On Jan. 7, police responded to the 200 block of E. Main Street for a report of a car broken into and a backpack containing tattoo equipment being stolen in Westminster. Surveillance footage from a nearby business displayed a person resembling Sierra-Jimenez, pushing a bicycle similar to the one allegedly stolen on Dec. 31, according to charging documents. Later that same day, police responded for a report of a theft and break-in from three vehicle in the 100 block of E. Green Street. Surveillance footage showed a male pushing a bicycle similar to the one reported stolen on Dec. 31, wearing the type of athletic also stolen Dec. 31. Sierra-JImenez was interviewed by police on Jan. 12 and was in possession of knives of the same brand and model that were reported stolen Dec. 31. Sierra-Jimenez was interviewed by police again on Jan. 15, while in possession of a bicycle similar to the one reported stolen Dec. 31. On Jan. 18, Sierra-Jimenez was interviewed again, this time in regard to a littering complaint. When asked whether a nearby bicycle similar to the one reported stolen Dec. 31, he said “no,” according to charging documents.