Sonoma County sheriff’s officials Tuesday identified seven suspects apprehended so far in Monday’s pre-dawn armed home invasion robberies targeting marijuana, including three men arrested at San Francisco International Airport during the night.

Nakia Robert Lydell Jones, 22, Romello Shamar Jones, 20, and Siddiq Jafar Abdullah, 21, all from Richmond, Va. were stopped by law enforcement about 7 p.m. Monday as they tried to board plane headed back to the East Coast, Sgt. Spencer Crum said. Details of the arrests weren’t available early Tuesday.

That leaves two people — a man and a woman — still on the run of the nine East Coast residents suspected of storming into three homes on a rural Petaluma lane about 3 a.m. Monday. The robbers kicked in doors and demanded marijuana. At one home a resident was pistol whipped.

The suspects demanded marijuana, but found none at any of the homes, Crum said. The group fled the area in two vehicles, speeding south into Marin County.

Petaluma police chased the cars and both were abandoned, with several suspects scattering into the northwest Novato neighborhoods and hills. On Monday, multiple law enforcement agencies conducted a manhunt for the remaining suspects and four people were arrested.

Chrisshawn Denardray Beal, 20, of Winston-Salem, N.C., Melvin Corbin, 19, of Richmond, Va. and Jaray Day-Shawn Simmons, 28, of Winston-Salem, N.C. were arrested at the Novato Costco parking lot, Crum said.

Another man, Ledarrell Javon Crockett, 28, of Winston-Salem, N.C. was arrested after he knocked on the door of a Novato home and asked the resident to call an Uber, according to Crum. She called police instead.

The seven suspects were booked into the Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of robbery of an inhabited dwelling, burglary, false imprisonment, kidnapping and conspiracy. All were being held in lieu of $1 million bail except for Beal, who was held without bail due to a warrant out of North Carolina.

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