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Third Suspect In Custody in Critical Beating of 87-Year-Old Man, One Remains at Large

Published on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 | 8:24 am
 
Images taken from video camera at gas station where four suspects wanted in violent attack on 87-year-old man attempted to use a credit card stolen from the victim'.
Gabriel Anthony Mixco. (Photo: Pasadena PD)

A third suspect has been arrested from the March 27 attempted murder and robbery of an elderly male and resident of Pasadena. The victim was assaulted and robbed as he was on an early morning walk near the Rose Bowl on West Drive north of Salvia Canyon Road.

Following a media broadcast by Pasadena Police Chief Phillip L. Sanchez yesterday urging the two outstanding suspects to turn themselves into law enforcement, Gabriel Anthony Mixco, 19, a Rowland Heights resident, walked into the Pasadena Police Department and surrendered to Pasadena Police detectives Tuesday evening.

Pasadena police said earlier yesterday that two other suspects wanted in connection with attack had turned themselves in Monday.

Following news coverage of the incident, one suspect walked into the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Walnut Station on Monday and surrendered. Late Monday night the another suspect turned himself into to Pasadena Police Detectives.

Arrested Monday were Juan Antonio Medina, of Rowland Heights, and Dominick Tobiah Guzman, of Hacienda Heights, both 19. Both face attempted homicide and robbery charges and are being held on bail of over $1 million.

An unidentified Hispanic female in her late teens with long brown hair remains outstanding.

The robbery occurred near the Rose Bowl on West Drive, north of Salvia Canyon Road. Other pedestrians exercising in the area found the victim lying on the ground and called 911. The victim sustained major head trauma and remains in critical but stable condition at a local hospital.

It was determined the suspects took a pouch containing currency and personal identification.

Shortly after the robbery, the four suspects were recorded on video at a Pasadena service station attempting to use the victim’s credit card.

The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information regarding the identities of the suspects is urged to contact the Pasadena Police Department at (626) 744-3953 or (626) 744-4525.

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