Man Sentenced After Burglarizing Long Beach Church Twice Last Month

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UPDATE | A 26-year-old man was sentenced Wednesday after previously pleading no contest to stealing from a Long Beach church twice within the same week. 

Long Beach resident Trevor Fix was ordered to perform 60 hours of Caltrans service and placed on three years of probation. Superior Court Judge Tomson T. Ong also ordered him to complete a yearlong live-in substance abuse program and to stay away from Lakewood Village Community Church. 

On August 6, Fix broke into the church's preschool and stole several electronic items. He returned four days later and stole cash, checks, a credit card and other electronics from the church. He was arrested August 10 by Long Beach police after the owner of the stolen credit card informed authorities that the card had been used at a store. 

Fix pleaded no contest to two counts of burglary and one count of identity theft on August 22.

City News Service contributed to this report. 

PREVIOUSLY: Long Beach Man Pleads No Contest in Church Burglaries

8/22/16 at 5:21PM | The 26-year-old man charged with stealing from a Long Beach church twice within the same week pleaded no contest today.

The man, Trevor Fix of Long Beach, is scheduled to be sentenced on September 7.

The defendant allegedly broke into a preschool at Lakewood Village Community Church in Long Beach and stole several electronic items, according to prosecutors. Just four days later, Fix returned, allegedly stealing cash, checks, a credit card and more electronics.

After the second robbery, the owner of a stolen credit card notified police that the card had been used at a store, leading to the apprehension and eventual arrest of Fix on August 10.

City News Service contributed to this report. 

PREVIOUSLY: Long Beach Man Charged with Stealing from Local Church

On 08/12/16 at 5:05PM | Long Beach resident Trevor Fix, 26, was charged with stealing from a Long Beach church twice within the same week, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced today.

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Long Beach resident Trevor Fix, 26, was charged with stealing from a Long Beach church twice within the same week, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced today.

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According to a release issued this afternoon, Fix was charged with three felony counts, including two counts of burglary and one count of theft.

Prosecutors have asked that bail be set at $40,000 in the defendant’s arraignment today in LA County Superior Court. If convicted, Fix faces a maximum of

The defendant allegedly broke into a preschool at Lakewood Village Community Church in Long Beach and stole several electronic items, according to prosecutors. Just four days later, Fix returned, allegedly stealing cash, checks, a credit card and more electronics.

After the second robbery, the owner of a stolen credit card notified police that the card had been used at a store, leading to the apprehension and eventual arrest of Fix on August 10.

The case is being investigated by the Long Beach Police Department.



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