Sacto 9-1-1
December 20, 2010
Three Loomis men arrested in burglaries

By Cathy Locke

Three Loomis men were arrested over the weekend, accused of residential and vehicle burglaries.

Placer County sheriff's detectives arrested Jacob Ronald Dalaney, 20, Philip Hodge, 23, and Kevin Johnson, 56. Delaney is being held on suspicion of burglary, possession of stolen property, and possession of a controlled substance and needles. Hodge is accused of possessing stolen property and burglary tools, and parole violation. Johnson was arrested on suspicion of theft of a firearm.

Sheriff's officials say they found property taken from several Loomis-area homes and vehicles and are seeking the owners of power tools and a camera that may have been taken from garages and vehicles. Anyone who believes those items may have been stolen from them in the past two weeks is asked to call Detective Ryan West at (916) 652-2423.

Hodge is being held without bail. Delaney's bail is set $60,000 and Johnson's bail at $80,000.

Sheriff's officials remind residents that unlocked garages and vehicles are easy targets for criminals and urge people to keep their belongings secure.

Call The Bee's Cathy Locke, (916) 321-5287.

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