Two Suspects in Custody for Convenience Store Murders, Third Suspect at Large
PITTSBURG — Three persons are facing charges for the murders of two women in front of a convenience store last year. Two suspects have been taken into custody, and a third suspect remains at large.
Both victims were fatally shot September 19 at 6:30 a.m., while sitting inside a parked car outside a 7-Eleven store. This happened at 4600 Century Boulevard.
The victims were 23-year-old San Leandro resident Courtnee Allen, and 21-year-old Pittsburg resident Angelique Abercrombie. They died from gunshot wounds in their torsos.
An extensive inquiry was conducted by the Pittsburg PD investigations division and PPD vice squad. After several months of investigation and numerous interviews, detectives identified three suspects.
Jordan P. Crear, 20 of Antioch, was located and arrested by Pittsburg PD at his home on February 9. Crear was identified as the suspect who shot and killed the two women.
Crear faces two charges for murder and conspiracy to commit a crime, with enhancements. He remains behind bars at the Martinez Detention Facility in lieu of $7 million bond.
Destiny Boyd, 22 of Sacramento, was arrested by Pittsburg PD in Elk Grove on February 2. Her charges include murder first-degree, and conspiracy to commit a crime, with enhancements.
She is being held at the Martinez Detention Facility in lieu of $3 million bond. The third suspect still at large is Lonnie Stewart, a 28-year-old resident of Antioch. A $3 million warrant has been issued for Stewart, and detectives are working to locate him. He also faces charges for murder with enhancements.