Suspect in home invasion robbery arrested

RANCHO SANTA FE – One of two suspects in connection with a home invasion robbery in Rancho Santa Fe is now in custody, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s department. 

The Encinitas Sheriff’s Station received a tip and an arrest warrant was served in the 1800 block of Tavern Court in Alpine just after 12:00 p.m. today, February 28th. The Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Detail or SED/SWAT assisted deputies in serving the warrant. David Grub, 43, was arrested without incident and is now booked into Central Jail for robbery, false imprisonment and various weapons related offenses. A search warrant was also served in connection with this case at a home in the 11600 block of Via Vista in the community of Lakeside. The investigation is ongoing in conjunction with San Diego Police.

The robbery was reported on Dec. 20, 2012 in the 5400 block of El Mirlo. Two men entered the home and one of the suspects held the housekeeper at gunpoint during the robbery.

 

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