Sheriff's Son Gets Robbed

Sheriff Donny Youngblood's son Aaron Youngblood was robbed Tuesday evening, according to the Kern County Sheriff's Department.

On Tuesday around 6:30 p.m., Kern County sheriff deputies were dispatched to 4208 Rosedale Highway, to investigate a robbery that had occurred in the parking lot.

Sheriff's said that the victims of the robbery, Aaron Youngblood, 25, and Michael Kollenborn, 21, told deputies they were robbed at gunpoint by two suspects while sitting inside Youngblood’s vehicle.

Youngblood and Kollenborn said they were not injured, and reported their wallets containing cash and various items were taken during the robbery.

The suspects fled the area in a white Chrysler Sebring, deputies said.

During the investigation, deputies, with the assistance of the sheriff’s helicopter, California Highway Patrol and the Bakersfield Police Department, said they located the suspect's vehicle parked on the 2900 block of Berkshire Road.

According to deputies, when they arrived, the first suspect, Byron Hogg Jr., 19, was standing in the driveway next to the vehicle.

The second suspect, Dresden Hogg, 21, was located inside the suspect vehicle, deputies said.

Deputies said they recovered property belonging to both Youngblood and Kollenborn inside the vehicle.

Deputies said they also located a black revolver from the center console of the vehicle which matched the description of the weapon used in the robbery.

Both Dresden and Byron were arrested and booked into the Kern County Jail on charges of robbery, dissuading a witness, criminal threats, conspiracy and participating in a criminal street gang.

In 2004, Youngblood served 2 days for DUI.

In Jan of 2007, Youngblood served 2 days for disorderly conduct while intoxicated.

In early 2007, Youngblood was charged with possessing marijuana with the intent to sell, but was acquitted.

Youngblood was arrested in October on five charges, including two felony weapons charges, two misdemeanor gun charges and a felony charge of possessing a controlled substance.

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