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Police responding to burglar alarm catch suspects leaving home


1300123_fff2-1608038-5743755Reno Police officers interrupted a burglary in the 600 block of Sienna Park Court at about 12:45 p.m. yesterday after being dispatched to an active residential alarm.

Officers confronted the suspects as they were exiting the house, and the suspects fled into the residence and out a back door. One was apprehended on scene. The other was apprehended a few hours later in Sparks after a witness provided information of a suspicious subject seen leaving the area of the burglary. The suspects, who were arrested on multiple charges including possession of a firearm, are Adam Ayala, 23, and Angelo Nobles, 21.

Property from the Sienna Park Court residence as well as evidence linking these suspects to another recent residential burglary was recovered from the scene. Last night Reno Police, with the assistance of Sparks Police SWAT team, executed a search warrant at a home in the 1600 block of G Street in Sparks to search for additional evidence related to these cases.

The investigation is ongoing. The Reno Police Department is asking for anyone with information about this crime or the suspect(s) to contact the Reno Police Department at 334-2115 or Secret Witness at 322-4900 or www.secretwitness.com, or text the tip to 847411 (TIP 411), keyword – SW.

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