Burglars Call 911 to Help Move Stuff

Burglars Call 911 to Help Move Stuff

Emerson Dieruf, Author

Two burglars named Martin Gonzalez-Garcia and Ashializ Roldan-Oscasio were found burglarizing a house in Orlando, Florida after one of them called 911 looking for help moving the items they stole from the house.

This ridiculous attempt at robbery didn’t just start there.  It all started at around 1 AM of the same day at a Dollar General store, and it was burglarized with many items stolen from the store.  However, the security footage had found and identified the burglar as Martin Gonzalez-Garcia, though they couldn’t locate him at the time.

Later that day, the police had received a phone call, and upon picking up, no one had answered the phone.  The police then decided to trace the call and send some officers to the location of the call.  It turned out no one had lived in the house, but found an unlocked door and entered the building to make sure everything was ok inside.

Inside the house, they found two people and arrested Gonzalez-Garcia for allegedly burglarizing the Dollar General store earlier that day.  The other person seemed to be Gonzalez-Garcia’s girlfriend, Ashializ Roldan-Oscasio, who was charged with burglary.

According to arrest affidavit, Gonzalez-Garcia “did commit the burglary at the Dollar General because he needed to get items to sell it to make money,” and Gonzalez-Garcia also “knew what he did was wrong, but needed the money [and] stated he knew the residence was not his and did not have permission to be in, but had to get inside to get out of the cold”.