Sacramento Police Arrest Armed Serial Robber

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SACRAMENTO — An armed man who robbed a Sacramento AM-PM gas station three times in the span of two weeks was arrested.

The Sacramento Police Department reported the robberies Saturday and arrested the suspect later that evening, at 6:59.

The suspect was found during a search at a Cardale Way residence, just off of Vintage Park Drive.

Officers found a firearm during their search at the home.

The first robbery at the 8880 Fruitridge Road gas station happened on April 15, with another taking place three days later on April 18 and the most recent occurring Monday.

In all three incidents the armed man entered the business between the hours of 8:30 and 11:30 p.m., approached the clerk and demanded money while threatening the employee with his gun.

In one incident the suspect fired his gun into the ceiling.

There have been no injuries reported as a result of the robberies.

The suspect was arrested and charged on suspicion of robbery and negligent discharge of a firearm as well as several weapons charges.