A man was arrested Saturday for allegedly ransacking several rooms during the burglary of a Hemet steakhouse, according to police.
Dispatchers received a call at 2:42 p.m. Oct. 12 about two suspected homeless men causing a disturbance in the back of the business in the 300 block of North San Jacinto Street, according to police.
When officers pulled up to the location they found one of the men, Claude Clarke, with a pair of plastic pour spouts on him. Officers then checked inside the restaurant and found some property placed outside the front door and several rooms that had been ransacked, Hemet police reported.
A suspect, Victor Juan Servin, 29, was found hiding under a table and was later booked for suspicion of second degree burglary and other charges.
Servin remained in custody today in lieu of $5,000 bail, jail records showed. Clarke was arrested for suspicion of public drunkenness, police said.