Six juveniles arrested in connection to East Bay robberies

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BRENTWOOD (KRON) — Two East Bay law enforcement agencies arrested six juveniles that were connected to a series of armed robberies in two towns, according to police.

According to Antioch and Brentwood police, the first robbing occurred at about 7:50 p.m. when an unidentified suspect shot one of the windows in a structure with a pellet gun along the 3300 block of Camby Road in Antioch.

A following report came about 8:25 p.m. when unidentified suspects wearing clown masks and armed with handguns robbed a pizza delivery person near the intersection of Johnson and Gentrytown in Antioch.

Police said the items that were stolen was a cell phone and a wallet; the delivery man was unharmed.

A third report came about at 11:40 p.m. when a Brentwood resident parked in front of her house in the 1200 block of Picadilly Lane when a black 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix stopped next to her. Police said a male victim wearing a ski mask and pointing a handgun emerged from the car and demanded her purse and cell phone.

The male suspect quickly fled the scene. The female victim was not harm, and she was able to call 911 and provide them with a license plate number.

Both Antioch and Brentwood police agencies were actively involved in this investigation.

An Antioch officer located the suspected vehicle, and a pursuit ensued. According to officers, objects were being thrown from the car. Shortly after a high-risk stop occurred and six male juveniles were taken into custody without incident.

After investigating the vehicle officers discovered all items that were stolen inside the vehicle.

All six juveniles were booked into the Contra Costa County Juvenile Detention Facility on robbery charges.

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