Kings County deputies arrest robbery suspect in Corcoran

By The Leader Staff
Suspect Daniel Solis
Suspect Daniel Solis

On Tuesday, October 25, at about 5 p.m., Kings County deputies responded to the area of Lacey Blvd and Carolyn Avenue regarding a robbery that had just occurred. 

Deputies arrived on the scene and learned that a suspect with a handgun robbed a victim of $500.  Deputies said that the suspect left the area in a vehicle, and they immediately described the suspect's vehicle.  

Deputies patrolling the area located the suspect vehicle.  They contacted two females, but the suspect was not there. Officers questioned the females and released them.  During the investigation, deputies and detectives reviewed surveillance footage of the incident.  They identified the suspect as Daniel Solis, 23, and issued a robbery warrant.

The Kings County Major Crimes Task Force, along with the Corcoran Police Department, finally located Solis walking along Whitley Avenue in Corcoran, and when they contacted Daniel and tried to arrest him, he ran. 

While running, the suspect threw a recovered bag, and officers found a loaded handgun inside.

Officers say Solis had previously been convicted of robbery and was on active CDC parole. Officers booked the suspect into the Kings County Jail on the robbery warrant, as well as charging him as a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. His bail was set at $110,000.


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