18-year-old arrested after aggravated robbery in Davis County; 3 suspects still at large

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A teenager is behind bars after at four aggravated robbery suspects lead police on a chase through northern Utah on Tuesday night. (Photo courtesy of Davis County Jail)

A teenager is behind bars after four aggravated robbery suspects lead police to multiple crime scenes in Davis County on Tuesday night.

Ricardo Jesus Quintero, 18, was booked into the Davis County Jail and his bail was set at $100,000, according to a press release published by the Centerville Police Department.

Police are still searching for the other three suspects: Abraham Valdez Alonso and two unidentified men who are described as Hispanic or Latino men in their late teens or early 20s.

On Tuesday, one suspect brandished a firearm, and one suspect assaulted and robbed an individual in the area of 650 S. 800 E.

The victim was taken to the hospital with injuries sustained during the assault. The extent of the injuries has not been released.

At least one of the suspects is known to the victim, Lt. Zan Robinson with the Centerville Police Department confirmed.

One hour after the assault, police responded to a home near 760 W. Shepard Lane in Farmington after receiving a tip that the suspects were there. They attempted to flee—three in one vehicle and one in another.

The single suspect was pulled over a short distance from the residence.

The second vehicle continued to flee southbound on Interstate 15. It crashed near Glovers Lane after a police pursuit and the suspects fled on foot, Robison said.

Police are unsure if the remaining three suspects are armed.

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