(Press Release) Clovis Police detectives served a search warrant for stolen property on a house near Princeton and Maple Avenues in Fresno and recovered stolen guns, electronics, jewelry and coins. Investigators believe the property is linked to residential burglaries that happened in Clovis. Officers also seized 56 marijuana plants, 20 pounds of processed marijuana for sale (street value $60,000.00) and $1,700 in cash. The Fresno SPCA rescued six “fighting” roosters from the back yard. A seventh was found dead.
After serving the warrant, detectives confiscated truckloads of stolen goods. They arrested 27-year-old Zong Moua and his wife, 28-year-old My Vang, for possession of stolen property, possession of marijuana and mushrooms for sale, child endangerment, animal cruelty and gang enhancements. Four children in the house, age 10 and under, were placed with relatives along with the family’s dog.
Ironically, a local home improvement store truck pulled up to deliver a gun safe and a dog kennel right as the officers were serving the warrant. Clovis Police also recovered a brand new front loading washing machine from the living room.
Now, officers have the daunting task of cataloging all of the items they seized and trying to find their rightful owners. As for the electronics, including flat screen TVs, Playstations, iPads, laptops and hard drives, owners will need the serial numbers to positively identify and reclaim them. Officers have identified an LCD projector that belongs to Fresno High School.
If you have been a residential burglary victim with a police report for your losses, please contact Clovis Police at 324-3464 and they will schedule an appointment for you to view the stolen goods next week.