27 year-old Steven Anderson was originally arrested & booked into Fresno County Jail for five vehicle burglaries on February 20, 2017. Anderson bailed out on February 21, 2017 and has been awaiting trial. During this time, Clovis Police Detectives tied Anderson to an additional eight vehicle burglaries that had occurred between January 14-29, 2017 in Clovis. Detectives had filed those additional charges with the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office. It was discovered that Anderson was involved in yet even more vehicle burglaries this past week. Video surveillance from a home in Clovis this past weekend showed Anderson and his white Chevrolet truck at the scene of vehicle burglary. In addition to this, evidence showed that Anderson was involved in two vehicle burglaries in Fresno just yesterday, April 19.
After days of following up on leads, Clovis Detectives located Anderson’s vehicle at Chukchansi Resort & Casino this afternoon, April 20. With the assistance of the Madera County Sheriff’s Office and Chukchansi security, Anderson was taken into custody without incident. His vehicle was towed for evidence and Detectives located stolen property from additional vehicle burglaries.
Anderson is currently in the booking process at the Clovis Police Department, and will be transported to Fresno County Jail later this evening. Anderson faces numerous charges including: vehicle burglary, bail enhancements for committing crimes while out on bail, four counts of fraud, six counts of possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tool, possession of an illegal weapon, identity theft, and possession of narcotics and a controlled substance.