Four men have been arrested after an alleged armed residential robbery late Wednesday morning.
Operations Division South officers responded to a reported robbery in the 6200 block of South Campbell Avenue where four men supposedly ransacked an apartment and bound a woman inside.
According to police, officers discovered the female victim inside the home. She was not injured and told police the four men entered the home, one with a gun. Another man bound her down and the four of them took a variety of items before fleeing the scene in an unknown direction.
Some leads directed the officers to potential whereabouts of the suspects at a motel in the 800 block of E. Benson Highway. Two of the suspects were discovered in the motel parking lot; one of the men had the victim's stolen property on hand.
Further investigation led the officers to the other two suspects and additional stolen property in plain sight in a motel room.
Officers obtained a search warrant and Home Invasion Unit detectives responded to assist with the investigation.
In addition to the stolen items, police also found various firearms, narcotics and narcotics paraphernalia in the motel room.
Alec Diaz-DeLeon, 22, was discovered to be the armed man in the victim's home.
Dillon Weber, 21, was the man who bound the victim.
Andrew Valenzuela, 26, drove the two others to the victim location.
Adrian Bradford, 29, accepted some of the stolen property as a debt payment.
Diaz-DeLeon and Weber were both arrested for alleged felony offenses, including one count of armed robbery, one count of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, one count of aggravated robbery and one count of kidnapping.
Valenzuela was arrested for two alleged felony offenses, including one count of conspiracy to commit armed robbery and trafficking in stolen property.
Bradford was arrested on one count of trafficking in stolen property, police say.
All four men were booked into the Pima County Jail.
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