BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -
Two suspects were arrested at Munsey Elementary School for burglary Saturday night.
On Nov. 24, at about 6:56 a.m., Sheriff’s deputies went to Munsey Elementary School, located at 3801 Brave Avenue in Bakersfield on a report of trespass.
Upon arrival deputies said they found two subjects being detained by private security.
The subjects were identified as 31-year-old Limmie Johnson and 28-year-old Christina Youngblood.
The private security guards reported that an alarm had been activated in one of the classrooms and they responded.
Johnson was found inside the classroom removing computer equipment and Youngblood was found outside, near the classroom.
The investigation found that both Johnson and Youngblood were in possession of items which were removed from the classroom. The property, which was valued at $2,470, was found and returned to the school.
Johnson was arrested and booked at the Central Receiving Facility for Burglary and Conspiracy. His bail has been set at $20,000.
Youngblood was arrested and booked at the Central Receiving Facility for Burglary and Conspiracy. Her bail has been set at $20,000. Youngblood was also booked for an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for forgery.