OAKLAND — Officers investigating an armed robbery in Oakland implicated three suspects to another armed robbery in San Francisco. They were arrested for both robberies, along with a fourth suspect—the alleged getaway driver.
The robbery in San Francisco happened at a popular tourist area. Canadian filmmakers were robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot atop Twin Peaks. It has renown views of San Francisco and the East Bay Hills, including downtown Oakland.
Seems the Oakland robbery victims tracked a GPS signal from their personal property and notified police. The Oakland robbery occurred March 28, three days after the film crew heist in San Francisco.
All four suspects were arrested by Oakland PD earlier this month. Some camera equipment stolen from the filmmakers in San Francisco was recovered.
Deleon Miller, 22 of Oakland, remains in custody at Santa Rita Jail in lieu of $835,000 bond. Miller faces a long list of charges including second-degree robbery. Miller has prior convictions for armed robbery and felony weapon possession, and he was on probation.
Torrion King, 21 of Vallejo, is ineligible for release on bond from the jailhouse. He faces second-degree robbery and numerous other charges. King has prior arrests for burglary, robbery, and weapons.
Teddy M. Williams, 18 of Oakland, remains behind bars in lieu of $1 million bond. Williams faces charges for second-degree robbery and possession of a machine gun, among other offenses.
The alleged getaway driver, 19-year-old Edward R. Johnson Jr., is ineligible for release on bond. Johnson faces second-degree robbery, weapons, and numerous other charges.