CORNING, Calif. - A burglar alarmed went off at the Woodson Bridge Market early Saturday morning, marking the third time the convenience store and deli were burglarized within one week's time.
This time Tehama County Sheriff's deputies and Corning Police officers responded in time to catch the culprits "red-handed," they say. It was Saturday, Sept. 22, at approximately 3 a.m.
According to Detective Rob Bakken of the Sherrif's Office, when they arrived at the scene they discovered the front window to the market was smashed, leaving a hole that was large enough to enter the building.
Three suspects were located hiding behind the store, said Bakken, who claims they were found in possession of bags of loot from the inside of the store, including cigarettes, pocket knives and beverages.
One 16-year-old juvenile was arrested for burglary and vandalism, along with two 19-year-olds. They are Tyler Jacob McCaslin and Kyri Roan Hanna.
All three were arrested for their alleged involvement in the current burglary and vandalism and will be questioned about their possible involvement in the other two recent burglaries at the store.