Three suspects have been arrested in connection with an armed robbery that took place at a Maricopa ATM Sunday.
The suspects – one male and two females – allegedly used a firearm to rob a woman withdrawing money at the Bank of America drive-through ATM located on John Wayne Parkway.
According to Maricopa Police Department records, Kyron Davis, 20, Amber Cruz, 21, and Tesla Acosta, 21, allegedly approached the woman sitting in her car at the ATM at around 12:30 a.m. Davis then allegedly pointed a gun at the victim, robbing her of $260 and a cellular phone valued at $800, according to the report from the Maricopa Police Department.
The three suspects were arrested by Chandler Police roughly two hours later after officers were able to track the phone as it “pinged” off cellular towers in the area.
According to the report, “the suspects were stopped by the Chandler Police Department for matching the description of suspects wanted for armed robbery in the City of Maricopa.”
Davis, Acosta and Cruz were all booked into the Pinal County jail on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, misconduct involving weapons and reckless endangerment.
Additionally, Davis was charged as a prohibited possessor of a firearm.
Depending on how the charges compound, Acosta and Cruz could face as many as 32 years in prison. Davis, as a prohibited possessor, could face as many as 34 years in prison.