Former FMHS students arrested for robbery, attempted murder

  • [City of Chino Police Department photos]

    [City of Chino Police Department photos]

By Jill Turner, TME

Three former students of Frazier Mountain High School were arrested Monday by Chino police and are being held on $1 million bail each—for robbery, conspiracy and attempted murder.

Ronald Wolfe Jr. (20) of Frazier Park, and Nichole Yvonne Stewart (23) and Kyle Wayne Stewart (27), both of Taft, were arrested on March 18 for allegedly stealing a bicycle worth $10,000 from a Chino store called Incycle. While fleeing, they ran over the store manager in a…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)

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Above (l-r): Ronald Wolfe, Kyle Stewart and Nichole Stewart are in custody in San Bernardino County for robbery and attempted murder.

Chino’s Incycle store manager Megan Rodriguez was run over when she tried to stop the bicycle theft. The bike was reclaimed by an employee.

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This is part of the March 22, 2019 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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