Azusa carjacking suspects jailed following crash in San Bernardino

Two men and a 17-year-old boy in a stolen car were arrested Tuesday after a chase that ended with a crash in San Bernardino.
Officers also found a loaded 9mm handgun in the late model Scion which had been taken during a carjacking in Azusa Tuesday morning.
Azusa Police Sgt. Andy Sutcliffe said a resident walked out of a business in the 400 block of South Citrus Avenue to her car at 5:45 a.m.
A man approached her, brandished a gun and demanded her wallet and other personal items, Sutcliffe said. the man also took the victim’s Scion sedan.
Detectives developed information the car was parked at a fast food restaurant in San Bernardino and notified the San Bernardino Police Department.
San Bernardino officers tried to pull the car over.
The driver led officers on a pursuit for several miles before colliding with another vehicle near 40th Street and Sierra Way, according to Sutcliffe.
San Bernardino Police Lt. D. Robinson said the suspects ran but were caught. The synopsis he has on the incident doesn’t mention any injuries from the crash.
A 17-year-old boy, Raymond Henderson, 23, and Daryl Green, 22, were arrested on suspicion of carjacking. All live in San Bernardino.
The teen is being held at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall in Downey.
Henderson is at the Inmate Reception Center in Los Angeles with a $100,000 bail while Green is being held at Azusa jail on a no bail parole warrant.
The two men have a Thursday arraignment at West Covina Superior Court.
– Staff report
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