2 Home Invasion Robbery Suspects Arrested In Vallejo

VALLEJO (CBS SF) — Police were looking for a third suspect in a home invasion robbery that occurred last week in Vallejo.

Two of the suspects, Darrell Levine, 26, of San Pablo, and Dijon Campbell, 35, of Vallejo, showed up with serious injuries at a Vallejo hospital shortly after the robbery occurred in the 700 block of Pope Drive on Nov. 7, Vallejo police Lt. Jim O’Connell said.

Levine and Campbell would not tell police how they were injured, but after interviews they were both arrested for armed robbery.

The robbery victim called police shortly before Levine and Campbell arrived at the hospital, and police determined Levine and Campbell were injured when the victim defended himself from the armed assault, O’Connell said.

This afternoon police identified and issued an arrest warrant for a third armed robbery suspect, Terrence Scott, 24, who should be considered armed and dangerous, O’Connell said.

Police released a photo of Scott and a photo of an unidentified man who is believed to be associated with the suspects.

Anyone with information about the two men is asked to call Vallejo police Detective Fabio Rodriguez at (800) 488-9383.



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