Three Suspects Arrested for Incycle Robbery

Three Suspects Arrested for Incycle Robbery
Posted on 03/19/2019
The three suspects captured on video surveillance robbing the Inycle store (12345 Mountain Avenue), then running over a female employee, were taken into custody yesterday in the cities of Frazier Park and Taft.

After an extensive investigation including follow up on multiple leads, Detectives learned that the same suspects were involved in similar burglaries throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties. This information subsequently led to the identification and arrest of Ronald Wolfe – age 20 of Frazier Park, Kyle Stewart – age 27 of Taft, and Nichole Stewart – age 23 of Taft. During the service of the search warrant in Taft, the 2011 GMC Sierra that was used in the commission of the crime was located and seized along with other evidence linking the suspects to the crime.

The robbery took place on February 12, 2019, at approximately 4:17 p.m. when two male suspects entered Incycle, took a bike valued at $10,000, then fled in a GMC Sierra truck driven by a female. A female employee attempted to stop the suspects and was run over, suffering critical injuries to her head and torso. Images and video of the suspects were captured on store and shopping center surveillance. The suspects were also seen at the Incycle in San Dimas earlier that day, possibly casing the location. 

The female victim was hospitalized with significant injuries but has since been released.

All three suspects were booked at the West Valley Detention Center for robbery, conspiracy, and attempted murder.

The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Carrino at (909) 334-3005 or ccarrino@chinopd.org.