Teens Arrested After Breaking Into Hollywood Home That Was Being Fumigated: Cops

Police said one suspect is still at large.

Sunday, Sep 29, 2013  |  Updated 2:31 PM EDT
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Two Miramar teens are in custody after they broke into a Hollywood home that was being fumigated, officials said.

Daniel LaMont Evans, 16, and Robert Taylor, 19, were charged with burglary to a residence and resisting arrest without violence after they were caught breaking into a tented home just after 3 a.m. at 1200 Harrison Street, according to Hollywood Police.

When officers arrived on scene, the suspects fled, but two were found during a perimeter search and arrested, police said.

Police said they think another suspect, a juvenile male, is still at large. Hollywood Fire Rescue was called to search for him in the tented home, but officials did not find him.

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