GLENN HEIGHTS — On Monday, at approximately 12:51 a.m., a Glenn Heights police officer was dispatched to a home in the 1100 block of Glencoe Drive in Glenn Heights regarding a burglary of vehicle.

Upon arrival, the officer met with the complainant and learned that a Ruger 9-milimeter had been stolen from the complainant’s pickup along with other items, including a woman’s wallet and bank cards. A witness had observed four males running east from the location. Other Glenn Heights police officers arrived in the area. In addition, police officers from the DeSoto Police Department were requested for assistance. A perimeter of the neighborhood was set up.

A short time later, a vehicle was seen heading into the Gateway Estates and the vehicle was occupied by two females. It was observed driving around the Gateway Estates neighborhood. Then, a little while later, the same vehicle was observed exiting the neighborhood on Gateway Boulevard and now was occupied by two females and four males.

A DeSoto officer and Glenn Heights officer stopped the vehicle in a parking lot in the 1200 block of East Bear Creek Road, east of Gateway Boulevard.

The stolen Ruger was recovered from inside of the vehicle as was another handgun, a Glock 9-milimeter, which was later confirmed as stolen by the Lancaster Police Department.

The six occupants of the vehicle were subsequently taken into custody. One of the six was found to have three debit cards in his possession that did not belong to him. The debit cards were determined to come from a vehicle that belonged at a residence in the 1800 block of Highmeadow, which is also in the same neighborhood as Glencoe Drive. A pair of sunglasses were found inside of the vehicle that were determined to come out of a vehicle that was in the 1200 block of Yukon, again a street in the same neighborhood.

All of this property was taken without the effective consent of the owners. The ongoing investigation revealed that at least five vehicles had been burglarized. Those taken into custody are identified as:

• Anthony Aaron Pettis, a 20-year-old Lancaster resident

Charge No. 1: Engaging in organized criminal activity/burglary of vehicle, a state jail felony - $7,500 bond

Charge No. 2: Unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, a third degree felony - $10,000 bond

• Shon Anthony Miller, an 18-year-old Lancaster resident

Charge No. 1: Engaging in organized criminal activity/burglary of vehicle, a state jail felony - $7,500 bond

Charge No. 2: Theft of a firearm, a state jail felony, $7,500 bond

Charge No. 3: Fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, a state jail felony - $7,500 bond

• Eddie Lamont McBride Jr., a 19-year-old Lancaster resident

Charge No. 1: Engaging in organized criminal activity/burglary of vehicle, a state jail felony - $7,500 bond

Charge No. 2: Theft of a firearm, a state jail felony, $7,500 bond

• Eddrick Keyshawn McBride, a 17-year-old Lancaster resident

Charge No. 1: Engaging in organized criminal activity/burglary of vehicle, a state jail felony - $7,500 Bond

Charge No. 2: Theft of a firearm, a state jail felony, $7,500 bond

• Kristen Sheenique Williams, a 20-year-old Spring resident

Charge No. 1: Engaging in organized criminal activity/burglary of vehicle, a state jail felony - $7,500 bond

• A 16-year-old female juvenile

All five adults were transferred to the Dallas County Jail on Aug. 25, 2015. The juvenile was transported to the Henry Wade Juvenile Center on Monday.