Attempted Armed Robbery with a Shotgun

Release Date/Time: 9/21/2014 9:54 PM

Incident: Attempted Armed Robbery with a Shotgun

Report #: 14-091120

Date: Sunday, 9/21/2014

Time: 8:33 AM

Location: 1395 Nogal Drive - Natividad Creek Park

Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery in progress at Natividad Creek Park.  One officer arrived within 30 seconds and met with the victim.  The victim was walking through the park when three Hispanic Male Adults approached. One of the suspects, Jimmy Little Rodriguez, 18, was armed with a shotgun. He pointed it at the victims head and demanded his wallet and money.  The victim refused to cooperate.  The victim was able to run away.  A witness directed officers to an area of the park leading up to Nogal Drive.  All three subjects, including Rodriguez, were located.  The shotgun was recovered in the park.  Rodriguez appears to be the only one of the three involved in the crime.  The other two subjects were identified and later released.  Rodriguez was booked into the Monterey County Jail for attempted robbery, probation violation, being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Release Authorized by: Commander David Crabill

Telephone: (831) 758-7250

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