Three arrests made after police say man pointed gun at Walmart employee


A man accused of pointing a gun at a Walmart employee has been arrested, as were two others suspected of involvement in the incident, police said. 

At about 2 p.m. on Sept. 30, an aggravated assault with a firearm was reported at Walmart, 41650 W. MaricopaCasa Grande Highway, which involved three subjects who left in a red sedan, police said. 

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Maricopa Police Department Criminal Investigation Unit detectives say they have identified all three of those involved as well as the vehicle. 

On Oct.6, the Department of Public Safety and the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office assisted Maricopa Police with serving two search warrants on residences in the Tortosa community. Two adults and one juvenile were taken into custody without incident.  

The three were booked into Pinal County Jail on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges. The investigation is ongoing and names of those arrested have not yet been released.