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San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department

Press Release

Date/Time:    Wednesday, April 9, 2014/5:30 P.M.

Incident:    Two men arrested for multiple vehicle burglaries.

Location:    Area of Barton Lane and Maple Lane, Sugarloaf

Suspect(s):    Matthew Nett, 19-year-old transient

                        Tyler Jackson, 22-year-old resident of Big Bear


At approximately 6:45 this morning, deputies of the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station responded to a call for service regarding two male subjects rummaging through vehicles and taking property.  The subjects were located by deputies in the area of Barton Lane and Maple Lane in Sugarloaf and were found to be in possession of property stolen from the vehicles.  The suspects are identified as Matthew Nett, a 19-year-old transient, and Tyler Jackson, a 22-year-old resident of Big Bear City.



Through investigation, deputies determined a total of five vehicles were broken into.  Additionally, the suspects attempted to steal one of vehicles, but were unsuccessful.  Suspects, Matthew Nett and Tyler Jackson, were taken into custody and were booked for petty theft, grand theft, possession of stolen property, and attempted auto theft.  Jackson was also booked on an outstanding warrant for shoplifting.



Nett and Jackson remain in custody at West Valley Detention Center.  An arraignment hearing in this matter is set for April 11 at San Bernardino County Superior Court.



Anyone with additional information regarding this matter is encouraged to contact the Big Bear Sheriff’s Station at (909) 866-0100.  Information can also be reported anonymously by calling WE-TIP at (800) 78-CRIME or online at






Refer:                     Tiffany Swantek, PIO


Station:                  Big Bear Sheriff’s Station


Phone No.             909-866-0100



Case No.                061400298, 061400299

John McMahon, Sheriff-Coroner

San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner Department

Sheriff’s Public Affairs Division

655 E. Third Street

San Bernardino, California 92415-0061

Telephone: (909) 387-3700

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