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5-Day Crime Spree Ends at Disneyland

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This Monrovia man was arrested last week at Disneyland following a five-day crime spree that began on September 19th. After carjackings, home-invasion robberies and an attempted murder, the 27-year-old Anthony Hislar visited Disneyland with a couple of people before his arrest just outside the park (was he there rewarding himself or something?). LA County Sheriff's tipped off the Anaheim Police saying that Hislar was at the park. Police found him leaving the park and followed him from there.