Bishop Police arrest two for car burglary

Bishop Police have arrested two Bishop men on allegations of burglary and other charges.  Public Information Officer Katie Coffman filed this report:

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John Charles Brightwell. Jr.

On February 14, 2012 at approximately 0246, The Bishop Police Department was notified of two males

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James Daniel Huber

breaking into vehicles. Officers responded to the area and located two males subjects standing near a
vehicle with the vehicle doors open. Officers on scene made contact with BRIGHTWELL, John Charles Jr.
who had several items on him which are classified as burglary tools. Officers also made contact with
HUBER, James Daniel, who was with BRIGHTWELL and located several items of property that were
taken from the vehicle.

Officers on scene made contact with the victim, and it was confirmed the items located on both suspects
were the victim’s personal property.

BRIGHTWELL, John Charles JR., and HUBER, James Daniel were both arrested for 459 PC Burglary;
496(A)PC Possession Stolen Prop Less $400; 466 PC Possess Burglary Tools; and 488 PC Petty Theft and
transported to the Inyo County Jail.

 

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Wayne Deja
Wayne Deja
10 years ago

Seems I’ve seen that Brightwell somewhere before…and I rarely go to Bishop…Maybe it was sneaking around the streets of Lone Pine…maybe someone who should be looked into with the break-in and burglary of the local FFA,as well as other break-ins that evening a month or so ago.

Upset
Upset
10 years ago

WOW… Brightwell is sure a winner…. Why can’t he just get out of the area for Christ’s sake!!!???? do us all a favor!

Wayne Deja
Wayne Deja
10 years ago

Too bad we aren’t in Texas….and Joe Horn didn’t catch these 2 guys doing what they were doing…

Cody
Cody
10 years ago

Isn’t this the second or third time Brightwell has made the sierra wave? Sounds like we’ve got a real winner on our hands. Too bad CA is so broke… I’m sure they will just get probation.

Dingo
Dingo
10 years ago

Lock em up! Good job BPD