Three arrested in botched robbery attempt

Three arrested in botched robbery attempt

BAKERSFIELD — Three men were arrested early Tuesday morning in connection with a robbery at a local market earlier in the week that left one suspect shot in the head.

Alejandro Jacabo, 26, Miguel Segrua, 30, and Luis Jacabo, 22, all of Bakersfield have were booked into the Kern County Jail on charges of robbery, conspiracy, participation in a criminal street gang and assault with a deadly weapon.

According to the Bakersfield Police Department, all three men, along with a fourth unidentified suspect who is recovering at Kern Medical Center, entered the Mi Tierra Market located at 300 South Owens Street in southeast Bakersfield intent on robbing it on Monday, Dec. 30, 2013.

Once inside, one of the men used a cell phone to simulate a firearm, ordering the store employees to the ground and told one clerk to put his hands in the air, officers said.

Instead, the clerk immediately grabbed a handgun and fired a single round, striking one of the suspects in the head.

After reviewing store surveillance video, officers were able to corroborated the clerk’s statement and following a brief  investigation were able to identify and locate the suspects after serving a search warrant at a residence in the 100 block of Kincaid Street early Tuesday morning.

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