“Malik Donyae Patt. 20, and 44-year-old Jason Lamont Payne were arrested around 1:10 p.m. in Los Angeles”
Leslie previously wrote about the latest horrific result of Los Angeles’ Soros-backed District Attorney George Gascón’s “decarceration” policies: “Gascónistan: Deadly Crime Wave Hit Los Angeles Area 7-Eleven Stores On 7/11.”
The deadly robbery spree resulted in two deaths and three people injured. Two suspects have been arrested: 20-year-old Malik Donyae Patt and 44-year-old Jason Lamont Payne.
Southern California 7-Eleven armed robbery suspects arrested following deadly crime spree, police say https://t.co/aM1Ed5xXMO
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 15, 2022
Two suspects have been arrested in connection with a string of 7-Eleven armed robberies in Southern California that left two people dead and three others injured this week.
Malik Donyae Patt. 20, and 44-year-old Jason Lamont Payne were arrested around 1:10 p.m. in Los Angeles, officials said. Agents with a task force had been following them before they were taken into police custody. On [sic] of them was taken to a hospital because of injuries during the arrest and the other was taken to the Santa Ana Police Department.
“This was a reign of terror,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said during a Friday evening joint news conference with multiple law enforcement agencies.
He said he plans to file murder charges against the suspects by Monday with other charges pending. Los Angeles police Deputy Chief Alan Hamilton also revealed that a July 9 fatal shooting has been linked to the 7-Eleven robberies.
The crime spree targeting the convenience store chain began Monday and spread throughout three counties. In total, there were six robberies that occurred in Brea, La Habra, Ontario, Santa Ana, Upland and Riverside.
. . . . Another armed robbery occurred in Riverside and a customer was shot in the head, police said. In Santa Ana, a 24-year-old man was found dead in the store parking lot with a gunshot wound to his upper body.
Matthew Rule, 24, was shot trying to intervene in a robbery, Santa Ana Police Chief David Valentin told reporters.
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