Sacramento Police arrest second person in connection to robberies near McClatchy High School

The Sacramento Police Department arrested a second person in connection with two robberies that occurred near McClatchy High School on December 19, 2022. The second person was arrested at Luther Burbank High School and was found with a gun in his possession.

Earlier today, Sacramento Police Department Neighborhood Crimes Unit detectives continued their follow-up and arrested the second suspect connected to these robberies. Detectives arrested that suspect, a 17-year-old male, at Luther Burbank High School. When he was taken into custody, the suspect was found to be in possession of a stolen firearm (pictured). At this time, detectives do not believe there are any outstanding suspects related to these incidents.

Original information below:

On December 19, 2022, the Sacramento Police Department responded to two separate robberies that occurred near McClatchy High School.

These incidents were assigned to Detectives from the Sacramento Police Department’s Neighborhood Crimes Unit for follow-up investigation. During the investigation, Detectives identified one of the suspects as 18-year-old, Keavie Letoria Young Jr, and obtained a felony arrest warrant for him.

On January 17, 2023, Detectives located Young in the 2900 Block of Marconi Avenue and arrested him for his outstanding warrant. While taking Young into custody, Detectives also located a stolen concealed, loaded firearm on him. Young was booked at the Sacramento County Jail for robbery and firearm related charges.

This investigation remains active, and Detectives continue to follow-up on leads to identify and locate additional suspects. Anybody with information regarding this investigation is urged to contact the police department.

Violent crime has a significant impact on our community. We continue to use diligent investigations as part of our strategy to reduce it. Investigating and reducing violent crime in our city remains one of the Sacramento Police Department’s top priorities.

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