Person of Interest in Series of Armed Robberies Arrested After Allegedly Successfully Fleeing a Traffic Stop Earlier This Month and Leaving Behind Multiple Firearms
Last Friday, Hoopa Tribal Police arrested Harvey Robert Crews, Jr. Crews was arrested in connection with allegedly fleeing a Humboldt County Sheriff’s deputy during an attempted traffic stop on Hwy 299 this February 5. The suspect allegedly fled into the brush leaving multiple firearms, several boxes of ammunition, and a bag of processed marijuana in the vehicle.
According to Samantha Karges of the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Department, “[Crews] is a person of interest a series of armed robberies on Bair Road and Bald Hills Road last November.” She added that tThere are other people of interest in the same incidents.
Friday, Crews was booked on
the following felonies:
Evading, possession of an assault weapon, carrying a loaded firearm in a public place, possession of drug paraphernalia, and manufacturing/importing/ giving away a firearm magazine
and the following misdemeanors:
carrying a concealed weapon and carrying a loaded firearm.
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- Bearded Suspect Fled on Foot After Pursuit Leaving a Vehicle With Multiple Firearms Including an Assault Rifle
- Suspect Sought After Fleeing Vehicle Containing Assault Rifle