Beverly Hills Police arrest suspects in robbery

Beverly Hills police announced Wednesday that officials have arrested five suspects they believe may be linked to a number of recent robberies.

The first incidents occurred around 10:50 p.m. on Monday, according to Beverly Hills police. The officers received two reports of armed raids near Elm Drive and Charleville Boulevard and near Rexford Drive and Charleville.

The suspects fled in a black SUV before officers arrived, but investigators were able to get the description of the vehicle and license plate, as well as a description of the two suspects, police said.

The victims of the first two robberies were not injured, according to police.

Detectives found the SUV near West 54th and Figueroa streets in Los Angeles, police said. At 1:35 a.m. on Tuesday, detectives and Los Angeles police stopped the vehicle and arrested a man and a woman. They reported that they also found a replica of a firearm.

Chynelle Tyla-Lee Rhyne, 22, of Los Angeles, has been charged with brandishing a counterfeit firearm, police said. The judge Rasheedmalike Gill (25) from Los Angeles was charged with robbery.

Later on Tuesday at 4:19 p.m., officials responded to a report of an armed street robbery on Beverly Boulevard west of Doheny Drive, police said.

The suspects fled on foot before the officers arrived, the police said. They set up a security area and eventually found three suspects.

Police said two of the suspects were carrying handguns. The victims were not harmed.

One of the suspects is 16 years old and is not named because he is a minor.

Lakeylia Lambert, 37, from Seaside, has been charged with robbery and conspiracy charges, police said. Isaiah Hudson, 19, of Marina, faces charges of robbery, conspiracy and carrying a hidden weapon.

Investigators do not believe the robberies are linked to any other criminal activity in the city, police said. The investigation into the incidents on Monday is ongoing.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Beverly Hills Police Department at 310-285-2125.

Anonymous reports can be sent to BEVHILLSPD via SMS, followed by the tip information to 888777.

Tipsters can also call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-8477. To access Crime Stoppers, download the P3 Tips mobile app or go to

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