The owner of a legitimate armed jewelry store in Southern California prevented four people from trying to kidnap him.
After 2:30 p.m. last Thursday, four suspects entered a jewelry store in Upland and sprayed bear spray on everyone inside. said the police. After the owner showed a legitimate firearm, the suspects flew in an escape car waiting outside. No one in the business was seriously injured.
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While working to identify and apprehend the suspects, investigators contacted San Bernardino County Sheriff Dertment – Chino Hills Station investigators, who said the suspects were also responsible for other recent robberies in Claremont and Chino Hills. said they had reason to believe that Upland PD also learned that most of the suspects involved in the robbery were linked to a local criminal street gang.
Meanwhile, Mountain Police identified the suspects ’car, and SBSO deputies found several suspects involved in the aforementioned thefts in Ontario, including three who were involved in an attempted robbery in the Mountains. Mountain police arrested a fourth suspect.
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The suspects were identified as Jonathan Williamson, 36, of Upland; Dalon La Flora, 29, a performer from Los Angeles; Gerald Kay, 30, actor from Fontana; and Jahaad Crawford, 30, have passed federal testing and an excellent order is required. Four people have been jailed in West Valley on various charges.
“Organized gangs raid businesses in the robbery, break the windows of the counters and quickly take away the goods. Investigators used an in-store surveillance video to help identify the men,” he said. Inland Valley Daily Newsletter reports.