Two men and a woman who San Joaquin County Sheriff’s detectives suspect robbed the Wells Fargo Bank in Lockeford were in court on other felony charges in San José on Monday.
Javona Shanique Washington, Antonio DeJesus Moya and and Saul David Garcia, all listed with “Lodi/Sacramento” addresses, are suspected of robbing the Wells Fargo Bank at Highway 88 and the Jack Tone Bypass in Lockeford on Oct. 31. They are in Santa Clara County Jail on other charges after being arrested in San José on Nov. 5.
The San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office is waiting on the San José case before pursing charges on the Lockeford bank robbery.
Appearing in Santa Clara County Superior Court on Monday, Washington, Moya and Garcia waived their right to a speedy trial, according to prosecuting attorney Paul Jhin. They did not enter a plea and will return to court in San José on Dec. 13.
They are being held in Santa Clara County on charges of carjacking, kidnapping and use of a firearm in connection with a robbery, jail records say. Moya and Garcia are being held on $1 million bail, while Washington’s bail is set at $250,000, according to jail records.