UPDATE: The L.A. District Attorney's Office has charged four more people with felony residential burglary and upped the number of counts 18-year-old Nicholas Prugo of Calabasas is facing to seven.
Fellow suspects Alexis Neiers, 18, Roy Lopez Jr., 27, and Courtney Leigh Ames, 18, are facing one count apiece, while Diana Tamayo, 19, is facing two
Per court documents, Lopez and Ames were allegedly in on the Paris Hilton break-in, Neiers supposedly particpated in the Orlando Bloom heist, and Tamayo is on the hook for the Lindsay Lohan and Ashley Tisdale burglaries. Prugo allegedly took part in all (except Tisdale), plus burglarized the homes of Rachel Bilson, Megan Fox and Audrina Patridge.
Prugo is due to be arraigned Nov. 12, while his codefendants are due in court Nov. 16 (Neiers), Nov. 17 (Tamayo), Nov. 20 (Ames) and Nov. 23 (Lopez). All are currently free on bail since being arrested last week.
The investigation into suspect Rachel Lee is ongoing, per D.A. spokeswoman Jane Robison.
Good thing the Los Angeles Police Department isn't as sensitive to awkward topics as Lindsay Lohan is.
Adding to the ever-growing list of celebrity victims of the bizarre student burglar ring, the LAPD announced that Ashley Tisdale, Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green were the latest stars to have their home heists linked to the fashion-forward hooligans.
They're in such fine company as the celebrity victims previously identified: Lohan, Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Rachel Bilson and Audrina Patridge. Investigators say the suspects hit at least 10 residences, two of which were not famous people's (just apparently housing killer wardrobes).
"The celebrities had a couple of things in common," Officer Brett Goodkin said. "That they were celebrities, it was easy to find out where they live via the Internet, and that none of the celebrities knew any of the suspects in this crime."
Despite reports that recent burglaries of Kourtney Kardashian's and Stephanie Pratt's homes were perpetrated by the same gang, police said there wasn't enough evidence to connect the crimes to Kardashian's burglary. Officials declined to comment on the Pratt case.
Police are already working to get the stolen goods back, having succeeded in Hilton's case. (Thus answering the question of what, exactly, you get the girl who has everything: her stuff back.)
At a morning press conference, police showed photos of some of the heiress's recouped duds, including a Louis Vuitton camouflage bag and assorted bangles (including including rings, watches and necklaces). All of the items were returned to her last week.
So far roughly $2 million in cash and property has been recovered, leaving millions more still unaccounted for.
The LAPD is still investigating the burglary ring, which appears to have begun in late 2008. Today saw another publicly named suspect, bringing the alleged burglar total to seven.
Jonathan "Johnny Dangerous" Ajar, 27, is considered armed and dangerous.
He was already arrested on a felony charge on Sept. 30 but was released on $10,000 bail and his whereabouts are unknown.
—Additional reporting by Ashley Fultz
(Originally published Oct. 28, 2009, at 1:21 p.m. PT)
Don't miss what the not-so-talkative Lohan had to say about her burglars.