Richmond, California – Early on Sunday morning, four men from Richmond were taken into custody in connection with three separate robberies that took place in Stockton on Saturday, each of which took place just minutes apart from one another.
21-year-old Irvin Adrian Servin-Corral, 23-year-old Jose Armando Servin-Corral, 26-year-old Juan Antonio Ramirez-Rodriguez, 26, and 21-year-old Isai Duran-Martinez, were all arrested and sent to the San Joaquin County Jail after being arrested in a parking lot in Vacaville.
A woman reportedly left a bank in the 1400 block of E. Hammer Lane at 11:28 a.m. and was entering her car when a man allegedly approached her.
The man allegedly smashed the window of the passenger door, grabbed the woman’s handbag by force, and then drove away in a gray SUV. The suspect was said to be a Black male who wore a black helmet, a black mask, and black attire, according to the police.
Twelve minutes later, police said a man was working as a cash delivery person in the 1500 block of St. Marks Plaza. The man was delivering money to an ATM at a nearby bank when he put a bag containing the cash on the ground next to him. Police allege that a man ran up to him, grabbed the bag of money, and fled in a silver SUV with tinted windows. The suspect was also described as a Black male wearing a mask and a dark hooded sweatshirt.
Seven minutes after the robbery, a bank employee in the 5500 block of N. Pershing Avenue exited the business with a satchel and got into his vehicle. Police said a suspect approached the victim’s car and stole the satchel. The victim confronted the suspect, but the suspect fled in a dark silver Cadillac SUV. Police described the suspect as a male of an unknown race, wearing a black ski mask and black clothing. Police said the robbery appeared to be related to the other two robberies.
Using a tracking device, officers said they were able to determine the active location of the stolen property and found it traveling away from Stockton.
The Vacaville police department found the suspect vehicle abandoned in a neighborhood and had it towed away.
The California Highway Patrol says that the four suspects were located and arrested in Fairfield.