The victims or deceased names are not mentioned in the provided text. : “Beverly Hills Police Arrest Two Suspects Connected to String of Robberies”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Beverly Hills police have made a significant breakthrough in their investigation into a series of armed robberies that have plagued residents of Los Angeles and Orange County over the past four months. Two suspects have been arrested and are believed to be connected to the string of crimes that primarily targeted individuals for their luxury watches and jewelry. Additionally, there is a connection to a home invasion robbery in the city of Brea.

The Beverly Hills Police Department released a statement confirming the arrests and their coordination efforts with various law enforcement agencies, including the Santa Monica Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Los Angeles Police Department, LA IMPACT, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. Through the execution of multiple search warrants in California and Flagstaff, Arizona, investigators were able to identify the suspects responsible for at least six robberies in Los Angeles County.

During the arrests, detectives successfully recovered stolen property from two victims who were robbed in Beverly Hills. The seized items included luxury watches and jewelry, as well as six guns, including assault weapons. This evidence not only linked the suspects to other crimes but also provided crucial leads for the ongoing investigation.

The two suspects have been identified as 21-year-old Justice Bloodworth from Los Angeles and 23-year-old Cameron Woods-Harvey from Long Beach. Bloodworth has been charged with four counts of robbery, one count of conspiracy, and one count of felony reckless evading. He was already out on bail for a series of armed robberies when the additional crimes were committed. He is currently in custody with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and is being held without bail.

Woods-Harvey faces three counts of conspiracy and two weapons charges. He was arrested in Arizona on October 27 and is awaiting extradition to Los Angeles County. His bail has been set at $235,000.

The Beverly Hills Police Department is urging anyone with additional information about these crimes to contact their investigators at (310) 285-2125.

This successful collaboration between law enforcement agencies highlights their commitment to ensuring the safety and security of Southern California residents. The arrests of these two suspects bring hope that the wave of armed robberies that has plagued the region may finally come to an end.

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