Burglary at WWE champ's home leads to more arrests

Burglary at WWE champ's home leads to more arrests

Alexandra Olvera, 30, Edward Alexander Johnson, 20, and Gilberto Gil Gastelum, 21

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by The Associated Press

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Posted on August 7, 2014 at 11:46 AM

Updated Monday, Aug 11 at 11:54 AM

PHOENIX (AP) -- Authorities say an arrest made in a burglary at the home of former WWE champion Daniel Bryan has led to the capture of a group suspected of breaking into several Phoenix-area homes.

Phoenix police say 30-year-old Alexandra Olvera, 20-year-old Edward Alexander Johnson and 21-year-old Gilberto Gil Gastelum were arrested while burglarizing a home Wednesday.

The three were spotted by their vehicle, which police say was used in the July 24 burglary at Bryan's home.

Authorities believe Olvera was the get-away driver in that incident.

The three have been booked on charges including burglary and participating in a criminal syndicate. Police also recovered a handgun and a stun gun from the vehicle.

Investigators say they used information from a suspect subdued by Daniel Bryan, whose real name is Bryan Danielson.

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PHOENIX (AP) -- Police say an arrest made in a burglary at the home of former WWE champion Daniel Bryan has led to the capture of a group suspected of breaking into several Phoenix-area homes.

Sgt. Tommy Thompson says Alexandra Olvera, 30, Edward Alexander Johnson, 20, and Gilberto Gil Gastelum, 21, were arrested while burglarizing a home Wednesday.

Thompson says the three were spotted by their vehicle, which police say was used in the July 24 burglary at Bryan's home.

Authorities believe Olvera was the getaway driver in that incident.

The three have been booked on charges including burglary and participating in a criminal syndicate. Police also recovered a handgun and a Taser from the vehicle.

Investigators say they used information from a suspect subdued by Daniel Bryan, whose real name is Bryan Danielson.

Officers on Wednesday located the silver 2003 Mercedes Benz sedan they believe was used in the burglary of Danielson's home. During a surveillance operation, they observed Olvera, Johnson and Gastelum commit burglaries at two homes.

Officers arrested the trio without incident.

"Based upon the M.O. of these individuals, it is believed this group was responsible for a number of other burglaries in the Arcadia area, as well as other areas of Phoenix," Sgt. Tommy Thompson of the Phoenix Police Department said in a news release.
 

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