VICTORVILLE – A 30-year-old man with a lengthy criminal history was arrested on Monday afternoon after a deputy made contact with him near Seventh Street and Desert Knoll Drive. Deputy Mark Reynoso from the Victorville Station approached the man and a female who were pushing a shopping cart with their personal property inside.
As the female was being detained, the male, Javier Alonzo Lopez ran from the scene. “The suspect led Reynoso on an approximate ½ mile foot pursuit,” said Victorville Sheriff’s Station spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez. “Reynoso detained the suspect in front of Rite-Aid on Seventh Street.” When asked for identification the Lopez gave Deputy Reynoso a false name.
Through investigation, Lopez’ true identity was confirmed and he was found to have a $100,000 warrant for his arrest for robbery. At this time it is unclear when the robbery occurred, but it appears to be vehicle-related. Lopez also was on formal probation for a previous conviction. He was arrested and booked into the High Desert Detention Center for robbery. The report was forwarded to the District Attorney’s office for possible charges for false identity to an officer and obstructing/resisting a peace officer.
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