Brothers charged in a number of carjackings, auto thefts

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Two brothers stand accused in a string of crimes over a number of months in Albuquerque, together with a number of automobile thefts and carjackings the place photographs had been fired.

Adrian Cly, 21, and Jeremy Cly, 23, are every charged with two counts of armed theft and auto theft, and one depend of aggravated assault with a lethal weapon and tampering with proof in numerous crimes between March and June.

Each have been booked into the Metropolitan Detention Heart and prosecutors have filed a movement to detain the pair till trial.

An lawyer for Jeremy Cly declined to remark, whereas an lawyer for Adrian Cly didn’t reply to a message searching for remark.

Detectives related the pair to the crimes by video proof from a police bait automotive, witness statements and matching the casings from numerous scenes to a single gun.

At one level, in line with police, one or each brothers had been tied to an incident the place photographs had been fired at an undercover auto theft detective.

In response to a felony criticism filed in Metropolitan Courtroom:

The incidents started in March when an SUV was stolen from a rental firm.

An worker of Enterprise Hire-A-Automotive by the Sunport referred to as police March 23 to report {that a} blue SUV had been stolen off the lot weeks earlier. On April 10, police responded to a carjacking, presumably involving the stolen rental SUV, close to Juan Tabo and Central SE.

A lady instructed police three armed males in a blue SUV stole her automobile along with her belongings inside and fired photographs at her good friend within the course of. Police collected 9mm shell casings from the scene and located the lady’s automobile deserted a mile away.

Detectives had been ultimately in a position to make use of GPS monitoring to search out the Apple AirPods stolen within the carjacking and the person who had them instructed police he purchased them from a stranger later recognized as Jeremy Cly.

On April 18, two males and a lady stole a police bait automobile in Southeast Albuquerque earlier than dropping off one of many males, and the pair ditched the automobile and fled police, with the person getting away. Police stated the person was later recognized as Adrian Cly within the bait automotive video and, at one level, requested “the place’s Jeremy?”

The lady, 18-year-old Tylea Chavez, was charged within the incident, however these prices had been later dismissed on account of “inadequate proof to proceed,” in line with courtroom data.

The following day, an undercover auto theft detective discovered the stolen rental SUV earlier than the occupants “fired a minimum of one gunshot” towards the detective and chased him out of the realm. The SUV was discovered quickly after and detectives discovered a 9mm casing inside, and lifted a fingerprint from the motive force’s facet that matched Adrian Cly as “a doable candidate.”

Police discovered Adrian Cly lived close to the place the SUV was deserted and the place the bait automobile was stolen from. They recognized him because the thief seen within the bait automotive video.

On Could 6, police responded to a carjacking close to Central and Tramway after a person reported that two armed males stole his automotive at gunpoint, firing a spherical within the air. Police discovered the stolen automotive deserted a mile away with a 9mm casing caught between the hood and windshield.

The person instructed police that one of many carjackers referred to as the opposite “Jeremy” throughout the incident.

On Could 31, a basic supervisor of the identical Enterprise Hire-A-Automotive referred to as 911 to report {that a} white SUV had been stolen from the lot in the same method to the blue SUV theft.

On June 16, officers responded to a dispute close to Central and Tramway, and the caller, Adrian Cly’s ex-girlfriend, instructed police he had beat her, pointed a gun at her and fired two rounds earlier than fleeing. Ballistics decided the 9mm casings present in each carjackings, contained in the stolen blue SUV and the home dispute involving Adrian Cly had been all from the identical gun.

On June 23, New Mexico State Police discovered the stolen white rental SUV on the 4 Hills Studios close to Central and Tramway, with an individual apparently sleeping inside. Officers carried out a “high-risk cease” and arrested Adrian Cly, who was the only real occupant of the SUV.

Cly instructed police he knew the SUV was stolen from the Sunport and was solely shifting it from one a part of the advanced to a different for a person named “Ghost.” Albuquerque police arrested Jeremy Cly at 4 Hills Studios on July 18.


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