CBPD release – ROBBERY LEADS TO TWO MEN ARRESTED ON ASSAULT AND ROBBERY CHARGES – The Coos Bay Police Department (CBPD) arrested two men after a robbery occurred outside Walmart, 2051 Newmark Ave. in Coos Bay. A third robbery suspect is still outstanding. On Wednesday, January 10, 2024, at 5:39 p.m., the North Coos 9-1-1 Center (NC911) received 9-1-1 calls reporting that subjects with a knife in the Walmart parking lot had robbed a man. Callers reported that the victim’s vehicle was stolen during the robbery, and the victim appeared injured. CBPD officers contacted the victim, who reported that three men assaulted him with a knife and stole his vehicle. The victim told the officers that he knew all three suspects, who had arrived at Walmart in an RV. Following the robbery, the three suspects fled the scene in their RV and in the victim’s vehicle, a black Mazda MPV van. The victim was transported to Bay Area Hospital with minor injuries. At approximately 5:43 p.m., a trooper with the Oregon State Police (OSP) observed the suspect’s RV while it was being driven in Coos Bay. The trooper was able to stop the RV and its occupants. Two of the robbery suspects, 40-year-old Joshua Wells and 26-year-old Mason Albano, were the occupants of the vehicle. Both Mr. Wells and Mr. Albano were arrested and transported to the Coos County Jail on the listed charges below. The third robbery suspect, 33-year-old Deven Dunn of Coos Bay, is still outstanding and the CBPD holds probable cause for his arrest on the listed charges below. Mason Albano: Assault 3 and conspiracy to commit robbery 1. Coos County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) warrant charging failure to appear on the original charge of theft 3 and CCSO warrant charging failure to appear on a criminal citation. Joshua Wells: Assault 3, theft 2, and conspiracy to commit robbery 1. Deven Dunn: Assault 2, robbery 1, unlawful use of a weapon, and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The victim’s vehicle has not yet been recovered, and this case is still under investigation. The Oregon State Police, Coos Bay Fire Department, and Bay Cities Ambulance aided the CBPD during this incident. UPDATE 1/11/24 3:00 p.m. – The Coos Bay Police Department (CBPD) no longer holds probable cause to arrest the third robbery suspect, 33-year-old Deven Dunn of Coos Bay. This case is still under investigation and further updates will be provided when available.