Pleasanton police have arrested the second of four suspects believed to have use a sawed-off shotgun to rob packages from a FedEx driver at Hacienda Business Park this week.
Jason Niusulu, 23, of Hayward was arrested at about 10:07 Wednesday night.
Niusulu, like the man arrested earlier, worked on the loading belt at FedEx in San Leandro and police say he and 20-year-old Dominique Hamilton, arrested earlier, were friends.
On Thursday, detectives from Pleasanton and San Leandro arrested Hamilton as he arrived for work at 5:50 p.m. A police report said Hamilton, also known as Dominique Fennoy, was in the same car used in the holdup, a gold Buick sedan, and that a sawed-off shotgun matching the one used in the crime was in the car.
Hamilton's job at FedEx includes loading trucks for Pleasanton deliveries. He'd been a FedEx employee for about 18 months. Hamilton was arraigned Friday morning on charges of armed robbery and possession of an illegally modified shotgun, according to a police report.
The report said police are working with FedEx investigators and are following leads to track the remaining suspects.
FedEx driver Francisco Matute, 32, of San Rafael was making a delivery at 10:45 a.m. Wednesday morning at a business in the 4300 block of Hacienda Drive when he was confronted by four men wearing masks and hooded sweatshirts, according to Pleasanton police.
The initial report said one of the suspects brandished a shotgun and ordered Matute to open the door to the cargo area of the his truck. The suspects took multiple boxes from the truck and fled the scene in a gold Buick sedan.
The loss included several computers, police said.
Matute was unable to provide much of a description of the suspects but said he was certain they were black because the skin around their eyes was exposed, according to reports. He was not injured during the robbery.