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OCSD arrests two suspects in burglaries committed across Southern California since January 2022

Two men were arrested October 5 in connection with multiple burglaries committed across Southern California since January 2022. The two, along with two additional suspects already in custody on related charges, are suspected of committing residential burglaries in Orange, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Riverside counties and were arrested today by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.

Two men arrested on October 5, Nehemiah Robinson, 34, of Los Angeles, and Mark Draughan, 23, of Los Angeles, have been booked into Orange County Jail on burglary, conspiracy and child endangerment charges related to multiple crimes that occurred in Orange County. The two men already in custody are Jeremy Manning, 25, of Anaheim, and Dejonn Kirk, 27, of Compton.

“This sends a clear message to criminals looking to take advantage of Orange County residents – We will find you, arrest you, and hold you accountable for the crimes you commit,” said Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes. “Our top priority is to keep homes, property, businesses, and residents safe. These arrests are just one example of the hard work done every day by the men
and women of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department to bring criminals to justice.”

Residents are reminded to take preventative steps to deter criminals from crimes of opportunity. Information on simple preventative steps, including an information card in English and Spanish, can be found on our Stay Safe OC website here- https://ocsheriff.gov/community/stay-safe-oc/property-crimes.

This article was released by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.