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Two Crimes Solved by Placer County Sheriff’s Detectives

Placer County Sheriff’s detectives arrested the man wanted in connection with armed robberies at the Star Liquor in Loomis on Jan. 16 and the Penryn Valero Gas Station on Jan. 18.
Click here to listen to Public Information Officer Dena Erwin
Dwayne-Deshawn-Hargo

A surveillance photo from one of the robberies released by the Sheriff’s Office last week, was instrumental in identifying Dwayne Deshawn Hargo, 30, of Penryn.
Hargo’s was booked at the Placer County Jail today on two counts of armed robbery.
His bail is set at $ 100,000.

AND…

Placer County Sheriff’s detectives have arrested two Loomis boys for burglarizing the Stone Tree Liquor and Deli in Loomis early Sunday morning. Placer County Public Information Officer Dena Erwin says the burglary was caught on tape.
Click here to listen to Public Information Officer Dena Erwin

Fortunately a deputy recognized the boys from prior contact that night.
Click here to listen to Public Information Officer Dena Erwin

Detectives followed up on leads, which led to the arrests for breaking into the liquor store on Taylor Road. The boys and were booked at the Placer County Juvenile Hall in Auburn.

Placer County detectives are still searching for the suspects that stole the safe from the same store the juveniles burglarized in Loomis.
Click here to listen to Public Information Officer Dena Erwin

Link to Jan 26 Burglary Video (QuickTime movie)

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