. A property owner who received a security alert returned the home of find a man who had actually just burglarized the east valley house and was being in the driveway in a car loaded with personal belongings taken in the burglary, according to City Police.
The victim had the ability to take a photo of the suspect, who investigators later on determined as Norberto Espinoza, 43, police stated Friday.
Espinoza must be thought about armed and dangerous and a warrant for his arrest was issued Friday, according to cops and court records.
Officers were dispatched to the home at 12:05 p.m. Nov. 10 in a house near Desert Inn Roadway and Cabana Drive, east of Nellis Boulevard, cops stated.
Prior to he left the taken automobile behind and left on foot, Espinoza got in a battle with the victim, who had snapped an image, authorities said. Private investigators determined that the cars and truck was taken at gunpoint about two miles away on Oct. 31.
The victim, who was reacting to an alarm, blocked Espinoza’s vehicle, which was parked on the driveway, authorities stated.
Espinoza is dealing with one count each of break-in and possession of a stolen car, court records show.
Anyone with additional info is asked to call cops at 702-828-8242. To stay anonymous, contact Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or crimestoppersofnv.com.