A search for the burglars who broke into a food processing plant in Huron netted two suspects and resulted in the seizure of firearms, ammunition, rooster fighting materials, cash and other items, Fresno County Sheriff’s spokesman Tony Botti reported Thursday.
The suspects were identified as Manuel Solorio, 53, and his son, Juan Ramirez, 30. Solorio faces charges of being a felon in possession of ammunition. Ramirez was booked on charges of vehicle theft, possession of stolen property and misdemeanors related to growing marijuana for sale. Both men were released from Fresno County Jail on bond.
Detectives uncovered the items after serving a search warrant June 8 in the 47000 block of Lost Hills Road. The burglary was in the 19000 block of West Gale Avenue. Seized at the Lost Hills home were two handguns, two shotguns along with a Honda ATV, 129 marijuana plants and five pounds of processed marijuana.
Detectives determined that stolen construction materials were taken from the food facility.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the sheriff’s office at 559-600-3111, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Crime Stoppers at 559-498-7867.