Two Suspects Arrested for Burglary and Illegal Surveillance in Suwanee

Two Suspects Arrested for Burglary and Illegal Surveillance in Suwanee
Ronald Alexander Pulido and Robinsson Perez Chaparro

On June 1, the Suwanee Police Department conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle, prompting the occupants to flee on foot. Two individuals were captured and taken into custody.

During the investigation, Suwanee Police discovered large amounts of cash, jewelry, and a passport belonging to an unrelated occupant in the suspect vehicle. Gwinnett County Police were contacted, and officers from the North precinct responded to a home on the 400 block of Hillcrest Drive in Suwanee. They found a broken rear window and contacted the homeowner.

The suspect vehicle was taken to Gwinnett County Police Headquarters for processing. Detectives found designer handbags, money, jewelry, tools, and a surveillance camera inside. Footage on the camera showed a constant feed of the victim’s home dating back to May 23, as well as the suspects retrieving the camera after the burglary. The items were returned to the victim.

The suspects, Robinsson Perez Chaparro, 43, of Norcross and Ronald Alexander Pulido, 23, of Duluth were booked into the Gwinnett County Jail without incident. They are charged with Burglary in the 1st degree, unlawful surveillance, and loitering and prowling. Suwanee Police also charged both suspects with obstruction, theft by taking, and possession of tools for the commission of a crime. Investigators believe the victim was targeted due to being a business owner.

Gwinnett County Detectives thanked the Suwanee Police Department for their assistance in the investigation.