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Elk Grove police arrest three in early morning church burglary

Early Friday morning Elk Grove Police officers arrested three suspects responsible for a burglary at an Elk Grove church.

Officers responded to a burglary alarm at a church in the 10200 block of East Stockton Blvd just as a pickup was leaving. Officers stopped the vehicle and detained three people. All were on probation. A search of the vehicle turned up items stolen from the church, a chain saw, gas can and gas edger.

Brian Marshall, Rueben Kottke, and Destiny Garza were arrested on charges of violating probation, theft and other charges.

Marshall was arrested nearly a year ago by a retired officer who observed him stealing a package from a home. Kottke has a long list of arrests from the Elk Grove Police Department over the past few years.

Charges against Marshall

PC 459  Felony   
BURGLARY
PC 496(A)  Felony   
BUYS OR RECEIVES STOLEN PROPERTY
PC 182(1)  Felony   
CONSPIRACY WITH ANOTHER TO COMMIT CRIME
PC 1203.2(A)  Misdemeanor   
VIOLATION OF PROBATION
PC 466  Misdemeanor   
POSSESSION OF BURGLAR’S TOOLS
VC 14601.1  Misdemeanor   
DRIVING W/SUSPENDED OR REVOKED LICENSE
Bail: $40,000.00
Total Bail $40,000.00

 

Charges against Kottke

PC 459  Felony   
BURGLARY
PC 1203.2(A)  Felony   
VIOLATION OF PROBATION
PC 182  Felony   
CONSPIRACY
PC 496(A)  Felony   
BUYS OR RECEIVES STOLEN PROPERTY
PC 466  Misdemeanor   
POSSESSION OF BURGLAR’S TOOLS
Bail: $40,000.00
Total Bail $40,000.00

 

Charges against Garza

PC 4573.5  Felony   
BRINGING UNAUTHORIZED DRUGS INTO PRISON
PC 4573.6  Felony   
POSSESSION OF UNAUTHORIZED DRUGS IN PRISON
PC 1203.2(A)  Felony   
VIOLATION OF PROBATION
PC 459  Felony   
BURGLARY
PC 182(1)  Felony   
CONSPIRACY WITH ANOTHER TO COMMIT CRIME
PC 496(A)  Felony   
BUYS OR RECEIVES STOLEN PROPERTY
PC 466  Misdemeanor   
POSSESSION OF BURGLAR’S TOOLS
Bail: $60,000.00
Total Bail $60,000.00
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