5 arrested for armed robbery in the streets of Beverly Hills – CBS Los Angeles

Beverly Hills (Spela) — Five suspects have been arrested in connection with several armed street robberies this week in Beverly Hills.

The first of two burglaries occurred within a short distance of a block before 11 p.m. Monday in the areas of Elm Drive, Charleville Boulevard, Rexford Drive and Charleville Boulevard.

The two suspects escaped in a black SUV.

A few hours later, at 1:35 a.m. on Tuesday, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles police stopped a vehicle believed to be linked to the burglaries and detained two people, identified as 22-year-old Shenelle Tilla Lee Ryan and 25-year-old Judge Rashidmalik Gill. year old.

At approximately 4:20 p.m. Tuesday, a third armed robbery occurred on Beverly Boulevard and Doheny Drive. Responding police established a perimeter and arrested three suspects. Police said the suspects were carrying two pistols.

The suspects were identified as 37-year-old Lambert Laquilea, 19-year-old Isiah Hudson and a 16-year-old boy. Laquilia and Hasson are from Northern California.

Beverly Hills Police said none of the victims in any of the robberies were hurt.

The thefts that occurred on Monday are not believed to be related to those that occurred on Tuesday.

Rude burglaries and thefts have become a trend in the Los Angeles area in recent months.

On Sunday, the storefronts of Louis Vuitton, Saks Fifth Avenue on Rodeo Drive Was damaged by thieves crush and snatch, although there is no merchandise Taking.

Late Monday Night Nordstrom Store in The Grove in the Fairfax area Great swarm of thieves. Three suspects have been arrested after a police chase in South Los Angeles

Last robbery burglary and snatch Held Wednesday night at Nordstrom In Canoga Park in Westfield Topanga Mall.

Tuesday morning, A 23-year-old man was killed To help a woman who was being robbed outside a famous Hollywood restaurant.

Los Angeles police said the murder was likely linked to a range of “subsequent home burglaries” in which suspects brought victims home, usually from high-end restaurants or nightclubs, and stole jewelry, bags or other expensive items.

Police listed areas such as Melrose Avenue and the Los Angeles Jewelery District as places where these crimes originated.


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