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Two men facing burglary charges after allegedly being caught in the act

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Jeremy Matthew Sundahl Jeremy Matthew Sundahl
Jordan A.J. Nogo Jordan A.J. Nogo

Paso Robles police arrested two men Sunday night on suspicion of burglary and several other charges.

Investigators say Jeremy Matthew Sundahl, 27, and Jordan Nogo, 25, broke into the home of one of the men's grandparents. They say the victims walked in on the two men while they were allegedly burglarizing the place and called police when the two fled. 

The victims reportedly provided police with the license plate number of the getaway car, and officers say they were able to track it to the home of the registered owner. There, they say, officers witnessed the car pull into the driveway and they conducted a traffic stop. 

The driver, Sundahl, was arrested, but police say the two passengers ran off. 

One of those passengers was reportedly found hiding in nearby bushes and taken into custody. He was identified as Nogo. 

The third suspect was not captured, but police have identified her as Michele Marie Chavez, 20, who is allegedly wanted for a probation violation.

Sundahl and Nogo were booked into San Luis Obispo County Jail on charges of residential burglary, conspiracy, receiving stolen property, elder abuse, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Nogo faces an additional charge of resisting arrest.

Nogo was a Most Wanted Wednesday suspect featured on KSBY News in November 2015. He was wanted by the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office on charges related to possession and sales of drugs, plus failure to appear after posting bail and a special allegation of having a prior felony. Sheriff's officials say Nogo was picked up by Paso Robles police on November 23 and was in jail until his release on February 1, 2016.

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