Couple arrested in connection to ‘sugar daddy’ robbery at Thousand Oaks hotel


A married Miami couple was arrested last week in connection with a December robbery at a Thousand Oaks hotel involving a “sugar daddy” facility, authorities said Thursday.

Ventura County sheriff’s deputies responded to the hotel around 9:15 p.m. on Christmas Eve after a 69-year-old Long Beach man reported he was robbed, the sheriff’s office said in a statement. hurry.

The man had met a 22-year-old woman on a website dedicated to connecting women with men willing to provide financial support, and the two had agreed to meet at the Thousand Oaks Hotel.

After the pair spent time together in a hotel room, a 22-year-old man entered and attacked the older man, taking a large sum of cash and items before fleeing with the wife, authorities said.

The couple have been identified as Jonathan and Cameron Perez.

When investigators learned the couple’s vehicle was in the Bay Area town of San Ramon, the sheriff’s office issued warrants for theft and conspiracy against them, and the couple were arrested by San Ramon police in a hotel on January 27 on suspicion of a crime. second degree robbery.




Los Angeles Times

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