Monthslong Investigation Leads to 4 Arrests in Connection to Violent Armed Robbery at Jurupa Valley Business

After months of investigation, detectives made multiple arrests in a violent armed robbery in Jurupa Valley that left several victims with gunshot wounds and suffering from life-threatening injuries, officials announced on Friday.

Four men were arrested over the past two months in connection to an Aug. 28, 2019, armed robbery at a marijuana dispensary in the 2700 block of Rubidoux Boulevard, according to a news release from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.

Andrew Cage (top left), Tyrale Holley (top right), Kevin Washington (bottom left) and Maurice Whitley (bottom right) arrested between Nov. 2019 and Jan. 2020. (Credit: Riverside County Sheriff's Department)

Andrew Cage (top left), Tyrale Holley (top right), Kevin Washington (bottom left) and Maurice Whitley (bottom right) arrested between Nov. 2019 and Jan. 2020. (Credit: Riverside County Sheriff’s Department)

Tyrale Holley, 32; Kevin Washington, 28; Maurice Whitely, 32; and Andrew Cage, 31, were all arrested on suspicion of attempted murder with a firearm, armed robbery with a firearm, criminal street gang membership and conspiracy.

Detectives began reviewing surveillance video from the establishment in October and were able to identify four men in the video as the culprits.

After further investigation, and after all four men were identified, it was found that all four were documented members of a local criminal street gang, the department said.

Task force officers obtained several search warrants over the course of several months and, with the assistance of the Sheriff’s Department’s SWAT team, searched and seized evidence from the four suspects’ residences that connected them to the earlier crime, according to the department.

Holley was arrested Nov. 11, Washington was arrested Dec. 6, Whitley was arrested Dec. 26 and Cage was arrested on Jan. 2, according to jail records.

All four men were being held at the Robert Presley Detention Center and set to go before a judge in January.

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