By Mary O’KEEFE
Deputies from Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station arrested three suspects after finding tools commonly used in burglaries, stolen property and drugs.
At 2:50 p.m. on Saturday, deputies responded to a call at Briggs and Olive avenues about three males in a vehicle that may have been stolen.
The three, Ian Kuh, 18, of Sunland, James Martin, 18, of La Crescenta and a 17-year-old boy also from La Crescenta were found on Rosemont Avenue and Rockdell Street.
It appeared that Kuh was under the influence of a controlled substance, said Sgt. Ray Harley.
After an investigation, deputies discovered a black bag with several tools typically used in burglaries.
“They found a bag that contained burglary tools and some [allegedly] stolen property,” Harley said. “Some markings on some of the items led [investigators] to a victim in Los Angeles that said his home had been burglarized.”
Deputies also allegedly found Martin and Kuh in possession of drugs.
Kuh was arrested on being under the influence of a controlled substance, possessing burglary tools and receiving stolen property. Martin was arrested on possession of methamphetamine and concentrated cannabis, possession of burglary tools and receiving stolen property. The juvenile was arrested for being in possession of burglary tools and receiving stolen property.
Deputies also discovered ammunition in a small bag, but no guns were found.
(Concentrated cannabis means the separated resin, whether in crude or purified form, from the cannabis