Driver robbed, punched in face in Paso Robles

September 2, 2015
Rafael Aguilar Anguiano

Rafael Aguilar Anguiano

A 21-year-old Paso Robles man allegedly robbed a driver at gunpoint Monday evening and then punched him in the face.

The incident occurred around 7 p.m. at the intersection of Creston Road and Santa Ynez Road, according to the Paso Robles Police Department. Rafael Aguilar Anguiano, 21, allegedly used a replica pistol BB gun to rob the victim of $50 cash.

Prior to the robbery, the victim was driving his car and noticed he was being followed by a white Chevrolet Camaro, according to a police department press release. The victim stopped at the intersection, and the Camaro stopped next to him.

The victim told police that a passenger in the Camaro pointed a black pistol at him and got out of the car. The suspect demanded money from the victim, who was still sitting in his vehicle.

The victim gave all of his money to the suspect. The suspect then punched the victim in the mouth and fled in the Camaro.

Moments later, a Paso Robles officer located the Camaro as it was leaving a parking lot near Sherwood Road and Creston Road. The officer stopped the vehicle along the 100 block of Santa Ynez Drive.

During a search of the vehicle, officers found a black BB gun pistol, a shotgun, ammunition, a small amount of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.

The victim identified Anguiano as the man who robbed him at gunpoint. The victim also identified three other suspects as being in the car during the robbery.

Jose Rodrigo Campos

Jose Rodrigo Campos

Police arrested all four suspects on charges of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. One of the suspects, 22-year-old Jose Rodrigo Campos, of Paso Robles, also received charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

The two other suspects accused of the robbery are 19-year-old Austin Isaiah Beausoleil, of Atascadero, and 35-year-old Felipe Gutierrez, of rural Paso Robles. Officers booked all of the suspects in San Luis Obispo County Jail.

Paso Robles police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Austin Isaiah Beausoleil

Austin Isaiah Beausoleil

Felipe Gutierrez

Felipe Gutierrez


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justbeware

Besides all the very obvious issues, one has to wonder why a 35 year old is hanging out with 19, 21, and 22 year olds.


slojustice

Is that a penis tattoo on Austins forehead?


Jorge Estrada

Burn reverse, a slight turn of the wheel and then dial 911 too.


CentralcoastRN

I don’t know; the face tattoos send out that friendly message that he just wants to work hard and needs a hug, don’t you think?


TaxMeAgain

Well, that is as good a reason as any to get a concealed carry permit. Time to do that homework and start packing.


ToHellinaHandBasket

Great idea Tax. Unfortunately, not such an easy task in this county.


smiley

We have the right to protect ourselves even if the citation writers deny us a permit. I carried a 357 in L A and if I feel the need I will do it here.


NorCoMod

Wow, I’m floored…..3 Hispanic males and one wannabe.


Kaiser Bill

They are bringing drugs. They are bringing crime. They’re rapists


pasoparent5

That area near Sherwood Park is ghetto central. Worse than Oak Park or North Spring. Stabbings, sexual assault, drive-by…and NorCoMod’s right. All perps were Hispanics.


achillesheal

Sherwood park? Isn’t that where Robin Hood lives? Maybe they were doing a dodo deed?…oh never mind, that’s Sherwood Forest.