Burglary Suspect(s) Identified and Property Returned


Reporting Deputy: Sergeant Jason Gore

File # MA232620019 


On September 19, 2023, about 3:00 pm, deputies from the Lake Mathews Sheriff’s Station responded to the 12000 block of Magnolia Avenue regarding a commercial burglary. Several thousands of dollars of property was stolen from the business during the burglary. The Lake Mathews Special Enforcement Team assumed the investigation.

During the investigation, deputies identified several suspects involved in the theft. Throughout the investigation, deputies located and recovered the stolen property, which was returned to the victim. On Thursday, November 9, 2023, deputies located and arrested one of the suspects, 51-year-old David Turley, a resident of Riverside. Turley was booked into the Robert Presley Detention Center on theft-related charges.

A second suspect was identified as 44-year-old Tommy Paez, also a resident of Riverside, who is currently in custody on unrelated charges. Additional theft-related charges will be filed with the Riverside District Attorney’s Office.

The two remaining suspects have been identified, and apprehension efforts are ongoing.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Deputy Reinsberg at 951-272-5600.

For media inquiries regarding this incident please contact the Media Information Bureau.

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