1 jailed, 3 sought in beating and robbery of man in Glendora

GLENDORA — Police arrested one suspect and sought three more after a man was beaten and robbed early Thursday along Colorado Avenue.
Ryan Kuklinski, 19, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and robbery in connection with the 3 a.m. incident in the 400 block of East Colorado Avenue, just east of Pasadena Avenue, Glendora police Lt. Rob Lamborghini said. His city of residence was not available.
Though no weapons were believed to have been used in the assault, the four-against-one attack was being investigated as an assault with a deadly weapon due to the potential for “great bodily injury” displayed.
“We’re still looking for three other potential suspects, as the victim claimed there were four attackers,” the lieutenant said.
The victim, a man in his early-20s, was beaten by the four men and robbed of several items, Lamborghini said. He declined to say what exactly was stolen as the search continued for the additional suspects.
“We’re still working on it, so information is limited,” Lamborghini said.
The injured man was taken to a hospital with injuries not believed to be major, Detective Zach Houser said.
Responding officers found Kuklinski several blocks away in the 600 block of Scott Place and arrested him without a struggle, Lamborghini said.
The other three suspects were described only as male and possibly Asian, Houser said.
According to Los Angeles County booking records, Kuklinski was being held in lieu of $50,000 bail pending a scheduled arraignment Monday in West Covina Superior Court.

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