Police arrest two burglary suspects at CMC
Claremont police officers arrested two people on suspicion of attempted burglary early Saturday, November 14, after breaking into a construction property on the Claremont McKenna College campus.
Geovanny Espinoza, 36, of Claremont, and Susan Satterfield, 55, of Montclair, were apprehended at approximately 5:32 a.m., according to Sgt. Eric Huizar. Officers responded to assist campus safety after the suspects tripped an alarm on the property, located on the 600 block of North Mills Avenue.
Mr. Espinoza was found hiding in a nearby dirt ditch and Ms. Satterfield was picked up while hiding under a tree on the south side on the building.
Mr. Espinoza was in possession of numerous burglary tools and a canvas bag at the time of his arrest. Both suspects have extensive criminal histories, according to Sgt. Huizar.
Mr. Espinoza and Ms. Satterfield are both being held at Claremont Police Department jail in lieu of $20,000 bail.
They will be arraigned Tuesday, November 17 on charges of attempted burglary on Tuesday morning at Pomona Superior Court.
Anyone with additional information is urged to call CPD at (909) 399-5411.