Three Suspects Linked to Home Invasion, Burglaries and Robbery

Three Suspects Linked to Home Invasion, Burglaries and Robbery

FREMONT — So far, one man is in custody in connection with a three-city crime spree. A second man considered armed and dangerous remains at large, and a third suspect is yet to be identified.

All three suspected gang members allegedly committed a home invasion robbery, burglaries and a brutal robbery of a woman. The home invasion occurred on the 2000 block of Laurel Canyon Court in Fremont on May 5.

Victims were forced to lie on the floor, while firearms were pointed at them, and their home was ransacked. Two men stole multiple items and fled with a third suspect who was waiting in a parked car.

Tyler Spears, 23 of Antioch, was arrested by Fremont police in Vallejo on May 14. Spears is charged with five burglary and weapons-related felonies, and he is ineligible for release on bail.

Tyler and two other suspects are believed responsible for committing three other crimes—the same day as the home invasion –

• A residential burglary in Union City
• An attempted residential burglary in Fremont
• A robbery in San Francisco

Presently, the two other suspects remain at large. One is considered armed and dangerous—Vermond Jones, 21 of San Francisco. Jones is a repeat offender with prior convictions. Nevertheless, he was free on parole and probation.

In fact, Jones was wearing a court-mandated GPS ankle monitor tracking him during the crime spree. However, he subsequently disabled the tracking monitor.

Incredibly, Jones has six criminal cases pending in San Francisco for burglaries, robberies, vehicle thefts, and other crimes. He is also being sought by multiple police agencies for additional crimes.

Meanwhile, Fremont detectives are working to identify the third outstanding suspect for the crimes committed on May 5.

Three Suspects Linked to Home Invasion, Burglaries and Robbery was last modified: May 22nd, 2020 by admin
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Jim Emerson

Jim Emerson is a northern California writer covering crime and arrest related news in the Bay Area - focusing primarily on Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin counties.