At about 4:23 am Thursday morning, the Turlock Police Department was dispatched to a reported assault and battery in progress at QuikStop, 1260 Geer Road, Turlock. The reporting party was the clerk of the business who was reporting that several juveniles were in some sort of fight in the parking lot, jumping on top of vehicles.
Just prior to officers arriving on scene, most of the involved parties got into a black Kia sedan and fled the area southbound on Geer Road and then westbound on either Twentieth Century Boulevard or West Hawkeye Avenue. Assisting officers checked the area for the vehicle, but were unable to locate it.
Officers arrived on scene and made contact with two involved adult subjects, a male and a female, that remained at the scene. After speaking to them, officers learned that they were the victims and that this was not an assault and battery, but rather a robbery. Approximately six female juveniles had stolen unknown property from the victims’ possession with the use of force, before fleeing the area in the black Kia sedan.
Unfortunately for the female victim, Angelica Saucedo, 28, of Turlock, she turned out to have a felony warrant and two misdemeanor warrants out for her arrest for an array of charges including auto theft, so she was arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Public Safety Center on her warrants.
The investigation remains on-going.