The victims or deceased names are not mentioned in the provided text. : “Two Suspects Arrested for Series of Armed Robberies Targeting Southern California Residents”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Two individuals have been apprehended by the Beverly Hills Police Department in connection with a string of armed robberies that targeted residents in Southern California. The suspects have been identified as 21-year-old Justice Bloodworth from Los Angeles and 23-year-old Cameron Woods-Harvey from Long Beach.

According to authorities, the armed robberies took place between July and October of this year, primarily in Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Victims who were wearing luxury watches and jewelry were specifically targeted by the thieves.

The suspects are believed to be responsible for at least six robberies throughout Los Angeles County, as well as a home invasion robbery in Brea. The Beverly Hills police worked in collaboration with various agencies, including the Santa Monica Police Department, L.A. County Sheriff’s Department West Hollywood Division, L.A. Police Department Robbery-Homicide Division, LA IMPACT, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, to track down the culprits.

The joint investigation led to the execution of multiple search warrants across Southern California and Flagstaff, Arizona. As a result, law enforcement authorities were able to recover stolen property belonging to two of the victims. This evidence has proven crucial in linking the suspects to the crimes and providing leads for the ongoing investigation.

Among the items discovered during the search warrants were six guns, including assault weapons, stolen luxury watches, fine jewelry, and other valuable belongings. On October 12, Bloodworth was taken into custody and charged with four counts of robbery, one count of conspiracy, and one count of felony reckless evading. It was also revealed that Bloodworth had been released on bail for several other armed robberies prior to his arrest. He is currently being held without bail.

Woods-Harvey, on the other hand, was arrested on October 27 in Arizona. He faces three counts of conspiracy and two counts of weapons-related charges. Woods-Harvey awaits extradition back to Los Angeles County and is currently held in the Coconino County Jail on a $235,000 bail.

Authorities are urging anyone with information regarding these robberies to contact the Beverly Hills police at 310-285-2125. Anonymous tips can also be submitted by texting “BHPDALERT” followed by the relevant information to 888777. Alternatively, the public can reach out to Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477 or submit tips online at

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