January 28, 2017
Source: Modesto Police Department
Modesto, CA – Detectives arrested a Modesto man and women connected to a series of armed robberies at local Subway restaurants.
The robberies began on January 7, 2017 when a man walked into a Subway restaurant on Paradise Road armed with a gun. The suspect’s face was covered as he displayed the gun to an employee and demanded money before fleeing the business. Six additional robberies followed at Subway locations throughout Modesto.
While working a possible lead in Manteca yesterday, officers with the Modesto Narcotics Enforcement Team witnessed a robbery at a Subway restaurant on Lifestyle Street. As they approached the suspect in an attempt to arrest him, he fled in his vehicle. Officers pursued the suspect and took him and his accomplice into custody on N. Tully Road in Turlock.
Ashneel Nath, 24 years, was booked into the Stanislaus County Jail for 8 counts of robbery and 8 counts of criminal conspiracy. Marissa Rivera, 22 years, was booked into the Stanislaus County Jail for 7 counts of robbery and 7 counts of criminal conspiracy.
Detectives have been working with several law enforcement agencies throughout the Central Valley and Bay Area that have had similar robberies. Modesto Police Detectives are not finished working this robbery spree and will continue helping the other law enforcement agencies prove their cases involving Nath and Rivera.
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