Roseville police say they have busted a suspected Roseville commercial burglary ring.
Police say the investigation into the alleged ring began in mid-February when a Roseville patrol officer stopped a suspicious vehicle in the middle of the night. The officer arrested two people and recovered stolen property.
That began a month-long investigation, according to a police newsletter. Over the past two weeks, detectives served search warrants at two apartments and a storage unit, recovering stolen property from Roseville commercial burglaries and also stolen identification.
Six were arrested: James Eisner, 40, and Valiri Ryan, 27, both of Roseville on suspicion of identity theft, conspiracy, possession of stolen property and possession of methamphetamine; Brook Heston, 42, of Roseville on suspicion of possessing marijuana for sale, keeping a place to sell drugs and possessing stolen property; Robert Vance, 44, of Citrus Heights, on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and assaulting a police officer; and two other people on suspicion of soliciting Heston to buy drugs.
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Detectives are still working on the case to identify burglary victims .