GLENDALE — Police said two parolees who prosecutors charged this week with conspiracy could be responsible for dozens of vehicle burglaries in Glendale and La Crescenta.
Parolees Anthony Sage, 33, of Baldwin Park and Clifton Ross, 31, of Los Angeles were charged Tuesday with conspiracy to commit a crime, according to a Los Angeles County Superior Court criminal complaint. Sage, who was on non-revocable parole for a weapons violation, was also charged with possessing ammunition.
Ross was on parole for a narcotics violation, according to Glendale police reports.
The pair is scheduled to be arraigned May 4 in the Los Angeles County Superior Court in Burbank.
While Glendale police would not say their reason for suspecting Ross and Sage as the area’s serial vehicle burglars, they alerted residents and other police agencies of the pair’s arrest.