VICTORVILLE – The suspect involved in the robbery at a Victorville Food 4 Less while armed with a machete has been identified and arrested.
Kenneth Bryant, 23, of Victorville, was arrested at the Victorville Probation office on Thursday, September 20, 2018, at around 5:00 p.m. for the March 12, 2018, robbery of the Food 4 Less located in the 14700 block of La Paz Drive in the City of Victorville. Several reports identifying the suspect were made by citizens who seen the news release and video.
Bryant was booked into the High Desert Detention Center for Robbery, an Outstanding Warrant, and Probation Violation. He is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail. According to San Bernardino County Court records, Bryant has an extensive criminal history which includes a carjacking charge in June 2018, taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent in February 2018, and carrying a dirk/dagger in July 2017 to name a few.
Authorities have still not identified the second male suspect; a Hispanic or Black male adult or the female suspect; a Hispanic female. The incident remains under investigation. It is unclear if Bryant was the suspect involved with the machete attacks of a teen girl and woman at their Victorville homes.
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