Burbank Police Arrest Three Teen Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

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On December 21, at 10:50 p.m., Burbank Police officers responded to a call of a prowler in the 2200 block of North Catalina Street. Two senior citizen residents reported that a young man had forced his way into their home and stolen some of their property.  They also reported that there was a young woman with the man. When the suspect forced his way into the home, the residents fled the house and contacted relatives who phoned the police.  The suspects were gone upon the arrival of officers.

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A little over an hour later at 12:04 a.m., the Burbank Police received a call of a prowler, this time in the 1100 block of North California Street. The residents scared off the male suspect, who is believed to have been the same man from the earlier incident on Catalina Street.  The resident told police that the suspect left in a gray car heading south towards Magnolia Blvd.

Patrol officers and investigators worked throughout the night and morning, developing leads that led to the arrest of June Davis (male, 18, of Burbank), Chadney Delaney (female, 18, of Burbank), and a 17 year-old female juvenile.   All three subjects were arrested and booked for robbery.

During the service of a warrant on Davis’ residence, his uncle, Michael Nunes, 57, of Burbank,  concealed the fact that Davis was in the residence. Investigators arrested Nunes for being an accessory to Davis’ crimes and he was booked for violating section 32 of the Penal Code.

These incidents appear to have been crimes of opportunity and there does not appear to be any connection between the victims.  The Burbank Police Department is seeking information from anyone who might have witnessed these crimes. If anyone has information they should contact Detective Kleinfed at 818-238-3210.

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June Davis and Chadney Delaney are each being held on $100,000 bail and are due in Burbank Superior Court on December 26, 2012. The female juvenile was cited for robbery and released to her mother at the
Burbank Police Station.