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Saturday, 2 February 2008

Patrick Booker, Kenneth Lamar Tucker,Reginald Edward Crutchfield

Three men have been arrested on suspicion of stealing about 50 guns in a brazen armed attack at a Riverside gun store earlier this week.
Police are still searching for a fourth robber and some of the guns taken in Monday evening's armed robbery of Centerfire Firearms. Riverside police detectives worked around the clock to find the robbers and guns, police spokesman Steven Frasher said.
He does not know if this crime was gang related, or if there was a fifth person driving the getaway car, but police are investigating these possibilities. One of the robbers was seen on a video of the robbery talking on a cell phone, Riverside police Sgt. Mark Rossi said.
Four men armed with handguns rushed into the store in the 3500 block of Central Avenue about 6 p.m. Monday, ordered three customers and three employees to the floor, stuffed about 50 guns from display cases into backpacks and sped away in a black sedan, Riverside police Sgt. Leon Phillips said.
Police on Wednesday followed one suspect from Mead Valley to Mission Grove Center, where he was arrested on suspicion of robbing the gun store and conspiring to commit the robbery, according to a news release from the Riverside Police Department. The man was identified in the police press release as Kenneth Lamar Tucker, 20, of Riverside.
Police found at least one of the guns stolen in the robbery at Tucker's home, Frasher said.
On Thursday, police served search warrants in La Sierra and Moreno Valley, according to the release.
At the same time, the police gang unit and other officers arrested two men at a motel on Sunnymead Boulevard in Moreno Valley, the release stated. They were identified by police as Reginald Edward Crutchfield, 20, of Moreno Valley, and Patrick Booker, 19, of Riverside, the release stated.


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