SEMINOLE, Fla. — Pinellas County detectives arrested three adults and two teenagers who reportedly robbed a 17-year-old at a park in Seminole.
According to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, around 2 p.m. on March 18, deputies were called to victim's residence in Seminole after they received a report of a strong arm robbery.
Detectives say through the course of their investigation, they discovered a 17-year-old female suspect, who is known to the victim, contacted him and lured him to Boca Millennium Park in Seminole to "hang out."
Once the victim arrived at the park, deputies say 19-year-old Jordan Wilson, 19-year-old Trevor Ahern, 18-year-old Dakota Mohr, and the 15-year-old male suspect came up to the victim from behind and began physically beating the victim. The group forcefully took his gold chain, medallion and $10, police say.
All five suspects fled the scene.
Deputies say that the victim sustained serious injuries including a fracture to his facial area, multiple lacerations and multiple bruises to his face and body.
Detectives say through various investigative techniques, they were able to positively identify all five suspects and recover the stolen necklace and medallion.
Detectives arrested the 17-year-old female suspect, Wilson, Ahern, Mohr and the 15-year-old male suspect, and transported the suspects to the Pinellas County Jail without incident. The two arrested juvenile suspects were taken to the Pinellas County Juvenile Assessment Center.
All five suspects were charged with one count of Strong Arm Robbery. The investigation continues.