4 Suspects Arrested In 24-Hour Crime Spree In Pontiac
PONTIAC (WWJ) – Four people have been arrested in connection to a 24-hour crime spree that included four armed robberies and two attempted murders.
The robberies occurred between Wednesday and Thursday, Oct 30-31, four people have been arrested and police believe there could be a fifth person involved.
Roberto Colon,16, Steven Bard,17, Gleneisha Warnar 18 all residents of Pontiac and Bianca London age 26 of Auburn Hills were all arrested by Sheriff’s deputies as they sat in a car early Friday morning (11-1-13) on Hughes St in Pontiac.
Deputies recovered both handguns a .380 semi-automatic and a .22 semi-automatic from the vehicle and marijuana, crack cocaine and some of the victim’s property.
Colon who is charged as an adult, is charged with 13 counts including assault with intent to murder, armed robbery, and felony firearms charges.
Warnar is charged with 14 counts ranging from assault with intent to murder, multiple counts of armed robbery and felony firearms charges.
Bard is charged with 6 counts including armed robbery, felony firearms and carrying a concealed weapon and is awaiting trial in Circuit Court on a previous charge.
London is charged with 2 counts armed robbery and felony firearms.
Their next court date is to be determined.