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PINAL CO., Ariz. -- Pinal County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested two men and a woman in connection with the burglary of a vehicle.
On the morning of Friday, July 12, deputies responded to a report of a vehicle burglary outside a home in Gold Canyon.
The victim reported that someone had broken into his car that was parked in front of his residence
the previous evening. The victim says his laptop computer, wallet, credit cards and cash were all taken from the vehicle.
While investigating this case, it was discovered one of the stolen credit cards had been used at a local gas station and a Waffle House that morning. Video surveillance from the businesses led deputies to track down the trio of suspects at the “Superstition Inn Suites.”
Deputies and detectives located the room in which they believed the suspects were staying.
Once at the room, they spoke with 37 year old Apache Junction resident, Travis Cortez and 22 year old Saddlebrooke resident Jannelle Camino. Officers located a third suspect, 32 year old Apache Junction resident Michael Mylander, later in the day.
Detectives also found a reported stolen car in the hotel's parking lot.
All three suspects were booked into the Pinal County Adult Detention Center.
Michael Mylander was booked for an outstanding burglary warrant and is being held on a $25,000 bond. Travis Cortez was booked for unlawful means of transportation, burglary, theft, forgery and taking the identify of another person. Jannelle Camino was booked for unlawful means of transportation.