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UPDATE: Arrest report details how police tracked down burglary suspects

Posted at 4:27 PM, Feb 16, 2017

UPDATE FEB. 23: According to the arrest report, a woman with a "keen eye" called police about a couple of the suspects casing her neighborhood.

The report says she told detectives the car make and license plate number that helped track down the suspects.

In addition, police say the suspects used pawn shop records to track down more of the suspects and some of the items stolen. Police say that gave them enough evidence to make the arrests.

UPDATE FEB. 22: Another person has been arrested in connection with multiple residential burglaries in Henderson.

24-year-old Cymone Tippen was arrested Tuesday afternoon on two counts of burglary.

In addition, Henderson police said 19-year-old Michael Gale was incorrectly included with those arrested for home burglaries. He was charged with minor in possession of alcoholic beverage in public, open alcoholic container in vehicle and possession of drug paraphernalia.


HENDERSON (KTNV) -- Henderson police have arrested six suspects in connection with multiple residential burglaries in Henderson.
Henderson police received tips, including video surveillance footage and photographs from concerned citizens reporting suspicious activity which helped the investigation. Neighborhood watch groups are also being credited with helping solve the crimes.

While Henderson police say the burglaries might be widespread throughout the city, the majority so far are in the Anthem area.
The following suspects were arrested:
- Jacque Plant, 19 years old
- Michael Gale, 19 years old
- Adolphus Newell, 21 years old
- Dennis Felton, 37 years old
- Donique Divers, 20 years old
- Reinaldo Estrada-Hernandez, 25 years old
The suspects face multiple charges that include burglary, possession of stolen property, possession of a stolen vehicle and gun charges. They have been linked to at least 15 burglaries.
Henderson Police believe there are outstanding suspects and continue their active investigation. Henderson is also working with Las Vegas police to see if the suspects are responsible for similar crimes in the city.

Residents are encouraged to stay alert and follow these safety tips:
- When coming and going from your residence, pay attention to vehicles and people nearby that may be casing the area to commit crime. Continue to report suspicious people and vehicles to police
- Lock the doors and windows of your residence and your vehicles
- Remove valuables from your vehicles while it is parked and unattended or hide them from plain view
- Keep a log of your valuables including serial numbers, make/model and pictures, especially for items like jewelry and tools that do not have serial numbers.
Citizens can keep a safe and secure log of their valuables online for free at reportit.leadsonline.com
Anyone with information about these cases is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.