The Beverly Hills Police Department have arrested and charged a third person in connection with an armed residential robbery on the 700 block of Camden Drive that took place in May.
Beverly Hills detectives arrested Joseph Michael Haberlack during a traffic stop after putting out a warrant for Haberlack, according to a Nov. 22 police department press release.
Los Angeles County prosecutors charged Haberlack with two counts of felony robbery and one count of conspiracy on Nov. 16, according to Los Angeles County Superior Court records. Haberlack pleaded not guilty to all charges.
Haberlack is one of three people now who have pleaded not guilty to allegedly partaking in the home invasion, according to court records.
Charles Daniel Chiodo and Anthony Chavez Avila Jr. each pleaded not guilty to two felony robbery counts during an Oct. 27 hearing. Unlike Haberlack, Chiodo and Avila are not charged with conspiracy.
Chiodo, Avila, and Haberlack each face a preliminary hearing Dec. 1 at the Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Still at large are two other people that the Beverly Hills police suspect of joining in the home invasion and have issued arrest warrants for, Naziz Kenjay Barber and Taysean Marcelle Berard. If apprehended, Barber and Berard will each face one conspiracy count and two counts of felony robbery.
The arrests and criminal charges stem from what police say was a crime that took place at 5:10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 3. Police say that after the robbery, the assailants fled via a vehicle in the alley.
One day after the robbery, the police department announced that Chiodo and Avila were arrested in connection with the crime amid a traffic stop.