PD: 2 men charged in string of Glendale tailgate thefts - Tucson News Now

PD: 2 men charged in string of Glendale tailgate thefts

Jose Cervantes (Source: Glendale Police Department) Jose Cervantes (Source: Glendale Police Department)
Nelson Lopez (Source: Glendale Police Department) Nelson Lopez (Source: Glendale Police Department)
GLENDALE, AZ (CBS5) -

A couple of men suspected of ripping off tailgates have been caught.

Glendale police said 18-year-old Nelson Lopez and 19-year-old Jose Cervantes are responsible for about 90 percent of the tailgate thefts in the city since February.

The men are charged with felony theft, money laundering and several counts of trafficking stolen property.

Detectives have tied the suspects to 19 tailgate theft cases so far.

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