Suspects in Brazen Elk Grove Jewelry Store Robbery Identified

Elk Grove Police has released the names of the five suspects in yesterdays brazen armed robbery of Elk Grove's Guzzi Fine Jewelry yest...

Elk Grove Police has released the names of the five suspects in yesterdays brazen armed robbery of Elk Grove's Guzzi Fine Jewelry yesterday afternoon.

The five suspects are:
Leandre Jackson, 21-years old
Sir-Nikko Phillips, 20-years old
Lorenzo McCoy, 20-years old
Quann Brown, 19-years old
David Martinez, 21-years old

According to police reports, officers responded to the the Elk Grove Blvd. location regarding a call of suspicious activity at Guzzi’s Fine Jewelers. As officers were responding, they received an additional call that an armed robbery had just taken place.
Suspect Leandre Jackson is also wanted by Alameda County.
One of the suspects entered the store and brandished a handgun at the female employee. The suspect struck the employee in the face with the gun then ordered her to the floor and struck her again.

Suspect Leandre Jackson then buzzed in three additional suspects into the business. The suspects broke several display cases and removed jewelry and money from the store.

The caller indicated that the suspects had fled in what was described as a red Ford Taurus with paper plates. Responding officers located the described vehicle a short distance away and attempted to conduct an enforcement stop.

The driver of the vehicle did not yield and led officers on a short pursuit that terminated in Elk Grove Blvd. Wal Mart parking lot. The suspect vehicle collided with a parked car and the five suspects fled on foot.

Four of the suspects were quickly taken into custody in the parking lot. Another suspect fled into a residential neighborhood and was eventually located.

A search of the getaway vehicle led to the discovery of two loaded handguns and property stolen from the business. The suspects were also found to be in possession of stolen property.

The five suspects were later arrested then transported to the main jail. The employee suffered a visible injury to her face and received medical treatment at the scene.

Jackson was also found to have an no-bail felony warrant from Alameda county.

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Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend said...

Destination City, South-Sac style. Stronger Neighborhoods.

someone who used to care said...

Nice job, EGPD! Well done!

Mr. Haney said...

Job well done EGPD!

Lets hope the EGPD can respond like this in the future once the city expands and all the reserves are drained. Enjoy our safety while we can!

Anonymous said...

Forget becoming like South Sac, we are South Sac.

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