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3 arrested in SoCal bike shop robbery, injury of store manager

Published March 20, 2019

CHINO Calif. (BRAIN) — Police have arrested three suspects in a bike shop robbery during which a store manager was critically injured in this Southern California community.

“After an extensive investigation including follow up on multiple leads, detectives learned that the same suspects were involved in similar burglaries throughout Los Angeles and Orange Counties,” the Chino Police Department stated in a release.

Ronald Wolfe, 20, of Frazier Park, California; Kyle Stewart, 27, of Taft, California; and Nichole Stewart, 23, of Taft, were arrested in the serving of a search warrant in Taft. Authorities also seized the 2011 GMC Sierra that allegedly was used to run over Incycle Bicycles store manager Megan Rodriguez during the incident as she tried to stop the suspects from making off with a $10,000 bike. She is recovering from a broken hip, foot, ribs and thumb, a fractured skull and a concussion. A GoFundMe campaign on Rodriguez’s behalf has raised more than $35,000.

The three suspects were booked at the West Valley Detention Center for robbery, conspiracy and attempted murder, according to the Chino Hills Police Department.

Anyone with information about the crime is asked to contact Detective Carrino at 909-334-3005 or

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