Three arrested in connection with Petaluma storage unit burglary
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PETALUMA, Calif. —
Police arrested three men Saturday in connection with a recent burglary of 18 storage units at a storage facility in Petaluma, according to police.
Police first arrested David Clem, 32, of Petaluma behind a Kmart store in connection with a stolen pick-up truck on Saturday.
Acting on a subsequent lead regarding the burglary of 18 storage units at Public Storage located on Baywood Drive, Petaluma police officers went to a homeless encampment nearby, where they discovered a motorcycle stolen from one of the 18 storage units, police said.
James Vasu, 52, of Petaluma and Michael Powell, 51, of Petaluma were arrested on suspicion of stealing the motorcycle, police said.
All three suspects were booked at the Sonoma County Jail.
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