The Beverly Hills Police Department (BHPD) announced the arrest of two young men implicated in a string of armed robberies targeting luxury watches and jewelry across Los Angeles and Orange counties. The suspects, identified as 21-year-old Justice Bloodworth from Los Angeles and 23-year-old Cameron Woods-Harvey from Long Beach, were active from July through October. They are also accused of participating in a home invasion robbery in Brea.
These arrests followed an extensive investigation by BHPD detectives, who linked the duo to six robberies in Los Angeles County. Collaborative efforts with various agencies, including the Santa Monica Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department West Hollywood Division, Los Angeles Police Department Robbery-Homicide Division, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), led to search warrants being executed across Southern California and Flagstaff, Arizona.
Recovered items include six firearms, stolen luxury items, and evidence connecting the suspects to the robberies. Bloodworth faces four counts of robbery, one count of conspiracy, and a felony count of reckless evading. Currently held without bail in LASD custody, he was reportedly out on bail for other crimes at the time of these robberies.
Woods-Harvey has been charged with three counts of conspiracy and two weapons charges. Awaiting extradition to Los Angeles, he is currently detained in an Arizona jail with bail set at $235,000.