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Indio Man Arrested and Accused of Multiple Burglaries in South Palm Desert

Deputies found the suspect hiding inside a bedroom closet at a home in Indio, and they arrested him on a felony arrest warrant, numerous counts of burglary, and committing a felony while on bail.

A man was arrested Thursday and accused of multiple vehicle and residential burglaries at unspecified locations in south Palm Desert, a sheriff's sergeant said.

Kaagen Saenz, 18, of Indio, was identified as one of the suspects and deputies went to the 82400 block of Oleander Avenue in Indio about 7 a.m. Jan. 31, Sgt. Brad Farwell of the Palm Desert Station said.

Deputies found Saenz hiding inside a bedroom closet, and they arrested him on a felony arrest warrant, numerous counts of burglary, and committing a felony while on bail, Farwell said.

Anyone with more info was urged to call Deputy Rubio at the Palm Desert Sheriff Station at (760) 836-1600, or (760) 341-STOP (7867).

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Reginia Sam January 31, 2013 at 10:44 PM
I can say this much, you guys do catch the criminals out here.
Jimmy Jam February 01, 2013 at 02:17 AM
bitch hiding in the closet he robbed my home too i cared for that boy when he was young, gave him a damn break, older brother was the problem. K thought it was cool, smoke dope, then he needed to find $ to keep it going. Too bad, not a bad kid when young good parents too many kids to keep track jail will straighten him up or turn him worse
Lynn February 02, 2013 at 11:42 AM
What starts off as recreational “partying” turns quickly into a lifelong road to addiction and crime which only 3% out of every 100 opiate addicts recover. OxyContin quickly becomes an expensive problem and the users turn to heroin because it produces the same high, just costs substantially less. Prescription drugs do not discriminate. They do not care about your social, economic or educational background. It doesn’t matter if you live on Park Avenue or the park bench. The spiral down is guaranteed to occur and the aftermath of addiction will not only ruin the addict’s life – but their families as well. Many Parents are financially bankrupt from rehab centers, hospital bills and funeral costs.

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