Jesus Ledesma was arrested in connection with the incidents on Friday, December 29th. According to police, Ledesma was traveling in a silver SUV on December 22. Inside Ledesma’s SUV was a blue flashing light. Ledesma allegedly used the blue light to pull a vehicle at 604 Lithia Pinecrest Road.
As the vehicle pulled over, two men, including Ledesma approached the vehicle on both sides. The men requested the driver’s license and registration to which the driver complied. One of the men then brandished a revolver and pointed it at the driver while the other took the driver’s wallet and credit cards.
Later in the week, on Thursday, December 27th, a second vehicle was stopped by Ledesma and his accomplice using the same blue light. A total of $515 was stolen from the driver’s wallet on this occasion.
Ledesma has been charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, unlawful use of a blue light, robbery with a firearm, possession of a controlled substance and driving with a revoked or suspended license. Police continue to search for the second suspect.
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