image courtesy of the mountain view police department
Law enforcement and emergency officials respond to the In-N-Out Burger on Rengstorff Avenue, where Mountain View police officers arrested two men for auto burglary-related crimes and assault with a deadly weapon.
Mountain View Police detectives hope the recent arrest of a pair of suspected auto burglars puts a dent in criminal activity in the parking lot of a popular fast-food restaurant.
Detectives arrested David Godfrey, 36, and Claude Frazier, 32, charging them with attempted burglary, burglary, conspiracy to commit a crime and – for ramming an officer’s vehicle with their own in a failed getaway maneuver – assault with a deadly weapon. The men, believed to be from the East Bay, were booked into the Santa Clara County Main Jail March 17 and held without bail.