29-year-old man arrested after police say he burglarized Fresno church

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29-year-old man arrested after police say he burglarized the First Presbyterian Church of Fresno.

Fresno police said they learned that two men had forced their way into the church at 1540 M St. and stole electronic equipment.

After looking at surveillance video Detectives said they identified Isaiah Zepeda as one of the suspects responsible in this burglary. 

Police arrested Zepeda near Chinatown and he was booked into the Fresno County Jail for burglary and a probation violation.

Police said Zepeda is an active Bond Street Bulldog Gang Member and was released from prison 5 days prior to committing this burglary.

Police said the second suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 30-35 years of age, 5’-10”, 200 pounds, with black shoulder length hair and wearing dark clothing. 

Anyone with information related this burglary is urged to call Detective Dominic Morini at 621-6144 or Detective Nicolas Romero at 621-6130.
 

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