Perris police arrest two for conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted murder

Police arrested a 20-year-old Perris man and his 17-year-old female accomplice for conspiracy to commit robbery and attempted murder Friday after they attempted to rob someone they knew, Sheriff’s officials reported today.

Officers responded to the area of Vantage Drive and Monument Parkway in Perris in reference to an assault with a deadly weapon report, and they located two individuals — one male, one female — as well as the male victim of a stabbing there.

Albert A. Fierro of Perris and his juvenile accomplice allegedly conspired to rob the male victim, who they were already familiar with. They lured him to an undisclosed location and had him get in his car and drive to get there, according to Sgt. Ryan Hoxmeier.

When the victim arrived to the area of Vantage Drive and Monument Parkway, the pair attempted to rob and murder him, Hoxmeier said.

No other details regarding how police came to the scene were immediately available.

The stab wound victim was transported to a local hospital where he received medical care, according to Hoxmeier.

Both Fierro and his accomplice were arrested and booked into the Southwest Detention Center for conspiracy to commit robbery and attempted murder.

Anyone with additional information is encouraged to call Perris Station Detective Barajas at (951)-210-1044.

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