Four teens were arrested by the Moreno Valley Police Department last week after responding to a call placed by robbery victims. The victims said they had been walking in the area of Moreno Rose Place when they were approached by a green Ford Mustang. The vehicle reportedly pulled up alongside the walkers when three young men exited the vehicle. The teens reportedly pulled a firearm, pointed it at the pedestrians and proceeded to demand wallets, cell phones and any other items of value they might have. They were also searched by the suspects, who then fled the scene.
Officers say they were able to locate the vehicle a short time later. Arresting units were dispatched, the Mustang was pulled over and the passengers were searched. The driver and his three passengers were later identified as being the teens involved in the robbery. A spokesperson for the department said the stolen property was recovered.
The suspects have been identified as Kevin Williams, Derek McGee, Brejawn Harris and William Evans. They were arrested and transported to the Larry D. Smith Correctional Facility in order to be booked into the system. The four face charges of felony use of a fire arm, conspiracy to commit a felony, second degree robbery, terrorist threats and assault with a deadly weapon. Bail has been set at $35,000.
The Riverside Sheriff’s Department website indicates Williams and Harris and Evans are still in custody.