 02:20 PM
Good police work here.
Trailbikerbilly December 30, 2013 at 02:19 AM
Headed back to Wyndover with their loot I'm guessing. Nice ride too. Good to see our tax dollars at work. I'm just guessing from the names these guys didn't steal a tanning booth.
Sam December 30, 2013 at 07:41 AM
Did you read the story before your dumb comments ? The suspects were identified in the report as Julius Mack, 26, of San Francisco, Derrell Compton, 23, of Fairfield, and 22-year-old Tyree Wallace of Marin City.
M. Manzano December 30, 2013 at 09:30 AM
Quick cooperation between departments. Good job SR and Novato PD!
Jerome J Ghigliotti Jr December 30, 2013 at 10:04 AM
If we had more AH in Novato they would not have to waste fossil fuels commuting to work. Oh, that's right, ABAG has mandated more AH. Maybe they can be sentenced to house arrest in Novato. Are they affiliated with the Marin City 200 gang (#200 block of AH)?
Jerome J Ghigliotti Jr December 30, 2013 at 10:10 AM
Wednesday, Dec. 11 Fireworks: 1700 block Marion Avenue. Subjects were setting off fireworks in the area. Don’t shake the baby: Atherton Avenue/Bugeia Lane. The reporting party saw a driver pull over to the side of the road, take a toddler out of the vehicle, scream and shake the child. Bitter ex: 200 block Marin Valley Drive. The reporting party believed that her ex-husband stole her Toyota Camry. Registered gun: 7400 block Redwood Boulevard. The reporting party stated that he found a gun in a returned rental car. The gun was legally owned and returned to its owner. Suspiciously strange: Trinity Drive. A male subject wearing a hooded sweatshirt was sitting at the picnic table and acting strange. Unwanted subject: 900 block Diablo Avenue. On Sunday, an unsatisfied customer wanted his money back and threatened to shoot up the bus. No report was made that day, but he came back and was banging on the door. The subject was told that he was unwelcome at the business. Car creep: 1000 block Grant Avenue. A subject was looking into car windows. He was asked to move along. Sex offense: Alameda Del Prado. A subject was arrested and booked into Marin County Jail. Contract killer: Harrison Court. The reporting party received threatening messages from her sister, saying that she was going to hire a contract killer to murder the reporting party. Suspicious subject: 7300 block Redwood Boulevard. The reporting party stated that a subject was looking into vehicles in the parking lot. The subject was asked to move along.
Jerome J Ghigliotti Jr December 30, 2013 at 10:11 AM
Thursday, Dec. 12 On guard: Alameda Del Prado/Ignacio Boulevard. A male subject was standing in the apartment complex, holding a rifle. Food burglar: 5700 block Nave Drive. A subject was detained for shoplifting but had identification and was cooperative. He was arrested and booked into Marin County Jail for entering Safeway with the intent to steal food. Bad Santa: 900 block 7th Street. A subject tried to offer the reporting party and his two-year-old daughter cookies, then followed the reporting party in a tan Jeep. The driver was also wearing a Santa hat. Scam: Arnold Drive. An unknown male subject kept calling the reporting party’s wife’s cellphone, saying he was the IRS and that the reporting party owes him money. The couple has no IRS debt. Suspicious circumstance: Fairway Drive. The reporting party stated that he thought his business partner embezzled two vehicles from the business. Gallons of pot: Pamaron Way. The Novato Fire Protection District found a one-gallon bag of marijuana. Sex offense: Reichert Avenue. A subject was arrested and booked into Marin County Jail. Vehicle vandalism: 700 block Cherry Street. A known subject broke the reporting party’s windows. Health and safety violation: 7600 block Redwood Boulevard. A subject was arrested and booked into Marin County Jail.
Bob December 30, 2013 at 10:22 AM
It use to be that if someone living in subsidized housing was convicted of a crime, they no longer qualified for subsidized housing. Does anyone know if this is still true and if not, why not. It seems like we are paying to house people so they can commit crime on us. According to a recent report by the Marin County Civil Grand Jury, a gang known as the "200 Block Young Hawgz" has grown to about 35 members in Marin City. The 200 block of Drake Avenue is a section of the public housing complex frequently plagued by crime. A newer gang, the "North Rag Mafia," has also surfaced in Marin City, the grand jury reported, citing law enforcement sources. The gang consists of blacks and Nortenos, a Hispanic gang.
Linda December 30, 2013 at 10:39 AM
Some of you posters must be living under a Rock. The police department puts out all high crime events on a special channel to each working officer. The Lady who saw them running here is the one who you should be thanking as not for her you could have stayed under your rock as it would not have been told to you
novato 3per December 30, 2013 at 12:51 PM
Troll biker, I see you're back and trying to bait people with your alter ego - trying to get these good townsfolk all riled up, I get it - you project your comments as a stereotype of people you view as the opposition, but now that you've been exposed, won't you give us your demographic so we can be soo amazed at how insincere you are, while all these other concerned folks, even those I don't always agree with, are trying to have an honest discourse?. Or, are you just bi-polar?
Trailbikerbilly December 30, 2013 at 11:39 PM
Bob- That's true, but if mom is the one on record for housing, and her only crime is using her bastard cannon to populate the planet with felons, she gets to stay, and the little punks just couch surf between prison time.. Nov3per- I'm not sure what you're talking about.
Hopkin December 31, 2013 at 03:31 AM
Earlier this year someone posted how AH is part of a vicious circle because if the kids actually go out and get a job, then the family is making too much to stay qualified for the housing. I'll see if I can track it down.
Hopkin December 31, 2013 at 03:34 AM
http://novato.patch.com/groups/opinion/p/section-8-program
Bob December 31, 2013 at 09:43 AM
'Earlier this year someone posted how AH is part of a vicious circle because if the kids actually go out and get a job, then the family is making too much to stay qualified for the housing.'......I thought the idea of entitlements was to give people a leg up so they can survive on their own. It wasn't meant to be a lifestyle. Hopkin, as in the article you included above, the parent is suppose to prepare the offspring to be self sufficient at 18 and not develop another generation that cannot take care of their of themselves without more entitlements. We scream about folks with government jobs with pensions who work for it (and pay taxes) while this is like getting a pension without having to even work for it.
Hopkin December 31, 2013 at 12:04 PM
And as I commented on that article, the whole system really needs to be reworked. ;)
Jerome J Ghigliotti Jr January 04, 2014 at 12:51 PM
Welfare WAS supposed to get people off of the public dole, but "entitlements" are now more lucrative than actually working for a living, and they have no term limits. NO ONE is ever evicted from welfare housing even though the rules still require so if any member of the household is convicted of a felony because it is not politically correct to evict criminal leeches....and they might not "vote the right way" next election. ("Vote the right way" is a quote from then Mayor Jeanne MacLeamy of Novato, on another topic. The "right way" is their social engineering point of view---and they keep getting re-elected.)
Craig Belfor January 04, 2014 at 02:19 PM
You should know Jerome. She had you arrested for "not thinking the right way"
Hopkin January 04, 2014 at 02:37 PM
Craig, I guess I should consider myself lucky that my wife only confines me to the basement when I don't think the "right way", rather than get me arrested!
novato 3per January 04, 2014 at 03:08 PM
http://www.radixjournal.com/journal/becoming-the-new-barbarians
novato 3per January 04, 2014 at 03:20 PM
Jerome don't you have a civil rights lawsuit pending against the City ?
Hopkin January 05, 2014 at 04:25 PM
http://www.redstate.com/bbowen7/2013/06/20/californias-abag-ghettos/

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