Dixon police announce arrests in shooting that injured store clerk

DIXON — Police announced the arrest this week of three people suspected of shooting a convenience store worker on Feb. 8.

Dixon police responded shortly after 10:20 p.m. to a report of an armed robbery at 7-Eleven at 1075 N. First St. that left one person dead.

Jeremiah Gordon-Hill, 21, of Richmond, was contacted in an unrelated incident by the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday and was arrested on a warrant obtained by detectives from the Dixon Police Department, according to a press release from Dixon’s department.

Gordon-Hill was incarcerated in Alameda County Jail on suspicion of attempted murder, attempted robbery, burglary, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a loaded firearm and conspiracy with intent. to commit a crime, according to a press release from Dixon police.

Kahraan Nabavi, 25, and Treyvonn Cook, 24, both of Marin City, were located and arrested at an Oakland hotel on Tuesday for warrants obtained by Dixon police and were suspected of the same allegations as Gordon-Hill , according to the Liberation.

Cook had an additional allegation of a probation violation, according to Dixon police.

Police report that the store clerk, who was transported to Kaiser Permanente Vacaville Medical Center, underwent emergency surgery. The Registrar’s condition was not disclosed, other than to state that the individual was stable.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Sgt. Mick Geisser at 707-678-7070 ext. 3206.