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Two Arrested In Fortuna Burglary

David Hanna, Chyanne Smith booked on stolen property, drug and weapons charges

 

Staff Report
Humboldt Sentinel

 

Two Fortuna residents are in county jail today as a result of their arrest in connection with a commercial burglary yesterday.

At about 7 a.m. on Sept. 24, Fortuna Police Department personnel responded to a reported burglary at a business on 12th Street, where law enforcement discovered evidence of a forced entry and several missing computers and other items.

During the course of their investigation, FPD obtained a search warrant for a nearby unit at the Park West Apartments at 137 12th Street. Upon executing the warrant, FPD recovered several of the stolen items and arrested David Hanna, 21, and Chyanne Smith, 20.

Hanna was booked into county jail on charges of burglary, possession of stolen property and being a felon in possession of ammunition. Smith was also booked on stolen property charges as well as possession of a controlled substance without a prescription.

“This investigation is still ongoing and we expect more arrests in the near future,” FPD detective Tim Dias stated in a release.

According to a further statement by FPD sergeant Charles Ellebrecht, residents are encouraged to call an FPD WeTip Crime Line to be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 for any assistance in this case. That number is (800) 78-CRIME.

2 Responses to “Two Arrested In Fortuna Burglary”

  1. Jon says:

    So crazy lol. I know this girl now she is the gem of my eye. She has completely turned her life around and become such an honest caring young lady. We are having a beautiful baby together and I believe with all my heart that she will be a devoted, kind, caring mother and I will never stop fighting for this amazing young woman. It is such a blessing from god to watch someone like this turn there entire life around and walk in the path of righteousness.

  2. guest says:

    Good to hear. Often times you don’t and they don’t turn out well. Some folks can change with the right touch and teacher and life experiences. Others don’t and continue down a bad path. Best of luck and a bright future to you and your family Jon. God Bless.

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