September 25, 2022
Four Suspects Arrested in Connection to an Overnight Beverly Hills Residential Burglary Attempt
Beverly Hills, Calif. – Four suspects were arrested for an attempted residential burglary Saturday night in the 600 block of North Roxbury Drive.
Last night, at approximately 8:31 p.m., Beverly Hills Police Officers responded to a call of an attempted residential burglary in the 600 block of N. Roxbury Drive. Police units arrived within minutes, and one suspect was taken into custody immediately. The remaining three suspects fled the scene on foot.
Arriving units set up a containment with the assistance of Beverly Hills Police K9 Units, Beverly Hills Police S.W.A.T., the Santa Monica Police Department, Culver City Police Department, U.C.L.A. Police Department, Los Angeles Police Department Air Support Division, and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Aero Bureau. The three outstanding suspects were taken into custody after an approximate seven-hour search. The suspects were located hiding in rear yards close to the home they originally attempted to burglarize.
Additionally, the vehicle believed to have been used by the suspects was impounded and is being checked for evidence by BHPD Detectives.
Arrested and charged with residential burglary were:
- Delontre Blaylock, 25 year old male transient
- Dontey Watkins, 24 year old male from Rialto, CA
- Damani Franklin, 19 year old male from Moreno Valley, CA
- Russel Foreman, 22 year old male from Rialto, CA.
“Because of the vigilance of officers and the cooperation from our residents, four dangerous repeat offenders were taken off the streets of Beverly Hills,” said Police Chief Mark Stainbrook. “Let this be a reminder to anyone thinking of committing a crime in Beverly Hills – we will catch you.”