Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | 4:10 p.m.
Four suspects connected to 16 Las Vegas-area robberies to businesses and citizens have been arrested, according to Metro Police.
The robberies were reported from March 31 to Sunday, when a victim was shot in his arm and leg with a shot gun during a carjacking, police said. That person has since been treated and released.
Police said the suspects used a variety of weapons — handguns, shotguns, and in one incident, an assault rifle.
Rondall Talley, 18, Donnell Talley, 18, Tylon Marshall, 19, were arrested on Sunday and booked on a $50,000 bail at the Clark County Detention Center on one count each of robbery with a deadly weapon and conspiracy to commit an armed robbery, jail log shows.
Calvin Rembert, 20, was arrested on Monday on the same counts, plus an additional attempted murder charge, logs show. He is not eligible to post bail.
Further details on the robberies weren’t immediately available, but Metro Police said they worked with Henderson officers to identify and arrest the suspects.