In a coordinated crackdown by the Fairfield, CA Police Department, five individuals have been arrested and charged in connection to a brutal assault and robbery that occurred last July. The 18-year-old female victim was left in a local park after the attack until a Good Samaritan came to her aid. Following an exhaustive six-month probe by the Special Operations Team (SOT) aided by Patrol Officers, authorities were able to zero in on the suspects—bringing them into custody this past January.
The Fairfield Police Department executed three concurrent raids on January 18, in what has been described as gang-related enforcement action. This operation was to effectively dismantle a knot of alleged attackers who had terrorized a young woman in the heart of their community. Details released in a Facebook post by the department revealed that alongside the arrests, two illicit firearms were also seized from the suspects.
The names of the arrestees were publicized as part of the investigation's outcome, with a 17-year-old minor from Suisun City being one of those detained. Three Fairfield residents, 20-year-old Jacob Camacho, 19-year-old Yuliza Mathis, and 19-year-old Michael Anthony Phansanchez, alongside 20-year-old Aliza Flores of Suisun, are now facing serious charges including conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and robbery. The juvenile's identity remains protected due to legal age constraints.