Marysville police nab youths after Mill Valley vehicle break-ins


Marysville Police apprehended three Marysville juveniles and are looking for a fourth in relation to a string to thefts from vehicles in Mill Valley Saturday night and Sunday morning.
According to Marysville Deputy Chief Tony Brooks, the trio was apprehended at about 3 a.m. Sunday as they were still robbing vehicles. Brooks said “several” vehicles were involved, but authorities are still investigating.
Brooks said the initial report came from Sattlebred Circle, and officers are investigating the general area north of Millwood Boulevard.
“That does not mean that they didn’t hit other locations, that’s just the list we have,” Brooks said.
In an email sent later by Brooks, he singled out Pepper Lane, Mill Valley the Marysville South Park, Woodside Drive, the area of Mill Valley Elementary, the area of Creekview Drive and Gallop Lane and Kentucky Circle.
Among items stolen are a handgun, which officers are still looking for, clothing and loose change.
All of the suspects, including the fourth police are looking for, have been identified. Charges are pending, according to Brooks.
Brooks said the lesson to take from the incident is that residents should not leave valuables in their vehicles, especially guns. He noted some of the vehicles affected in the weekend’s thefts were unlocked.
He said residents should lock their cars and park them in their garages. If that’s not possible, residents should lock their vehicles under street lamps to improve visibility.

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