Foxborough Police Assist Walpole in Arrest of 3 B&E Suspects
The three suspects were arrested Monday outside of the BP gas station on Main Street in Foxborough for an alleged incident in Walpole.
Foxborough Police assisted Walpole in the arrest of two men and one woman Monday evening after one of the men was allegedly caught by a homeowner trying to break into a Main Street home in Walpole.
"The resident was home when the suspect was breaking-in through a window after cutting a screen," Walpole Deputy Police Chief John Carmichael told Walpole Patch.
The homeowner confronted the would-be thief outside the Walpole home and the suspect reportedly fled on foot to an awaiting vehicle further down Main Street.
A witness identified the suspect's vehicle, which led to Walpole police detective Tim Sullivan locating the car on Main Street in Foxborough with assistance from Foxborough Police. Upon stopping the motor vehicle near the BP gas station on Main Street in Foxborough, police discovered two additional occupants in the vehicle.
"One occupant was identified by a witness after corporeal showed up and all three were arrested for the joint venture of breaking in, as well as receiving stolen property," Carmichael said.
The suspect who allegedly fled from the house was identified by police as 22-year-old Anthony Loto, of Mansfield. Loto was charged with alleged trespassing, wanton destruction of property under $250, person in fear B&E daytime for felony, possession of a burglarious instrument, receiving stolen property over $250 and conspiracy.
Corey A. Field, 24, of South Weymouth - who was in the car with Loto - was charged with alleged person in fear B&E daytime for felony, receiving stolen property vver $250 and conspiracy.
Amber L. Wilson, 20, of Foxborough - who was also in the car with Loto and Field - was charged with alleged person in fear B&E daytime for felony, Rrceiving stolen property over $250 and conspiracy.
Carmichael said nothing from the 152 Main St. home was stolen but jewelry and other items were recovered in the car.
Carmichael said detectives are currently trying to connect the three suspects to the other house breaks that have been reported in the area.