DANVILLE, Calif. – Police in Danville have arrested a few people today related to an armed theft outside a Trader Joe’s.
The suspects robbed a gentleman of his Rolex at gunpoint as he was strolling out of Trader Joe’s on Railroad Avenue Friday afternoon, law enforcement said.
They allegedly held Glock and AR-kind weapons to take the view that was reportedly really worth $40,000, in accordance to authorities.
Gun retrieved by Danville police soon after Trader Joe’s armed robbery.
“When you can find a really serious crime, which almost never comes about right here, it truly is news,” mentioned resident Shiv Pathak. “It is really not one thing that is widespread.”
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Witnesses reported they noticed the thieves push away in a black Acura with a yellow “Child on Board” sticker. Law enforcement mentioned the same vehicle was applied in a latest theft in San Francisco.
The three suspects were being arrested after detectives situated the suspect automobile in Antioch.
One particular suspect is identified as 18-12 months-aged Leon Fountain of San Jose, who was booked into the Martinez Detention Facility on $380,000 bail. He is dealing with prices for armed robbery, conspiracy, taking part in a felony street gang and a number of weapons violations.
The other two suspects, who are juveniles, are not becoming determined.
Authorities are even now investigating.