A 21-year-old man has pleaded guilty to burglary and firearm assault charges after breaking into the Cabazon Outlets Mall with several accomplices and stealing thousands of dollars worth of goods. As part of a plea agreement with the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office, Reginald Bernard Mitchell admitted to the burglary count and firearm assault, resulting in a two-year state prison sentence. In exchange for Mitchell’s admissions, prosecutors dismissed several felony charges related to the gun case.
The plea deal was announced during a preliminary hearing at the Riverside Hall of Justice in front of Superior Court Judge Jennifer Gerard. Judge Gerard certified the terms of the agreement and imposed the agreed-upon sentence.
Sheriff’s Sgt. David Greenwalt stated that on August 1, around 4:30 a.m., Mitchell and “multiple subjects” broke into the Cabazon mall, entered an unidentified business, and stole merchandise worth several thousand dollars. A burglar alarm alerted patrol deputies, who arrived at the scene within minutes and detained Mitchell.
The other individuals involved in the burglary have yet to be identified and apprehended.
The gun case is unrelated to the mall burglary and relates to offenses committed by Mitchell in August 2022 in Riverside. However, specific details about the gun case are currently unavailable.
Mitchell does not have any previously documented felony convictions in Riverside County.
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