A San Bernardino County Sheriff’s news release:
“On Saturday, July 29, 2013 the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department received a call of an armed robbery at a residence. A female resident reported she pulled into the driveway of her home and was robbed at gunpoint by a [male subject].
Rancho Cucamonga Detectives learned later that [the same suspect along with two other suspects] had robbed a woman in an apartment carport in Upland earlier the same day. Detectives also learned the suspects attempted to use the victims’ credit cards, ATM cards, and checks at various businesses, and they continued to follow up leads.
In August, Rancho Cucamonga Detectives identified the suspects involved and on August 9, 2013 they took Jonathan Wattie,32, from Whittier and Amanda Castro, 22, from Pomona into custody at a trailer park in Rowland Heights.
Detectives recovered a gun and an identification badge issued to a West Covina councilman. West Covina Police detectives were contacted and confirmed their councilman had been robbed by the same suspects the previous evening in his driveway. On Monday, August 12, 2013 Rancho Cucamonga Detectives and Multiple Enforcement Team deputies, partnered with West Covina Police, took Rodney Diondre Morris, 21, from Los Angeles into custody in Los Angeles.
Detectives believe the suspects committed additional robberies, and urge anyone with information about this investigation or the suspects involved to contact the Rancho Cucamonga Station, Detective Division at (909)477-2800.”