On Tuesday, BPD arrested Leamon Harmon who was wanted for two active felony arrests warrants in the Bakersfield area. Officials said one of those arrest was in connection to numerous burglaries and thefts he allegedly committed in the Frazier Park and Pine Club Mountain area. Those crimes resulted in thousands of dollars in losses to multiple victims.
Officials said they're still on the lookout for his alleged accomplice, Rosheba Fennell. The Kern County Sheriff’s Office needs the public's help in finding Fennell who allegedly burglarized several properties in the Pine Mountain Club area.
Anyone with information regarding Fennell's location is urged to contact Senior Deputy James Simmons of the Frazier Park Substation at (661)245-3440, or the Kern County Sheriff’s Office at (661)861-3110. Anonymous callers can call the Secret Witness program at (661) 322-4040.
The Kern County Sheriff's Office is searching for two men wanted in connection with several burglaries in Pine Mountain Club.
The first suspect is identified as Leamon Harmon who authorities say have an active felony arrest warrant.
He is wanted for a burglary that reportedly happened on June 13 in the area of 1900 Matuse Point in Pine Mountain Club.
He's being described as a 52-year-old White male with gray hair and green eyes around 6' 01" tall and 170 lbs.
Harmon was last spotted driving a maroon 2000 Ford SUV with faded paint and a License plate number of 4J0J251.
KCSO has identified the second suspect as Rosheba Fennell who has active felony arrest warrants for charges of burglary, resisting arrest and vehicle theft.
Officials say Fennell is connected to recent burglaries in the Pine Mountain Club area including Yellowstone Drive and Edgewood Way.
He's described as a 38-year-old Black male with black hair and brown eyes standing 5'8" and weighing around 190lbs.
If you have information on these two suspects you can contact KCSO Frazier Park at 661-861-3110