Two Dreadlocked Men in a Winnebago Allegedly Rob Truck Driver at Gunpoint in SoHum
Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office press release:
On 05-15-2014 at about 0800 a Deputy spoke to a victim on the telephone, who wanted to report that he was robbed at gunpoint on 05-14-2014 at about 7:00 p.m. The victim was calling from Windsor, California to report that he works for a trucking company based out of Windsor. The victim said last night he made a delivery of soil to a customer, who met him at the Salmon Creek exit at Highway 101 in Miranda. The victim said after the customer picked up the soil bags he was paid cash and the customer left.
The victim said after the customer drove away, an approximately 25 foot, cream colored, Winnebago drove up and stopped at his location at the Salmon Creek exit. Two male suspects got out of the Winnebago and one of the suspects asked the victim if he had any money. One of the suspects then pointed a pistol towards the victim and demanded money. The victim then handed over an undisclosed amount of cash to one of the suspects. The victim said that one of the suspects grabbed his cellular telephone and threw it on the ground breaking the phone. The suspect then told the victim, now you can’t call the cops. The victim said that the suspects then got back into the Winnebago and drove away. The victim said he drove back to Windsor then called our office to make a report.
The two suspects are described as the following:
- 30 years old, white male, approximately, 6 feet tall, 175 pounds with dreadlocks.
- 30 years old, white male, 220 pounds with dreadlocks.
The Sheriff’s Office is requesting if anyone has information on this incident to please call the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office at 707-445-7251.