UPDATED: Three Arrested After Attempting to Elude Police

The men were seen suspiciously entering a yard and refused to stop for officers.

UPDATED, 10:37 p.m.: Police have released the booking information on the three men accused of attempting to burglarize a home and leading officers on a small pursuit in town.

Arrested were Leldon Caldwell, 24, Deveon Blaylock, 24, and Guy Blaylock, 30, all on suspicion of burglary and receiving known stolen property. Caldwell was additionally booked on two outstanding warrants and was held without bail.

Deveon was additionally booked on supicion of evading a police officer and reckless driving, while Guy was additionally booked on suspicion of obstructing an officer.

No entry was made to the residence, but officers found evidence that the suspects attempted to get in, said Lieutenant James DeMond of Glendora Police. Police also found property in the suspect vehicle that may have been stolen elsewhere.

"We do not have a victim yet," DeMond said.

PREVIOUSLY: Police are still determining the intentions of at least three men, and possibly a fourth, after they were seen entering a yard and refused to yield for police Friday.

The three men in a silver car led police around, winding through streets and finally stopping in the area of Stonehedge Drive and Elwood Avenue. At least one of the subjects tried to run from officers, but all three in the car were arrested just before 2 p.m., according to scanner reports.

Glendora Police were told four suspicious men were seen jumping a wall to a residence in the 100 block of Oaktree Drive near Foothill Blvd. around 1:45 p.m. The men left in the silver car. Within minutes, police located the vehicle, which refused to yield for police.

The men drove west along Route 66, eventually making a U-turn at Pasadena Avenue, continuing east on Route 66 and eventually stopping near the dead end at Stonehedge Drive. Only three men were spotted when officers intercepted the vehicle. Police are trying to locate a possible fourth, according to scanner reports.

One of the suspects was transported to an area hospital and complained of head, neck and back pains.

This story will continue to be updated as information becomes available.

carolyn December 15, 2012 at 08:14 PM
They were going to burglarize a house most likely...Not fun to come home and your safe is gone and your money and jewlery gone....Good job Glendora police ...
Pamela Vermons December 17, 2012 at 08:48 PM
This is why I use my alarm, people come to Glendora to shop our homes. They forget we have a great Police Department and neighbors!


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