Clipped From The Bakersfield Californian
Cafe Burglary Admitted by Jose Martinez Jose Martinez, 36, pleaded guilty to a burglary charge in Bakersfield municipal court yesterday and was ordered to appear in Superior Court for sentencing. Martinez, who lives at 638 Lakeview Ave., was caught ransacking Berlia's Serv-All Cafe, next door to his residence, at 4 a.m. June 9. • A rear window had been broken to gain entry, Bakersfield police said. The suspect was represented by Atty. Sam Taylor on court appointment. Two otljer men were bound over to the higher court following preliminary hearings yesterday before Judge Frank Noriega. They were Anastacio Frank Chavaria, 21, 235 E. 8th St., charged with the May 29 break-in at the Kern County Equipment Co., and Arnold William Neilson, 20, of Delano, facing a charge of grand theft of auto. . Chavaria had Atty. Sheldon jKrasnow named to his defense while Atty. John Jelletich was appointed to represent Neilson. Two California Highway Patrol officers were in Bakersfield from Yreka yesterday to tell of Neilson being wanted in that city for failing to pay for service to the car he allegedly took from, Vic Baumstark 's used car lot in McFarland several weeks ago. The FBI also has a hold on-him for deserting the U.S. Navy, court records ihow. Dep. Dist. Atty. Albert Leddy represented the state during the hearings.