Multiple arrests in 4 separate area burglaries

CNJ Staff

Clovis police on Thursday reported arrests in four burglaries arrests since Sunday.
Three people were arrested in two separate burglaries Sunday, according to a press release from Clovis police. Three more were arrested in separate burglaries on Wednesday, police said.
On Sunday:
• Quinn Ransom, 47, of Clovis, was arrested about 1 a.m. and accused of breaking into a vehicle at No Hassle Auto on West Seventh Avenue. Police said Ransom faces multiple felony charges of auto burglary, larceny, criminal damage, attempted auto burglary and possessing burglary tools.
He is in the Curry County jail.
• Two juveniles were arrested about 4:30 a.m. in the 1700 Block of Imperial Court, accused of breaking into three autos and stealing two bicycles.
Police said two of the auto burglaries were on Imperial Court and the other was on Windsor Way. The two also admitted stealing the two bikes they were riding from the 3200 block of Gidding, police said.
Both were taken to Curry County’s juvenile detention center.
On Wednesday:
• Lonnie Clark, 23, and Lorenzo Medina, 36, both of Clovis, were arrested about 4 a.m. in the 900 block of Calhoun by police responding to a burglary in progress call.
Police said they were each charged with multiple felony counts of commercial burglary, larceny and criminal damage.
Both were taken to Curry County jail.
• Fabian Martinez, 19, of Clovis, was arrested about 9 p.m. near Clovis Cycle and RV on East First Street, after a short foot chase by officers responding to a burglar alarm. Police said when they arrived, Martinez was scaling a chain link fence at the store and took off running.
He is charged with multiple felony counts of commercial burglary, possession of burglary tools, possession of methamphetamine, criminal damage and resisting, evading or obstructing a police officer.
Martinez was taken to Curry County jail.