A Loma Linda man was held behind bars Wednesday on suspicion of possessing stolen property in connection with a vehicle burglary in Highland, according to the Sheriff's Department.
A resident of the 28000 block of Sycamore Drive in Highland noticed two batteries were missing from his travel trailer about 2:20 a.m. Thursday Nov. 8, Highland Station deputies said in a statement.
"The batteries were located adjacent to the residence next to a Maroon 2000 Nissan Altima," deputies said. "Detectives conducted surveillance on the vehicle and identified the driver as David Coeur, 34, of Loma Linda."
Coeur was located and a search warrant was served at his residence at Juanita and Mayberry streets in Loma Linda, according to inmate records.
"During the service of the search warrant, a large quantity of tools and construction equipment were located," deputies said.
Deputies accused Coeur of being a documented "career criminal."
David Anthony Coeur was arrested at 6:42 a.m. Nov. 8 at Juanita and Mayberry, according to inmate records. He was held Wednesday at Central Dentention Center in San Bernardino on $75,000 bail.
The Highland Detective Bureau was looking for other possible victims. Anyone who has been a recent victim of a theft/burglary was urged to contact the Highland Detective Bureau at (909) 425-9793 to attempt property identification.