More residential burglars arrested
Boca Raton, FL – On Friday, January 25 at about 11:30 a.m., officers with the Boca Raton Police Department’s Tactical Team located a Silver Volkswagen driving around inside the Millpond housing development. Officers saw two or three males get out of the car, then one male get into the driver’s seat and drive out of the area. Two males were also seen walking along a canal on the east side of the development.
Officers checked the area and found a home in the 2200 block of NW 35th Street which had a broken window and dirt tracked inside. Inside, they found open drawers and a pillowcase was missing. The owner confirmed that the home was burglarized, and jewelry and a pillowcase were missing.
Officers stopped the driver of the silver VW who was identified as Samuel Walker. A Boca Raton K9 team tracked from the victim’s home east towards the canal where they found items belonging to the victim, as well as gloves and a window punch. The K9 team continued to track to NW 23rd Terrace where they located Adalberto Montalvo in a tree near 3339 NW 23rd Terrace and Quinton Sylvestre was located several houses away, hiding in the bushes.
Officers arrested Walker, Montalvo and Sylvestre and charged them with burglary and grand theft.
Samuel Walker Adalberto Montalvo Quinton Sylvestre
DOB 02/19/1985 DOB 03/04/1984 DOB 11/01/1986
Lauderdale Lakes Pompano Beach, FL Ft. Lauderdale, FL