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Police link four suspects to September Hanlees burglary

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From page A2 | December 13, 2012 |

Davis police announced Wednesday the arrests of three more suspects in connection with a September burglary at a South Davis auto dealership.

Zachary England, 37; Erik Kramer, 39; and Bertell Wheeler, 30; all of Sacramento, were taken into custody Wednesday following the serving of search warrants at various Sacramento-area locations, Lt. Glenn Glasgow said.

A fourth suspect, 35-year-old Jason Breen of Elk Grove, was arrested on Nov. 21, The Enterprise previously reported.

All are suspected of taking part in the Sept. 11 break-in at Hanlees Nissan on Chiles Road, where burglars took $145,000 worth of property, including a Nissan Armada sport-utility vehicle that was recovered several days later in south Sacramento.

According to Glasgow, officers discovered evidence from the Hanlees burglary and additional stolen property at Wheeler’s home, while the search of Kramer’s residence yielded property from another unrelated break-in. England, meanwhile, faces a weapons charge in addition to the burglary counts.

Wednesday’s arrests conclude the three-month investigation into the Hanlees incident, Glasgow said.

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