Three Fairfield teenagers were arrested after an alert resident saw two teen boys jumping over a neighbor's fence.
At about 4:36 p.m.,Thursday, the resident, living on Bellamy Court, called 911 to alert law enforcement .
“The resident did not recognize the males as belonging to the residence and called the police to report the suspicious activity,” stated Fairfield Police Officer Rebecca Belk. “The caller also reported a female appeared to be acting as a “look-out” in front of the neighbors’ house.”
Fairfield Police officers arrived on scene and contacted a 15-year-old girl in front of the house. The girl was uncooperative with police.
“At that time, Fairfield police officers attempted to contact two males in the backyard of the victim house,' Belk stated. “The suspects began to jump fences into surrounding yards. The two suspects were both subsequently captured and taken into custody after it was determined the house had been burglarized. The property from the burglary was recovered on one of the teens.”
The15-year-old girl was arrested and booked on charges of conspiracy. Also arrested was a 14-year-old boy who was booked on charges of burglary, conspiracy, and possession of stolen property, and a 16- year-old boy who was booked on charges of burglary, conspiracy, and resisting arrest. All three teens were booked at Solano County Juvenile Hall.