Two armed robbery suspects apprehended by Clovis Police, one still outstanding

Two of three suspects were arrested Friday after an armed robbery in Clovis Thursday. (Photo/ Clovis PD)

Police have arrested two of three suspects in an armed robbery that took place yesterday in Clovis.

The suspects have been identified as Jason Paredes, 21, transient, and Kaitlin Henderson, 19, of Fresno. They have been booked into the Fresno County Jail charged with robbery and assault with a firearm.

Around noon Thursday, Clovis police received calls regarding a shooting in the southbound lanes of Minnewawa, just north of Alluvial Avenue.

Officers determined that the victim had placed speakers for sale on the social media platform Snapchat. During a meeting where the transaction was to take place, the suspects displayed a handgun, stole the speakers and fled. As they left the area, they fired shots at the victim, but no injuries were reported.

The vehicle used in the robbery was located in Fresno.

Clovis detectives are working on finding a third suspect, described as a white male with blonde hair, six feet tall and 170 pounds with his hair in a bun.

The Clovis police ask anyone that has information about the third suspect to contact them at (559) 324-2800.

Michael Ford
Michael graduated from Fresno State in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in print journalism. During his time at the university, he served as sports and managing editor for The Collegian, Fresno State’s student-run newspaper. In addition to the Clovis Roundup, Michael has written for The Fresno Bee, the Kingsburg Recorder and Selma Enterprise. He has a passion for sports and can be found on the sidelines at local games, bringing the citizens of Clovis the athletics news they deserve.