Press release - Assault with Deadly Weapon, Attempted Robbery, Terrorist Threats, Dissuading Victim or Witness

Published 4/4/2011 (all press releases for this day)


Jeri Williams
Chief of Police
Oxnard Police Department

R. Jason Benites
Assistant Chief

Scott Whitney
Assistant Chief

OXNARD POLICE DEPARTMENT

PRESS RELEASE

INCIDENT: 245(a)(1) PC- Assault with Deadly Weapon (Knife)
664/211 PC- Attempted Robbery
422 Terrorist Threats
136.1 PC-Dissuading Victim or Witness
DATE/TIME: 4-3-2011 @ 0555 hours
LOCATION: Colonia Ave & Hayes Ave
VICTIM(S): Male, 44 years old, Oxnard (Name Withheld)
SUSPECT(S): S-1 – Hispanic Male, 18 years, thin build, short hair, clean shaven, wearing a gray or white “T” shirt and black shorts
S-2 – Hispanic Male, early 20's, tall and thin build, wearing a brown “T” shirt and black shorts.
WITNESS(ES): N/A
SUSPECT VEHICLE(S): N/A
LOSS: N/A
PREPARED BY: Detective Steven Funk (805) 385-7796 or stevenfunk@oxnardpd.org
CONTACT PERSON &
CONTACT INFO:
Detective Steven Funk (805) 385-7796 or stevenfunk@oxnardpd.org

DETAILS: 

On 4-3-2011 at approximately 0555 hours the victim was walking south bound from his residence in the 300 block of North Hayes Ave to the Panderia Lupita so that he could meet a friend to take him to work as a field laborer.

The victim was in the area of Hayes Ave and Colonia Ave when he was approached by two subjects. The first subject pointed a knife at the chest of the victim and demanded money from him while telling him not to move. The victim was able to grab the knife and break off the blade without injuring himself. The second subject struck the victim in his face causing a minor laceration.

The victim was able to run towards his residence where he was again confronted by the suspects who told him not to contact police. The suspects were last seen running north bound on Hayes Ave in the 300 block.

The victim was transported to Saint John’s hospital with minor injuries.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Detective Steven Funk at 805-385-77965 or you may leave a message on the Violent Crimes Hotline at 805-982-7070. To give an anonymous tip, call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477).
An investigation is ongoing.



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