SPOKANE, Wash.--Spokane police officers arrested three people Saturday in connection to several recent burglaries.
Spokane Police Crime Analysts noticed an increase in burglaries and car prowling on Friday in the neighborhood north of Indian Trail and Francis.
A deputy who was working patrol on Saturday responded to a residential burglary in the 7000 block of North F Street. While the deputy was taking the report, another homeowner reported a different burglary with the same suspect and vehicle description.
Multiple officers were asked to search for the suspects. One of the officers found the suspect vehicle at the intersection of Ash and Cleveland and followed it to a house in the 2300 block of North Madison. Officers took three suspects into custody there.
The three suspects arrested were 29-year-old Daryl M. Ford, 25-year-old Amanda W. Macklin and 19-year-old Jordan D. Newkirk.
Officers were able to recover stolen property, including property that was stolen several weeks before the three were arrested.
Ford was booked into jail for Attempted Residential Burglary. Macklin was booked for Residential Burglary and Newkirk was arrested for Attempted Burglary and Residential Burglary.
Macklin and Newkirk both have prolific criminal histories, including previous convictions for Burglary and Attempted Burglary.
More charges are anticipated, according to police.
All three suspects were set to have their first court appearance on Monday.