Bowlero employees notify police of burglar who broke in before hours on Christmas day
VISALIA – Visalia police were busting the bowling balls of a suspect found at the Bowlero on Caldwell during Christmas.
At 11:02 a.m., officers were dispatched to Bowlero, located in the 1700 block of W. Caldwell regarding a suspicious circumstance. Employees had arrived to open the business, and located a subject, later identified as Maxxanaya Hughie, 22.
Hughie had forced entry into the business. After being confronted by the employees, Hughie fled, and was located by an officer nearby. Hughie was taken into custody without incident, and was later transported and booked in the Tulare County Pretrial Facility for burglary.
Visalia police logs
Friday, December 27
At 8:36 a.m., the Visalia Police Department’s narcotic unit conducted a probation search at 629 W. Walnut and arrested Patricia Galindo for Possession of methamphetamine for sales and also on an outstanding warrant for drug charges. She booked into the Tulare County Pretrial Facility.
Wednesday, December 25
At 2:42 a.m. officers from the Visalia Police Department responded to a burglar alarm at Autozone located at 1407 N. Dinuba Blvd. Further investigation revealed that an unknown suspect(s) entered the business and removed an undetermined amount of property. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.
Tuesday, December 24
At 3:42 a.m. officers from the Visalia Police Department responded to a burglar alarm at Service Master located at 746 E. Douglas Ave. Further investigation revealed that an unknown suspect(s) entered the business and removed an undetermined amount of property. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.
Monday, December 23
Detectives developed leads in the investigation of a drive by shooting on Dec. 20 and identified David Hernandez, 18, and Vivian Pearson, 22, as suspects involved in the shooting. The suspects were located by the special enforcement unit and arrested during a traffic stop. A firearm was located during the traffic stop and believed to be used during the shooting. The suspects were booked at the Tulare County Pretrial Facility for attempted murder and weapon violations. Refer all questions to the PIO.
At 6:43 p.m. Visalia Police Department patrol officers responded to a traffic collision involving a bicyclist and a 2004 white Ford F150. EMS and fire personnel arrived and found the bicyclist, a female adult, unresponsive on the roadway. She was transported to Kaweah Delta Medical Center, where she was later pronounced deceased. VPD traffic unit responded to complete the investigation and learned that the bicyclist was riding westbound in the southbound lane of traffic on Mooney, north of Walnut when she was struck by a 2004 white Ford F150 being driven by, Isaul Ceballos. The collision is still under investigation.