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Orland Calif.— 4/16/18 The Orland Police Department says over the weekend, they've identified all four suspects have been identified since they've been taken into custody.
Brandon Bailey of Citrus Heights, Rasheed Jamale Jr Muhammad of Sacramento, Robert Brady of Alameda and a 16-year-old male from Fresno.
Orland Police say they're working with other Northern California law enforcement agencies.
Orland Calif.—4/12/18 According to the Orland Police Department Facebook page, Orland Police responded to a robbery at Orland CVS Pharmacy Thursday evening around 5:30 p.m.
Witnesses reported seeing 3 adult back males entering the store, rushing the pharmacy counter where they stole prescription narcotics, and medication.
The tree suspects fled the store to a nearby red 2016 Ford Fusion, where another back male was waiting.
They fled the area in the Ford southbound on Interstate 5.
The Ford was found in south Glenn County, but the driver failed to yield to the officers trying to stop the car.
Police pursued the Ford into Colusa County until it crashed on Delevan Road near Sutton Road.
The four suspects in the Ford fled the scene of the accident on foot into neighboring fields.
All four were caught by police and apprehended.
The stolen narcotics and prescription medication were all recovered along with other evidence of the robbery.
According to Police the suspects are not cooperating and have not been fully identified.
It appears that the four of them and the Ford they were in are all out of Sacramento area.
The incident is under an active investigation, and Action News Now will work to get you more information as it becomes available.
Rasheed Jamale Muhammed Jr
Robert Michael Brady Jr.
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