A Colton man has been arrested in connection with the robbery of a Perris pharmacy where three masked gunmen stole cash and drugs, a sergeant said today.
David Winston, 48, was arrested Friday, and was the last of four suspects sought after Tuesday morning’s armed robbery of the drug store on West Nuevo Road, just east of Interstate 215.
Three armed men wearing ski masks and hooded sweatshirts entered the pharmacy, ordered the pharmacist to lie on the floor and forced a customer to the back during the robbery.
They all fled in a tan 1997 Buick Regal driven by a black woman with braided hair, Riverside County sheriff’s Sgt. Ryan Hoxmeier said.
Deputies gathered up enough information by Thursday and served a search warrant in the 3700 block of Mirage Road in Perris, where they found the getaway Buick.
Deputies also recovered nearly all of the stolen property, including the drugs, Hoxmeier said.
Three Perris residents, Trenessa Baker, 21, Shaun Antez Kirkland, 21, and Deandre Da Shae Jackson, 35, were arrested Thursday.
Baker posted $30,000 bail and was released Friday, but Kirkland, who was arrested on a parole violation and other alleged crimes that included kidnapping and robbery, remained in jail, according to online jail records.
Jackson’s name did not appear in jail records.
Winston was booked on no-bail warrant alleging robbery, kidnapping and conspiracy, jail records showed.