Muscoy, CA: Authorities discover stolen property with some linked to thefts at University of California Los Angeles.

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Muscoy, CA: Authorities discover stolen property with some linked to thefts at University of California Los Angeles.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, at approximately 1:32am PT on Tuesday, July 21st, 2015 deputies responded to 3036 N. State Street in Muscoy, California in reference to a shooting investigation.

Upon arrival deputies made contact with a subject who was shot in the stomach.

Through investigation, it was learned the subject had accidentally shot himself.

While checking the residence for additional victims and evidence, identifiable stolen property was located.

A search warrant was authored and served at the residence.

The stolen property was linked to thefts at the University of California Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California and other burglaries.

Approximately $12,000 worth of stolen power tools, heavy equipment and military issued equipment were recovered.

31 year old Mando Mora of Muscoy, California and 26 year old Jessica Sambrano of Muscoy, California were both arrested and booked at Central Detention Center.

50 year old Armando Mora of Muscoy, California remained hospitalized and charges of possession of stolen property are pending.

Anyone with any additional information in reference to this investigation can contact Deputy P. Leon, Detective G. Leininiger or Deputy T. Phillips at the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Central Station Detective Bureau at: 1 (909) 387-3545.

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