Deputies catch burglars in action in Paso Robles
March 27, 2013
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Deputies located and arrested two north county residents burglarizing a Paso Robles tractor dealership early Tuesday morning.
The sheriff’s office received a call around 2:30 a.m. about two men using bolt cutters on the chain link fence at C & N Tractors in the 2600 block of Ramada Drive.
Deputies arrived at the tractor dealership and used a K9 to locate the first suspect, Paso Robles resident Leonard Felipe Trujillo, who was armed with a knife. Trujillo, 38, resisted arrest, so the K9 bit him.
Detectives then detained the second suspect, Atascadero resident Henry Theodore Lee Long, who was seen walking in the area. Long, 30, was in possession of burglary tools.
Officers booked both Trujillo and Long in San Luis Obispo County Jail. They took Trujillo to the hospital for treatment of the bite prior to booking him on a burglary charge. Long received charges of possessing burglary tools and being under the influence of a controlled substance.