Redwood City: Fourth arrest made in April home-invasion robbery

REDWOOD CITY – Authorities on Tuesday announced a fourth arrest in a home-invasion robbery earlier this year in Redwood City.

The U.S. Marshals Service Pacific Southwest Regional Fugitive Task Force arrested the 31-year-old suspect Sept. 7 in Tehama County, according to the Redwood City Police Department. He was transported to San Mateo County jail on Sept. 10.

The robbery was reported around 10:30 p.m. April 22 on the 1700 block of Oak Avenue. The suspects shot a male victim with a stun gun and hit a female victim with a handgun, police said.

Police said the suspects then ransacked the home and escaped with a safe, a purse and watches.

The male victim was treated at the scene and the female victim was taken to a hospital.

Detectives identified four suspects using evidence collected at the scene, police said. They then conducted surveillance of the suspects’ homes and obtained search and arrest warrants.

On Aug. 4, detectives served the warrants and took three of the four suspects into custody without incident. The suspects – ages 32, 30 and 19 – were booked into jail on charges of armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, assault with serious bodily injury and exhibiting a firearm.

Detectives also seized an AR-15 rifle, a bolt-action rifle, a 9mm semi-automatic pistol, a.45 caliber semi-automatic pistol, gun parts, ammunition and other evidence, including body armor and U.S currency, linking the suspects to the home-invasion robbery, police said.

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Anyone with information related to the case can contact Detective Victor Figueroa at 650-780-7129 or the tip line at 650-780-7110.

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