MENIFEE — A 19-yr-previous man suspected of stealing a Menifee boy’s bicycle, and threatening to shoot him if he didn’t let it go, was being held Thursday in lieu of $30,000 bail.
Jarmal Allen Rollins of Menifee was booked into the Byrd Detention Middle in Murrieta on Wednesday on suspicion of theft.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Sgt. Curt Harris alleged that the suspect was passing the intersection of Antelope and Newport roads about four:15 p.m. Monday when he stopped and confronted the 17-yr-previous sufferer, whose identify was withheld.
Rollins informed the boy, who was stopped for a pink mild, that he needed his bike and that if the youth didn’t give it up, he can be shot, Harris alleged.
The teenager surrendered the bike to the suspect, who threw it in his automotive and sped away, based on the sergeant.
Harris stated a deputy responded to the teenager’s 911 name a short while later and will see the “emotional trauma” inflicted by the theft, prompting the sympathetic lawman to “buy a alternative bike for him.”
Investigators recognized Rollins because the alleged offender inside forty eight hours and served a warrant at his residence Wednesday morning within the 29000 block of Camino Cristal, the place the suspect was taken into custody with out incident, in response to Harris.
He stated the stolen bike was seized from the suspect’s storage and returned to the sufferer.