APPLE VALLEY, CALIF.(VVNG.com)- Authorities have released the names of the four suspects arrested in connection with a home invasion robbery that occurred in Apple Valley.
On Saturday, October 29, 2016,at approximately 7:30 p.m., four male suspects forced entry to the victims’ residence in the
14000 block of Apple Valley Road by kicking the front door.
While inside, the suspects pointed guns at the victims and threatened to kill them. They also ransacked the residence looking for valuables and struck the victims with a handgun and fists, authorities said.
The suspects loaded the victims’ property into their vehicle and also stole one of the victims’ cars and fled the location.
Both victims later received medical treatment for injuries.
Deputies from the Apple Valley Police Station determined the victims’ vehicle was equipped with GPS. The stolen vehicle was tracked to the 12700 block of High Vista Street in the city of Victorville.
The Sheriff’s aviation unit located the stolen vehicle in that area and observed several subjects standing around it. Upon deputies’ arrival, all subjects ran from the car.
Two suspects later identified as James Garrett, 27, and Saffarr Williams, 18, both residents of Apple Valley were apprehended in the neighborhood.
Sheriff’s Aviation saw two additional subjects run into the residence at 12750 High Vista Street.
Deputies established a perimeter and made announcements for the occupants to exit the residence. Some of the residents exited the house. It was determined at least one of the outstanding suspects was still inside. Deputies from the Specialized Enforcement Division (SED) were requested and responded to the location.
After several hours, Robert Clark, 28, walked out of the residence and was taken into custody.
On Sunday, at about 7:00 a.m., SWAT team members made entry into the home and located Tyshon Harmon, 21, hiding in the attic of the residence. The victims’ vehicle was recovered at Clark’s home. Some of the victims’ property was recovered from another car parked at the location.
The investigation is ongoing, anyone with information regarding this incident is urged to contact Detective Jonathan Andersen at the Apple Valley Police Department . Callers wishing to remain anonymous are urged to contact the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or you may leave information on the We-Tip website at www.wetip.com