UPDATE 10/4 – According to public court records, during an October 4, 2018, court hearing, a judge sentenced Tryck Aggers to 7 years in state prison with credit for 338 days of time served and 51 days of conduct credit. Aggers pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery, assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury, and great bodily injury. His other charges were dropped as part of his plea deal.
HESPERIA, Calif. (news release) Hesperia Detectives arrested Tyryck Aggers, 19, of Hesperia for a violent residential robbery that occurred in September 2017, officials said Tuesday afternoon.
On September 23, 2017 at approximately 4:50 a.m. deputies were dispatched to the 18000 block of Pitache Street in the City of Hesperia regarding a report of a residential robbery.
Deputies arrived on scene and learned a suspect had entered the residence while an elderly husband and wife were inside the home sleeping
The husband awoke and confronted the suspect, “a struggle occurred between the male victim and the suspect when the suspect brutally attacked him,” sheriff officials said. The wife, who attempted to intervene was also violently attacked by the suspect.
The suspect fled the scene on foot and despite the use of a K-9 he was never located.
The couple was transported to a local hospital where they were treated for injuries sustained during the robbery, later released, and are continuing to recover.
Through an investigation, Hesperia Detectives learned that prior to this incident a male subject, Tyryck Aggers, had come to the couple’s residence looking to solicit work. Aggers was then identified as a person of interest and possible suspect.
As the investigation continued, Detectives were able to locate Aggers. A search warrant was authored and served and property that was taken from the victims taken during the robbery was located. Aggers was arrested on November 1, 2017 and booked into the High Desert Detention Center for P.C. 212.5, robbery, where he remains in custody.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Hesperia Station, Detective Division at (760)947-1500. Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to call the We-tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip Hotline at www.wetip.com.