Police: 3 arrested after attempted cannabis dispensary burglary in Petaluma, 100 mph chase – The Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Three Bay Area men were arrested Tuesday after authorities responded to an attempted burglary at a cannabis dispensary near Petaluma, the second targeting a dispensary in Sonoma County in two days, according to police.

The suspects were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy, possessing burglary tools, resisting arrest and evading police officers, according to a news release from the Petaluma Police Department.

The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, which has jurisdiction over the case, was not available for immediate comment on whether the suspects took any items from the dispensary.

The suspects were identified by police as Joshua Hawkins-Butler, 29 of Oakland; David Hill III, 18, of San Pablo; and Shawtanique Blocker, 31, of Oakland.

Petaluma Police Department officers and sheriff’s deputies were dispatched about 2:50 a.m. to a report of a burglary at a cannabis dispensary on Ely Road North, according to the release.

When officers responded to the scene at Down Under Industries, they saw four vehicles leaving the area, said Petaluma Police Lt. Tim Lyons.

Three of the automobiles matched the description of the three vehicles used by suspects in a dispensary burglary on Monday, during which Santa Rosa police said more than $40,000 in products and cash were

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