On 06/17/05 DFC Mark Porter while conducting patrol checks in Laurel Glen Subdivision encountered two males on bicycles at approximately 0530 hours. When he stopped to question them they began making vague references as to where they were coming from. DFC Porter continued his investigative stop at which time one of the plastic bags was recovered and found to contain an electric shaver, numerous CD's, DVD's and coins. When asked what was in the back pack the male fled on the bicycle. Deputies Eric Walker, Eva Snyder, Michael Labanowski and Shaun Carberry responded to the area. While searching the area Deputy Walker and Deputy Snyder located the bicycle and red backpack, however the suspect escaped. Further investigation revealed that the suspects had been breaking into motor vehicles in the Laurel Glen area. One of the victims was located and approximately $1900 worth of DVD's, CD's a portable DVD player, sunglasses, a new electric shaver and a large amount of change was returned to the owner. Arrested and charged with Breaking and Entering to a motor vehicle and felony theft was Thomas Erick Pinekenstein, 26 of California.