General Crime

* Santa Rosa Arrest Jason Anglero-Wyrick,Ronald Pereira, Justin Iba, In Connection To Burglary,Carjacking

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Police have arrested three men on charges related to a robbery, carjacking and burglary earlier this month, according to the Santa Rosa Police Department.Arrested were Jason Anglero-Wyrick, 24, for carjacking and burglary, Ronald Pereira, 18, for possession of stolen property and burglary, and Justin Iba, 25, for possession of stolen property and an outstanding felony warrant, police said.All three were booked into Sonoma County jail in lieu of $200,000 bail.The May 18 robbery and carjacking occurred just before 11 p.m. outside a Fast and Easy Market at 2101 College Ave., police said.Two men approached a Santa Rosa resident, brandished a shotgun and demanded the keys to his 2008 Honda and his money,according to police.The victim complied and the suspects ordered him to run from the scene as they sped off in his vehicle, police said.The next day, Sebastopol police responded to a burglar alarm at a medical marijuana outlet called Peace and Medicine at 6771 Sebastopol Ave.The burglary suspects were caught on digital video and closely matched the suspects in the carjacking from the previous day, police said.Additionally, the suspects possessed a shotgun that also matched the description of the gun used in the carjacking, according to police.On May 22, officers located the stolen vehicle at 973 Aston Ave. The officers also saw several people who closely matched the suspect descriptions coming and going from a residence on Payson Way within 100 yards of the parked vehicle, police said.At about 9:15 p.m. that day, detectives observed three men leaving the residence. Two of the men walked to the Honda and drove away.A traffic stop of the vehicle was conducted and its two occupants, Pereira and Iba, were taken into custody, police said.A search warrant was later served at the Payson Street residence.Inside the home police found evidence from both the carjacking and burglary,police said. Anglero-Wyrick was arrested at the residence as well, police said.

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