APEX — Apex police are looking for a Rolesville man they are calling “armed and dangerous” in connection with a Jan. 29 armed robbery at a Qdoba Mexican Grill at the Beaver Creek Commons shopping center.
Officers have warrants out for the arrest of Jason Luis Arocho, 31, for one count each of robbery with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy to commit armed robbery and three counts of second-degree kidnapping, according to Capt. Ann Stephens of the Apex Police Department.
Anyone with information about Arocho is asked to call the Apex Police Department at 919-362-8661 or their local law enforcement agency. If Arocho is spotted, 911 should be called.
Two Wake Forest men have also been charged with the same offenses. Dominic Joseph Misuraca, 3178 Loblolly Lane, and Bradley Steven Whiting, 1503 Anterra Drive, were arrested in Granville County by the Granville County Sheriff’s Office on separate offenses and then were charged on the outstanding warrants for arrest.
Misuraca, 21, was charged Feb. 5 with possession with intent to sell or deliver marijuana, maintaining a vehicle or dwelling or place for a controlled substance and possession of marijuana paraphernalia. He is being held in the Granville County jail on a $21,000 bond for the drug charges.
Whiting, 24, was also charged Feb. 5 with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. He is being held at the jail on a $11,000 bond for the drug-related charges.