Suspect With Knife Robs Victim at Jack in the Box, Arrested

Courtesy of Turlock Police Department

A 49-year-old male suspect was arrested on April 6 for a robbery the previous morning at a Turlock Jack in the Box.

The robbery occurred shortly before 9 a.m. on the morning of April 5 at the Jack in the Box at 100 N. Golden State Blvd.

According to Turlock police spokesperson Sgt. Stephen Webb, the victim and suspect made small talk while in the restaurant, but the suspect later pulled a knife on the victim and demanded his items.

The victim, fearing for his safety, gave up his items, including his wallet and iPhone, said Webb.

Based on descriptions of the suspect, and the subjects with the suspect, Turlock police were able to identify John Long, 49, as the suspect, said Webb.

The following morning, Monday at approximately 10:13 a.m., Long was located by officers in the 300 block of A Street in Turlock.

Long was arrested for robbery.

Comments 3

  1. Thanks tgm says:

    So many degenerate, violent, homeless in turlock, why? The churches bring them here because it means funding and donations. These bums get treated better by the police then regular working people do.

  2. Send in the overpaid Turlock PD says:

    I’m sure Holeman is complaining about this as well. I agree with the post about the “me, too” clause. The problem is the police union members complain about everything. If it’s so bad to work in Turlock, than go to Stockton where one’s life is in serious peril on every shift. Stop complaining and start donig your job.

  3. Guest says:

    I want to say thank you to the arresting officer for your hard work and investigation to apprehend this suspect. Your hard work and dedication to this investigation will not go unnoticed. This was a job well done and appreciated by the victim and their family.

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