- Wednesday January 18th, 2012 :: 12:05 p.m. PST
Deputies Respond To Early Morning Home Invasion Robbery In Loch Lomond
Public Information Release
January 18, 2012
Sergeant Steve Brooks, Public Information Officer
Lake County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Deputies respond to an early morning home invasion robbery and vehicle theft in Loch Lomond.
On January 17, 2012 at approximately 8:38 am, deputies responded to a residence on Loch Lomond Road in Loch Lomond, for a reported home invasion robbery. The victim woke up at approximately 5:00 am, due to hearing a noise coming from inside the residence. He got out of bed to investigate the noise and located three male subjects standing in a hallway. All three were wearing dark clothing and ski masks. The victim reported that one of the suspects was in possession of a firearm. When the suspects noticed the victim they immediately attacked and overpowered him.
The suspects said they were looking for marijuana and cash and started ransacking the residence. Taken from the residence were electronics, cash and the victim’s vehicle, which was a 2007 blue Toyota Sienna. The vehicle was recovered by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office in the Kelseyville area, just prior to this press release.
The victim received medical attention at the scene by Cal Fire personnel. He was later transported by private party to the St. Helena Clearlake Hospital for additional medical treatment.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone who may have information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Detective John Drewrey at (707) 262-4223.
Lake County CA Sheriff's Department
1220 Martin St
Lakeport, CA 95453