Four robbers randomly pick victims until arrested

Four robbers randomly pick victims until arrested

SAN FRANCISCO – On the afternoon of Sunday April 19, the San Francisco Police received two separate calls about robberies that occurred on the street within half an hour.

The first incident involved a 55-year-old victim who was walking his dog in the 800 block of O’Farrell Street. A car pulled up and the people inside called him to come over.

He didn’t, but instead tried to walk away. Two males in the car got out, assaulted the victim, took some of his property and left.

About a half hour later, a 14-year-old boy reported that he was walking in the 1100 block of Lake Street when two males came up to him, showed him their knife and demanded he hand over some of his belongings.

The two suspects got into a waiting vehicle and drove away.

By this time, a description of the vehicle was given to officers and broadcast out.

In about 10 minutes an officer spotted it at Fulton avenue and Great Highway. A traffic stop ensued and the detention of four suspects without incident followed.

Inside of their car was “items of evidence linking them to the two (previous) incidents.”

21-year-old Carlos Pavon, 32-year-old Fernando Aguiellra and 28-year-old Mayra Rosaibarra were all booked and charged with robbery, stolen property and conspiracy.

24-year-old Jose Marroqin was charged with robbery, conspiracy, stolen property, probation violation and driving without a license.




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