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Longview homeowner watches vehicle burglary live on surveillance cameras, three men arrested

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Michael Medina Ferrusquia (Source: Longview PD) Michael Medina Ferrusquia (Source: Longview PD)
Zachary Mateo Navarro (Source: Longview PD) Zachary Mateo Navarro (Source: Longview PD)
Jaguar Roach (Source: Longview PD) Jaguar Roach (Source: Longview PD)
LONGVIEW, TX (KLTV) -

Three men have been arrested after a homeowner watched them break into several of his vehicles on live surveillance video.

According to the Longview Police Department, officers responded to a home at the 2400 block of South High Street around 4 a.m. Monday. The homeowner told police that while watching live surveillance video, he observed three people breaking into vehicles on his property.

The homeowner was able to describe the three men and provide a description of the vehicle that the men were driving. Officers stopped a vehicle that matched that description as it left the scene. Three men were located inside that car, and matched the description of the suspects.

20-year-old Michael Medina Ferrusquia, of Longview, 18-year-old Zachary Mateo Navarro, of Longview, and 19-year-old Jaguar Roach, of Gilmer, were each arrested on one charge burglary of a vehicle. Ferrusquia also faces one charge of possession of marijuana after a bag of marijuana was found in the back seat of the patrol car he was placed in.

Ferrusquia has been arrested for burglary of a vehicle five times since February 2012.

All three men were taken to Gregg County Jail.

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