San Bernardino

Two arrested after breaking into San Bernardino home, found sleeping inside

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Two people were arrested after they were found sleeping inside a residence they broke into in San Bernardino. 

Deputies with the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department arrived at a home on the 600 block of W. 41st Street after reports of a residential burglary. 

The victim told the deputies that he had observed two people breaking into his home through his surveillance camera and provided them with a description. 

He gave deputies a key to the home and when they entered, they found Andre Eugene Maloy and Natasha Ann Segura sleeping in the residence.

Deputies said Maloy threw a rock through the front window of the home, causing over $400 in damage. they also disconnected and vandalized the surveillance cameras.

According to the victim, the damages caused to the window and surveillance cameras was approximately $1,000.

The pair were arrested for three felony charges, conspiracy to commit a crime, vandalism and burglary.


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