WRIGHTWOOD, Calif:(VVNG.com)- Two 18-year-olds from Pinon Hills were arrested after an argument over money turned violent and ended with vandalism and burglary.
On Saturday, August 13, 2016, at approximately 2:50 pm, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Dispatch received a disturbance call on Twin Lakes Drive in the community of Wrightwood.
Deputies Dalton Hendrickson and Malcolm Page responded to the residence and discovered the disturbance was over money.
Levi Kaseroff and Robert Phillips were identified as the suspects and had come to the residence in an attempt to retrieve the money.
The victim refused to let Kaseroff and Phillips into the residence and closed the front door. Kaseroff and Phillips broke windows to the residence and caused injury to the victim’s face by an object that was thrown through a window. One of the suspects then kicked in the front door and pushed their way into the home. The suspects fled the area prior to deputies arrival and were not located.
On Tuesday, August 16, 2016, the Sheriff’s Department received a call regarding Kaseroff’s location. Deputies Dalton Hendrickson and Dave Romero responded to the residence and detained Kaseroff. Kaseroff was booked at High Desert Detention Center and the case was submitted to the Victorville District Attorney’s Office. The District Attorney’s Office filed burglary, vandalism, and assault with a deadly weapon charges against Kaseroff and he is currently being held in lieu of $200,000 bail.
Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to contact the Victor Valley Sheriff’s Station, Phelan Substation, at (760) 868-1006. Persons who wish to remain anonymous may relay information through We-Tip at (800) 78-CRIME or wetip.com.