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Woman's head run over after she was robbed in Central Fresno

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Thursday, March 29, 2018 09:45AM
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --
A robbery ended with the victim's head being run over by the people who are suspected of attacking her.

Fresno Police say that a woman was robbed around 7:30 Wednesday near N First St and E McKinley Ave in Central Fresno.

Police say, the woman was selling government phones in the parking lot near Best Boy Donuts. She was getting ready to pack up and leave for the day when 3 women approached her and stole the plastic tub with her phones inside of it.

Fresno police have identified the suspects as Monique Travis, Latara Peoples, and Dawnyel Irons.


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Fresno Police say that a woman was robbed around 7:30 Wednesday near N First St and E McKinley Ave in Central Fresno.
By Cory James and Ricky Courtney
Thursday, March 29, 2018 09:45AM
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --
A robbery ended with the victim's head being run over by the people who are suspected of attacking her.

Fresno Police say that a woman was robbed around 7:30 Wednesday near N First St and E McKinley Ave in Central Fresno.

Police say, the woman was selling government phones in the parking lot near Best Boy Donuts. She was getting ready to pack up and leave for the day when 3 women approached her and stole the plastic tub with her phones inside of it.

Fresno police have identified the suspects as Monique Travis, Latara Peoples, and Dawnyel Irons.



The victim chased after the suspects who jumped into a car and sped away, hitting the women and running over her head as they took off.

Police found and arrested the suspects about five minutes later at McKinley and Cedar with the stolen phones still in their car.

The victim is now at Community Regional Medical Center in Downtown Fresno. She is in critical condition, but is expected to recover. Doctors are checking to see she has any bleeding to her brain.