BEVERLY HILLS—On Saturday, April 22, at 3:50 a.m., officers from the Beverly Hills Police Department were eye witnesses to an attempted commercial burglary. The crime was committed on the 300 block of South Robertson Boulevard at a local nail salon.

Officers from the BHPD saw a suspect smash the window of the nail salon. After the BHPD officers witnessed the crime, authorities attempted to stop the vehicle involved in the crime, but the vehicle did not stop for police. After failing to stop, the BHPD engaged in a high speed pursuit. The car chase continued along the 10 Freeway until the suspect entered South Los Angeles. At the 1000 block of Leighton, near South Vermont and Martin Luther King Boulevard, the chase came to an end, and the BHPD took 2 suspects into custody.

Sergeant Hyon, of the Beverly Hills Police Department spoke to Canyon News about the incident. Sergeant Hyon stated, “After officers safely took 2 individuals into custody, the third suspect fled on foot into a residence in the 1000 Block of Leighton.”

“Officers contained the residence and immediate areas and began to conduct a search for the third suspect,” Sgt. Hyon told Canyon News. He indicated that the search concluded and the third suspect was found and taken into police custody.

The names of the suspects have been released. The individuals taken into custody include: Alton Jones, 24, of Cerritos, Pedro Barragan, 29, of Los Angeles, and Jayvon Wright, 23, of Los Angeles. All three suspects were arrested for commercial burglary. The third suspect who feld the scene, was found in the residence that the BHPD had in containment.