On Thursday, April 10, 2014, deputies from the Chino Hills Police Station were called to the 13000 block of Peyton Drive in regards to two male subjects seen entering the business with tools. Deputies responded, established a perimeter and conducted a search for the entry point into the building. On the west side of the building deputies noticed the metal ventilation grate inside the door was damaged and portions were bent to allow entry. Deputy R. Rogers was able to climb through the opening and unlock the door. Deputies H. Tobar, J. Snavely and Sergeant R. Lewis entered the building. Deputy Snavely monitored the stairwell as Deputies Rogers, Tobar and Sgt. Lewis began to search the building.
Located inside the building were three bicycles near the entry point. After about one hour of searching, Jose Garcia, a 29-year-old resident of Honduras, was located hiding inside a locked room. He was taken into custody.
Aviation was requested and assisted with providing a search of the roof. Deputies Tobar, Rogers, Charles and Sgt. Lewis continued to search the building for additional suspects. Located in the middle portion of the building, hiding inside an electrical room, were Dylan Cutillo, a 44-year-old resident of Norwalk, and Robert Quinn, a 30-year-old resident of Victorville. Both Cutillo and Quinn were taken into custody. Located inside the electrical room were tools used to remove copper wire from its casing. During a search of Cutillo’s person, a crystallized substance, believed to be methamphetamine was also found in his pants pocket.
Garcia and Quinn were arrested for commercial burglary. Cutillo was arrested for commercial burglary and possession of illegal narcotics. All three suspects were booked into the West Valley Detention Center on felony charges.
Refer: Chino Hills Station
Phone No: 909-364-2000
Case No: 221401084