A Los Angeles man was the third suspect arrested in connection with the burglary of a T-Mobile dealership in La Quinta, authorities said today.
Sheriff’s deputies rushed to the business early Thursday at 79-485 Highway 111, where they spotted a van leaving the location.
Deputies believe the alleged driver, 24-year-old Erick Ademir Carias, of Los Angeles, was waiting outside the T-Moble location as two other men forced their way inside through a business next door, Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Steve DaSilva said.
Carias and Corona resident Michael Anthony Mixon, 44, who investigators later found in Eastvale, were arrested for their alleged role in the burglary.
The third suspect remained at large until Friday when Felix Noe Gonzales Jr., 27, was arrested in Huntington Park and later booked in Riverside County for suspicion of commercial burglary and committing a felony while out on bail, DaSilva said.
The burglary in La Quinta is related to several other burglaries of T- Mobile locations in Southern California and Arizona, the sergeant said.