3 Moval residents indicted in Connection With Series of Inland Empire AutoZone Robberies
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A federal grand jury indicted two men and a woman from Moreno Valley on Friday for their alleged roles in a series of armed robberies last year at AutoZone stores throughout San Bernardino and Riverside counties, authorities said.
From left: Dashon Raymond White, 24; Daeon Raishawn Cox, 19; and Jada Shardae Allen, 18, are seen in photos released by Riverside police on Dec. 14, 2018.
Daeon Raishawn Cox, 20, Dashon Raymond White, 24, and Jada Shardae William, 18, all of Moreno Valley, were named in the 13-count indictment, U.S. Department of Justice spokeman Ciaran McEvoy said in a written statement.
The indictment alleges the trio used guns including an AR-15-style rifle to carry out at least eight robberies at AutoZone stores in Riverside, San Bernardino, Fontana, Redlands, Hemet and Grand Terrace.
Detectives are looking into the suspects’ possible ties to at least five additional AutoZone robberies, Riverside Police Department officials said shortly after their arrests in December.
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