Santa Paula Suspects arrested for Burglary of Domino’s Pizza in Fillmore

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release

Three Santa Paula residents were taken into custody for their role in a commercial burglary that occurred at the Domino’s Pizza restaurant in December 2019.

On 12/16/19, the Domino’s Pizza Restaurant in Fillmore was burglarized. When employees responded to the store to open it for business that day, they noticed the safe was open and cash was missing. An undisclosed amount of US Currency was removed. There  were no signs of forced entry.      It appeared someone with knowledge of the inner workings of the business was responsible for the burglary.

The investigation led to the recovery of vital surveillance footage. Through  video images, detectives were able to identify the getaway vehicle and its owner. In addition, investigators obtained information which revealed an employee of the restaurant,  Angelina  Perez was involved in the crime. Investigators were able to collect intelligence that led to the identification of Gerardo Uribe and a male juvenile.

On 02/18/20, Perez and the juvenile were located in a vehicle in the city of Santa Paula. They were immediately taken into custody. Later the same day, investigators located Uribe in his vehicle in the city of Fillmore. With the assistance of patrol personnel, Uribe was apprehended

as well. Perez and Uribe were booked in the Pre Trail Detention Facility for PC 459 -Burglary and PC 182 (a)(1)- Conspiracy. The male juvenile was booked at the Juvenile Justice Center for probation warrant as well as PC 459-Burglary and PC 182 (a)(1)- Conspiracy.

Perez and Uribe remain in custody with bail set at $50,000.00.














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